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The Love Guru (2008)
Lame jokes galore! But funny to me!
I hate reading everyone else's "reviews" saying that anyone who enjoyed this movie must be stupid etc.
I definitely don't see it that way.
Personally, I'm someone who will crack up out loud if someone comes up with a lame joke - and this movie is full of those silly, lame jokes that make me laugh at the silliness of it all... because that's what it is! Just a silly movie! It's the kind of movie that you shouldn't watch if you're expecting something great, or if you're too much of a serious person.
It's great as just a light movie, if you just feel like watching something that's not serious at all, with a few laughs; but overall, when you ignore the lame jokes, there's that nice storyline: reuniting loved ones, making new friends, and learning how to be a better person and standing up for yourself etc.
I gave this movie an 8/10 because I loved laughing at the lame jokes and not having to think about dramatic stuff (Don't go thinking I can't love the serious movies, because I definitely can, but I don't write the silly movies off either). The whole Indian theme in the movie made it unique and funny as well - like it was trying to be some bollywood film. I loved the actors... Mike Myers laugh just made me laugh all the time; and mini-me dude was awesome as well. Justin Timberlake was horrible acting as some french-Canadian guy but it fit well with the movie, and I just sat there laughing at his acting.
So like I said: it's not a 'serious' comedy, and don't expect too much from it; but it's great just as a silly, lame movie that you can watch when you're not in a serious-movie mood, and have a few laughs occasionally.
The Kingdom (2007)
Eye-opener! Amazing! So true to real-life!
Wow. I'm writing this comment after I just watched the movie so it obviously has had a real impact on me. My perspective on terrorism has completely changed... the very final scene did that for me... its scary to think how easy a thought - a lifestyle - can be passed on to someone so easily... and how violent the minds of both "good" and "bad" people can be, and also what people believe to be "good" and "bad". This is one of - if not THE best - action films I have ever seen. While I was watching it I realised how real most of this film is - which is terrifying. Of course, being a movie, it has its O.T.T unrealistic sides (e.g. magically unharmed people in violent scenes and massive explosions) but that's just a way of keeping the suspense, which is understandable. When you look past these parts however you see so many realistic things which are actually happening right now in this world and its scary yet eye-opening at the same time. This movie grabbed my attention from the beginning to end with its mixture of facts, possibilities, and Hollywood effects. I would recommend it to anyone.
Ice Age: The Meltdown (2006)
What's with the bad language?
I'm not the kind of person that thinks swear words should be kept out of movies and TV shows because that just makes the story more realistic but why on earth is there words like "crap" and "ass" in a Children's movie? They're not bad swear words I have to admit but i'd still love to know why they were allowed in a kids movie.... Isn't it just extra influence for them? Every young kid will probably end up swearing when they're older anyway but I really don't like the idea that they're being included in kids movies. It felt weird watching Ice Age 2 and hearing words that children shouldn't have to hear until they're older...