I’ve been trying to catch up on all the new films and old ones for that matter also. God what I’ve missed. When one is as poor as a church mouse one hasn’t a lot of opportunities to see and fall in love with films. I just watch three that no one else really liked. But even though they had not much to go on they gave me a moment to escape and isn’t that what movies are for. I liked John Carter, I thought it fun and wouldn’t mind seeing a few more of the series. Thor, Not the best Thor but Loki was very well done. I like the bad guys sometimes. Battleship. Well what can I say. If they had ditched Rihanna I think it would have been a lot better off. All in all they gave me some place to go for a few hours. Reality sucks so watching films like these three took my mind off the world. I recommend something stupid and foolish every once in awhile. And don’t look at dialogue or acting abilities so much just go for the fun of it.
I’m back. I know it’s been a long time and I’m sorry. I really have to get better at this. Any way, just watched Assault on Precinct 13. Not the original but the 2005 one. Now I’m a fan of action, love it better then anything else. So for me this was a I thought a good choice. It truned out I was right. it was a good choice. I’m not going to get into the why’s and wherefore’s of the production and the actors strength’s or weaknesses. Let’s just say I liked it, a lot better then the 1976 model. And if you haven’t noticed I do kinda like Gabriel Byrne. He plays a bad guy and I never really understood why he never really got the good roles. You know leading men to die for roles. Well in this film I finally figured it out. He dies well. So Now I won’t be so sad when he doesn’t get the lead. Ethan Hawke Looks more like a crack head, he’s so thin. And Lawrence Fishburne Does a good job. This may or may not be your cup of tea but for me it was worth a look. Just wish they’d not had all those women. Kinda took away a lot of the action that could have been in it. But the fem fatal I understand. All in all a good film for a rainy day with popcorn.. I will give it a three and half stars.
I got to watch Vanity Fair this past week.I was liking it till the end. Not enough of it. Lost my train of thought be back later.
got to see tangled again like that film. It’s a little bit better in the love part than the other Disney movies of the past it’s not so untouchable. I really do like you and the horse is the funniest thing I’ve ever seen. This isn’t going to be a long post. I just wanted to say how much I really like tangled. Hugs and kisses to all till we meet again
Russel Crowe is so far the best Robin Hood. Watched it last night,(dvd). I know I’m late watching but I’m new to the world of computers. Really the only thing I have to say about is I liked it. Not because of Russel Crowe, Okay yes because of him. But I found it to be more historically correct and that is something I like to see in Films. There was one thing tho. THEY DID NOT HAVE CORN IN EUROPE AT THAT TIME. It would be another two hundred years before corn would show up there. But over all for being what it was, FUN, I did enjoy it. I will be watching it again. Just for the way it takes out of reality for awhile.
Why is it that one person in Hollywood thinks “hey lets make a 3D movie”, EVERY ONE JUMPS ON IT. I for one do not like 3D. You see I wear glasses trifocal glasses. They are not fun to wear but I have to. 3D for me a headache in the making. I some times have a hard time with 2D trying to keep up with everything. 3D is for movie students not for the big guns. I know why they did it. MONEY. That’s all and to do it on films that have already been out for years is simply a new way to make more money. What happened to new an exciting new ideas. Is there no more writers in Hollywood that have a new thought. Well just so you know I don’t begrudge them for making money, but please someone come up with an original idea. Give us something that we really want to see and PLEASE no more 3D. That’s it for tonight I post more later.. OOO’s and XXX’s