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saicho said:
The Hangover was awesome. So was Up and Drag Me to Hell. Didn't get a chance to see Inglorious Bastards though.

Last House on the Left was surprisingly good. Shinjuku Incident (the Jackie Chan movie) was ok. It's not bad but not amazingly good either.

Knowing was horrible. I've always enjoyed movies made by Alex Proyas but Knowing was such a letdown.

I agree.

I loved Last House on the Left.

I never saw the original movie but I would call it a very good remake.



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The Hurt Locker and Moon.

Star Trek was probably my favourite popcorn movie - but it still sucked in places and I felt while it was fun it missed the point (and the plot) a fair bit.



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pastro243 said:
twesterm said:
pastro243 said:
stof said:
Well Pastro, do you enjoy some other horror comedies? I mean the kind that are horror movies with a twisted sense of humour, as opposed to comedies that poke fun of ghosts and stuff?

Because really, I can't think of another film made this decade that comes close to Drag me to Hell for sheer enjoyable twisted humour horror.


No, I dont enjoy them, I think I was angry because when I saw everyone say it was such a good movie I though of something more serious, something more scary, I dont know, I watched braindead and I though the was the worst movie ever but many people seem to consider it great, guess its not my kind of genre.

But the last horror movie I considered good was the exorcist.

So you should be mad at the people who told you it was good because it was Sam Raimi doing what Sam Raimi is good at. 


Yeah, it was the same guy that once told me twilight was good, now I fell again, but now I just downloaded the movie(Im glad I didnt pay)

A person who enjoys both Drag me to Hell and Twilight seems to be a human contradiction to me. Twilight was an epic bore.



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stof said:
pastro243 said:
twesterm said:
pastro243 said:
stof said:
Well Pastro, do you enjoy some other horror comedies? I mean the kind that are horror movies with a twisted sense of humour, as opposed to comedies that poke fun of ghosts and stuff?

Because really, I can't think of another film made this decade that comes close to Drag me to Hell for sheer enjoyable twisted humour horror.


No, I dont enjoy them, I think I was angry because when I saw everyone say it was such a good movie I though of something more serious, something more scary, I dont know, I watched braindead and I though the was the worst movie ever but many people seem to consider it great, guess its not my kind of genre.

But the last horror movie I considered good was the exorcist.

So you should be mad at the people who told you it was good because it was Sam Raimi doing what Sam Raimi is good at. 


Yeah, it was the same guy that once told me twilight was good, now I fell again, but now I just downloaded the movie(Im glad I didnt pay)

A person who enjoys both Drag me to Hell and Twilight seems to be a human contradiction to me. Twilight was an epic bore.

He was a critic on tv, he didnt say he liked them, he made a boring analisis that basically said they were OK, that, added to friends that told me they were good(different friends) made me watch them, for me they are both bad, very bad.



you guys all know you loved revenge of the fallen!



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Seraphic_Sixaxis said:
you guys all know you loved revenge of the fallen!

Yes it was good ahah

Not better than the first but good anyway.



Seraphic_Sixaxis said:
you guys all know you loved revenge of the fallen!

Not even enough to bother hating it.



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Reasonable said:
Seraphic_Sixaxis said:
you guys all know you loved revenge of the fallen!

Not even enough to bother hating it.

Pretty much. I despise Michael Bay but at this point, I know what he's going to deliver. A not very good movie with cliches galore, bad acting, giant plot holes, and iffy action shots.

At some point, I have to stop hating something and just accept it for what it is.

At this point, even George Lucas is still a better filmmaker than Bay. That's how bad the guy is at what he does.




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Also, Last House on the Left was great too.



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