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Apocalypse Now (1979)
Apocalypse what now?
Haha, "Apocalypse Now" is a pretty funny title it has nothing to do with apocalypses and surely didn't take place "now" (I know it's "spiritually deep" but it doesn't make sense unless you go on explaining and explaining about confusing things not even you yourself know)! The movie's about some stupid soldier guy who's looking for some Marlon Brando military about-to-be-general guy who fought too long in Vietnam (which, these liberals say that there WAS no enemy anyway) and got unrealistically insane because of fighting too much in the war (and confusing and pointless "soul" stuff) (as if a war general can get insane from a war with no enemies) and secured himself in some big ol' compound with nutty tribes people who sort of worship him. The soldier guy has to eliminate him because the Marlon Brando general guy is so crazy he's killing his own men and... doing "stuff".
The movie follows the journey of that soldier guy and virtually the whole film is just about him walking up and down talking to various unrealistically and ignorantly portrayed Vietnam soldiers who randomly kill off innocent Vietnamese villagers and being in a boat for a long time and making me get sleepy of boredom.
Sometimes there are some other kinds of attacks and it makes American soldiers run (also unrealistically and ignorantly portrayed) like headless chickens with fear wow this is REALISTIC depictions of how the war REALLY was fought. There is a lot of US-bashing involved (funny how liberals call themselves real Americans). US forces mercilessly kill Vietnam villagers, and pridefully shoot and destroy stuff for no reason and at the brink of death, attempt to kill off their soldier partners as well!
Yeah and the Viet-Cong probably uses flowers as ammunition and love as their only weapon and some spears that their "poor country" couldn't afford because of evil American imperialism no doubt; Oh wait! It could also be the Marlon Brando Kurtz dude! Right! How realistic is that!? Oscar-winning! Golly! Guys, seriously, tell me what was so freaking "awe-inspiring and visionary" about this film? Commando was better.
The movie teaches us that "war sucks; it will turn us into crazed demons of blood-lust and war". Right and letting "gentle" oppressors and dictators eliminate as many as 32 thousand of their own innocent civilians will teach us that peace is the answer what? Excuse me? What about stopping them for doing such an unholy "Casualty of war is innocence" massacre, since we have the good will and have the strength to free such countries? No answer typical.
The scene where those dudes blow up a village with the choppers was pretty cheesy (not really in technical terms). As if Americans where the morons of the world yeah and the geniuses are these "truthful and deep" filmmakers.
I'll give Apocalypse Now a 1.5 out of 10 there was some nice acting by Dennis Hopper and when it came to the end it was a little more interesting because there was a PLOT (not just random talking and boat-touring). Bust still the ending felt like something from Indiana Jones yeah VISIONARY material all right. Some parts had some nice cinematic visuals... watching it in fast motion and high-pitch was fairly humorous by the way
Classic and compelling? What's so "classic" about it? What's so "compelling" about it? Maybe the lots of hype that all of those guys subtlety keep telling and training the public mind just by mentioning movies like this with mere quotes such as "This movies is such a classic!" I bet they think the profanity make it a classic. Maybe it's killing a live cow which you liberals should be protesting against anyway... ha-ha...
The ending is pretty whacked out didn't make sense probably wasn't meant to either I know the whole "deep human psyche" gig.. but there really isn't much in it. Oh, But it's a "classic" can't argue yeah real freedom
And I can also make a grim movie with catchy and scary dialogue and people throwing bananas at each other, utterly confusing people, and call it a "deep and mythic movie of themes, and judgment" when in fact, it's just a bunch of people throwing freaking bananas randomly!
Sorry for being too "political", but politics run the world good or bad
*Yawn* wow this truly is one of the best war-films ever made It sure as heck made me fall asleep too! Now THAT'S realistic soldier behavior!
It really is a messed up "horror" yep 1.5 10 nothing interesting, nothing "groundbreaking" just a lot of hot air and bla-blas yeah GREAT movie-making..
I gotta go and make me that banana-throwing movie and create a lot of hype and mystery and BOOM! I got a masterpiece!
Pulp Fiction (1994)
I'm afraid it's no good what-so-ever.
What is it with this film? What IS IT!?!? Gangsters walking and saying absolutely nothing. A lot of idle and boring dialogue. Boring stories. Clichéd camera angles and borrowed materials from other films. And a whole lotta f-words to fill a space-cruiser. Some acting is good, but that's the actor for you...
Everything else is empty, empty, empty... Peer-pressure and the moronic masses of people say this film is "a masterpiece!" How? Because they talk about Quater Pounders with Cheese? Because of the "morale" of the gangster? What morale? "We cool?" "We cool." Yeah those phrases have absolute impact...ooh hoo, bobby!
Yeah this is "the movie that re-defined cinema"... without re-defining it at all.
Skip this trash and watch something else... for the love of movies,please do that!
Fahrenhype 9/11 (2004)
If you loved Farenheit, this is a movie for you.
OK, I'll start off by saying that this movie is meant to look like FarenHEIT. So, that lacks in originality...
What this movie does is counter-attack what the anti-American lumpy guy called Michael Moore propagates about in his movie, Farenheit 9/11.
This film opposes what Michael Moore says with great detail and at least a shred of proof (yes, saying that Michael has no proof or basis to his little propaganda).
It ACTUALLY tells you what really happened and what Mike really lied about. This film isn't really recommended for staunch communi--I mean liberals that don't want to hear proof of things that they themselves blindly stand for.
This film, although not as entertaining or glue-to-your-seat as Michael Moore can do (he's a filmmaker, see...) but it helps in understanding the true nature of what that fat guy was lying to Americans about.