Sunday, October 24, 2010

Ask me anything

Saturday, October 23, 2010


1973, starring Yul Brenner as a robot you hardly see.

This movie can be described with a simple mathematical equation.

Total Recall + Jurassic Park - Plot = Westworld

It was a fun movie, but there was no plot, there wasn't even a story line. You know how when you watch Napoleon Dynamite and you think, "This is just a bunch of funny stuff that happened." Well, when you watch Westworld you might think, "This is just a bunch of kinda cool stuff that happened." Except it wasn't as awesome as Napoleon Dynamite.

The saddest part was when they killed the guy that looked like Christian Bale. "Batman! Noooo!" (But I don't remember why that was the best part. Seems like a weird thing to say.)

All in all, they were a bunch of larpers! LARPERS!

Saturday, October 16, 2010


To quote a better movie, "I think I'm going to have a heart attack and die of not surprised."

As in- I'm not surprised this movie was dull. I mean, I had high hopes that it would be awesome. I hoped it would be like Live Free or Die Hard, or... Die Hard, or The 5th Element, or some other awesome Bruce Willis movie... or even some other awesome Morgan Freeman movie but it wasn't.... It wasn't even some other awesome Helen Mirren movie.

I thought John Malcovich was funny... but he was probably just playing himself.

Thursday, October 14, 2010


Yet again, I'm writing a blog post because of something someone said that annoyed me.

Yet again, I feel no inclination to prove myself to said person, but I would like to state a few facts.

That's why I give you...
Several reasons why Batman is the greatest superhero:

1. He has no super powers besides cha-ching and revenge!
2. He's dark, brooding, mysterious, tough, smart, rich....
3. He has the best villains, (apart from the Penguin, Mr. Freeze and some other dorks.)

Feel free to add on to the list I've started.

(It should be noted that "Batman and Robin" was the worst movie ever created.)

Thursday, October 7, 2010

Alice in Wonderland

Let's get a few things straight.

Yesterday in class two morons behind me were discussing Alice in Wonderland... (already, not a good sign.) I didn't hear them entirely but I heard someone say, "Disney movie," in *that* tone. As if the "new" movie, WHICH IS ALSO DISNEY BY THE WAY, is somehow better than the animated classic! PSH-SHA!

The animated classic "Alice in Wonderland" is one of the greatest movies ever. I don't quote any movie as much as I quote this one... not even "Mean Girls."

The Social Network Official Trailer -In theatres Oct 1 2010

Saturday, October 2, 2010

The Social Network

I had my doubts about this movie. I thought, "Wow. Snore-fest 2010." However, from the very first scene I was mesmerized. The characters are so interesting and real. 

What bores us about movies LIKE this is the 2 dimensional characters. This is not an issue with The Social Network.

Justin Timberlake doesn't bother me nearly as much as I'd like him to, (at least in regards to this movie.)

This movie was phenomenal. I'm inclined to say it was one of the better movies I've seen all year. It was less about "Facebook" and more about the social interactions between friends... which, I guess, IS Facebook.

A few friends of mine were saying that The Social Network star Jesse Eisenberg (right) was only cast because they couldn't get Michael Cera. While I love Michael Cera, and Arrested Development, I highly doubt this is the case. Michael Cera is a lovable dork, Jesse Eisenberg played a jerky-nerd, and he played it well... really well.

Favorite quote: "It's the Winklevoss's fault!"