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This was a fine movie, especially for a romantic comedy, which is a genre I really don't like. Right now, I am in the middle of [i]Scenes from a Marriage[/i]. I'm going to get back to that. I'm hoping a good movie comes out soon in theaters. Also, is there anyway to burn veoh tv files to a dvd, Jack Skellington? I've been trying to burn some of them to dvds.
This film was not made in 2004, it was in 1998, so the listing on RT is wrong. Anyway, this is a nice little film after you get through the first 30 minutes or so, which were kind of boring, IMO. But once they get to the village, the story starts to come to life, and stops resembling [i]Planes, Trains, and Automobiles[/i] like the first 30 minutes of this film did. This is different from other Miike films I have seen, but apparently he can tell a good story too, not just a horror/ over-the-top action film. My biggest reason for liking him as a director, is that his films have never bored me. I've liked some more than others, but overall, he does well on that front.
Until next time....
I was never bored during this movie. It wasn't the best movie ever made but it was very well made, although I did hate the main woman in the story. It is about a South Korean coast guard who accidentally kills an innocent person who he thinks is a spy. It eats away at him until he goes insane, but he is still persistent to remain in the coast guard.
I told you this guy was crazy, but even with the good rating, it is the worst movie I have seen this guy in. I have only seen 3 of his movies.
[i]Twilight[/i] is awful, and not the least bit amusing save the baseball scene. There isn't much to talk about with this film. It is utterly terrible. I can't even understand why teenage girls like this film (but apparently they do). Yes, I understand it is a member of the romance genre, but really, this is so awful that I can't understand how one person likes this film, let alone an entire group of people.
[i]Punisher: War Zone[/i] accomplishes what it sets out to do, and that is to make me laugh with violent images. If you are into that sort of stuff, this is right up your alley. The villian in this film is absolutely ridiculous and not in a good way. I think that Ray Stevenson is good as the Punisher and would like to see him play future installments (as well as a part in the [i]Rome[/i] movie).
[i]Bio Zombie[/i] was described as [i]Mallrats[/i] meets [i]Dawn of the Dead[/i]. I can understand and in some way, agree with the comparison. It is amusing, funny, and kind of cheesy as far as the horror goes. I've been in the zombie mood lately, so this follows that trend.
Until next time.....
[i]Clerks[/i] was viewed by me on a horrible transfer, almost VHS quality. It was just funny enough to earn a passing rating, but some of it was ok, and to be honest, some of the jokes were things I've seen before, such as reading some porn titles in front of children, etc.
[i]An Evening with Kevin Smith[/i] has caused me to understand something about Kevin Smith. The more personal his movies, the more genuine his movies, the more likely that I am going to like them. This was almost four hours long, but I found it extremely entertaining. See it for the crazy story he has about Prince.
Until next time......