I really liked this movie! Brad Pitt was hilarious. Of course I don't think the show is considered a comedy but it had a lot of funny parts. I love how Quentin Tarantino incorporates the flash backs when introducing characters. It was very well directed and even if you aren't a fan of Quenton's work, you will like this anyway.
It's just shocking and funny and witty and charming in a way. I loved it. I'd definitely see it again.
Take that Hitler!
I wanted to see this movie because Dakota Fanning is in it. It's so weird to watch her grow up and have these adult roles! The movie however wasn't that great.
The Plot: The world is full of people with special super natural powers. There is an organization called The Division, that is trying to find these people so that they can create a huge army of super natural beings. So the movie is basically the day to day fight between the Division and these super naturals.
I think it was pretty confusing, there was way to much crap going. Plus there were these annoying Screamers who's power was to scream really loud to destroy things. Talk about annoying!
So I wouldn't recommend this to anyone unless you want to waist 2 hours of your life.
This movie is about a Car Salesman who hires this group of "Car Movers" to come and help them sell out their car lot.
Yes, it's about as interesting as it sounds. It was a pretty stupid movie and a waste of time. There were maybe 2 funny parts in which Will Ferrell made a guest appearance but that's all.
This show was ca-razy! It starts out like a documentary of how this huge alien ship broke down and got stuck on earth 20 years ago. So the humans sort of quarantined these ugly aliens into their own area called district 9. Since the aliens had been on Earth for 20 years, the humans were used to the idea so in the movie, it was just normal to have the yucky things wandering around!
It took a while to get used to the look of the aliens because they were so gross looking but I found myself rooting for these guys by the end of the movie and felt sorry for them!
This movie isn't for everybody, in fact the theatre we went to was full of teenage geeky boys that kept yelling "That. Was. Awesome!" every time someone got blown up. So that was annoying, and it didn't help that the theatre smelled like BO!
It's very gory so I would definitely not let any child see this show! If you do go see it, you must go with an open mind to enjoy it.
It's a good thing Zac Efron really isn't in High School or else I'd be in trouble. He is so cute and funny in this movie! I was surprised by how funny the movie turned out to be, I thought it'd be one of those cheesy everyone learns a lesson movies. And well, even though everyone learned a lesson, it was not cheesy.
My favorite line is when Zac Efron (Who is playing a 40 year old inside his 17 year old self) goes back to high school and when he walks into gym class he says:
"Wow! We are all in such good shape!"
Efron seriously did an awesome job at this role. I didn't fall in love with him in High School Musical but I did in this one.
Now I'm not a fan of chick flicks, in fact I usually hate chick flicks, but this one was funny. Yes, it ended just like every other chick flick and yes I knew the plot before I even watched it, but I have to admit it was entertaining!
Oh my gosh I'm in love with this show! I want to marry it and have little dancing SYTYCD babies! Or at least hump it.
The finale was awesome! I was so happy Janine won, I was rooting for her! Seriously when she dances I can't keep my eyes off of here! Kaiyla is my second favorite and I think she was robbed! Evan should have been fourth, we all know it's true.
Kaiyla is just amazing, I mean check out the picture below! Look at those feet, I would die to have those arches! She should be a ballerina, she'd be awesome in toe shoes!
(No I am not overdoing it with exclamation marks, SYTYCD deserves every single one!)
My two favorite choreographers, Sonya Tayeh & Mia Michaels. These women are amazing. Does anyone else think that when Sonya was on the judging panel during the auditions that watching the dancers was giving her orgasms? I'm serious, did you see her? Yep, she was. Not that I blame her, I'm just jealous.
This is a thriller about a professor who comes across some predictions about the future and he sets out to stop these predictions from happening. The predictions come from a piece of paper that his son receives from a time capsule sealed 50 years ago at his school.
I liked the idea of the movie and thought it was really good up until the end. The end was horrible and unbelievable. I hate it when directors take a great idea that has potential and the poop on it!
Dude, this movie was wacked! (Do I sound cool there? I'm trying to earn street cred with the teens ya know.)
In the movie, civilization is threatened with an outbreak of blindness. People start to panic and the government begins to quarantine those people who have been diagnosed with this odd disease.
While being quarantined, the ugly truth of human nature is revealed through heinous acts by blind individuals in order to survive. It's pretty shocking of how the movie depicts the world in this crisis.
As the whole world goes blind, there is one woman who is immune to the disease and continues to see. She witnesses the downfall and horrible impact that this blindness has on the world.
This movie is slow moving at first and is really out there so you have to watch it with an open mind and of course you have to find the meaning behind the whole concept.