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I enjoy making films.
I am shooting my debut funded feature between January 2010 in the Eastern States of Australia. So keep an eye out.
Batman Begins (2005)
The ultimate comic book based film
Prior to seeing this film, Batman Forever was my favourite. There was something about it that wasn't in Burton's films.
I felt that Burton's 2 films in the series were too dark and at times not easy to watch, whereas although Schumacher's Batman Forever (lets forget Batman and Robin) was very good, it was a little too humorous. Begins finds the balance perfectly and therefore makes for compelling viewing.
I don't want to ruin anything, but everything about this film is flawless. It's up there with The Aviator, The Life Aquatic and Crash as one of 2005's best film in my opinion.
Bale is brilliant as the young Bruce Wayne. Caine is always good, as is Morgan Freeman. Gary Oldman is also superb.
Simply go and enjoy
Clowning Around (1992)
Good Aussie film
This is a nice, enjoyable film. But I'll admit that the only reason I've seen it is because my mum has a cameo role as the lady who walks next to the mean lady who takes the boy when he is young.
The performances are strong in this film, but I'm sure it didn't have to be as long as it was. The French circus finale' isn't bad at all, but along the way, I'm sure children may get a bit bored. Although for a younger audience, and older audience may take it in a little better.
Anyway it's worth a watch. I only ever saw parts of Clowning Around 2.
One of the funniest films ever!
By reading my one line summary of this film, most people are probably thinking that I'm your typical teen who only watches movies for their tit and fart jokes. If you are, what is wrong with you? And what do you have against BASEketball, which is simply harmless fun?
My top 5 favourite films of all time are: 1. Donnie Darko 2. The Shawshank Redemption 3. Requiem for a Dream 4. Reservoir Dogs 5. A Clockwork Orange
This shows that I have an open mind when it comes to seeing different types of films and I don't see how someone can't laugh at BASEketball. It's funnier than Canniball! The Musical and Orgazmo, although they are both good too, and it's funnier than Airplane (Flying High) by a mile.
Just lighten up and enjoy the silliness that makes this film a classic. * * * * *
Very interesting, but I wanted more from it
I was expecting this film to be the best film of 2004, but sadly I was disappointed. Not by the superb performances, or the very original screenplay, but by the sloppy directing of Michael Gondry.
This film misses Spike Jonze who brought us Being John Malkovich and Adaptation. Gondry's work on Human Nature is much more tidy, and more of a pleasure to watch.
Overall I'd recommend that you see this film, unless of course you're a die-hard Jim Carrey fan who thinks he's going to see Ace Ventura 3. (and no it doesn't exist, I just got bored and felt like writing that.)
Eight Crazy Nights (2002)
Adam Sandler and Animation, what could go wrong? Nothing, this movie is EXCELLENT!
This is probably the best Adam Sandler movie since Happy Gilmore, fans and non-fans won't be disappointed.
What I really liked about this was that it had a mix between hillarious slapstick humour and its seriousness about different religions and races.
A SHORT OUTLINE OF THE STORY:
Adam Sandler is Jewish, he hates Chanukah, he hates his life, he is a menace to society and his parents are dead. He is always depressed and drunk, no use to anybody. Until he meets Whitey, the Jewish town Basketball referee, this is when Sandler starts to realise their is more to life, and more to Chanukah than just presents.
10/10 - A must see