Last movie you saw?

Discussion in 'Entertainment' started by bfun, Jan 24, 2011.

  1. I hated Quantum of Solace. I loved Casino Royale so was expecting QOS to be awesome too. I spent most of the film not knowing what the hell was going on. Absolute rubbish. And I agree about Misery. It's definitely a must see film, and the hobbling is indeed painful to watch :)
  2. Little Fockers

    It was horrendous. Ben Stiller has hit a new low.
  3. Shutter Island, 5/10.

    I am fed up with Shyamalan-style plot twists which are surprizing when you watch "Sixth Sense" for the first time but now almost everything is obvious from the beginning. After 5 minutes, I've told my wife what the plot will be about and I was right.

    The Expendables, 7.5/10

    Solid action movie. It's exactly I've been expecting it would be. You could easily call this one Rambo 6 because it's pretty much IS new Rambo but fitting the requirements of 2010.
  4. Broken Arrow

    Was okay. A typical action movie with Christian Slater. The train part near the end reminds me of the train bit in Uncharted 2.
  5. Man, it's been a long time since I saw Broken Arrow. I don't even remember a train bit. Isn't it a John Woo film?
  6. Yes, it was a John Woo film. The train bit was at the end. It had a helicopter on it too. Maybe that part helped get the train part we love on uncharted 2.
  7. Yeah It's a John Woo film, it's pretty crap tbh.
  8. Nah, it is an okay film.
  9. Travolta's hammy acting made Broken Arrow unintentionally hilarious.
  10. Red

    It was decent. Pretty typical action/comedy flick. I mostly liked that it had Mary Louise Parker in it. She's a sexy ass milf and I could watch her in anything.

    Morning Glory

    Had some funny parts, but it was overlong and generally pretty meh.
  11. It's that giant smile. It's deadly. She goes from nice looking to gorgeous when she smiles. She also seems to have an awesome personality. Supposedly that doesn't matter to guys, but she's an example proving it definitely does. Weeds wouldn't be remotely close to as good as it is without her.
  12. Surrogates 2/10

    Waste of time. I've haven't seen such crap for a long time. I wonder how it was possible to convince Willis to accept a role in something like this.
  13. I think it was the wig. That wig was amazing.
  14. 2/10 was because of the wig :)
  15. Wait, so why do people start talking to each other through plastic robots? That's got to be one of the dumbest premises for a sci-fi movie I've seen in awhile.
  16. Cotton wool society gone mad.
  17. Tron: Legacy

    The first 20 minutes of this film had me worried, but once it transitioned into the world of "the grid" it was mostly impressive. Visual effects were great, and truly pulled off the difficult task of being both true to the original style of Tron as well updating it for contemporary tastes. The actor that played Flynn's son was a bit of a stiff, but the rest of the cast was solid (and of course Bridges was great). I think they could have had a MUCH cooler way for Tron to return from the dark side though. That was strangely anticlimactic...
  18. watching Trawn Legacy right now. meh it's just another movie to me.
  19. Tron Legacy was a theater movie. I don't think you'd get the same experience at home.
  20. I watched it at home and thoroughly enjoyed it..but I guess I still had the buzz from the theater