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How to Make a Monster (2001)
this movie was a complete waste of time. horrible effects, worse acting, and some of the weakest camera work i've seen in a while. the story itself is horrid, revolving around a monster in a video game that comes to life. and at the end there's some arbitrary effort at getting a message across to the viewer about the corruption of the world. it's the most cliche thing i've ever seen. don't waste your time.
The Last Slumber Party (1988)
the best movie ever!
my friend and i rented this one a few nights ago. and, i must say, this is the single best movie i have ever seen. i mean, woah! "dude, we better get some brew before this joint closes" and "dude, linda's not wearin' a bra again." what poetry! woah! and it's such a wonderfuly original movie, too. i mean, you don't usually find a slasher film where every single murder is exactly the same. i mean, exactly! now that's originality. and almost all the transitions between scenes are these great close-ups of the psycho in the ER scrubs. how cool! the acting is so wonderful to. the dad was just brilliant. must have studied REAL DADS before filming. and how many movies do you find that just don't make any sense? not many. but this is one of those gems. i mean, how cool is it that one guy waited outside for like six hours to pull a prank, while his friends were both inside? that's really cool. overall i'd say this is the single greatest film of the genre, nay, in the world! *****
The Maltese Falcon (1941)
old school, baby
The Maltese Falcon...what do you think of when you hear this? Film-noir? Suspense? Classic? It's all these. There are not many movies that can capture this kind of magic. Bogey as Sam Spade....brilliant casting. No one else could've pulled it off. I don't really know what it is about this movie. It's not the most interesting movie, in the conventional sense...but, something keeps you glued to the screen....maybe it's just me, i dunno. Crime movies are just wonderful, and if the movie has the coolest man to ever grave the silver screen in it, that's always a big plus. I mean, c'mon, who doesn't want to be Bogey? Anyway, if you haven't had the privelege of seeing this monster of a classic yet, what are you waiting for?
Braveheart is an excellent blend of wonderful acting, breath-taking landscapes, incredible action, and a touching story. All the elements in this movie complement each other oh so very well. While watching the movie you become enthralled in the story of William Wallace. You actually want to be out there fighting for his cause of FREEEEEDDDDOOOOMMMMMM. Some movies you just don't know why you love them, and then there are others that are just so technically perfect and you can't help but love them...Braveheart is of the latter. It was a brilliant piece of film making. I haven't met a single person who, upon watching it, didn't add Braveheart to their top 20 list.
Reservoir Dogs (1992)
Fantastic piece of film-making
Okay, okay, so it may be a rip-off. I don't care, it's one great movie. Keitel, Roth, and the rest do superb jobs of acting. And the dialogue! Ingenious. "Lemme tell you what 'Like a Virgin' is about..." "Motha' $%#*er! I'm tryin' to watch 'The Lost Boys'" I mean, c'mon, my friends and I quote this stuff all the time. It's just great. The action is great, and the directing is inspired. Those following shots are just fantastic. And the ending! The ending is just wonderful, it's the ending that I always imagined an action film should have. All-in-all, this film is better than Jackie Brown, better than Pulp Fiction, and better than most other films.
Great Christmas movie
My mother recorded this movie back when it first came on. We, unlike most of the others who have commented on here (sadly), still have our copy of it....we watch it together every Christmas eve. She loves it. It actually is a great movie. In the movie, Lee Remick's character's mother dies (Angela Lansbery) after which Lee's character has a sort of break-down and falls asleep. She wakes up to find her mother in her room..they go out to also find her late father. They all (2 children included) travel to the small country town in Connecticut from her child-hood. There we are introduce to Aunt Min and other characters. Lee's male child wants to save the Christmas goose and all sorts of problems occur. It's really a great Christmas movie. I recommend it if you can get a hold of a copy.
Cast Away (2000)
Fantastic...better than Gladiator
Wow! This movie was wonderful. I saw it on the nite that it first came to my local theater...and the place was packed. Even with so many people, so many distractions, I think I only took my eyes off the screen maybe twice (one time it was to cough..the other was just to make sure I was still in the theater) The movie was that engrossing! Tom Hanks is definitely an Oscar contender this year! This movie was better than Gladiator by all means (tho, that was a good movie,too) and Hanks is the best actor in my book (of the year, that is). If you liked Forrest Gump, this is the movie for you.
It's the Legend of Zelda, and it's really rad...
Wow! This game is amazing! I have owned, at one point in my life, all the old Ataris, an NES, SNES, Sega, Sega Cd, Sega 32X, Atari Jaguar, N64, Sega Dreamcast, Playstation, and PS2, and THIS, the ORIGINAL Zelda, is my favorite game ever on any console. Being Link is so much fun. The game never gets old. I love it. There are many great games...Tekken 3, Gunsmoke, Mario, Resident Evil 2, Pitfall, Final Fantasy and so forth...but Zelda takes the cake. You enter a new world, Hyrule, and you really ARE in that world. The game was so advanced for the time. I can't really describe how fantastic this game is...if you have an NES or and NES Emulator, get this game, you will be addicted! The triforce awaits....
Funny movie, better than many new comedies.
I went into Bowfinger thinking it would be the same old type of laugh-out-loud hysterics, because it has Steve Martin and Eddie Murphy, but to my surprise, and delight, it was different. his movie is not the same old same old, it's fresh and very well written. I laughed quite a bit during this movie. That's not to say it's one of the best or anything, the film had a lot of problems, but, for what it was, I'd gladly recommend it.
The Big Hit (1998)
This movie was pretty good. I don't know why, but I kept feeling "Tarentino" throughout this one. Marky Mark was pretty good in it, too. Not only did the film have good acting and action, but also it was VERY funny. If you've seen the film, you know what I am referring to. It may not have been incredibly believable, but the Big Hit was good non the less. If you're in the mood to see some good action, and laugh along the way, rent this one.