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[font=Century Gothic]What the hell did I just watch? I will admit though, it made me laugh quite a bit and I had no problem whatsoever watching the beautiful pair of breasts that make up a stunning Samantha McLeod running around throughout the length of this movie. Not a good movie, but it has its moments that make it at least not a total waste.
[/font][font=Tahoma]Edit: Originally posted[/font] [font=Tahoma][b]Monday, November 12, 2007[/b] under Lucky7s22G[/font]
Decoys: The Second Seduction (which was titled Decoys 2: Alien Seduction in the version I saw) was a somewhat entertaining sci-fi channel romp through college immaturity and sexual conquest. The acting was terrible, and the premiss bad, but that's what makes these cheesy sci-fi channels fun to watch sometimes. It's an okay movie (not better than the original though). I just wish I saw the non-censored version with the nude sex scenes :P
[font=Tahoma]Edit: Originally posted[/font] [font=Tahoma][b]Tuesday, October 23, 2007[/b] under Lucky7s22G[/font]
Huh? What the hell did I just see? The few (and I mean very few) funny scenes raise this film from a 0 to a 1, but this was one terrible movie.
WTF? The gore was good (in other words, the last five minutes of the movie). The first 95% of the film sucked.
A nice film with Doris Day and Clark Gable. A worthy watch. Heartfelt story and great acting.
The Great Dictator had some very funny moments, but it also had some rather dull ones as well. The film is at times annoyingly loud (mostly from the long speeches by Charlie Chaplin when assuming the Hitler-spoofed character Adenoid Hynkel); almost ear piercing even. But it has it's moments and does actually make you laugh, out loud at times. I somewhat recommend viewing this film.
The Bullfighter and the Lady is a wonderful movie about Bullfighting in Mexico. Great performances all around. Gilbert Roland, who played Manolo Estrada, has an uncanny resemblance to Robert De Niro.
Sleuth was a fun film with great performances by the only two actors ever on screen (Michael Caine and an especially wonderful performance from Laurence Olivier). The suspense is great, the twists fun, and the plot innovative. Check this one out.
It's no Raging Bull, Million Dollar Baby, or any of the Rocky films, but Body and Soul is a wonderful boxing flick. I highly recommend this one.
Aside from the FANTASTIC musical score, I don't get the hype about this dull movie. Hippie movement revolution flick. Quite a boring one at that. Don't fall for the hype, ignore this waste (but buy the soundtrack, the music was awesome).
7 Faces of Dr. Lao was an awkward film. It has it's fun moments, but is otherwise quite dull. Good performances all around.
50 First Dates is a sweet, cute, yet often sad film. Adam Sandler in one of his "nicer guy" roles (not usually my style, I like when he's cruel, but it worked here). Also surprisingly good is Drew Barrymore, whom I often can't stand. But she pulls it off here. Funny movie at times (never hysterical), great performances all around. A surprising feel-good flick from the people of Happy Madison productions. Cute date movie.
Note: Some sexy stuff mostly found in the DVD bonus features (longer scene of a wet T-shirted Drew Barrymore, hot bod local Hawaiian girls discussing the states' dialect, cute girls in 311 video, hot Charlie's Angel: Full Throttle preview).
Rambo was gore-tastic. What an awesome movie. Quite possibly the goriest, bloodiest movie EVER. Rambo was bad@ss. Not for the squimish, but highly recommended to everybody else. You think you know enough from the 80's? You don't know squat until you know Rambo (2008).
The film does have some very sad moments as well (the brutality of innocent people).
Not a good sign when it takes 6 or 7 viewings just to get through this bore. Angelina Jolie, a topless Rosario Dawson, and pretty good fight scenes (when present, which wasn't often): None of which could save this mess. It was more History Channel/National Geographic-ish than entertainment. The Hopkins running narrative was horrible. The homosexual inuendos made things all the worse (not meaning to offend anybody here; it just felt unnatural and overly in-your-face). Skip this crap.
A very sexy, but often unfunny James Bond spoof. Unless interested in looking at a bunch of good looking women, ignore this movie.
Great, great movie. Wonderful acting from Bruce Willis, Mos Def (who'd have thought), and David Morse. I definately recommend this movie. Both the theatrical ending and the alternate were very good, so if you have the DVD, check out the alternate too. A great idea behind this film.
A very good movie for the kids. Great morals in every direction, perfect for 1st and 2nd grade classroom viewings. Very neat animations and a fun story. Nicely done.
Airheads is a pretty fun flick worth watching. Funny performances all around. Amy Locane was a hottie in this one.
Sometimes funny, often sad, About Schmidt was a fantastic movie about the effects of aging on one's soul. Everybody should see this film.
[list][*]The daughter was such a bi tch in this movie. Anybody else feel this way?[*]Kathy Bates naked. That was freakin hot (lol).[/list]
With the right editing, this film could have been an easy 9/10 and maybe even a 10/10. Instead, the otherwise good movie drags on and on for way too long. 45 minutes could have been cut during editing. For this reason, my rating drops to a respectable 7/10.
On some side notes:
Daniel Day-Lewis was remarkable and deserves to win the Oscar for Best Actor.
Paul Dano was creepy and I'm expecting his next film role to be playing a murderous shy guy.