So it has happened. I made a promise about a year ago to chronicle every movie I've ever seen, but I've hit a roadblock. I got Netflix.
Yes, I got Netflix. That means that I have absolutely nooooo way of keeping up with movies I've seen. Shit, I've probably already watched 100 movies in the past 45 days of having Netflix.
Here's a list of some of the movies I've seen so you can get my point:
Young Einstein; the Big Lebowski; Adaptation; Super High Me; Bigger,
I think I forgot a few towards the end. Also, we watched the niece and nephew this weekend so we watched some for the kiddies.
Typical Will Ferrell type, Adam McKay written bro, frat boy bullcrap. This movie starred some pretty amazing people and somehow made me hate them all. I never thought I'd hate Jeremy Piven, Ed Helms, or Rob Riggle, but here ya go.
Watching this movie will make you want to kill yourself. I strongly advise against it.
Hola folks! Hope everyone is having a dull and uneventful new year. I love when NY's Day falls on a weekend. It gives us an extra couple days to recoop before heading back to work or school, hence my comment on being dull. Ahhh, to relax!!!!
Anyway, I chilled with some good buds and watched some good movies. So let me throw some down for ya.
The Hangover again
You know, upon second watching, I laughed harder. I don't know what it is, maybe the fact that I missed
Shit. I don't even know where to begin. I've been so busy with stuff that I've kinda neglected this project. I'll try to do a quick rundown of stuff I've watched recently. It's a doozie. I was in Tulsa for a week so lots of hotel movie watchin'.
Disclaimer: Please use this as discretion on whether or not to rent shit.
Joaquin Phoenix and Mark Ruffalo. Boring. Cliche. Generic. Guy accidentally kills kid. Guy is a lawyer who ends up taking the
18 (movies) and life to gooooo!
Fuck, I watched a ton of movies. I'll do the most recent. Anything I forget, I'll skip.
Where the Wild Things Are
Spike Jonze is known for taking 90 minutes concepts and stuffing them into 3 minute videos. Now he takes a 3 minute book and turns it into a 90 minute movie with the help of Dave Eggers.
Overall, I liked the movie. It had its ups and downs, but the wild things were amazingly cast, they looked great, Max did