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Really long, but really good.
That's what she said.
Last edited by KG (December 27, 2008 (08:06am))
I finished whatching a heap of crappy scary movies I got for Christmas. Dad picked them up for $2 each and thought they'd be funny. He was wrong, very wrong, All of them where so terrible they weren't funny, I felt like smashing the TV in frustration.
Iron Man on DVD.
Last edited by DomeKen (December 27, 2008 (08:14am))
And maggosh needs to be funny again...
I liked it a lot. Some camera moves are just briljant made (with some help of CGI ofcourse).
The end was a bit predictable. But that doesn't matter.
The Dark Knight .... or night .... whatever.
EPIC. Now that I know what the joker does, he seems like a terrorist. In the older moves, he wasn't as "epic-ly violent" as he is now. The thing that creeped (sp) me out, was (you still can see the text, so if you don't want it to be ruined for you, don't read it!) TwoFace's face. It was like his face was blown of.... wait... it was . It still face weird, cause his face was bloody and then it dried up and... yeah.]
Last edited by KinzCove (July 17, 2012 (09:32am))
It was a very good film, I was shocked that there was 15 attempts to
kill Hitler but none of them worked.
I am going to see Valkyrie today. It sounds like it's going to be awesome.
Valkyrie was surprisingly tense, considering you already know they fail the assassination (omfg, spoilers).
Better than I expected, but the foregone conclusion really didn't help. The accents, or lack thereof also bothered me. However, the cast was excellent.
Got the Blu-ray disc for Christmas. (Actually my mom got it.)
Entertaining enough,with some excellent special effects work.Some strange book references such as a flying monkey and a strange,ticking,crocodile.
I remember liking the book; maybe I should see the film as well.
I am looking forward to seeing both Valkyrie and Inkheart. But as of right now, the last movie I watched was
Got it for Christmas, and loved it.
Nice film, really kept me at the edge of my seat.
Unbreakable is a great film.
Last edited by KinzCove (July 17, 2012 (09:36am))
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