Less like Michael Jackson, more like Michael Christ.
This film is a hard film to review, as it's not a film, it tries to be, it has a tibit of a story that runs though it, but it is just Rehearsal Footage, and it really kicks ass.
As the film starts I thought I was going to hate it, it starts of like Cloverfield, some young dancers are telling us the only reason they are there, this continues onto the start credits where an… Continue
Added by El Foggy on November 14, 2009 at 5:51am —
Come on, any film with the word goat in the title is at least worth a rental.
The Men who Stare at Goats is a confused movie, it wants to be edgy yet it wants to be lighthearted, so what do you get, a funny, intresting film, with it's heart in the right place, but not smart enough to pull it off.
The film starts of saying, "trust us, much more of this story is true than you would believe" which is odd as we believe very… Continue
Added by El Foggy on November 14, 2009 at 5:11am —
My apoligize, this review may be a bit baised as I haven't seen the first 8 films.
This year, childrens films have suddenly turned adultirated, we had Fantastic Mr.Fox with it's humor abit to played to the adults, we had A Christmas Carol scaring the crap out of the youth, We had Where the Wild Things are gearing up children to be Criterion DVD collectors, UP which had a story about coming to terms with life and death and 9 a post… Continue
Christmas never came so early, Literally it's about 2 months away.
This story is known by so many, and has been adapted, retold and reimagined so many times, what could this possible offer that is worth watching again.
Well if anything, it's absolutly terrifiying, exspecially for a childrens film. It does a great job of creating really effective automosphere, and just having creepy visuals. If this wasn't a christmas film, I… Continue
Added by El Foggy on November 14, 2009 at 4:01am —
There comes a film that once in a while completely baffles me in terms of where to place it. In the whole time I reviewed films, I've rarely come across those films. Lars Von Trier's ANTICHRIST is definitely one of those rare and exceptional films. Without giving out too many spoilers this film was clearly written in a state of depression or in a time of pure grief. Von Trier has transported me to a world where you just feel the pain, blood,… Continue
”Ebenezer Scrooge (Jim Carrey) begins the Christmas holiday with his usual miserly contempt, barking at his faithful clerk (Gary Oldman) and his cheery nephew (Colin Firth). But when the ghosts of Christmas Past, Present and Yet to Come take him on an eye-opening journey revealing truths Old Scrooge is reluctant to face, he must open his heart to undo years of ill will before it’s too late.”
Lets go back to a magical time, where men can offend thousands of Hindus, offend thousands of the southern people, fight women erotically, and get cancer and have nobody believe him, and still have a strong fan-base that lasts over 20 years after he has died. This time is called the eighties. And that man is Andy Kaufman.
This film is about Andy Kaufman (Played By: Jim Carrey) who was a comedian that had a hard on for creating a lot of… Continue
Hi guys! I decided to catch a double feature before the halloween weekend! I thought I'd give ya a double review!
While this has a all of the elements of a Saw film, this was actually quite a surprise for me. While I think that this film won't garner new fans to the series, but this one holds up as a solid horror film. I've always liked the character of Jigsaw and this film actually has you sympathize… Continue
Going to try and do this for every movie I watch from now on.
Alright, I went into Paranormal Activity with little hopes, expecting neither a good nor bad film.
Boy, was I disappointed.
The movie, atleast in my eyes, was not scary at all. I found it to be too predictable, and while they did some cool things with such a small budget, it didn't work for me in the scare department. The most unsettling part of… Continue
”Hoffman (Costas Mandylor) emerges as the next heir to Jigsaw's twisted legacy, but as the FBI closes in, he sets in motion a game that is designed to reveal Jigsaw's grand scheme.”
It’s no secret that I love the initial two Saw movies. I’ve never denied the weaknesses of the films (particularly in the acting department), but have also never hid the fact that I hold the first two entries in… Continue
Added by Rare Addict on October 24, 2009 at 3:00pm —
You have to be freaking out of your mind to watch this movie.
I am struggling to write about this movie as I just watched it 20 mins ago and I am struggling to think of stuff to write about it, it's that forgettable.
The big plus in this movie is John C.Reily, he is quite good, I won't say he's excellent, but he does keep the movie alive for the most part, and about every scene he's not in, you long for his return. I can… Continue
Added by El Foggy on October 24, 2009 at 1:02pm —
The Game Comes Full Circle...
I can remember walking out of Saw V last year, and I hate to say it...but I was pretty disappointed. The film just didn't deliver the goods. It's narrative and so called twist made the walk to my car a living hell, and I thought to myself: "They're going to mess up… Continue
Saw V * out of **** Spill Rating: SOME OLE BULLSHIT!
"You Won't Believe How it Ends" Tagline
That is true. I didn't believe how it ended. It wasn't because it was good, it was because the ending was one of the stupidest and laugh-out loud moments in film history. The ending may suck but its the only thing in the entire film that left any impression on me. Saw IV may have been a mess but at least it looked like the people… Continue
Before going into this review I feel that I should share my brief history with Nip/Tuck. I got into the show in 2005 (back in the tenth grade!). Season two had just begun and I had a friend who was raving about Season one. I proceeded to watch an entire season one marathon and was absolutely floored by it. The pilot alone is enough to warrant awe due to how infectiously crude it is, the characters and how they interact, and back then we really never saw a show take such drastic steps before. I… Continue
”Misunderstood at home and at school, mischievous Max (Max Records) escapes to a land populated by majestic, and sometimes fierce, creatures known as the Wild Things. The Wild Things allow Max to become their leader, and he promises to create a kingdom where everyone will be happy. However, Max soon finds that being the king is not easy, and that his relationships with the Wild Things are much more complicated than he…Continue
Now I have never done a review of a game ever, so I wouldn't go out and review "any old game", lucky for me this isn't any old game.
I have a Playstation 3, and I do play it quite a bit when I'm not at school or watching movies or hanging out with friends, so one of the first games I played on it was Uncharted: Drake's Fortune, it was a fantastic game and with a lot of charm and was just plain fun to play and still ranks within the… Continue
Rotten Tomatoes rating: 89%
My rating: Better than Sex!
This is a film very dear to my heart. I am a huge Kevin Spacey fan, what with Seven, L.A. Confidential, and American Beauty amongst his legion of masturbatory aides they mistakenly call movies. Even in the bad films he features in he is a shining beacon of light making it instantly watchable and healing wounds. A few years ago I… Continue
Added by DavidBray on October 12, 2009 at 6:11pm —
I was hoping I had found your match and you wouldn't take best film of the year, with District 9, but god damn you, YOU DID IT ONCE AGAIN.
First of all let me start by saying I love Pixar, Toy Story was the first movie I had ever seen, A Bug's life was the first film I saw in Theatre's, and WALL-E is my top movie of all time. So it's fair to say that Pixar have had a huge role in my movie life, so here… Continue
Added by El Foggy on October 10, 2009 at 6:28am —