Discussion in 'Community' started by Count Yubnub, Dec 11, 2013.
They've still got a television series coming out later this year.
Because you fancy the pants off gina gershon
I hope that it might redeem them, as well as it might redeem Straczynski for Legend of the Regers.
After seeing G.G. in the film Killer Joe, it has put me off her forever!
GG lost a few positive points after an episode of curb your enthusiasm, but she is truly beautiful
Channing Tatum took his shirt off. Maybe Mila Kunis too. But probably not. Probably just Channing.
Roger Ebert did not like Fight Club, nor Full Metal Jacket, nor A Clockwork Orange, and yet.
If I recall correctly, he absolutely hated The Usual Suspects as well.
He also liked all three of the Star Wars prequels.
Fight Club was awful and somewhat juvenile.
This movie was ridiculous and cheesy and I loved every single minute of it.
What happened to Sean Bean?
SEAN BEAN LIVED!
Glad to see I am not the only Devil´s advocate here. I wouldn´t go as far as you, but I still had to enjoy it on a certain level.
Jabberwocky is awful and somewhat juvenile
Guess that means the sequel Uranus Expanding is officially off.
And look at what happened to him
It was okay. Visually very impressive, and the action sequences are top notch.
As far as the overall tone and feel of the movie, it's like a really fun hybrid of The Matrix, Dune, John Carter, Chronicles of Riddick and Terry Gilliam's Brazil.
I've seen far, far worse big budget sci-fi pictures over the years, believe me.
All the press I've read - even during its filming have been negative, but that was the same for world war z, and that did ok in the end
Saw it yesterday.
Eddie Redmayne was ****ing hilarious. Loved Terry Gilliam's cameo since that whole 5 minute sequence was a wonderful homage to Brazil.
It's....a really strange movie.
Terrible. Awful, excruciating, execrable. Bewildering, bad.
What a waste. The only humor was a 2 minute cameo of Gilliam.
The action scenes were a mess, artless, pointless. Everything needed editing from the script to the design to the scenes.
How did my comment lead to a retrospective on the career of Roger Ebert exactly?
Some films are meant to be great pieces of art. Some are meant to tell stories. And some are just meant to be ridiculously stupid but so much fun.
And all three are perfectly fine.
And some fail to do anything they set out to. Those are the ones we make a huge thread ridiculing.
Making a relation that even the most respected fim critics do not like movies that become loved so despite this movies bad reviews I might like it?