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on District 9 (2009)
I like it. actually when I was first watch the film, I felt a little bit bore, but as the movie going on, it really attract me..http://www.behindthehype.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/08/district-9-trailer.jpg
on Eagle Eye (2008)
It must have been fun to be a part of this movie, all the police chases, gun shootings, explosions, etc. Too bad that didn't rub off on the film itself. Too unrealistic and because of that, it really became a drag to watch.
on Captains Courageous (1937)
Not very profound or noteworthy, but a solid film that's compelling and moving, with beats in the right places. Freddie Bartholomew's transition from spoiled little shit to decent human being is genuine enough to be convincing. The other actors also do a fine job, although Spencer Tracy's Portuguese accent sounds rather laughably like Chico Marx.
on Iceman (1984)
Nice of them to do an sf film that has nothing to do with rockets or aliens or anything, but it's not quite as moving or as poignant as the filmmakers hoped it would be
on Twelve Monkeys (1995)
Must see. Gilliam at his best here, and for once without a single bit of glib for to bring it down.
on All About Steve (2009)
This movie is remarkably unaware of its own failures, and is incredibly difficult to watch. Church has the funniest comedic moments, but calling that a high point is making a mountain out of a mole hill. Bullock's character is incredibly annoying, and it is unfathomable how she managed to make even imaginary friends in a world designed to provide them for her. This is a sad, pointless movie that should be avoided at all costs, it was excruciatingly difficult to sit through, I recommend you not.
on Scarface (1983)
One of the most overrated movie of the 20th century and one of the weaker performance by Pacino. A couple of cult scenes made this movie as big as it is, but behind that, it is too long, boring and shallow to be considered great. Aside from that it is a mildly enjoyable gangster movie.
on Pet Sematary (1989)
A classic film. I remember how much I freaked when I first saw many years ago.
on JCVD (2008)
I was excited about this project, since I like movies dealing on the fiction/reality shell such as Adaptation. I hardly saw it through. This is not necessarily a bad movie, but it doesn't take advantage of being "JCVD" except a single confession scene. Most of it I was thinking how extra contrast filters and sephia tone of the movie looks cheap, which doesn't reflect something good about the rest.
on Hot Rod (2007)
Lots of laugh-out-loud moments, but steadily declines in quality over its 80-odd minutes. Edit: Gets funnier with each viewing. I heartily endorse this film.