Saturday, May 30, 2009



[Sigh. I'm so nostalgic for these now :p]

Tuesday, May 26, 2009

Angels and Demons (2009)

Better than The Da Vince Code, but they edited some steamy scenes between Mr Hanks and Ms Zurer.

Overall they edited some part but still its worth the watch. A 6.8

Just My Luck (2006)

Mild predictable movie. Ending was ok ok. See Mr Pine- he is hot!

A 4.99.

Georgia Rule (2007)

Hey this movie is nice, alright. It has some moral value in it and when Ms Lohan is still sober. It's nice to see also Ms Fonda back in acting.

A 5 also.

The Parent Trap (1998)

When she was young. Nice popcorn movie to watch with mummy and daddy.

A 5 perhaps. Enjoy!

Lindsay Lohan Fever

Three movies, not too bad as I'm bored anyways.

Monday, May 25, 2009

Another photo of Zuko!

[A South Asian in East Asian attire? Why, that's as almost ridiculous as East Asians IN East Asian attire! Ya don't say...]

Judging by the look on Dev Patel's face, I'm guessing this is post-Agni Kai (I think the snow-white background is also a tell-tale sign, since they're probably at the Southern Water Tribe, i.e. somewhere like the South Pole).

If that's so, then where the fuckity-fuck is Zuko's SCAR??!

The article mentioned that Night is going for "a more minimal and realistic look than the one seen on the show". "Minimal" does not justify WHY Zuko wants the Avatar so bad, WHY Zuko wants to prove himself and do right in his father's eyes, because if he'd just gotten MINIMAL damage from the Agni-fucking-Kai (where his father basically own–no, wait–PWNED his teenaged ass), he wouldn't even WANT TO and/or BE chasing Aang all over the fucking world in the first place!

[Also, where is his top-knot?]

Sunday, May 24, 2009

The Fast and The Furious: Tokyo Drift (2006)

Holidays bored me.

I love the way they drift in this movie. So very the 'yeng'. To translate, it means cool drift. Damn nice cars, chicks. Special appearance: Vin Diesel.

Watch this you won't regret. A 6.99 for this.

Catch and Release (2006)

To catch or release? Release this one, please.

A 2 rated love story. Bored me.

The Hitcher (2007)

The first part was alright. Then I started to get bored. Was basically a girl power flick.

A 3 for this.

Vacancy (2007)

No momentum at all

Definitely a 2.

3 Z rated movies [a category I create]

1) Vacancy
2) Hitcher
3) Catch and Release

Bangkok Dangerous (2008)

Try this if you’re into Thai chicks and Nick Cage arms (just that)!
A 5 ⅔ for this.

Fireball (2009)

Seriously, not too bad for a Thai movie as the entire male cast are awesomely cute! Anyways movie is about a game. Once you’re in, the possibility to die is like 99%, logical blood scenes (some low production films might be over doing on their red tomato sos, wth). A really terrifying game to watch as it’s something like street fighter with ball. If you’re into action and just looking for a medium rated movie to watch, try this!
A 5 ¾ for the movie, a 7 for its game.

Thailand Bonanza

[I’VE BEEN REALLY ‘BORING’- quoted by Tan Lisa, high school friend]
Damn bored. Tried two movies made in Thailand. Sawadika…

A-Team roughly in place?

We know that Joe Carnahan is now attached as director; what about the A-Team members themselves?

The only person that's THIS CLOSE to a major role in the movie is Common, who's pretty much the frontrunner to play B. A. BaracusMr. T, even though a proper offer hasn't been made yet. I'm not too familiar with Common's work, so I can't comment on suitability, but appearance-wise, he looks a bit too slender to play Baracus. Ice Cube, anyone?

[Mr. T has said that the only way he'll be in the movie is if he plays Baracus. At least he won't be cameoing as Common's dad or something. Ugh.]

Bradley Cooper is also one of the names on the potential cast-list, to take on the role of Templeton Peck, a.k.a. Face, formerly played by Dirk Benedict. As much as I love Bradley Cooper (always had a soft spot for the poor guy on Alias) and as way-cute as he is, I can't imagine him as Face. He's too adorable to be a con-man (even though con-men probably and usually ARE adorable).

Dirk Benedict. Look at his suave-ness. Look at that hair.

Now this is a major 180˚. Chris Pine also wants to bag a role on the A-Team: that of "Howlin' Mad" Murdock. That's a pretty weird casting choice (if he is signed on), unless he is able to pull a Star Trek again (as in, prove everyone/most people wrong). Personally, even though he's not as flat-out pretty as Cooper nor even Benedict, he's absolutely suitable as Face.

[Dwight Schultz is irreplaceable. Jim Carrey may be insane enough to be Murdock, though.]

So far, there's not much speculation on who'll be playing John "Hannibal" Smith (formerly played by the late George Peppard). I can kinda imagine George Clooney as Hannibal. Probably 'cuzza the whitesilver hair.

The movie is slated for a June 10th, 2010 release.

[Yeah, and LAST YEAR, it had a mid-2009 release!]

Friday, May 22, 2009

New pictures from The Last Airbender!

Article link here.

Let the nitpicking commence!

Dev Patel as Prince Zuko.

First of all, as cool as Dev Patel looks with the fire and all, where the hell is his scar? And why does he still have his hair? Is he not supposed to be half-bald with top-knot? Did the producers realise that putting an East Asian hair-style on a South Asian dude looks as ridiculous as it sounds?

[Just like the idea of casting white people in Asian-looking roles! But who'm I to criticise, I just have common sense.]

Noah Ringer as Aang.

Surprisingly, despite the lovely complexion (and I'm not being sarcastic here), he doesn't look too abnormalweird, which seems a bit promising. Maybe it's the expression on his face Now, where the hell is his blue tattoo? If he's gonna walk around looking like he has that mark etched into his forehead... Ehkk.

If the original cartoon was drawn this way, with an Indian/brown dude as a bad guy and a bunch of white/near-white kids running around saving the world, there wouldn't be any issues with the movie; rather the production crew would be lauded for sticking to and respecting the source material. Just like Watchmen.

[Sorry, couldn't resist.]

Instead, you have people setting up websites, debating endlessly on the cast, and most of all, have the possibly-true presumption that this movie adaptation will suck as much lame as Dragonball: Evolution.

Apparently, the teaser attached to Transformers 2 was a rumor.
[Can't remember where I put the link.]
We shall see on June 24th.

Monday, May 18, 2009

Black Water (2008)

DVD for this movie was officially released on November 21, 2008. By far the worst crocodile movie ever! Running less than an hour and half, with countable list of casts (3 only+mum+tour guide). It was so lame you, all you need to do was to fast forward it till the end, yet you still could get it! Don't watch it, please. You'll only kill your boredom!

Since it's already a movie, maybe 1/2? Just terrible!

Sunday, May 17, 2009

Does Marvel have its Thor already?

Yes, according to Deadline Hollywood Daily.

Chris Hemsworth, last seen as the ill-fated George Kirk (James T. Kirk's father) in Star Trek XI, has been selected to play the Viking God of Thunder in the upcoming Kenneth Branagh-directed film.

Now, while he definitely looks good, as far as I can remember, he doesn't look as broad as he should, although that can be rectified. Hmm.

[PRODUCTION PICS!! Can't wait!]

Adaptations to avoid if familiar with source material.

Appointment with Death (1988)

In this murder mystery, Lauren Bacall plays Lady Westholme, who's onscreen for maybe a cumulative half-hour (out of two-plus hours). Now, why would a famous and definitely established actress (with second billing in the movie) accept the role where she only comes out for a quarter of the movie?

Simple. Because SHE DID IT.

In the book, Lady Westholme comes in for about 10 pages (out of 300+). That's why it's shocking when it's revealed. You don't even think she's relevant till the end. With Lauren Bacall's presence in the film, you just KNOW that she's involved somehow.

The Da Vinci Code

The movie is just touching the tip of the iceberg. The book itself is filled with more conspiracy theories and symbological history and significance, and makes for a very, very interesting read (if you're patient, that is). Besides that, the book didn't place the Opus Dei as a group of conspirators who want the truth withheld; they were manipulated by the Teacher, the true villain of the piece. In the movie, Alfred Molina (of Opus Dei) IN TURN manipulated Jean Reno, who was naturally pissed at this turn of events; in the book, they only meet at the end, when everything's over. Also, I felt that the book's reveal near the end was more cinematic (and is definitely doable on-screen), rather than Tom Hanks telling Audrey Tatou, "IT IS APPLE."

[Okay, he didn't SAY that, I just summarised it :)]

The Golden Compass (2007)

The major flaw of this adaptation is that they tried to translate this book to the big screen with a young or pre-teen audience in mind, which was not what the series was about. Just a warning to those of you who want to read the book after the movie: it's drastically different. Even though the series revolves around kids, it's not something bookstores would put up beside Enid Blyton. It deals with death and loss (it doesn't hold back on the body count), and doesn't really end on a happy note. The biggest faux-pas of the movie was cutting the ending short of the book just to kid-ify it. I was furious.

The Harry Potter movies (third to fifth; 2004–2007)

I don't know why they can't make those movies into three-hour features (if it's a Labour Law/Children's Rights issue, please enlighten me) like what Peter Jackson did with Lord of the Rings. If it were three hours, they'd be able to explore more aspects of the book, and not make it look so rushed and all-over-the-place. I'm sure the kids wouldn't mind watch their favourite stars for another 30-45 minutes extra. The movies have been quite faithful to the general storyline, though, which is good.

[It also didn't help that JK Rowling wanted her latter Potter books to literally be tomes.]

The Holcroft Covenant (1985)

The book was very intriguing, with a lot of twists and turns that you'd come to expect from Robert Ludlum, but still never see coming.

The movie? Hell no.

I like Michael Caine, but the movie was absolute crap. They simplified a LOT of things (probably time constraints) and added some humor (which was totally wrong).

DEFINITELY a "Watch first, read later".
[Or you know what? READ now, watch NEVER :)]

League of Extraordinary Gentlemen (2003)

Purists (and fans in general) will LOATH this movie. It's very, very loosely-based. I would've, too, but since I only read the comic AFTER I'd seen the movie, and despite the continuity issues and corny-ish lines, I liked it.

Max Payne (2008)

Max Payne was looking so far, so good till the ending.


The movie only adapted HALF of the video game's storyline. I was way beyond geeking out when I saw the helipad, only to see Max to shoot Beau Bridges, and the end credits roll. By the way, all that close-up of sweat was pretty gross. And not enough bullet-time!

Queen of the Damned (2002)

The book has a lot of backstory on the origins of the vampires, which the movie only devoted a few choice lines to, with Jessie in a prominent role and focused on her relationship with Lestat, which was non-existent in the book, since they only met for a few seconds. The movie was only so-so for me; would be worse if it weren't for Stuart Townsend.

Got something you loved turned into a movie you hate? Comment below and let us know! :)

Saturday, May 16, 2009

Angels and Demons (2009)

*spoilers below*

First of all, this movie was much, much better than The Da Vinci Code.

[Plus, Tom Hanks looks much, MUCH better. Thank goodness!]

Plot-wise, they made a lot of changes to the beginning (and a bit with the ending), which I can accept, because it'll be formulaic if they'd kept the book's, as in Guy Gets Mutilated -> Langdon Gets Called In -> Guy's Adopted Daughter Wants Revenge -> Whole Shebang -> Seemingly Evil Character Is Proven To Be Good.

Here's what I liked about the movie:
  • Ewan McGregor. I loved the Camerlengo in the book, and I thought that Ewan McGregor would be spot-on, which he was. 'Cept he wasn't Italian in this one.
  • The Assassin. They probably didn't go into that whole Illuminati business with the guy due to time constraints, but he's much more mellow in the movie, which surprisingly, I liked. He didn't take pleasure in killing the Cardinals; he did it 'cuz he was getting paid. He doesn't like prolonging death. I was a bit pissed at first, because I was looking forward to the sadistic bastard in the book and not a more human one.
[Plus, he was cute with a really nice pair of spats.]
  • PAOLO FROM FRIENDS!! Even though he died.
  • Anti-matter-go-boom part. Looked way cool.
  • Ewan McGregor. Excellent casting. Love the guy.
Secondly, though I've come to terms that the word 'adaptation' means 'creative liberty with source material', I'm still gonna nitpick:
  • Misdirection in the movie seemed forced and very obvious, since EVERY OTHER SCENE with Cardinal Strauss made him look power-hungry and possibly-evil. The different-named Cardinal in the book (only one prominent Cardinal) was a very decent and nice person. That aside, if they'd followed the book, the fourth Cardinal wouldn't even be alive. I miss Maximilian Kohler.
[Plus, how many times is Armin Muehller-Stahl going to be THE morally-questionable character of a story?]
  • In the beginning, why was there blood on the rest-thingy on the outer door if the dead guy and his eyeball was inside the entire time? Yes, the murderer would need his eye to bypass the security system to get to the anti-matter, but there was no mention of another dead man with a missing eyeball, so there shouldn't be any blood on that chin-rest that was on the outside of the lab.
  • They totally changed the character of the guy who died at the beginning. This makes Vittoria's presence moot. She didn't have much of a point in the movie, except to look pretty and run around with Tom Hanks change the battery of the anti-matter canister. In the book, the man in the beginning was her father. That's why she was along for the trip.
  • Was looking towards the "WTBloodyF" moment of the book, but it wasn't in the movie. Which brings me to this: Why "Patrick McKenna"? Why not keep "Carlo Ventresca"? Don't tell me Ewan McGregor can't do an Italian accent.
[They also changed the names of every other character that is not Robert Langdon and Vittoria Vetra. Like, why, man?]
[The Camerlengo is Irish. Isn't McKenna a Scottish name?]
  • Where in the world is the Illuminati Diamond? Oh noes, Carmen Sandiego stole it!
Another thing I didn't like was the ending. The one in the book had much more of an impact, and explains the 'why' of the Camerlengo's actions in way more detail. It is more profound in the book, hence the overwhelming guilt which eventually led him to his end, and in no way, looked like, "Oh I've failed, quick way out, please," as in the movie. I love how the book portrays him as a very sympathetic character, one who strongly believed that he could and needs make a difference, albeit misguided in his methods, unlike in the movie, where he just comes off as old-fashioned.

[They probably could've taken a minute or so out of the water-rescue scene and devoted it to this.]

All in all, good movie. Could do a bit less with the Tom Hanks ego bits. Just don't read the book before you watch the movie; you'll love it more.


Wednesday, May 13, 2009

Camerlengo Patrick McKenna?

What, Ewan McGregor can't do an Italian accent or something? I thought he was very versatile.

[Please don't tell me this is an attempt at diversity. That would be lame.]

I hope this changes NOTHING in the storyline.

Tuesday, May 12, 2009

Watchmen: Director's Cut announced!

Schedule for release on July 28th, the same day as its DVD release, the Blu-Ray edition will also include:

  • Maximum Movie Mode (BD exclusive)
  • Watchmen: Focus Points
  • The Phenomenon: The Comic that Changed Comics
  • Real Super Heroes, Real Vigilantes (BD exclusive)
  • Mechanics: Technologies of a Fantastic World (BD exclusive)
  • Music Video: Desolation Row (My Chemical Romance)
  • Digital Copy (theatrical version)
  • BD-Live

  • Check out the rest of the post here.

    Prince of Persia footage!

    Not a lot, though. The video's about a minute-long, and Bruckheimer-centric. Less than 30 seconds, maybe?

    Oh well, enjoy =]

    Saturday, May 9, 2009

    Knowing (2009) and Star Trek XI (2009)

    Today went watching Knowing. Was just out yesterday watching Star Trek( which I was a total beginner at it. ), anyways, the same resemble after watching this two movie, I remember, it uses the same 'triangle- shape' to assemble the bad character. You have to watch it to see it, so for Knowing, it was a total So- So for me, numbers makes me sick anyways (after Number 23), Mr Cage thinks he's hot, which is also a So- So (for his age), Lucinda was creepy (nice one). Just watch it to get what I meant.

    A 6 for Knowing, and a 5 3/4 for Star Trek.

    Friday, May 8, 2009

    Star Trek XI (2009)

    First of all, Spock and UHURA?!

    [Fic-writing must be going into hyperdrive right now.]

    That finally off my chest, Star Trek XI was better than I thought it'd be. Not that I was expecting it to be miserable or anything; it's just this subconscious thing I somehow have against sci-fi movies. Un-bloody-fortunately. Which is weird, because I like space operas. Also kinda like how I always think Shia LaBeouf's gonna annoy me when he doesn't. He never does, actually.

    For those not into movie hype, Star Trek XI is the long-awaited movie chronicling the early lives of the main deck crew of the U.S.S. Enterprise, right before James T. Kirk became the Captain we all know and love.

    ['Long-awaited', because everyone wants to see whether JJ Abrams falls flat on his face with this retelling.]

    The movie first delves into the background of Kirk and Spock, with the other characters making appearances as the movie progresses. They face angry Romulan Captain Nero, who's pissed for reasons that are revealed in the movie (don't want to spoil too much) and wants revenge on the entire Federation. Naturally, they beat the guy, and they're set on their way to "boldly go where no man has gone before."

    Now, I'm not a full-on Trekker, but I do have basic knowledge of the series, on account of having watched most of the original movies (plus the Next Generation ones), and I'd have to say that I liked the movie. Chris Pine was spot-on Shatner when he's being cocky (especially during the Kobayashi Maru sequence), which I loved. Zachary Quinto was great as Spock, although I was half-expecting some telekinetic butchering to be had when Kirk was trying to get a rise out of him.

    I'm kidding; Quinto doesn't go into THAT LOOK in Star Trek.

    [LEONARD NIMOY'S IN IT TOOOO!! But I already knew that, so when he finally came out, it didn't have much of an impact on me.]

    Karl Urban proved me wrong. I thought he was too macho and buff army-guy (Bourne Supremacy, Doom, Pathfinder...) to play McCoy, but dude was awesome. "Dammit! I'm a doctor, not a physicist!" made my day. Anton Yelchin was adorable as Chekov, considering I never really liked Chekov and found the original rather annoying. He sounded a bit strained putting on the accent, though.

    I think the writers did a brilliant job. Storyline was okay, but with the whole time-travelling plot device, which inevitably created an alternate reality branching out from that point, they've just secured themselves an ass-ton of sequels WITH the creative liberty of messing around with the characters BUT WITHOUT the indignant wrath of a Trekker saying that the canon's being disrespected.

    It's like starting over. Now that's impressive.

    8/10 for effort. Loved the Romulan ship.

    Wednesday, May 6, 2009

    More Karate Kid remake details revealed!

    As we all (relatively) know, the 'reimagining' (po-TAY-toe, po-TAH-toe) will be a Jaden Smith vehicle, since it's produced by his pap Will Smith, with an emphasis on the 'kid' in the title. Back then, they haven't cast Mr. Miyagi yet, with names like Jackie Chan and Stephen Chow (HA!) being thrown around.

    Now we know the plot.

    Jaden will be playing a kid whose single mother gets tranferred to China, and, obviously standing out and not knowing the language, gets the crap beat out of him. In comes Mr. MiyagiHan (Jackie Chan confirmed), who feels sorry for the kid, and decide to teach him martial arts and Chinese.

    Though not a fan of the original (I thought it was okay), this Hollywood trend of rapingremaking old movies has to stop. I get that it's all about 'who you know', but Jaden Smith does NOT have to be in every other movie just 'cuz his father is Will Smith. It gets very annoying.

    [Like Shia Labeouf, only I'm used to him now and he doesn't annoy me that much anymore. And Beyoncé.]

    And most importantly, karate is JAPANESE, and not part of Chinese culture. If you want to set the movie in China, you might as well call it The Kung-Fu Kid. It's blatantly ignorant on their part to keep the original title.

    [Have to get that into those thick gwailo studio heads.]

    I mean, seriously, just because there's a name-change doesn't mean people won't know that it's a new take on The Karate Kid, and NOT go see the film. And besides, why isn't it set in Japan? Is it too expensive there or something?

    [REALLY doesn't take a genius to see that fuckery is halfway abound.]

    How do you guys feel about the remake? Sound off below and tell us what you think!

    Deadpool, Wolverine sequels confirmed!

    Barely days after Wolverine's release, Marvel has confirmed another sequel about Wolverine and a spin-off for Deadpool, both of which will be based on each of the two endings in X-Men Origins: Wolverine.

    Not too sure about the Wolverine one, but apparently the Deadpool movie will be set BEFORE the events in Origin, which will explore more of the Merc with the Mouth's origins.

    [They'll probably call it X-Men Origins: Deadpool. So much for originality.]

    Tuesday, May 5, 2009

    Slumdog Millionaire (2008)

    Story starts off with a question on how Jamal (Mr Patel) won his 20 million Rp. His childhood life was not easy, went through ups and downs. Though its a miracle how he can speak English so well. He learn during his growing up process (more towards bitter learning). Watch the credit part, nice dance..."Jai Ho"..Hehehe. Yet another movie of love wins it all. Really unbelievable crap.

    My answer: a 7 for this.

    Monday, May 4, 2009

    Saw III (2006)

    It's 5 a.m and darn instead of heading towards book, I was watching this. Now, this is just sad. Really sad. And I notice, John, is actually afraid of death , thus he plays game to made everyone suffer just as what he is suffering. He uses Amanda (from Saw I) in playing his game (turns out, Amanda's game has no ending). Damn sad this one. Well that's about it. Don't have Saw IV. Gotta read now (wish me luck).

    A 8 for a horror yet sad one. Nice. Almost gonna vomit out but haay, its 5 a.m, I'm freezing in seeing too much blood oozing out from each victim he plays a game on.(Including himself, during the brain breathing process operation!!) (By the way: You just get addictive once you start watching this as he is such a genius!)

    Saw II (2005)

    Just so cute, right??Ahhhh....

    Awesome! Awesome! Just I'm currently so in love with all this Jigsaw guy. Darn, he is such a genius. Live or Die . Listen carefully, in what he has to say. Gosh, he just told Mr Wahlberg( the not so charming Wahlberg brother), that his son is safe but oh well, he was just to pissed to listen. So anyways, he beat up John, got himself into trouble only to find himself chain (the same place Saw I took place). Oh ya, there are moral values in this too: Appreciate life as it is and be thankful in what you've got. Watch it, not so gross after you sorta get the courage to see blood. Love the plot compare to Saw I as there are more movement in this.

    The combination part to unlock the safe was the best. Now Amanda is taking over Mr (Jigsaw), can't wait to continue the third one. Definitely, a 8 for this.

    (Its 5th of May, and I'm still doing this(watching movie instead of reading, anyways, will blog on Saw III soon. Right now, wish me luck!!)

    DOA: Dead Or Alive (2006)

    Nothing much but except really smoking HOT chicks, unbelievable 'Girl Power' fighting scenes, Ms Valance, bra fighting part was really HOT! Anyways, smoking hot chicks and KICK ASS fighting scenes to watch, pretty nothing much, actually.

    A 5 maybe? (Suppose to study hard, end up watching all this instead. Arr darn me!!)

    P.S. I Love You (2007)

    How you feel like cuddling your love one after watching this and wouldn't wanna let him go even for a minute. This movie basically revolves around a widower, Ms Swank after his husband's (Mr Butler: P.S: Your F* hot!). He , Mr Butler, was so thoughtful about sending letters love letters via advance postage, in making sure his wife receives it and doing all the things that's written on. I love Ms Kudrow's tag line in dating a guy too, so cute, next year, I'm gonna try it on someone. Watch this, though the storyline seems slow, but its rather interesting.

    A 7 1/2. If Mr Butler stays longer maybe a 7 3/4. ahahaha

    The Onion Movie (2008)

    With, 'virgin Britney on the right'

    With its tag line, "America's finest News source", I like the scene, the "Virgin Britney part". Hilarious. Lol. Anyways, if you really want a good laugh, try this. A not so long movie, just a relaxing one when you need a totally not logic laugh.

    A 6 for its 'stupidity' jokes. Special appearance Steven Seagal aka Cock Puncher. Haven't see him for quite sometimes.

    Wolverine kicks ass!

    Despite early awful, awful, awful reviews, Wolverine took in $87 million during its opening weekend in the States and Canada, with a total of $160 mil worldwide!!

    [Sorry, Watchmen. $55 mil for opening weekend.]

    Sunday, May 3, 2009

    The Happening (2008)

    Imagine, Mr Wahlberg, a Science teacher, gosh, I'll straight away sign in. Woot woot..Anyways, movie was basically portraying about toxic uses, on how it effects mankind. But I really hate how it ended, seems love thou shall be the swiftest if ones in love. (like suddenly loves rules all) So it doesn't stops in America itself the 'supernatural thing' its spreading else where.

    Like the plot 8(to rate), hate the love 5(on Mr and Mrs Moore (character in it))

    Saw (2004)

    Disgusting scenes. Love the mask, so adorable. Love the way they twist the bad character, at first I thought it was Mr Glover after his partner's death, then later what seems unavoidable, happen, Mr Elwes saw of his leg, WTF. Bleeding while trying to escape for help, his face turns white, again WTF.

    A 7 1/2 perhaps?

    Saturday, May 2, 2009

    Little Black Book (2004)

    Stars Miss Murphy as Miss Stacy Holt. Interesting movie, for me, as this was actually the first movie I get to see Palm Pilot aka so nice like that equipment. So anyways, she found his boy friend's Palm, check it, did some research on his exs, found them to be very intelligent and beautiful women, made friends with them, betrayed by ever 'as if so good' friend, play by Miss Hunter, betrayed by colleagues in workplace, regret leaving his ex (that was sorta the sad moment where, Miss Murphy had coffees at his ex's place but didn't bum into him *no fate to meet*). But no worries, she felt thankful and all that everything ends though not exactly how she plans it, but it was worth it as he was happy. Special appearance too that was how I thought, rather funny, the way they end it. Sweet yet nice.

    Over all a 7 rated movie, kinda nice if you watch it with a love one..

    "Hi, I'm a Marvel...

    ...and I'm a DC."

    It's Just Some Random Guy had posted a new one some days ago, with Deadpool doing the rounds with the Watchmen.

    Loved it, loved it, loved it. Enjoy :)

    Friday, May 1, 2009

    Crash, Bang, BOOM!

    New Transformers 2 trailer looks fantastic, by the way.

    Oh, and highlight below for spoilers:
    Megatron really IS back.

    Cruel Restaurant (2008)

    While browsing through the web for some horror stuff, I came across this very lame horror movie, or should I just say, the lamest LMAO HORROR movie I've ever encounter. WTF, the cast was ugly (well maybe for Miss Mihiro), the story line was DAMN shitty, the restaurant (u even call that shit house a restaurant, and guess what they even have critics coming in to that lame place to do review on the VERY dull dumpling (see also wanna vomit, no mood kind of food. Then the funny part, there was this scene a martial art scene where she thinks its some sorta cool thing to , but its totally irrelevant material). Anyways, to simplify this, DON'T ever think about watching this movie. Totally crap shit! Not scary whatsoever!!

    How to rate this also, giving me a headache, No need rate, i assume, THE WORST from me.

    Wolverine gets awful reviews!

    Based on the Tomatometer, Wolverine is doing way, way, way worse than Watchmen ever did, with only 38% freshness on its second day, while Watchmen, currently in its 7th week, is at 64%.

    [I used Watchmen as a basis for comparison because everyone but the fans (and I) said that the movie was crap. In your faces, professional reviewers.]

    GQ UK says that it's worse than Australia. Major burn. I haven't seen it (because I really don't want to), but the general consensus was that it was awful.

    Don't know how it's doing at the box-office, because it's too early for the figures. Let's hope future reviews aren't so bad.

    [Maybe I should sway Pammy into seeing Star Trek instead. Even though she knows jack about it.]

    First photo from Iron Man 2!

    Courtesy of USA Today

    It's cool to see that Tony Stark still keeps his previous work-in-progress suits, from the klunky one on the far left, the bulky one that looks like War Machine, the slightly-dusty red one second from the right, to the more refined suit that we all know and love.

    Iron Man 2 comes out May 7th, 2010, and includes Don Cheadle (replacing Terrence Howard as James Rhodes), Mickey Rourke, Scarlett Johansson and Sam Rockwell as the main newbies.


    [When will we be seeing the Mandarin?]

    EDIT: I just found out that Genndy Tartakovsky storyboarded the movie. How awesome is THAT?!!
    For those who don't know, Genndy Tartakovsky is the creator of animated greats like Dexter's Laboratory and Samurai Jack, and was director of many other cartoons, including the awesome Star Wars: Clone Wars (the 2003 one, and not the 3D series that just came out).

    Last Airbender teaser attached to Transformers 2!

    From what I've heard, it's going to show Noah Ringer as Aang for the first time ever.

    Let's see whether it'll be the Dragonball of 2010.

    [After all, those who saw the Dragonball trailer and yelled, 'FAIL!" weren't contradicted when it finally came out.]