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Seemed like there was not enough focus on the family dilemma and there was too much time spent with Susie being ethereal and shit. Now I'm a bit sad that the film isn't doing that well at the box office because I'd really like another one. That montage of Carl and Ellie's marriage is still one of my favorite pieces of animation ever. I think he was trying to do a southern accent and failed so miserably that it played into his crazy character of doing "multiple voices," like I've seen people mention. Oh, and Patrick Wilson was the best thing about the film, hands down. Oh, and did it not bother anyone else that they didn't kill Pike when they had the chance, and he kept being a pain in their ass for the rest of the film? It had a sense of humor that maybe I was just blind to the first time I saw it. And it deserves props for being the only film where Tara Reid doesn't appear to be a 100% airhead. I don't see how so many people fell in love with this so quickly. The best Toy Story film (and I never thought it would be better than the excellent original). "House Of Frankenstein", is about a Frankenstein wannabe and his hunchbacked assistant (who looks a lot like Tony Shaloub), who steals a traveling chamber of horrors to take revenge on the men who brought him into jail, by using no other than Dracula, the Wolfman and Frankenstein's Monster, but really with one exception only his assistant.
And the Scarecrow and the Cowardly Lion are still the shit. - Stanley Tucci should get a BSA nomination for this, but there's a lot to dislike about what Jackson's done here. I thought that it possibly could have been edited down about 5 minutes or so, but it was solid. Should be up for the Best Picture Oscar if there's justice in the world. All fanboy love aside for a few moments, I really MUST say that each of his movies feels completely different than the rest of his work.
I thought he fumbled the murder scene, and some of the "Inbetween" is too abstract for too long. Rourke and Johannson were both great additions to the cast. I wish the marketing would have been upfront with us. (I mean as different as films from a director who has a recognizable style can be.) He's not re-inventing himself with every movie, but he seriously tries to not make the same movie twice, although most of them are all connected with each other.
I think Phoenix was better than Witherspoon, but she wasn't bad either. I swear that Lucas Black should be a leading guy more. And the Vin cameo was a nice surprise that I luckily didn't get spoiled on the internet. He must have a teenager, or whoever wrote this does, because I work with them daily, and this is a great job of nailing what teenage life is like. It was fun, and it looked like he was planning a hell of a last hoorah. Probably my favorite Luke Wilson performance, and it proves one again that Terry Crews should be getting more work. For a movie about a bunch of retards, Judge did some clever stuff here. And I'm sort of mad that the t-rex wasn't the main baddy anyway. A stronger ending would have sealed the deal as a solid sequel, but all of a sudden, the US Army and Navy show up on the beach. Could have been better, but I think Snyder did OK with the material. I think the blond chick from Forgetting Sarah Marshall should stop getting work. My wife likes it, and we mostly enjoy it because we went to Oahu for our honeymoon, and all the locales in the film are instantly recognizable. Not the greatest, and there's loopholes galore, but it's okay. In terms of acting, I thought Monique's Oscar was well deserved. I'm just sad now because I really enjoyed spending time with these characters. TOY STORY 2 - I don't know why, but this seemed a lot better than the first time I watched it. I have to admit, I enjoyed it more than I did in theaters on the largest 3D screen in the country. Cameron really understands how to do a blockbuster. LORD OF THE RINGS: THE FELLOWSHIP OF THE RING - The best of the rings films, in my opinion, and one of the best epics ever. The fact that this even got nominated (other than technical awards) really surprises me. And while none of his other movies made me laugh that hard again, I enjoyed all of them so far.
But I really liked that the actors actually sang, and it just wasn't them lip synching to the greatest hits. SCREAM 2 - Oddly enough, this film provided me with one of the biggest crowd reactions I have ever experienced in a theater. It was less "actiony" than I expected, but I thoroughly enjoyed this. And Robin Williams did a pretty stellar job in this. 8/10.22.- Watching this was almost like going through therapy. She's a pretty bad actress, and she was as annoying as always in this. (6/10) - It's my birthday, so I chose a film that would remind me what it's like to be a kid. This is a great lesson for those also in social work and anything dealing with children. I think it will be remembered as one of the better films of the decade. The "merry men" had a true sense of merriment and camaraderie. The relationships, between Robin and Marion, as well as among the men, seemed real. I can seriously see this being my favorite film until I die many years from now. Of course, I'm referring to the extended cuts, because I don't even consider the theatrical versions when talking about LOTR anymore. Even "School For Scoundrels" made me laugh loud a few times. It was kinda entertaining, but...let's say that a comedy has a real problem when it only manages to make me laugh ONCE and it's not just during the end credit, but also because of ! The biggest flaws that come to my mind are that kind of stuff that I'm usually willing to forgive to a certain degree (stock characters, predicatable story), the actors do a good job (don't know why that Zack Galifrakis guy is suddenly supposed to be the funniest man on earth, but he is still way superior to people like Seth Rogen) and as I already pointed out, it's entertaining.
But when they pulled him out of the building, and he was alive on the stretcher and Gail ran to him, the audience started cheering an clapping for like a minute straight. Jones really built a fascinating tale from a pretty bare bones source. Damn, I never thought that I would rate "Fanboys" higher than this movie, but: I'm a huge fan of the first movie.