"Just go with it" was suprisingly funny, even hilarious at times. There's a few dull moments where the light piano keys begin to play and cheesy love plots ensue, but for the most part the movie reminded me of the older sandler flicks like "The Wedding Singer". This is by no means a classic but a big step up from several previous Sandler movies, other than "Funny People" which was a win/win combination to start with.
"One can only match, move by move, the machinations of fate... and thus defy the tyrannous stars."
Resident Evil - Castlevania - Silent Hill - Onimusha - Tekken
Also talking about these poor films reminds me of a film I found on Xbox Live called "Killer Condom!!!" which I was tempted to actually watch. I kind of enjoy watching pure, basic, horrible films. Meh I get a kick out of them.
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To the best of my memory it is "all a man can do, is smile back".
Well I finally got around to see Pans Labryinth and it was pretty damn good. Not quite what I was expecting but still great. Although I really didn't like that faun, he just did not look trust worthy!
Last edited by I_Am_Nemesis; 02-21-2011 at 04:51 PM.
Pan's Labyrinth is great! Not the usual that you might expect from such a film.
For me it seemed very dark for its genre, but that is what I loved about it.
Last edited by Trent; 02-22-2011 at 04:52 AM.
I expected it to be dark I just expected it to be a bit more like the film Labryinth, you know with the young girl getting lost in there and meeting magical creatures along the way. The film spent a lot more time in the real world than it did in the fantasy world. Not that this bothered me in the slightest though.
On the plus side, it's 70 minutes long and I laughed so hard I believe I passed out. It doesn't take itself even remotely seriously, and did a much funnier job of it than Zombie Strippers did.
Other highlights include;
- The same 'bonk' noise used everytime a zombie gets smacked on the head, regardless of what they're actually hitting them with. Count them all!
- The strippers running over an old guy on the off chance he might be a zombie. Apparently, it was hard to tell if he was dead or not before the outbreak...
- The scariest midget in the world.
- It's in 3D too. Old, red and green 3D at that!
Still, it is utterly hilarious if you fancy something to amuse yourself.
Mary and Max. Very good and sad animation. A definite recommendable watch, it moved me.
Next I will see is the famous "Life of Brian". Yes, I've never seen it.
Love this thread, I'm spending my time here lately because the work I am doing at the moment requires a lot of time dragging, and movies are quite excellent at that.
Last edited by Trent; 02-22-2011 at 03:47 PM.
Talking about terrible movies has anyone else seen ten million B.C.? its terrible and not even terrible in a funny way just a completely cringy why the hell would any one make this kind of way.
Last edited by I_Am_Nemesis; 02-22-2011 at 05:00 PM.
I have discovered a youtube video of Bit Tits Zombies (hey, I get things wrong) and decided to share it with you. Please note - this is a movie about zombies and strippers. It's not safe for work. It's also not safe for anyone under the age of 782, but that's another deal entirely.
Now I'm mad at you, Oscars. T_T
No wonder people are increasingly watching more dumb films in the last couple of years.That was quite the story. Was a bit shitty watching it in the cinema, though. A lot of people didn't like the mood of the movie and desperately tried to suppress any and all emotional reaction they had to it.
Last edited by BBboy20; 02-25-2011 at 09:55 PM.
^Unfortunately the film picked too early and the studio didn't really pushed it.
I regret that I watched this film, did not like it.
Dinner for Schmucks.
Funny film, but nothing special.
Definitely funny film. Not as good as The Hangover, but I really enjoyed it. The Robert Downey Jr. sarcastic/intelligent character was a good combination with Zach Galifianakis' comedy.
I understand why you would think it was too dark, though. Since most people are of the idea that the film is of the same genre as Narnia/Harry Potter or the Disney Fairy Tales flicks. Nope. Its not for kids.
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