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Love to eat, listen to music (mostly rock), watch movies, drink wine, photography, work out. I love Pokemon.
Taking a break. I probably will not join your game if you are casting.
Inglourious Basterds, The Motorcycle Diaries, Saw (and all of the sequels), Michael Clayton, The Hours, Mean Girls, The Lives of Others, The Devil Wears Prada, Kill Bill, The Ghost Writer, A Single Man
The Taking (2014)
Frustrated Because This Had Potential
I like the way the movie started. I liked the premise and the "horror" movie take on something as real as someone slowly suffering from Alzheimer's.
But they lost me once all the supernatural stuff started.
And I could have tolerated the supernatural stuff if that's the way they wanted to go with this, but I couldn't because of that stupid shaky cam and that girl doing the documentary (I forgot her name, May?) screaming all the time.
Sucks because I started watching this with very high expectations (since I heard it was a pretty good movie) but it didn't deliver. And that sucks, because based on the first 20-30 minutes, it had potential.
Saw VI (2009)
One of the better Saw movies
I can say with some confidence that this is one of the best Saw movies. And I've seen them all at least once. Yea maybe the acting is weak in some moments(looking at you Betsy), but gosh, this movie looks good. It also has some interesting traps, a good script, and a very entertaining opening scene. Nothing scary about these movies, and in my opinion not even close to being gross, but they are entertaining. And this one, Saw 6, is probably one of the most entertaining of the bunch. Tobin Bell kills it as always, terrific performance. The score from Charlie Clouser, amazing as always. And it's nice to see a few returning faces in this.
If I had to rank it, I would say it's the third best Saw movie (following the first one and the third one)