Discussion in 'The Living Room' started by Hybrid Soldier, Jun 29, 2003.
Paul - 7/10
Three tits. Awesome.
End of Watch: 8/10 Amazing.
What I loved more than anything in this movie was the chemistry between the characters.
Perks of Being A Wallflower - 5/5
So much better than I expected. Now I want to read the book.
^yes! i recently saw it as well and i share your opinion. I was impressed by two things: 1. how real it was. It wasnt a typical "stereotype world" teen drama. It felt like a biography. And 2, how detailed and in depth they went into the emotions and minds of the characters. the scene where Logan Lerman's character is in the hospital and he's talking to the nurse about what happened to him, it felt like he had actually experienced that kind of pain in his real life.
I never ever ever ever ever ever ever ever get tired of watching this movie. its like Ocean's 11 meets Taken. Its fun, dramatic, engaging, and the story is told brilliantly. Its always going to be in my top 10. Plus i love the soundtrack. Cant go wrong with old school jazz.
Indie Game: The Movie [Re-watch] 5/5
Actually it was, even more so than many other young adult movies. The way it exaggerated stereotypes is its biggest flaw.
Silver Linings Playbook [4/5] - I wasn't really excited to watch this film but throughout the whole movie I found myself enjoying it. Both Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence were terrific, and even Chris Tucker wasn't half bad. The ending was great. Really enjoyed this movie.
Smashed (2012) - nice little movie. 8/10
Battleship [2/5] - I have no idea why the hell a movie based on the board game Battleship exits, but it does. I've got to give credit to the effects team who did an excellent job on this one. Two stars for great effects, a guy punching an alien in the face and Sam, she was pretty cute.
Argo (2012) - 5/5 - Absolute edge of the seat thrill ride. Ben Affleck keeps outdoing himself with every film he does.
The Master (2012) - 3.5/5 - Joaquin Phoenix not winning best actor award at the Oscars is beyond me! What a performance. Brilliantly shot and acted.
Bernie (2012) - 2.5/5 - Jack Black was good and so was the story but I didn't quite like the setting and the execution. One of those films you can't love neither hate.
Killing Them Softly - 7/10.
The Bay - 3 out of 5
It's got the same maybe-this-isn't-fiction fear factor as Contagion, although it closes somewhat suddenly and anticlimactically. Overall though, it's a really well-done realistic type of horror.
Life of Pi (2012) - 5/5 - Absolutely mesmerizing!
Finally, someone else who has watched it. Absolutely.
Argo - 10/10
Great film, loved the suspense, drama, and humor throughout the entire movie. Well deserving of its Oscar for Best Picture.
Life Of Pi: 9.5/10 I'm still thinking about the ending, and reading comments everywhere about it, because I'm sure it has a deeper meaning than the one you draw once you've seen it for the first time. It might be a 10/10, but I'm not sure yet. All I know is that it's one of the best movies I've ever seen
SNOW WHITE & THE HUNTSMAN: 9/10
THE IMPOSSIBLE: 8/10
HOTEL TRANSYLVANIA: 8/10
Side Effects - 3/5
I was a bit disappointed with this. Without giving too much away, this isn't the movie it's advertised as being. Which is a shame because I think what it ended up being is a lot less interesting. The acting was great, but the story wasn't so great.
Life in a Day (Documentary) (2011) - 5/5 - Made me appreciate life on a whole another level. Awe-inspiring!
A few good men- 10/10 YOU WANT THE TRUTH? YOU CANT HANDLE THE TRUTH!!
Last of the mohicans- 10/10 classic
The thing (1982)- 10/10 watch all by yourself at night
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