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Session 9 (2001)
Where are the accents??
First off, this wasn't the worst movie I've ever seen, so I'm not going to slam it. I borrowed it, so not having to spend money on it made it that much better. My friends and I joke a lot about David Caruso's one-dimensional dramatic acting, and having seen him most on NYPD Blue and CSI:Miami, I was eager to hear him toss around some swear words in that dead-serious style of his.
All that aside, I want to know where the accents were in this film? I spent many years in New Hampshire and know for a fact that you don't have five guys on a work crew in Massachusetts and not have a New England accent in there somewhere. At least have SOMEONE who pronounces the town name as "Dan-vahs." That was the only disappointment for me with this film.
Super Troopers (2001)
A waste of a good evening...
I remember when this was released, and the trailers made it look kind of funny. Now that I've actually viewed the movie, I realize how some movie trailers can fool you.
My father - of all people - recommended this movie to me, and he's VERY picky about what he likes. He told me it was hilarious and that I had to see it. Well, dad, you picked a really sucky one this time. The thing that gets me is that I like stupid humor, but this movie just doesn't even have THAT. Gosh, I think I chuckled (not all-out laugh, mind you) maybe three times during the entire movie. The bear scene got me and Farva running up and yelling "chicken f*cker" was pretty funny. Other than that, it was lame joke after lame joke, and they all fell waaaaay short. Everything was horribly predictable.
I wouldn't recommend this movie to anyone, not even people I don't like. I've definitely seen worse, but this one will be filed into the "CRAP" category immediately.
The Cat in the Hat (2003)
Hardly worth the time...
My wife and I went to see this for a combined one dollar, and we left feeling like we spent at least 50 cents too much. I've never walked out of a movie before, but this one had me very close to doing so. About a third of the way through the film I was feeling uncomfortable and bored. I was hoping Mike Meyers would be able to save the film, but I think he added to its unpleasantness. I really grew tired of the stupid laugh he gave after almost every line he delivered, and the "Oh, yeah!" that was shouted at least three times.
Save your money and most of all the hour and twenty-something minutes of your life.