Discussion in 'Odds & Ends' started by jamesblakefan#1, Mar 22, 2010.
yep. but it was fucking incredible
Jeepers Creepers 2. Online.
as low as it gets...
"Robin Hood".....Russell Crowe and Ridley Scott team up again to make "Gladiator" with bows and arrows, again with an oppressive monarch and Crowe as the blue collar guy who marshalls the people to rise up in the name of good. Not as effective this time because the battle scenes are too dark, confusing and chaotic. You're better off renting Gladiator and just watching that again.
Two foreign films:
District 13 - Ultimatum: futuristic Paris, with freerunning and martial arts - what's not to love.
Elite Squad - Brazilian movie about their BOPA special police. Hardcore!
Cloudy with a chance of meat balls...
much funnier than i expected lol
Iron Man 2!!!!
funny people. it was pretty good.
Prince of Persia-the sands of time has a great music with awesome visual effect. Dastan (acted by Jake Gyllenhaal) is my idol now Yes, I love a chemistry between the male and female leads.
Suggestions for you all...
Late night movie works the best for me-few people in the room. I feel like I have my own movie screen in my back yard. You might want to give it a try.
The Young Victoria. It's my favorite movie of this month. Particularly, I love the story between Young Victoria and Albert. They are passionately fond of each other. In reality, for political reasons, it was an arranged marriage.
Pulled up the recording of "Brazil" again, one of those must-see films for its visual imagination, a little sloppy here and there but dazzling work by one of the lesser known forces behind Monty Python. Priceless cameo by DeNiro.
After watching "interstate 60", I can't stop thinking about James Marsden^_^.
Took my daughter to see "killers" (Kathy Heidel and Ashton Kucher ... spelling??) ... was a light / romantic comedy ... surprised she decided to see a movie with her old man (... she was bored ... waiting for her boy friend to fly in later that night) !!
I just watched "Brothers" last night. Honestly it was suprisingly good. Natalie Portman was gorgeous in the movie.
"Moon", an indie sci-fi flick by Duncan Jones. It gives off a "2001 A Space Odyssey/Solaris" vibe without being as esoteric or confusing. Sam Rockwell is fantastic in the lead role (well, the only role aside from the lunar base computer's voice).
Since intelligent sci-fi flicks are few and far between, this is highly recommended.
'Taken' - suspend belief and go along - for the very violent - ride...
From Paris With Love (just out on DVD yesterday): Travolta is a hoot. Another solid Luc Besson action movie.
Splice - very disappointing. The premise and monster seemed promising but it didn't deliver, not scared at all. kind of like the 4th kind, looks good but not really.
get him to the greek - hilarious, but not as good as the hangover imo
I watched the first 6 Friday the 13th movies the past 2 nights.
North by Northwest. Great movie.
Karate Kid ... yeah, the one with Wil Smith's son ... seems like I've seen the movie before ... don't know why I'm thinking that!
Play the game. After watching this movie, I am kind of missing my grandpa though. I hope he is doing fine with his girlfriend ^_^.
Hey Tina ... I haven't heard of that movie before ... is that a Korean flick?
More than a game. Lebron found seasonal employment with the Cleveland Cadavers. Where is Ted Stepian when you need him?
didn't like this movie at all.
Like most of Hitchcock's.
I watched Le Mepris yesterday.
Bridgitte Bardot is just a godess.
"Red Cliff", John Woo's epic recreation of the war between the three kingdoms in the last days of the Han Dynasty (208 AD) in China. A tad too long (the international version is 288 min) but the acting, especially from Tony Leung and Takeshi Kaneshiro, is excellent and the battle scenes are incredible despite some mediocre CGI shots during the naval sequence.
Just to see how bad it was, I got The Love Guru from Netflix - and it was impressively bad. And I liked the Austin Powers movies.
That sounds great. May I know where where did you watch this movie? Takeshi Kaneshiro is my favorite Asian actor.
My favourite asian actor is this :
He's one the most beautiful men in cinema.
Takeshi Kaneshiro takes my breath away
ppfftt it's like comparing a young boy with a man :mrgreen:
have you watched all his movies?;-)
Available on DVD and Blu-ray, and probably at a video store near you.
Look for the international version, it should say Part 1 and 2 on the cover.
Thanks for Info, BOB!
I like younger guy. He is like 37 years old. I watched some of his drama.
37 and still looks like a teenager.He should tell us his secret!!!
That's an old picture of him. He looks so charming
And Takeshi Kaneshiro dated my favorite "eye candy" asian actress.
Are you serious about this? or Joke? She is dating my favorite Japanese-Taiwanese actor.
traditional Chinese: 赤壁之戰; pinyin: Chì bì zhī zhàn
He is a man!!!
How to train your Dragon 3D
ok ok he is!!!
*But still Toshiro is more.:mrgreen:
Saw this flick and Red Cliff on HD.net movies monthly sneak previews.
Seniors, baby http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tg35cJXQ0X8
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