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Don't even THINK about taking a look at this terrible movie! I saw it with a guy who loved the first film and MY GOD I have never in my life been so uncomfortable watching ANYTHING! Not even the most humiliating situation can match up to this pathetic excuse for money WAIST!! The performances are SO bad that it isn't even funny and that is (if you are really REALLY nice to the brainless people who came of with the stupid plot!) the worst part of the movie. Sadly enough they seem to be in front of the camera all the time!! The movie is wrong in so many ways and I feel sorry for the talent less 'actors' and 'actresses' who killed any hope for a future career in the movie-industry by jumping around like monkeys in this crap. R.I.P!!
King Arthur (2004)
I must admit, my hopes and expectations for this movie had increased with the fact that one of my countrymen, the gifted Mads Mikkelsen(Tristan), had been jumping around with sword and bird to participate in what should have become a tremendous experience. There for, me and my friend were sure that we most certainly would be entertained first class!!
So what happened?
Well, the first thing that got to my attention was the strange way of filming the first real fight between Arthur's men and the woards(if that's even what they are called.. The blue people anyway). It looks as if the cameraman is throwing the camera around like a hot potato! The clumsy battles I can somehow deal with, but it gets worse...
Strike two is the stupid way of characterizing our heroes. At first you think that Lancelot is our point of view and you catch a glimpse of what you think might be some kind of social situation, BUT THEN IT TURNS and suddenly Arthur is our first priority AND THEN IT TURNS and Lancelot is back in the hot seat AND THEN... It's too confusing. They try to give a background for the both of them, but it's like making one picture with who sets of puzzles... You get bits and pieces, but no full picture.
The final downer was the feeling afterward. `Was that all?'. To me it felt like someone had peed in an expensive jar and tried to sell it to me as fine perfume. NO THANK YOU! The location and atmosphere was great and the acting wasn't bad, but something was missing. In my opinion the story just couldn't keep up with the magnitude of the movie. What a shame...
Finally I would like to point out that Mads Mikkelsen normally is much more exiting to watch when he acts. I thought his character was one of Arthur's best friends, so either Arthur has a really strange way of showing it or the part as Tristan had been shaved down to a minimum to spare time. He is after all the dark-mysterious-silent-don't-f**k-with-me-type of samurai knight, so any indication that something might matter to him, probably aren't his first priority... :)
The Princess Diaries (2001)
Only for girls who never grew up...
I normally avoid these kinds of movies, where you are used to drown in sticky-pink-teenage-dreams thought out by middle-aged people regardless their gender, but was forced by a rainy afternoon.
I am not a big fan of Garry Marshall and was not looking for anything else but brainless mind-stimulation... And certainly didn't get anything more!
The idea is cute, but is a syndrome that most girls are done with when they reach the age of 10... The princess-obsession I mean.
It's cruel to drag yourself or any of you loved ones through this more than once, and if you think the present of Julie Andrews gives the movie any credits YOU ARE WRONG! It's torture to watch her mingle with anything modern if you are like me, and never got further than The Sound of Music. Anne Hathaway is okay and Hector almost a necessity when you're talking Garry Marshall, but come on!!
The movie has its moments, but somehow it's like someone is trying to make a kiddie-version of Pretty woman
28 Days (2000)
A nice evening on the sofa...
I never really thought Sandra Bullock was any great talent. She's beautiful and all, but she's Sandra Bullock when she acts and nothing more than that. Her performance in 28 days though was better than I had imagined. I enjoyed the way she characterized a drunkard trying to figure out what real life is. It's not the best movie in the world, but worth watching.
The Ring (2002)
I've never seen a guy weep.... until I saw the ring with a couple of friends. I couldn't sleep normal for a week and I still lay at night thinking about that nasty face of her's.... This is the scariest movie ever made (I hope I spelled it right)
Long, long, long but worth the time
I have one thing to say first: It was LONG!! Some of the scenes should have been deleted and many of the sequences should have been half the length, but anyhow I think it gave a really good picture of Italy and the human nature. It was a pleasant thing to see Donald Sutherland show off his Italian, but the killing of a kitten with his head was a little too much for me. Besides that, I like it. My history teacher sure did!!!
The Last Emperor (1987)
A real masterpiece. It really grabs you by the wrist and pulls you back to the old China. I was amazed by the size of everything and it makes you want to go to the forbidden city. I need to see it myself! Although the end was very sudden and unexpected, I enjoyed it very much!