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I heard something by that name,but...can't quite remember.
Yeah.And Finchy to,Fincher was hilarious!!When he was acting like Stiffler in American Wedding,man I love this guy,stylish like hell!Stifflers mom MILF!
Dwight Stiffler was ok.Other Stifflers sucked,the latest Book of Love movie,that was the worst Stiffler ever,he got raped by a muse the whole Stiffler name must be in shame right now.
The new Alice in Wonderland...
Why the heck is the Mad Hatter becoming such an important character!?! >.< this will bug me to no end. I blame johnny depps influence as such a big-name actor.
...I'm still gonna see the movie though >.>
I just watched "Karate Kid" trailer, and.. man, actually I like that stuff <you know, when I don't think it's "Karate" and stuff, and that it's the son of Will Smith :x> Yeah, thinking without that makes look like film will be cool.
The scene with the fly rocks everywhere <if I recall correctly it was in original movie, yeah?>
And the music.. it sounds like Joe Esposito - You're The Best from the original Karate Kid movie.
Man, if I will don't have any other movie to watch in cinema, I will probably go on this one <heck, I would rather love it to be a "teenagers" movie, because it looks like it's a film for children.. just children> Yeah, I know, it is not, but still I would like if it was an older teenager <or rather: if it wasn't a child> who plays the role of student of Jackie Chan :x
And yeah, the fly scene is in the original Karate Kid, but not in any way like that (in the original Miyagi is trying to catch a fly with a pair of chopsticks, not a swatter)... Reference to the first movie or just an insult is up to the viewer to decide, I guess. Personally I'm for the latter.
I don't usually take the liberty to completely disrespect a movie before it is even released, but with pointless remakes like this one, I will. Always.
But you know, Organizized, the title could just be change to "kung fu kid" and I think less ppl would complain. <even if the idea would be to copy/paste from Karate Kid>
Ok, I will put it like this: in original "Kid" the boy was going to high school and just looked like a teenager <if I remember correctly>, and here the boy looks like a kid, seriouslyOriginally Posted by Organizized
With the fly scene: I don't remember very well in the original movie <heck, I need to watch it for the 5th time >, but this one made me laugh, so I think for a comedy it's cool <and it's Jackie Chan which perfomrs this, so it's even more hilarious xD>
So I'm gonna go to the movies tomorrow and watch Shutter Island. Do I have as much to look forward to as I think I do?
It's a Scorsese film - 'nuff said.
I don't think it'll compare to his older work, but it'll still have that distinct greatness associated with anything that has his name on it!
...apart from the scandal that is...
Yarr, can't wait until I watch it. I've had great expectations for the movie for a long time, and just haven't gotten myself to watch it before now. But in a few hours it's time!
It's not very Scorsese-like at all, just look at the genre and that'll be obvious.
Still, it's really, really good. The visuals are amazing, the story is mindboggling and well thought out and the acting is actually really good. I've never been a huge DiCaprio-fan but Scorsese tends to draw something out of him that really makes him enjoyable.
Well DiCaprio has been incredible in Blood Diamond and Body of Lies in my opinion. That's when I got my respect back for him as an actor. Sadly I'll have to wait until Monday before seeing Shutter Island. I completely forgot that I had to watch the Olympic Winter Games, and I just can't miss the stuff happening these last three days as a norwegian
3cmm: Aw! I wanted to see what you thought of it! Ah well, I'll check back again later.
Anyways, I just saw The Crazies. It wasn't bad. Wasn't what I was expecting at all, which I suppose is a good thing...but also sort of bad too. I liked it well enough, but...erm, how can I put it without spoiling?
The primary plot device (and some other elements) I think is terribly overused, and it wasn't even used in a unique way either, however, other parts of the story were fresh enough to make it not stale, just not bursting with fruity flavor, you know?
Everything was adequate: acting, action, drama, etc...but it never really got me good and excited and I never really felt an emotional connection to the characters and their fates. I just sort of took it in and gave it a nod for not completely sucking.
Shutter Island, however, is a solid A.
Last edited by Kusachu; February 27, 2010 at 02:19 AM.
Check back here on Monday. I'm going to watch it then definitely and I'll post my opinion of it when I get home afterwards.
I really do hate that movies get so delayed or don't come at all to Norway sometimes. I was looking forward to The Book of Eli, but it got delayed for months! What's the point of watching it at the big screen then if I can just download it in HD quality? Meh. The Road looks interesting too, I'm considering watching that one too the coming week.
My movie related plans for next week: ''Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen'', ''Slumdog Millionaire'' and ''Ninja Assasin''.
This week my friends and I watched Borat and Brüno. >__> They were both okay, but if you are too homophobic I recommend you stay away from Brüno. But the reactions of real people (non-actors) were hilarious in Brüno, better than Borat's.