What were the last movies you watched?

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  • vandalizemenow00vandalizemenow00 Road Warrior
    edited November 2008
    Last night I watched Hulk. I wasn't sure if I wanted to watch it based on the last movie, which I thought sucked, but since I was pleasantly surprised by Iron Man and I love Ed Norton as an actor and I used to have a little boy crush on Liv Tyler, I thought I would give it a go. I thought this movie was awful. Tyler delivered one of the worst acting performances of all time and Norton was well short of his usual genious. The storyline was thin at best and to enjoy the action scenes you had to totally suspend your disbelief, which I was unable to do. SPOILER ALERT: The only thing I found interesting about this movie was the second to last scene when Tony Stark walks into the bar and informs General Ross that they are putting a team together, hinting that an Avengers movie is on the way. END SPOILER

    Hulk is a steaming pile of garbage.

    MMMP
  • sweet-t310sweet-t310 Road Warrior
    edited November 2008
    sillystou;1542106 said:
    Right now, I'm going through the Lost series with my cutie. We started from season 1 and are hoping to finish in time for Lost season 4 which comes out in December. :/

    I know it's not a movie, but that's what I'm watching, so HA!.
    I started watching Lost Season 1 before season 3 came back on air, expecting it to take me 2 weeks.....I finished all of Season 1 and Season 2 in 4.5 days during Holiday break from work the other year. I just couldn't stop watching, not for food, sleep, or even *gasp* videogames.

    You've been warned.
  • sillystousillystou Headliner
    edited November 2008
    hehe sweet. I know, it's not my first time watching season 1 through 3. :p
  • Edrattlehead404Edrattlehead404 Unsigned
    edited November 2008
    I went to see Zack and Miri make a porno Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. I absolutely love that movie. It was awesome seeing Jason Mewes being someone other than Jay, and ten times funnier if you ask me. Because of that I have the Kevin Smith bug so I went out and got the new "Evening With Kevin Smith" good story in there about Bruce Willis. Gonna give Casino Royale a watching tonight in celebration of the Quantum baby! WOO!
  • jayou521jayou521 Washed Up
    edited November 2008
    sweet-t310;1542156 said:
    I started watching Lost Season 1 before season 3 came back on air, expecting it to take me 2 weeks.....I finished all of Season 1 and Season 2 in 4.5 days during Holiday break from work the other year. I just couldn't stop watching, not for food, sleep, or even *gasp* videogames.

    You've been warned.
    I was seriously addicted to Lost for the first two seasons after that I kinda stopped watching for a bit. I'm currently playing catch up, halfway through Season 3~ but I don't think I'll be able to watch that much in such a short period with all the Anime I'm watching this season (12 different series :p)
    Edrattlehead404;1542305 said:
    I went to see Zack and Miri make a porno Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. I absolutely love that movie. It was awesome seeing Jason Mewes being someone other than Jay, and ten times funnier if you ask me.
    Three days in a row ... man, I really wanna see it so bad. I was laughing so much at the trailer alone
  • trench762trench762 Road Warrior
    edited November 2008
    Watched the secret last week, was a pretty good movie, although the ending left me wondering about what happened to the mother when the daughter returned, before that was The Love Guru, justin timberlake is a better actor than a musician, pretty funny, better than I expected. I dug the joker rendition at the end. Also not something I've seen recently but a great movie that's under the radar Southland Tales, from the guy who did Donnie Darko, stars The Rock, Justin Timberlake and Stiffler (can't remember his real name, sean somethin.) It deals with time travel, drugs and religion, pretty crazy stuff. Also the weirdest role I have ever seen John Lovitz or Cheri Otari in.
  • jayou521jayou521 Washed Up
    edited November 2008
    trench762;1547296 said:
    Stiffler (can't remember his real name, sean somethin.) It deals with time travel, drugs and religion, pretty crazy stuff.
    Sean William Scott? It seems it didn't get too good reviews though~
  • trench762trench762 Road Warrior
    edited November 2008
    forget reviews, this movie was awesome, lol just read through some more posts in this thread and noticed it's already been referenced, creepy. Touching on donnie darko for a second...what I liked about that movie - It took more than one watching to even grasp what went on, and to this day I still can't completely know, alot of speculation, it's sort of an aeon flux (the series of course) kind of thing where you have to draw your own conclusions to the story. Southland tales is similar in that aspect, but not nearly as deep, I figured out what was going on by around half-way through the second watching. And from other reviews I am definately checking out the fountain asap.
  • spheresphere Road Warrior
    edited November 2008
    Max Payne.

    It was bad-ass.
  • jayou521jayou521 Washed Up
    edited November 2008
    Has anyone seen The Diving Bell and The Butterfly? What an amazing movie that was. I've never seen a movie with a story told like that. It was absolutely beautiful in terms of cinematography as well~ if you have the chance to see it, I highly recommend it
  • HamsterhitmanHamsterhitman Rising Star
    edited November 2008
    Role Models.

    Kicked ass.
  • kiggidykevkiggidykev Thinks about pandas
    edited November 2008
    Caught "Get Smart" last night at the cheap seats. It was actually a lot better than the previews made it look. My fianc
  • spheresphere Road Warrior
    edited November 2008
    Watching Borat tonight...

    *waits for it*
  • hawkofvahawkofva Rocks You Like A Hurricane
    edited November 2008
    sphere;1553614 said:
    Watching Borat tonight...

    *waits for it*
    Waits for what?
    In Kazakhstan we have many hobbies: disco dancing, archery, rape, and table tennis.
  • Firepenguin99Firepenguin99 Opening Act
    edited November 2008
    Rarely go to the movies, so the last thing I saw was Iron Man. It was good enough to not need the whole comic book tie gimmick. It had a good balance of the serious segments, the fights and the great sense of humor Tony has. I also realized that I'm too obsessed with figuring things out when I spent a minute or so during the first flight over L.A. trying to figure out his MPH when they briefly had his speed in Mach.:rolleyes: 58 mph doesn't seem fast enough for him to fly, imo.
  • hawkofvahawkofva Rocks You Like A Hurricane
    edited November 2008
    Ultralights fly about 35 mph, and they're only prop driven.
    Not nearly fast enough to escape my wrath.
  • Firepenguin99Firepenguin99 Opening Act
    edited November 2008
    hawkofva;1553763 said:
    Ultralights fly about 35 mph, and they're only prop driven.
    Not nearly fast enough to escape my wrath.
    Didn't know that.
  • hawkofvahawkofva Rocks You Like A Hurricane
    edited November 2008
    Firepenguin99;1557207 said:
    Didn't know that.
    Flight Simulator. :D
    So I can practice for my imminent invasion of Earth.
  • The_WurmThe_Wurm Road Warrior
    edited November 2008
    American Gangster

    It was just on HBO
  • DarkSide247DarkSide247 Road Warrior
    edited November 2008
    The Shining and American Wilderness.
  • jayou521jayou521 Washed Up
    edited November 2008
    DarkSide247;1557313 said:
    The Shining and American Wilderness.
    The_Wurm;1557272 said:
    American Gangster
    It was just on HBO
    C'mon guys! You have to tell us what you thought!

    The Shining is one of my favorite horror movies. Still manages to creep me out sometimes. American Gangster was really good too. I haven't heard of American Wilderness though
  • trench762trench762 Road Warrior
    edited November 2008
    omg, watching (or trying not to watch) Sweeney Todd atm, I'm not anti-musical or anything and I'm a huge Johnny Depp fan, but this pos is almost unbearable. Tim burton hasn't done a good movie since beatleguese, he needs to give it up already.
  • jayou521jayou521 Washed Up
    edited November 2008
    trench762;1557757 said:
    Tim burton hasn't done a good movie since beatleguese, he needs to give it up already.
    Lol, so Edward Scissorhands and Sleepy Hollow were bad? (it's Beetlejuice btw) ... and you're not including Nightmare Before Christmas right, since that wasn't directed by Burton. Cause if you were ... wow

    I have Sweeney Todd recorded, haven't gotten around to watching it though. Have you seen Big Fish? I wanna see that now~
  • trench762trench762 Road Warrior
    edited November 2008
    was big fish done by burton? If it was I take back what I said, edward scissorhands and sleepy hollow were both kinda cool, but not really something I would re-watch. I guess it is beetlejuice, confusing though b/c in the movie it was spelled beatleguese. And yeah I was counting the nightmare b4 christmas and corpse bride, I think nightmare was way overrated. It's basically a goth kids movie.
  • hawkofvahawkofva Rocks You Like A Hurricane
    edited November 2008
    The star is spelled as Betelgeuse, the crazy ghost is Beetlejuice.
    Your death is spelled "chalupa".
  • EerifEerif Opening Act
    edited November 2008
    Tim Burton is really on and off for me. I really liked Batman, Batman Returns and Big Fish, but Sweeny Todd and his remakes of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and Planet of the Apes were terrible. Everything else sort of falls in between (yes, even Edward Scissorhands, I upset just about every chick I know).

    Movies I have watched today were Hellboy 2, Tropic Thunder and Lawrence of Arabia.

    I had to watch the latter to make up for the total unfunnyness of Tropic Thunder. Maybe I just couldn't get into the humor of the movie.
  • trench762trench762 Road Warrior
    edited November 2008
  • CubecubedCubecubed Washed Up
    edited November 2008
    just got done watching American History X.
  • CubecubedCubecubed Washed Up
    edited November 2008
    Eerif;1561402 said:
    Tim Burton is really on and off for me. I really liked Batman, Batman Returns and Big Fish, but Sweeny Todd and his remakes of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and Planet of the Apes were terrible. Everything else sort of falls in between (yes, even Edward Scissorhands, I upset just about every chick I know).

    Movies I have watched today were Hellboy 2, Tropic Thunder and Lawrence of Arabia.

    I had to watch the latter to make up for the total unfunnyness of Tropic Thunder. Maybe I just couldn't get into the humor of the movie.
    you didnt think the fake trailers at the beginning were funny?
  • pmpboarderpmpboarder Road Warrior
    edited November 2008
    I watch a ton of movies. I have a DVD/Blu-ray/HD DVD collection well beyond 600. I don't know the exact count anymore. This'll be a fun thread to participate in. ;)

    My girlfriend had me watch Heathers with her and some friends for the first time tonight. A cult-classic black comedy from the late 80's starring Winona Ryder and Christian Slater.

    Without spoiling anything, I'll just say that it's one of those movies that you can only really describe as "one of those movies." I enjoyed it, though.

    "F*** me gently with a chainsaw."
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