Originally posted by CosmoNut
Beverly Hills Ninja - Just awful.
Haunted Honeymoon - Thought it would be funny with Gene Wilder & Gilda Radner. Not funny and plot holes the size of Texas. Terrible.
Election - Just a flat out wrong film.
The English Patient - It won an Oscar why?
the english patient--what a waste of time--we walked out, another hollywood elitism self indulgent mess....but how "hollywood loved it" convinced all the papers it was "better" got an oscar--tells you something about "getting an oscar" more of a egocentric we are better than you attitudes (i don't like the hollywood elitists)--just yuck
"seven" a reasonable constucted story line, but so horrific never wanted to see it let again. i like movies i would watch again. it's like a date. i only go on a first date if i would want to go on a second or third ( worked with my wife, she is my most wonderful) dating her was definitly a "redue"
sometimes i just like a good story, sometimes mindless entertainment--i'm not looking for a "polictical statement (like the day after tomorrow--yuck), mostly i like comedies, romantic comedies--so i can hold my wifes hand tightly. oh pe-shaw. you know i like to be able to take my family to movies so we can all enjoy them. have you seen "herbie reloaded" simple, cute, fun. "chicken little"( now disney... do you think you can make it work without pixar?) "chicken little" was a hoot. but at $40 bucks with popcorn....ouch! but i'll buy it as a dvd.
most of the time i don't use "reviews" unless i don't know anyone that has seen it. i trust my friends judgement not so much hollywood anything--have any of you been to "hollywood" lately---it's a dive. junky, dirty streets, junky looking buildings, t-shirt shops, don't feel safe walking around.
yea...that's another one "the day after tomorrow" what a lame story line.
postman kevin costner better pick better scripts.
hasn't there been complaints that movie going has fallen something like 10-15% since last year....HEY HOLLLYWOOOD we have choices now......we don't like spending 30-40 bucks on just anything. i will admit that some shows look best on the big screen, but come on more and more are getting that big screen experience at home, there is a thread that lucas sees the new movie business model having us being able to download "in theater' movies . HEY HOLLYWOOD it's cheaper to buy the dvd then go the the movies....you charge soooo much that you have killed the golden goose (consumers)
see.....you just got me started.