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Old March 21 2013, 08:20 PM   #166
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24. Jack the Giant Slayer: C+
25. Oz the Great and Powerful: B+
26. Olympus Has Fallen: A-
27. The Lives of Others: B+ (German film)
28. The Croods: B+

Went to a sneak of this last night. It was better than I thought. The trailers had me thinking it was going to be much more stupid funny but was more Looney Tunes funny which I was able to appreciate more. The two girls ages 11&12 loved it and their mother also found it very cute that came with me. Not to mention the audience was very reactionary at the right times. I think this film may just find an audience and coming out as schools across the US stagger their Spring Breaks is sure to help.

The father Grugg, voiced by Nic Cage, even has a few flip out moments that you'd expect in a live action performance by Cage. And Guy(the boyfriend character) manages to have his shirt off about the whole time as you'd expect from a voiced by Ryan Reynolds character. Sidekick animal 'Belt' is sure to become a favorite.

I saw it in 3-D and while I'm no fan of the gimmick found they utilized it pretty well at a steady pace throughout the film.
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Old March 23 2013, 11:13 AM   #167
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A Glimpse Inside the Mind of Charles Swan III - free admission
Safe - DVD
The Mechanic - DVD
Jack the Giand Slayer 3D - free admission
Happy People: A Year in the Taiga - free admission
The Wiz - free admission
Battlestar Galactica: Blood & Chrome - Unrated Exteded Edition - DVD
Jay and Silent Bob Go Down Under - Netflix Instant
Lewis Black: In God We Rust - Netflix Instant
Jackass: The Movie - Unrated - Netflix Instant
Mardi Gras Massacre - free admission
Battle Beyond the Stars - Netflix Instant
Oz the Great and Powerful 3D - free admission
Nashville - free admission
Fat Man Little Boy - Netflix Instant
Craig Ferguson: I'm Here to Help - Netflix Instant
Bring Me the Head of Alfredo Garcia - free admission
Josie and the Pussycats - free admission
Millennium - Netflix Instant
Trek Nation - Netflix Instant
Indecent Proposal - Netflix Instant
This Film is Not Yet Rated - Netflix Instant
The People vs George Lucas - Netflix Instant
Everybody's Fine - Netflix Instant
The Incredible Burt Wonderstone - free admission
The Call - free admission
Spring Breakers - employee screening

Spent my days ff watchin' Netflix.

Millennium was cheesy '80s scfi movie that I saw the trailer for a lot when I was a kid, but my dad would never let me rent it. Finally saw it...didn't much care for it.

TN was Eugene "Rod" Roddenberry's documentary lookin' at his father's legacy. He comes off as a bit of a tool, and there isn't much there for any fans of the franchise, no new insight at all.

IP was my 100th "new to me" movie of the year!

TFiNYR was a prett good documentary about the MPAA and how film ratings work.

TpvsGL just seemed like Star Wars fanboy outrage.

E'sF was an interestin' idea, about a widowed father goin' to see his adult children, but it bothered me that none of them had an honest relationship with him.

Thursday was spent at the Alamo Drafthouse.

Saw TIBW with my friend Carin. We both agreed that it started out slow, but got better. I thought Steve Buscemi's Antone was pretty funny, and its always cool to see James Gandolfini.

Followed that up with Halle Berry in The Call. Yeah, saw it just for Halle Berry. And, ya know, it was actually pretty good, 'til the endin'. Didn't much care for that...

And finally, an employee screenin' of Spring Breakers, which I didn't much care for at all. But it did premiere James Franco's new "don't talk" PSA, filmed durin' SxW, so there's that...

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Old March 24 2013, 01:24 AM   #168
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Updates in Bold:

Batman: The Mystery of the Batwoman (7)
Bleach Movie 4: Hell Verse (9)
Blood-C: The Last Dark (6)
Broken City (7)
Bullet to the Head (7)
Children Who Chase Lost Voices (7)
Dead Man Down (8)
Dragon Lord (6)
Fafner: Heaven and Earth (8)
Fairy Tail: Priestess of the Pheonix (8)
Gangster Squad (8)
A Good Day to Die Hard (7)
The Grey (8)
Hoshizora Kiseki (7)
The Illusionist (10)
The Last Stand (8)
Library War: Wings of Revolution (9)
Metal Skin Panic: Madox 01 (6)
Mardock Scramble: The Second Combustion-Theatrical version (9)
Operation Condor (7)
Operation Condor 2: Armour of God (5)
Parker (8)
Rurouni Kenshin (2012) (8)
Tripping the Rift: The Movie (6)
Tucker and Dale VS Evil (6)
Twin Dragons (7)

Current Total: 26
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Old March 25 2013, 12:37 AM   #169
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A Glimpse Inside the Mind of Charles Swan III - free admission
Safe - DVD
The Mechanic - DVD
Jack the Giand Slayer 3D - free admission
Happy People: A Year in the Taiga - free admission
The Wiz - free admission
Battlestar Galactica: Blood & Chrome - Unrated Exteded Edition - DVD
Jay and Silent Bob Go Down Under - Netflix Instant
Lewis Black: In God We Rust - Netflix Instant
Jackass: The Movie - Unrated - Netflix Instant
Mardi Gras Massacre - free admission
Battle Beyond the Stars - Netflix Instant
Oz the Great and Powerful 3D - free admission
Nashville - free admission
Fat Man Little Boy - Netflix Instant
Craig Ferguson: I'm Here to Help - Netflix Instant
Bring Me the Head of Alfredo Garcia - free admission
Josie and the Pussycats - free admission
Millennium - Netflix Instant
Trek Nation - Netflix Instant
Indecent Proposal - Netflix Instant
This Film is Not Yet Rated - Netflix Instant
The People vs George Lucas - Netflix Instant
Everybody's Fine - Netflix Instant
The Incredible Burt Wonderstone - free admission
The Call- free admission
Spring Breakers - employee screening
Mad Dog and Glory - Netflix Instant
The Wild Bunch - free admission
Trekkies - Netflix Instant

Because I watched Everybody's Fine on Netflix the other day, Mad Dog and Glory was on a recommendations list. So, I watched it...interestin' to see Robert De Niro play a cowardly cop while Bill Murray is supposed to be a tough guy mobster. But other than the role reversal, it wasn't that good a movie.

Went over to the Ritz yesterday to see the "Tough Guy Cinema" showin' of The Wild Bunch. That was a good western. William Holden was awesome.

Watchin' Trekkies on Netflix Instant now, before I have to go to work tonight.
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Old March 25 2013, 05:15 PM   #170
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25. Oz the Great and Powerful: B+
26. Olympus Has Fallen: A-
27. The Lives of Others: B+ (German film)
28. The Croods: B+
29. Jennifers Body: D+

This Megan Fox and Amanda Seyfried film about a demon possessed hottie(Jennifer) and her nerdy BFF since childhood(Needy) at it's core has a story that could work. The execution of it was just underwhelming.

They live in a rural town where everyone seemingly knows each other. An up and coming band comes out to play and local bar. The band, Low Shoulder, wants to strike it big and be the next Maroon 5(yes that's a line in the film). They are going to sacrifice a virgin to a demon god that will grant them the power, fame, glory and ritches they seek.

Jennifer comes onto them and after an entrancing music number(which puts the whole place under a spell) the leave with Jennifer to be their sacrifice. Oops, she's not a virgin. If you sacrifice a non-virgin then the demon is allowed to be freed and inhabit the body and essentially feed on souls at will vs waiting for sacrifices.

The movie doesn't at all explain how Needy seemingly has super hearing early in the film. It's trying to establish some super BFF link by a flashback to Needy sucking the blood off of Jennifers finger when they were like 5. This connection is what keeps the two linked throughout the film.

The acting is just really OTT, even for a demon possession film. It's unintentionally funny imo in places. I think with some tweaking of the script and better talent to handle it this could've been something. However, AS IS, it's pretty lackluster.
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Old March 25 2013, 09:58 PM   #171
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35. Amour (A-)

I finally got a chance to see the feel-bad movie of last year, completing with set of Best Picture nominees for 2012. It's a very humane and intelligent look at the depressing final moments in the generally happy life of an old married couple, and probably about as good a movie as could be made on this subject. Virtually a two-person show, and both actors are terrific.

36. Moulin Rouge (B)

High-octane nonsense, which has a number of quite brilliant moments, and some lovely music, but it never quite becomes (for me, anyway; a lot of people obviously disagree with this) the transcendant emotional experience it clearly wants to be. MacGregor and Kidman are very appealing leads; Broadbent and Roxburgh appear to be competing over who can be the more cartoonish.

Cinema: 9 (+1)
Home Video: 26 (+1)
Computer: 1
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Old March 26 2013, 03:51 AM   #172
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A Glimpse Inside the Mind of Charles Swan III - free admission
Safe - DVD
The Mechanic - DVD
Jack the Giand Slayer 3D - free admission
Happy People: A Year in the Taiga - free admission
The Wiz - free admission
Battlestar Galactica: Blood & Chrome - Unrated Exteded Edition - DVD
Jay and Silent Bob Go Down Under - Netflix Instant
Lewis Black: In God We Rust - Netflix Instant
Jackass: The Movie - Unrated - Netflix Instant
Mardi Gras Massacre - free admission
Battle Beyond the Stars - Netflix Instant
Oz the Great and Powerful 3D - free admission
Nashville - free admission
Fat Man Little Boy - Netflix Instant
Craig Ferguson: I'm Here to Help - Netflix Instant
Bring Me the Head of Alfredo Garcia - free admission
Josie and the Pussycats - free admission
Millennium - Netflix Instant
Trek Nation - Netflix Instant
Indecent Proposal - Netflix Instant
This Film is Not Yet Rated - Netflix Instant
The People vs George Lucas - Netflix Instant
Everybody's Fine - Netflix Instant
The Incredible Burt Wonderstone - free admission
The Call- free admission
Spring Breakers - employee screening
Mad Dog and Glory - Netflix Instant
The Wild Bunch - free admission
Trekkies - Netflix Instant
Bad Teacher - Unrated - DVD
Salt - Unrated Director's Cut - DVD
30 Minutes or Less - DVD

Watched the unrated versions of two movies I've already watched.

First up, Bad Teacher, which showed more of Cameron Diaz's attempts to land a rich husband after her engagement ended. Seems like all the language and jokes were the same as the theatrical cut, just a few added scenes.

Followed that up with the director's cut of Salt, one of three versions of the movie on the DVD. Watched the theatrical cut last year. The director's cut seemed to have a couple more flashbacks than I remember and the endin' is a bit different.

Just about to finish 30 Minutes or Less on DVD...can't believe Jesse Eisenberg went from an Oscar-nominated role in The Social Network to this.
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Old March 27 2013, 09:04 PM   #173
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26. Olympus Has Fallen: A-
27. The Lives of Others: B+ (German film)
28. The Croods: B+
29. Jennifers Body: D+
30. Evil Dead (2013 remake): B+

Attended a free screening of this with a crowd that seemed largely to be die hards of if not Evil Dead then horror in general. The crowd really seemed to like it either way.
I'm no Evil Dead purist but I appreciated the way they largely adhered to the structure and gave us updates of memorable moments.

For fear of getting into spoiler mode I'm only going to say that it's not a note-by-note remake. It does it's own thing enough to make it unique but still be Evil Dead. I also think that ones view of what is acceptable types of humor in a horror film will play a role in people grading this. By no means are lines written and delivered with the intent to be funny but situationally they are even while the delivery may not be. It's just a few times but the audience, myself included, found them well timed.

It's very gory and got a few jumps. The 50yr old man to my left and the 30yr old woman just down from me both were very easy to get. They got me once or twice also.

!!!!!STAY THROUGH THE CREDITS!!!!!!!
Not only is there material there but brief 3sec scene at the end. When the credits go all black it's not over.
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Old March 28 2013, 03:51 PM   #174
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51. G.I. Joe: Retaliation (✩✩✩) - Theatre - My review is here. Basically, it had a weak and scattered story, but it captured the spirit of G.I. Joe better than the first movie did.

Theatre: 7
Blu-ray: 5
DVD: 13
Live TV: 12
Download: 13
YouTube: 1
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A Glimpse Inside the Mind of Charles Swan III - free admission
Safe - DVD
The Mechanic - DVD
Jack the Giand Slayer 3D - free admission
Happy People: A Year in the Taiga - free admission
The Wiz - free admission
Battlestar Galactica: Blood & Chrome - Unrated Exteded Edition - DVD
Jay and Silent Bob Go Down Under - Netflix Instant
Lewis Black: In God We Rust - Netflix Instant
Jackass: The Movie - Unrated - Netflix Instant
Mardi Gras Massacre - free admission
Battle Beyond the Stars - Netflix Instant
Oz the Great and Powerful 3D - free admission
Nashville - free admission
Fat Man Little Boy - Netflix Instant
Craig Ferguson: I'm Here to Help - Netflix Instant
Bring Me the Head of Alfredo Garcia - free admission
Josie and the Pussycats - free admission
Millennium - Netflix Instant
Trek Nation - Netflix Instant
Indecent Proposal - Netflix Instant
This Film is Not Yet Rated - Netflix Instant
The People vs George Lucas - Netflix Instant
Everybody's Fine - Netflix Instant
The Incredible Burt Wonderstone - free admission
The Call- free admission
Spring Breakers - employee screening
Mad Dog and Glory - Netflix Instant
The Wild Bunch - free admission
Trekkies - Netflix Instant
Bad Teacher - Unrated - DVD
Salt - Unrated Director's Cut - DVD
30 Minutes or Less - DVD
Burn After Reading - DVD
Straw Dogs (2011) - DVD
The Croods 3D - free admission
The ABC's of Death - free admission
G.I. Joe: Retaliation 3D - free admission
Admission - free admission

Watched two more $3 DVDs from Big Lots the other day...BAR was insanely stupid and SD was incredibly violent.

Went out to see The Croods 3D for free...was hopin' to see the Die Hard at the White House movie, but missed the showtime. Croods was pretty good..nice voice cast, good animation, and it was pretty fun.

Followed that up with a second viewin' of The Incredible Burt Wonderstone with my friend Alex, and then ABCs of Death. That was actually not terrible...an anthology movie where 26 directors were each given a letter of the alphabet, had to come up with a word for that letter, and then depict how death relates to that word. I think C, D, M, T & Q were my favorites.

Watched the alternate endin' for Chernobyl Diaries on blu ray the other night...not countin' it, though, since it was just a special feature, not part of a rewatch of the movie with the new endin'. And the theatrical endin' was way better.

Watched the Marvel one shot 'Item 47' on blu ray the other night, too.

Saw the new GI JOE movie last night in 3D. Aside from the ninja fight on the side of the mountain, there's really no need for this movie to have been in 3D. That fight was awesome, though.

Saw Admission today...meh. Didn't like it much at all.
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37. The Artist (A-)

In 2011 I preferred Hugo to this, but on revisiting them this year, I think this is in fact the better film. It's more consistent, plot-wise, in particular. Dujardin and Bejo are perfect for the roles, and really do come across like 20s film stars. Rewatching also made me recognize Freddy from Mad Men as the cop who Uggy retrieves to save George. The whole thing is effortlessly charming.

Cinema: 9
Home Video: 27 (+1)
Computer: 1
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Old March 31 2013, 01:15 AM   #177
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Updates in Bold:

Asura (4)
Batman: The Mystery of the Batwoman (7)
Bleach Movie 4: Hell Verse (9)
Blood-C: The Last Dark (6)
Broken City (7)
Bullet to the Head (7)
Children Who Chase Lost Voices (7)
Dead Man Down (8)
Dragon Lord (6)
Fafner: Heaven and Earth (8)
Fairy Tail: Priestess of the Pheonix (8)
Gangster Squad (8)
GI Joe: Retaliation (8)
A Good Day to Die Hard (7)
The Grey (8)
Hoshizora Kiseki (7)
The Illusionist (10)
The Last Stand (8)
Library War: Wings of Revolution (9)
Metal Skin Panic: Madox 01 (6)
Mardock Scramble: The Second Combustion-Theatrical version (9)
Operation Condor (7)
Operation Condor 2: Armour of God (5)
Parker (8)
Rurouni Kenshin (2012) (8)
Tripping the Rift: The Movie (6)
Tucker and Dale VS Evil (6)
Twin Dragons (7)

Current Total: 28
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For those who have Netflix streaming, there's an independent film called Amber Alert that is a really tense suspense film. Some people filming a day trip start following a car whose license matched an amber alert sign. This is the kind of indie where family members are cast and crew, but it's quite good nonetheless.

Andrew Niccol did an amazing job with The Host. The source material is obiously florid melodrama. It's based on a novel by the Twilight girl, Stephenie Meyer. The heroine is a volcano erupting emo but the movie as a whole has an adamatine commitment to its OTT. Niccol manages to make a decent wallet out of a sow's ear. Very impressive in a way. And also vastly more entertaining than Olymbus Has Fallen.
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27. The Lives of Others: B+ (German film)
28. The Croods: B+
29. Jennifers Body: D+
30. Evil Dead (2013 remake): B+
31. G.I. Joe: Retaliation: B

This is a very solid film. Hard to believe perhaps after the very uneven, divisive and mischaracterized first film. If the first film did anything right it was to actually set up the pieces that allowed this film to feel much more like G.I. Joe.

It corrected itself by not having the over the top humor that Wayans Ripcord played. I don't even blame Wayans as he's a funny guy. This movie, that role just wasn't a good fit for the film, he only played the role as he was hired to do so. I blame the script that felt that was necessary. The bad humor was only one thing they corrected. They also made the tech much more of a tiny jump ahead of normal instead of into sci-fi tech territory. The f/x was also much better as to not be distracting as the finale was in the first film.

This film does have humor but it's better placed and within better context of character moments. The character of Flint is really bland. The character within the Joe world commands plenty of authority himself and here he was portrayed as essentially a Lieutenant, which any character could interchangeable have been. The smaller cast also makes it feel a bit un-Joe, especially with so much focus on Johnson's Roadblock. Despite Bruce Willis' General Colton only having about 15min or so combined screen time in the last 2/3 of the film he felt more integral than Flint.

Adrianne Palicki shines as Lady Jaye. I really think the reason Flint is used was due solely to how these two are linked in the mythos. There is a nice moment with her and Colton at the end of the film that ties up her character arc. Her performance here makes me wish a stronger scripted Wonder Woman show for her had happened.

Snake Eyes, Storm Shadow, Cobra Commander are all equally well done. CC is improved upon from the first. I like Ray Stevenson and his Firefly was fun to watch.

I'd be much more inclined to support a sequel to this now. I'd like to bring back Baroness and Scarlett. General Hawk should be an easy return as well among others(without being spoilery). Destro seems set up for a third film most likely.
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Updates in Bold:

Asura (4)
Batman: The Mystery of the Batwoman (7)
Bleach Movie 4: Hell Verse (9)
Blood-C: The Last Dark (6)
Broken City (7)
Bullet to the Head (7)
Children Who Chase Lost Voices (7)
Dead Man Down (8)
Dragon Lord (6)
Fafner: Heaven and Earth (8)
Fairy Tail: Priestess of the Pheonix (8)
Gangster Squad (8)
GI Joe: Retaliation (8)
A Good Day to Die Hard (7)
The Grey (8)
Hoshizora Kiseki (7)
The Illusionist (10)
The Last Stand (8)
Library War: Wings of Revolution (9)
The Man With the Iron Fists (6)
Metal Skin Panic: Madox 01 (6)
Mardock Scramble: The Second Combustion-Theatrical version (9)
Niji-iro Hotaru (Rainbow Fireflies) (9)
Operation Condor (7)
Operation Condor 2: Armour of God (5)
Parker (8)
Rurouni Kenshin (2012) (8)
Tripping the Rift: The Movie (6)
Tucker and Dale VS Evil (6)
Twin Dragons (7)

Current Total: 30
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