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Halloween II (2009)
Horror movies can't possibly be good in my book
This movie had a bad case of shaky-cam, where the camera is shaken and this is supposed to induce terror. I found it cliché The few scenes where murders were done with a steady camera hand were very cool. The imagery with the lights behind fog and the camera a good distance away, so the viewer is almost really seeing it taking place, this was engaging.
The movie still had goofy "I don't think that person needs to be stabbed that many times to die" moments, which were interesting I'm also sick of the women having the same hair styles in all of Rob's movies.
I'm giving this movie a 8 instead of a 5 because I loved seeing my girlfriend scared to death
Best movie I've seen in a while
The characters really did seem busy, like they were doing things and having lives outside of what we physically saw on-screen.
Very funny, there weren't long stretches with no laughs There wasn't any false romance thrown in just to jerk us around like idiots. I've noticed many comedies 'these days' can't seem to just stick to being funny; there just HAS to be some kind of falling in love or some bull.
Great performances: Batemen didn't annoy me like he normally does, Mila Kunis didn't play as her 70's show character, Kristen Wiig didn't do the character she seems to always do, Ben had a beard, the whole cast did great.
I also like that none of the Apatow crew is in it, and neither is that girl Zooey whatever.
Office Space is not similar to this movie, but if I had to choose which is better, as the fans seem to imply is necessary, it would be Extract. Better humor, no annoying "IT'S QUOTABLE!!!" fans (yet), there's no forced "this movie is hilarious because it's supposed to be and it represents nerds or something I guess?".
Best movie I've seen since Up or Crank 2