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Noah reminds me of a suicide bomber with religious psychosis
While acting is alright, I did hope for a more middle age like setting, instead of this mythical one. What I hate about this movie is that we come to like Noah, and in the end all you want to do is smash his head in with a brick.
Noah becomes more and more fundamental in his beliefs, and the length he goes to makes me wonder how his family would ever be able to truly forgive him again. I mean, even if he was given a choice, not to do evil, he was extremely slow and crossed way over the line.
The torment he has already put his family through, makes him the most evil of all the characters in the story, especially the coldness in which he portraits his religious mental illness.
It could have been a good movie, but was ruined by a religious idea of selfrightiousness, that whatever evil you have done, you are alright in the end, if you start to do right. Bullshit.
Noah is a mental patient, just like all the other lunatics running around blowing themselves up. He should have died on that beach, a drunkard and familyless, that would have been just.
The Hangover Part II (2011)
Hilarious, and well worth the time.
I don't know what you guys have been smoking. "Worst movie of the year." "Worst movie ever." Come on, are you 12? Worst movie of the year was probably some low budget Bollywood movie made by Indian teenagers.
So get real please.
It took me a few years to bother to watch the Hangover, and so I ended up watching the first two installments in one go. And both movies are equally hilarious. And I actually like that some of the odd characters of the first, appear in the second, it makes it even more crazy.
Same formula? Sure, it worked the first time, and it sure as hell works the second time around too. I found myself laughing more at the second, and having to rewind to see scenes again. Especially the "I have a demon inside of me" "You also have semen". Drop dead hilarious.
So don't listen to all these kids, overreacting as if the worst thing ever, just happened to then.
Its well worth the time, and in no way do I see that Phillips put less effort into this one.
Looking very much forward to the third installment.
Wonderful, very well made.
If you have ripped this movie on a bad quality screener, then surely, this is barely watchable. But if you are in a any decent cinema with good sounds, this one will blow you away.
Don't believe people saying its bad. They either downloaded a horrible copy or hate the blair which (dogma) style this was filmed in.
For me this was very believable, and most characters made a very good performance. At times though, they seem alittle too unattached to the fact that they just barely survived an Alien like attack. Most people would be in deep panic and in a very distraught state of mind. I told myself that they would probably get some post traumatic stress out of it, but being able to ignore it up front.
Other than that, its a great movie. I absolutely love it.
King Kong (2005)
Relax people, its actually quite good!
I can accept some people finding this movie a tad too long, and with a little too much CGI.. But giving this one below 5 points on IMDb, is telling the world more about yourself than about King Kong.
Its entertainment, its not a physics class. Its fun, its not the end of the world. Relax and have some fun.
Realize also that a 200mill $ project, has to have mass appeal. And I personally find Peter Jackson to be a master of smashing great film-making and Hollywood together.
Enjoy the acting if you cant enjoy the CGI. Its all there, its all good!
One of the greatest adventures I've seen on the big screen, hands down.
"So this is how freedom is lost, with thunderous applause.."
Making sense of what has been before, regaining the honor of the franchise, Lucas has.
If you close your eyes for a second, you will lose important details. The film is so rich and deep, you will have to watch it over and over, to get it all. Meanwhile Lucas is spinning the last threads hanging from Clones reaching towards A New Hope, and this is done in such a convincing way, that you cant wait to see A New Hope, with all this new knowledge, with this new and deep understanding of what Darth Vader is, and why he became what he did.
The third installment of the StarWars Saga, is almost as good as our beloved Empire, and far darker and meaner. This is where everything changes, Jedis will lose their grip on a struggling world, and dark forces will take over.. Much like our real life situations.. There is a wealth of implicit communication about our own reality. It rises with Darth Vader, to a new and powerful level of depth and detail.
I was surprised, and glad. The circle is now complete, and in the best way possible.
Poetry in Motion
This simply cant be surpassed. With Return of the King we are taken to a whole new level of Epic scale movie making, and it is breathtaking and overwhelming, bringing more to life in dreams, than what is alive for real. So clear and coherent is the message for man, sent to him through the media he understands the best but neglects the most.
Accept this fathom of art, recognize what it has to say, and perhaps we will all one day embrace hope as we today embrace the grand lies of our time.
The Lost Battalion (2001)
"I envy you Captain" *Puke*
Im not gonna waste too much time commenting this thing. But it irritated me so much, I had to say something.
American, americanize everything. They cant see through the fog that is their childish and utterly unintelligent behaviour.
Even the germans behave as americans. Do they truly believe that the entire world have the same values as them? judging from everything they do and have done to the world, something seems like it.
All the prisoners we see in this movie would have been killed on sight, or tortured.
The costumes are nice and its well produced, but thats all you can say about this plastic bag from a lacking culture.
It is very satisfactory to see one of your old heroes come alive on the big screen, especially when thinking it would be failure. It isnt, it far exceeded my expectations, and I was blown away by its relative darkness and bitter atmosphere. Bana is again awesome.
As Hulk, I will silently let his moves tell the story. Go see it, its great!
The Hours (2002)
Drifting into shapes that is life
The spiral of thought and depth of humanity, shine bright and sad in our momentarily coherent hearts while in the hours of these images.
It is truly beautiful and moving, while shaking and touching our lives, telling us why we are here. From life through fiction, into life meaning.
Far from Heaven (2002)
Carefully Treading The Frailty of Our Norm
Sweet little flick about how made believe ideas of right and wrong, in a society, undermines the human spirit. We are very gently and carefully being presented the problems that our two main characters have. Too gently in my opinion. But I guess it helps to illustrate the delicate issues of colored people and homo-sexuality in the fifties.
However I find it a shame that the movie takes part with Cathy and pulls Frank further and further into the dark, in the end turning him into the bad guy. While there might be a point in making him look like the one who ruined their relationship, it does a poor job at illustrating the innocence of homo-sexuality.
Im sure Cathy would have fallen in love with Raymond anyway. He was all she ever wanted, intelligent, passionate, gentle (and black). So the relationship would have fallen apart eventually.
What I think is strong about this movie, is not so much what it shows us, but more the ironic illustration of the effect our norm has in a society. The ideas of right and wrong, backed up in spiral like fashion, by the hordes of the mainstream, making the lie seem more and more true, results in enclosure and devastation of the human nature, and its love and search for freedom.
We still have much to learn.
Do you have ideas, or do ideas have you!?