"Lethal Weapon 2" was the best - and could have been a lot better, if not for Executive Meddling. And if it had been allowed to be released, we'd have been spared the abysmal 3 and 4 (which i never bothered to see after ejecting 3 halfway through..). (Can you guess what the suits made them change after focus group showings?)
I’m probably one of the few people that didn’t see The Amazing Spider Man when it was in theaters. I had that feeling that it was an unnecessary movie since there was an entire trilogy available. My husband is a comic fanatic and so he convinced me to add this film to our queue. I have to admit that even with mixed reviews I’m curious now to see if it really is worth watching. My co-worker swears that this one is the best out of all the Spidey movies. We’ll see how I feel after I’ve seen it. I do appreciate your recap of the special features since sometimes that interests me more than the actual film. I’m also really interested in Arthur Christmas since that is a film my kids haven’t seen yet. It sounds charming and funny. It may end up as part of our collection.
She certainly should have been nominated with her talent from many roles; it surprises me that it's taken this long for her to get a lead role to begin with. I saw "We Need to Talk about Kevin” last week on one of my business trips during a layover and was thrilled. All the performances were amazing, but John C. Reilly blew me away; he has been coming out of his element in dramatic roles beautifully. I find the entire idea of how tragedies have been dealt with in this country to be close to an American nightmare. Seeing a film that takes the alternative eye through Eva's standpoint is eloquent and breathtaking.
it was a fascinating movie and a super psychological thriller! I really loved Swinton's performance too! and yes, it's a pity that she wasn't nominated for Oscars.
I’m a huge Tilda Swinton fan; I can’t agree with you more because every film she chooses she rocks. After reading your review, I am sure this is not an exception. A nod probably does not even come close to doing her justice. I have not had my chance to see “We Need to Talk About Kevin”. I’m looking forward to seeing this unique film starring one of my favorite actresses.
I love "Robocop" - such a classic satirical sci-fi film.
Matt Brunson may or may not be a sorry excuse for a person and film reviewer, but his take on Apocalypto is totally biased and personally prejudiced, by suggesting Gibson is sadistic to a fault and has become cinema's reigning gore-to guy.
Matt: go see Quentin Tarantino, Martin Scorcese, Clinet Eastwood, Sam Pekinpah and a whole host of real gore-fest guys and then make a real assessment.
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