We saw Hot Tub Time Machine tonight and were grossly disappointed by the vulgarity and predictability of it. We didn't go in expecting Shakespeare, but I honestly felt like leaving partway.
Going to see A-Team tomorrow afternoon. Have much higher hopes for that one
Watched a few over a recent vacation...
Brothers- Very well done, but a huge downer... maybe a little too much for me to enjoy, but still a good movie.
Jennifer's Body- Yeah, wasn't expecting much from this one, didn't get much either. Decent if you know what you're getting yourself into.
(500) Days of Summer- I absolutely LOVED this movie. Zooey Deschanel = <3 and the overall message was something I really needed to hear.
Eden Log- Very obscure, and very, very strange. An atmospheric, foreign, indie sci-fi film. I had to read a plot summary afterwards to even begin to comprehend it
The Hangover- Okay, I'm way late to the party, but this is probably one of the funniest movies I've ever seen.
I bought the blu-ray's of both of the Burton Batman films. First time I had properly seen either one in a long time. The original hasn't aged real well but is still pretty fun. Returns has aged better and still looks great, but man is it weird at times. I still kind of wish Burton had done a third one, I'd've loved to see his take on Scarecrow.
Opeth, Symphony X, Dream Theater, In Flames, Dark Tranquillity, Arch Enemy, Elvuitie, Epica, Nightwish, Arctic Monkeys, Cream
Watchmen. The film itself was middle of the road, some parts were overly long and stale, others fun and intresting.
It certainly gets points for having Mickey be one of the villians. I'm glad to see his career recovered after the "lifts" incedent Kramer got him caught up in.
Death at a Funeral.
Sorta funny, Tracy Morgan was the best part.
watching quarantine. im glad im watching this during the daytime
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