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I've always told my friends of the movies I've seen and what I liked and did not. I try to be fair and unbiased to the point I don't read any reviews if I plan to see the movie in the theater.
You can find My movie, TV series, Book etc reviews on my Entertainment blog
I even do my own awards show..well post!
Jaws was the 1st movie I remember seeing(part of)on TV (I was 5 or 6)
Which I think is the reason I am a Horror Hound!
Lost Boys was the first movie I recorded on a VCR (NEVER tell me I can't watch a vampire movie!! Dad said no I taped, watched then Yelled at mom asking why dad said I couldn't, as there was nothing in it I had not seen before! From then on... I was basically allowed to watch whatever. Speaking of which its the 30th anniversary come July 31 2017 (man I feel old)
Blade as far as I can remember is the first movie I ever saw more than once (saw 3x with 3 different people over 2 (maybe even 3) different movie theaters!) wore out the VHS cassette when it came out and was the first DVD I purchased for my home library! (Yeah it was the fact that Stephen Dorff was in it, It's a vampire movie and Stephen Dorff Played a vampire in it!
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H.R. Pufnstuf (1969)
I used to LOVE this as a kid....The 70s kids 'Barney'
by this time its I'm sure you can say dated! I just hope if I ever have kids that they'll watch this instead of Barney!
(haven't watched the DVD again.. but I remember Witchy Poo, the big 'Marshmellow'(sp?) himself, Sigmund the sea monster, the Bugaloos I saw 'Lidsville' on TV land (I'm guessing it was on that.. but someone was just switching through the channels) land of the lost and but there's others I do not remember what it looks like for instance Electra woman & Dynagirl, The Lost Saucer & Far out Space nuts.
Now THAT would be one non 'scary' Halloween costume I wouldn't mind! but I do somewhat agree with who said its a sick show....
What were they showing us in the 70s!? (yes some if from late 60s but all the same to me) Oh yeah anyone remember the Banana Splits? is there any DvDs of that?
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (2003)
Yes there's GOre!
I love this movie (or well the original) for one reason;
MOM HATES IT! She saw the original in the theater and is now a chicken when it comes to the watered down horror movies.
So I was happy to hear a remake of the movie for my generation to be coming out. Saw the movie and was no disappointed (yeah ! there's actual GORE in it this time.)Bought the DVD cause I enjoyed it so much (and to just keep mom out of the room as well!!! ::evil laugh::)awesome such ashame the hottie has to die first as usual!(damn sterotypes) At least in this movie there's things that make me look away here and there. (not something I can say I do watching a horror movie. not to mention there goes my rep!)
minnesota and boston kids beat Hockey Superchamp
(I don't think there are any spoilers but jsut in case... possible)
mm How do I start this one off.. I LOVED it!! The intensity is that of an actual game (& can only imagine dressing room) That's how caught up I got in the movie. it was like you were right in there with them. not to mention that at times you almost jumped right out of your seat for a goal as well as heard a few people make a groan when something went bad. Would swear Stan Fischler was in the movie (i thought I saw him in the stands, but its quick) and OMG!!! to those Seriously into hockey or other than NHL, you may reconize one of the 'Russian' players. (not by name. but by face, esp. those that are AHL Albany River Rats & NHL New Jersey Devil Fans.) Player #13 Mikhalov (something like that) but LOL I actually met an 'actor' LOL Totally got a kick out of that one! no matter how many times they showed him, I wouldn't believe my eyes. at the end there's a longer look at him, but still waited for the credits to make sure I wasn't having my head messed with. There's also a couple of commercials I remember from when I was a kid (esp. a certain football one) The cameos were cool. (I reconized some but couldn't place a name on them.) Other than Mel Gibson, the only actor I know of is the McClanahan (?) guy who was in the movie Bring It On! (who in the trailer I thought was Rick DiPietro!of the NY Islanders LOL)
Only thing is I feel bad the Real Brooks didn't get to see it, but I'm sure would be proud of it. Don't know how many movies I gave this to but..... A+ (actually that shuld be a grade less than what I made LOTR:ROTK so the actuall grade
i'd give would be an AA+ if that's possible (and a 10 on the vote ballot)
The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (2003)
Actors said it was good and that it WAS! Is there a bestter grade than an A+? How about a TRIPLE A?
Two reasons I went to see this in the theater this time; 1. waited for the other 2 on dvd, being so long & so i braved the 3+ hours because 2. the Actors said it was the best of the 3.
and that it was the best of the three! This installment has pretty much all of the movie genres in one! There's more drama, a little horror (the spider and aragorn sees dead people) and this one has definately more humor than the first two put together! also this one was alot more emotional. Right when you're up, next scene might be a little down. Cheers galore throught the movie from my viewing room. Only one problem.... DON'T get any drink from the snack bar!
For the girls that ONLY go to the movie to see Orlando Bloom... he's not in this one as much as the Two Towers. but still has a cool part. and the end definately makes it worth not seeing him as much through the movie.
my grade?.. mm is there anything better than an A+ ? maybe a triple A ?
my only thing is.. bring your own porta pottie!
What the critics say: * The cinematic Epic of our time, the one by wich all others will be judged. The one film to end it all. -Los Angeles Times * The Jewel in the crown; the final chapter of 'the lord of the rings ' trilogy is the best of all. A triumph of epic story telling. It has spectacular action scenes & is by far the most moving - Newsweek * Third film vaults the work into the straosphere of classic movies
and has already been nominated for
4 Golden Globes (tune in Jan 25th) for
Best Picture Director Peter Jackson Original Score Howard Shore Original Song Anne Lennox (mm I wonder if that's the song.......)
LONG live the king!