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Old 09-08-2014, 01:22 AM   #14471 (permalink)
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Been forever since I've seen this. I've been watching a lot of older Disney/Pixar movies. The animations are just... amazing. Especially in this case. Just, knowing they must have done each frame hand by hand. The labor that went into these old animated films (not hand by hand in pixar's case obviously but still)... it's inspiring to see what someone so dedicated to their craft can accomplish. That said this movie still doesn't make a lick of sense.
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Old 09-08-2014, 02:16 AM   #14472 (permalink)
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Been forever since I've seen this. I've been watching a lot of older Disney/Pixar movies. The animations are just... amazing. Especially in this case. Just, knowing they must have done each frame hand by hand. The labor that went into these old animated films (not hand by hand in pixar's case obviously but still)... it's inspiring to see what someone so dedicated to their craft can accomplish. That said this movie still doesn't make a lick of sense.
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Old 09-08-2014, 02:44 AM   #14473 (permalink)
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There was about 30 or so minutes left in the movie, so if those last 30 minutes are like the greatest thing i've ever seen in movie history, than yes I have missed out, but I got to the point I was at and still was not convinced that it would get better.
If a Unicorn Massacre (performed by unicorns, not on unicorns) is not epic, I don't know what is :P
Seriously, this movie needs to be seen whole. You probably didn't get to the "wow, it's starting to make sense now, all these cliches.... all for a reason, huh?" moment. But it's there.
There's also one of the most if not the most epic endings but I won't spoil that.
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Old 09-08-2014, 09:59 AM   #14474 (permalink)
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They were showing this yesterday so i watched it



This is the worst Lethal weapon imo, Jet li is pretty good in it but he doesn't say much and he's too OP as an enemy, Chris Rock is just awful in it i mean sure he is a great comedian but he's not that good of an actor.

What i luv about the Lethal weapon movies is the sax cut aways
whenever something bad happens or something important happens they use a sax cut away that sounds all reflective..
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Old 09-08-2014, 10:17 AM   #14475 (permalink)
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There was about 30 or so minutes left in the movie, so if those last 30 minutes are like the greatest thing i've ever seen in movie history, than yes I have missed out, but I got to the point I was at and still was not convinced that it would get better.
So you didn't watch the last third of the movie. I'd say you really can't judge most movies without watching the whole thing. But Cabin in the Woods specifically is one where the third act is kind of what makes the movie.
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Old 09-08-2014, 08:03 PM   #14476 (permalink)
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Tucker and Dale vs Evil


First time seeing this and holy crap it's amazing. I don't know what I was expecting because I hadn't seen a trailer for it before, but it was honestly one of the best movies I've seen in a long time. The actors who play Tucker and Dale did such a superb job and the group of kids played the cliche "kids in the woods" very well. Highly recommended.
Such an underated film. I love how the humour is never forced but is jet black at the same time.

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gonna jump on this band wagon....Cabin in the Woods is brilliant
Hated it! Although there is one brilliant scene in the film regarding cages. Apart from that


I hadn't seen this this film for years and it is pretty terrible but utterly watchable just because of that brilliant last scene. Horror compendium at it's finest.
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A bunch of undeveloped characters that I couldn't care less about spend 90 minutes killing each other in extremely dull "action" sequences. Aside from some attractive landscape photography and the novelty of seeing McNulty from The Wire playing a Roman general, this movie had absolutely nothing of interest to offer.
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Old 09-13-2014, 05:56 PM   #14478 (permalink)
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This is a hilarious, dialogue driven political satire that combines British and American humour seamlessly. I loved it and if that description sounds like it's up your alley I'm quite sure that you will too.
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^ Love that movie. Not quite as good as TTOI, but still.
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Old 09-14-2014, 10:42 PM   #14480 (permalink)
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This movie never gets old. And don't call me Shirley.
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