Discussion in 'Entertainment, Culture, and Sports' started by edinatlanta, Nov 29, 2010.
Will see Shame (http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1723811/) tonight, any good?
It was good an OK movie, I liked it.
i thought infernal affairs was meh...i honestly liked departed a lot more. Thought IA was too choppy with its transitions and didnt develop the characters as well.
i hope to see seven psychopaths, tomorrow, with a buddy who i used to work with. very excited.
God that movie looks funny. Def something I will see aswell!
A 28-year-old slacker/cartoonist named Gordon "Gord" Brody, is pursuing his ambition to obtain a contract for a TV show. He heads off for Hollywood, and subsequently gets a job in a cheese sandwich factory. He also goes to an animation studio looking for Mr. Davidson (Anthony Michael Hall). He is told that he's out to lunch. Gord makes up a lie that he's a cop and that Mr. Davidson's wife died. He gets the name of the restaurant and quickly heads there to pitch his idea. After being told that his ideas are stupid and make no sense, he decides to move back home and rethink his future. When Gord's father (Rip Torn) questions Gord's life goals, and then proceeds in a fit of rage to destroy Gord's half-pipe, which Gord has spent a whole year building (thereby sending Gord over the edge), he subsequently gets even by having his father arrested on falsified charges of sexual molestation, destroying his parents' relationship and his family's reputation in the process. Gord's Mom ends up dating Shaq. Gord and his Dad end up sewing soccer balls in Kuwait after Gord finally gets a TV contract, based upon his family. The event that convinces Mr. Davidson to give Gord the contract is when Gord's Dad comes into the office during the interview acting psycho. Throughout the film, vignettes depict Gord's day-to-day activities, such as his sadomasochistic relationship with a paralyzed woman (Marisa Coughlan), and Gord's younger brother's attempts to "go straight" by going to work at a bank. However he is later sent to a home for sexually-molested children wearing a shirt that says "No More Secrets."
I really want to see Holy Motors
Saw Dredd, much better than I was expecting. Plot similar to The Raid, except less martial arts and more traditional action.
I'm going tomorrow night. I'm excited but scared, I hear it's pretty crazy
I might go Friday.
keep pushing off watching aliens 3. getting frustrating.
Abe Lincoln Vamp Hunter - absolutely awful.
The original 1978 Superman - jesus, this is about perfect. Reeve is absolutely masterful as Clark Kent, with the slumped posture, slight mumble, and farm boy talk. I don't like Hackman as Luthor as much, but he does well with the role. Margot Kidder isn't really much to look at but she does the reporter bit well. Overall, the best comic book movie ever. Still. Hell, its worth it for the John Williams score alone! Line of the movie: Perry White on why they need to get an interview with Superman - "Its the most important conversation since God talked to Moses!"
the one thing i will never understand about Superman is how can a pair of glasses hide your identity?
buy a pair, and youll find out.
Obviously you have to change your hairstyle slightly as well or it doesn't work.
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