Discussion in 'Sports and Entertainment Center' started by AndyMarquisLive, Jul 10, 2013.
Was Catching Fire any good?
I loved it, but then again, I am a Hunger Games fan boy.
I didn't think I'd like the first one but I did. Maybe it's just because I like Jennifer Lawrence. LOL
The Heat was pretty bad.
Planes was really good watching it with the GG Kids.
Whitehouse down was better than I thought it would be.
42 the story of Jackie Robinson. Pretty good movie.
The Truman Show
I'm going to be a bit more paranoid for a while.
R.I.P.D., I enjoyed it
Actually saw this one tonight. Outstanding.
Godzilla is back.
doesn't look to bad.
Anyhting has to be better than the Matthew Broderick version...
Red 2, not as good as the first one but still good.
Looks like Anchorman 2 didn't do quite as well as people thought. It didn't make #1 and just barely made more money than the original.
12 Years a Slave - Very good
I didn't like it. The 1st one was better.
Watched a film last night called Antisocial. Pretty good considering it had no name actors.
I finally saw the Desolation of Smaug last night. Enjoyed it. Couple things I didn't like, but that was just me being picky. Can't wait for the third movie to come out.
I posted it in the racing movies thread but I'll post it here as well. Rush is a fantastic movie.
Frozen in watching movies, Man of Steel was good but a little too long.
Good movie to test if you lack empathy.
Almost made me cried.
2 Guns, run of the mill good guy's bad guy's script but fun to watch.
Elysium, another futuristic haves and have nots story but also fun to watch.
Recently a movie was released called Storage 24. It made a grand total of..........$72.
My wife rented "The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones" from Redbox last night. I had no choice in picking it out and it's not really so much my favorite type of movie, but it was really good for what it was. That Lily Collins is really gorgeous and that didn't hurt at all. I just found out that Phil Collins is her dad. That's kind of cool.
I just watched it and it didn't stand up to the hype but it was okay.
Prisoners was outstanding. Not a single dull moment in 2.5 hours.
Despicable Me 2, wasn't quite as good as the first one, but not bad for what it is.
Rented The Lone Ranger. It is an odd movie about Clayton becoming the Lone Ranger, I thought it was OK. I enjoyed he last half hour the most with a lot of action such as The Lone Ranger riding Silver on top of a train and jumping onto another one (just nuts) with the theme music going full blast.
The fighting sequences definitely dragged on endlessly it seemed.
Yeah, I finally got to watch that a couple of weeks ago. I felt like it started out kind of slow but things really picked up in the last 30-45 minutes. Overall it was pretty decent.
Every now and then I watch Turner Classic Movies, and a few days ago I saw one called Magnificent Obsession, with Jane Wyman and Rock Hudson. It was one of those that I just kind of stumbled upon, not thinking much of it at first, and then it sucked me in. It was a good, old school romantic flick, from the mid '50s and in color, just how I like 'em.
Recently watched Man's Favorite Sport with Paula Prentiss and Rock Hudson. It's a mad cap comedy from the 60's about a fishing expert who has never fished.
Prisoners, 12 years a slave, wolf of Wall Street, and American hustle are all really good. I also thought Don Jon was hilarioushilarious
Wolverine was OK for what it was, but predictable.
So im watching this movie called Wreckage.There is a scene where this guy is racing another dude down the road. He's alone in the car. Then when he breaks down and gets out, he suddenly has his three friends with him. They weren't in the car, weren't driving behind him.....they just showed up out of thin air.
Maybe Scotty beamed'em down.
That's the only thing I can think of. Talk about some God awful directing.
Still not as bad as "Zyzzyx Road", which holds the record for lowest grossing film of all time. It cost $1.25 million to make and grossed $20 at the box office.
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