If it's crap ... We'll tell you
Im mad because I never gave vertigo the rights to my life as a comic. In that case
I am taking about the latest comic book into film craze The Losers. To get
another pun out of the way, I loved this movie so much and it was so good it
should be called The Winners.
The Losers is about a crack team of military operatives, that where framed and presumed dead and now must return to avenge the crimes by the mad men Max.
Getting straight into the review, I loved this, simply like that, I loved it. It got
that dirty dozen look down, and it was done with that action comedy, and the
action was great. You can easily laugh here with this flick. And it is
Now here is where I am going to piss people off. I put this over Kick-Ass for my
favorite of the year. I did that because I prefer the action comedies that tell
you 15 seconds in that it is not a realistic Oscar award winning movie, and you
can laugh freely. Whereas Kick-Ass was telling me that it took place in a
realistic world and this normal kid is doing the entire vigilante work, and
that a dad can treat his kid like that. But to be honest I like both the movies
the same. And in both movies, there are things I didn’t like and things I stood
up and started slow clapping.
Jeffy D. Morgan, he gets to do ANOTHER COMIC BOOK MOVIE, last year he got to do
Watchmen, and here he is now. And to be honest I liked him here more, because
he gets more and that same comedy from Watchmen, works here too. They give him
the Colonel of the group, and he plays the role like it’s written, there’s
nothing wrong with his performance. Not great, not bad, just good. Now with a
personal thing, does he not know how to shave? He has that beard-prickly-fuzz stuff
in everything! He had it in Watchmen, in P.S. I Love You, in the five seconds
he was in Fred Claus, and I got to go back and watch it but I think he had it
in Taking Woodstock.
Idris Elba, man this guy has the weirdest name of all time. Eye-dress Elbow. And for
those readers of mine now I’m a huge fan of The Office, and he played the over
bearing Charles Miner, and I loved him on that show. Damn, reading his IMDb, he
was on The Wire. Now he plays Roque, Clay’s second in command. The problem I had
here, was you never get that he is second in command, to be honest you can
switch his character with Clay and you would never know. What helped this
problem is that you get this brotherhood feeling between these guys. I got to
keep reminding myself that he’s British. Because I see him everywhere, and he
does the best American accent, so well that I want to hear his English accent
to prove to myself he’s from across the pond.