I felt a little sorry for Val Kilmer who looked absolutely uninterested and obviously there for a quick paycheck while Izabella Miko does her best with a script ripped-off from a classic and a laughable supporting cast.
Aside from the fact Warner Bros. still stiffs us out of any features for anyone over the age of 10, I found this addition to the Scooby animated original movie collection to be a lot of fun.
Normally when a big cast like Robert De Niro, Drew Barrymore, Kate “I’m not a vampire in this movie” Beckinsale, and Sam Rockwell join forces the movie has got to be entertaining. I mean, no movie has ever done a plot where a father learns that his family is nothing how he forced them to be when they were younger. No, that could never happen.
I have a friend right now, who right now as I’m typing this, is standing in line odds are at some store that’s open 24 hours waiting for the release of “Dante’s Inferno” for Xbox 360. I’m hyped for the game as well, that is, until I watched the film Dante’s Inferno: An Animated Epic.
Dare is described as a Cruel Intentions flick, but with less nudity, less hot chicks, and more male-on-male scenes. It’s just not my week for reviewing flicks. I’m starting to think I’m being punished for something.
I will warn you right now: this movie has an inane amount of both male nudity and chicks that should not be getting naked for any reason what so ever. There isn’t any real way of putting the previous statement any more bluntly, so sorry if I seem harsh. I have an incredible stomach and I’ve only gotten sick maybe once in twenty-plus years of seeing movies, but Cabin Fever 2 made me violently ill.
[…] from the very beginning I felt there was something ‘off’ about The Time Traveler’s Wife. It wasn’t the performances because the main three (McAdams, Bana, Livingston) all do respectable work, yet the story never gelled well enough to make the journey.
The movie wasn’t all bad though, as maybe I’m just being a little too critical. I had fun watching the movie, as usual, since Seagal just runs around for 90 minutes basically killing everyone he meets.
Spinning off a movie into a TV show is not an easy task. Sometimes it works (“MASH”, “Buffy the Vampire Slayer”), but many times they fail (“Fast Times at Ridgemont High”, “Ferris Bueller” among many others). But here’s the thing – when you opt to try and make a successful movie and turn it into a TV Series it’s best to do so at the height of its fame – and this case it would be 1999/2000.
I don’t even know where to begin with Triangle. The movie’s premise is completely different than what the flick turns out to be, which aggravated me right off the bat. You figure out shortly into the film that the killer is one of the group and then the movie turns out to be nothing of what it really should have been.
I’m not sure what it was about The Stepfather, but I didn’t overly enjoy nor dislike the movie. There were some decent movies, mostly amounting to Amber Heard, and then stop stupid moments mostly relating to the crappy plot with tons of plot holes confined within.
I like how the film started off with a song that states “I wanna die… I wanna die.” In all honesty, that’s how I felt after having to watch this so-called “film,” having wasted nearly two hours going through the movie and all of the crappy extras provided.
Chalk this up to yet another disappointing film of many disappointments. Surrogates never had the air of originality as it looked like a lighter and even cheaper version of I, Robot meets Terminator, but I still thought it could’ve been one hell of an entertaining movie. Well, I was partially satisfied yet at the end was left wanting more.
Surrogates, his latest action/thriller flick, under-performed at the theaters and has caused me to wonder if his appeal as an actor is truly gone from audiences. I can say that after watching the movie I heard nothing good about that his appeal really is gone.
I’m going to come right out and say it: I actually jumped a few times while watching Pandorum. There are literally scares, upon scares, upon Dennis Quaid trying to act throughout the whole movie. Yes, that was a clever zinger I put in there, don’t hate on me. Let’s get onto the box-office bomb Pandorum, although in my opinion the film should have been more successful during its brief theatrical run.
I’ve never really been a fan of “The Office”, either the British or the American version. I just never really “got” the show and the advertisements never appealed to me. Everyone I know says how great the show is, but I just don’t have the free time to watch the show in whatever season it’s in at this current time. Ricky Gervais tries yet again to break into American audience’s hearts with his latest farce, The Invention of Lying. Sadly though, like his past films, the movie isn’t funny […]