Tristan & Isolde
Hereafter - Pretty good. Not a Damon fan but hey, he's only 1/3 of the film :P
Battle: LA.... AWESOME!
The only way to predict the future is to invent it.
Tekken - Uhm... Watchable. Wasn't as fun as Dead or Alive, but was probably better in a lot of areas. Didn't like the fact that Jinn was just a kid. Wanted more Yoshimitsu as well
Tangled on bluray. great movie. the PQ and AQ was amazing!
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My Blu-ray collection.
Sucker Punch 6/10
Piranha 3D 7/10 (or maybe 8/10)
Over the past few weeks:
Star Wars, episode 2: Attack of the Clones
Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen
Tropa de Elite 2 Not as perfect (for me) as the first one, but it deserves a 4.5 stars nonetheless
Si vis pacem para bellum...
"The Next Three Days"
"You know why the departures and the arrivals at LAX are on separate levels? So the 30,000 heartbreakers that come here each month don't notice the 30,000 that are leaving with their hearts broken."
BloodRayne 2: Deliverance: - Not a pile of crap like the first, just a bad B-movie - 3/10
The Ghost and the Darkness (1996) - a pure classic!
Uwe Böll's Postal: Oh, you made it Boll! A movie I liked. - 6/10
Limitless - Very fun
Last movie I watched was "Robot Monster". I loved it. It's a piece of crap, but it's a good piece of crap. At least, that's how I feel.
Return to Oz on DVD: Fantastic underrated and very dark sequel to The Wizard of Oz from Disney as it's Fairuza Balk's debut before she was The Waterboy's gal pal. I saw this 3 times in theaters when i was 4 years old when it came out and it scared me the first time but got use to it, if you like a well done and dark fantasy movie in the Pan's Labyrinth tradition i recommend this one and even Jim Henson was involved.
Pan's Labyrinth on Blu-Ray: saw this 3 times in theaters and it's a masterpiece of horror, drama and fantasy together as it's the best movie of Guillermo Del Toro's career. Made me cry and captured my imagination, a great Mexican-Spanish import.
The Elephant Man on DVD: What can i say? one of the 80's best movies! a purely powerful and sad drama from David Lynch which was one of his only 2 hollywood major studio movies and this earned him awards at the academy even for best picture nomination. Anthony Hopkins is fantastic as the doctor who help's John Hurt's tortured soul of a disfigured man. Loved it since i was 12 when i saw it on HBO and moved me since as it's one of those movies that will make you cry.
House of the Dead, Alone in The Dark and Bloodrayne were turkeys all the way.
Appleseed: Ex Machina - Nearly as beautiful and awesome as the first. Watched as Blu-Ray and it was pure visual bliss. Soundtrack, voice acting, visuals, atmosphere was superb. Love the new way Appleseed has gone.
"I won't be wronged, I won't be insulted, and I won't be laid a hand on. I don't do these things to other people and I expect the same from them."
-John Wayne (The Shootist)
Watched "The Room" last night on [adult swim]. I heard a lot about this movie and how legendary it was, so I watched it and I was NOT disappointed. If you haven't seen it, you must watch it ASAP.
Michael Bay: Speed http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cE1qfi_Avto
Oh, god... this guy is seriously getting better at each movie. Really good war-drama, extremely harsh and pessimistic.
Lol, I've only seen YouTube clips of this. Legendary. "I did not hit hurr. It's not true. It's bulls#!+. I did not hit hurr. I did naahhhht. Oh, hi Mark."Originally Posted by TIMtationX
Sucker Punch! Not what i expected, but good.