PROJECT Umbrella - The BIOHAZARD/RESIDENT EVIL Compendium
I have watched RE and RE Apocalypse with my grandma
She is awesome and she wants to watch Extinction
I just watched Jurassic Park again and i think the scene where the T-Rex is attacking the two kids while there stuck in the car is possibly one of the most epic brilliant moments in cinema history. God i love that film.
Recently watched Repo! The Genetic Opera again. I don't know what it is about that movie, but I really adore it.
Especially the Largos. They're so amusing xD
Watched Alien last night. I don't think I've ever seen a more perfect film, at least in the Sci-Fi/Horror genre. The level of suspence throughout the film is unbelievable, the entire sequence where Dallas is in the shafts is just fantastic and when the Alien does appear there's no big build-up, it's just there. It's refreshing.
And the Xenomorph itself is just beautiful. Which may sound wierd, but it just looks fantastic.
I saw Angels and Demons.
It was OK.
Was Angels and Demons better or worse than the DaVinci code?
Much much much much better.
i watched the orginal texas chainsaw massacre the other day
and jesus Christ that movie is just one gigantic headache movie all it is, is nothing but screaming but boy do i love that skull hammer scene
0:35 FUCK YES!
My check list is -
Iron Man: Good Movie
Hancock : Will watch it again
Transformers : I liked it
The Dark Knight: Good....
I'm hoping to see G.I Joe Rise Of Cobra...
I'm watching the Japanese One Missed Call at the moment. If only Americans could make movies this good.
Fuck I hate Ron Howard. Worst Director Ever.
Besides, Frost/Nixon is based of real life events, therefore Howard had to use minimal creativity to make it. Apollo 13 and Beautiful mind are the same as they were based of real life events too. I don't like him because he doesn't use any creativity at all to make his movies, basically his movies plots are pre made for him, and the majority of his films are crap anyway.
Cocoon looks ok but it would have been even better had Robert Zemeckis directed it. Another Director i love, he made Back to the Future and Romancing the Stone and a few other great films that involved being creative and not stealing your ideas from real life events or books continuously and never making anything original.
Jurassic Park and Lord of the Rings are based on books but they are significantly different from there source material in some parts.
Writer/Directors and better than average directors.
Last edited by aris13; 05-27-2009 at 09:55 AM.
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