Stone In Love - Journey
Rose of the Devil's Garden - Tiger Army
Don't Change - INXS
Highway Song - Blackfoot
Tonight She Comes - The Cars
Last movie: Mega-Shark Vs Octopus!!!
Terrible for something from 2009 in all respects. For bad movie lovers, awesome.
Yes, I still do want to see another RB game in hopes to revive the love.
It was like a bird of rarest-spun heaven metal or like silvery wine flowing in a spaceship, gravity all nonsense now.
i like movies where people die.
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The Losers - 6/10
Nothing awful, but nothing special either about this men on a mission flick. Hopefully the A-Team (haven't seen it yet) and The Expendables will be better.
Knight and Day - 7/10
Decent but instantly forgettable action/comedy. Cruise does his thing, smiles, puts on sunglasses etc. Basically plays himself, as usual. (I know there are exceptions to this, like Magnolia and Born on the 4th of July) Cameron Diaz plays an annoying ditz, which is basically her standard role as well.
Toy Story 3 - 9/10
This may get a higher rating on a second viewing, there were some annoying older kids in the theater that were distracting (I can handle little kids talking, I mean they don't know any better and they're just excited about the movie, but these twerps knew better). But it was a great continuation of the story, I loved all the daycare stuff, complete with a midnight jailbreak and an evil warden, awesome.
Big Bad Mama - 6/10
Second rate Bonnie and Clyde knockoff, produced by Roger Corman. Suprisingly not that entertaining, even on an exploitation level, despite Angie Dickinson's many nude scenes. William Shatner was pretty funny as a wimpy conman sporting a lousy southern accent.
Band of Outsiders
A minute of silence/10
Many thrown oranges on an escalator/10
Classic cheesy 80's horror movie!
Forgetting Sarah Marshall. liked it.
Now I'm in love with Mila Kunis.
In my bed I watch TV
I'm drunk by noon, but that's OK
I'll be President some day