When they first showed The Rock I was watching his arms and it was interesting to see that because he has so much muscle that his arms naturally hang like half a foot from his body.
These movies are always so much fun. The racing and action, the pretty cars, the family and the funny people, you can’t go wrong. 2 Fast 2 Furious was actually on while while I was watching this and I looked at it for a second and that movie is clearly from 2002/2003 with those cars and clothes.
When he reached into the cabinet for the gun, I thought it was a door and I was wondering why the had such a small door, he couldn’t fit through that.
I expected this movie to be strange but it was strange in an unexpected way. But I think it’s because it’s a French movie because the few French movies I’ve seen have a different way of doing movies than the American way. So I think I was expecting American weird not French weird.
It’s been a very long time since I’ve seen a new movie and even longer since I’ve posted here. But summer is back, so I’ll be back. I won’t be watching as many movies as I did last summer since I have a job, but I will be here. My first post of the summer will be up later.
So I didn’t understand Fantine, because she would hit or make retaliation at the men that were attacking/threatening/trying to help her, and they would say something or do something and she would cower. She knew that what she was doing wouldn’t be well received but she continued to lash out and regret it the second it was reciprocated. I just felt like she should of learned to stand down or stand behind her actions, if she wasn’t afraid to scratch, spit and hit these people she should have stood by that.
I didn’t particular like or not like this movie, but I think I would have enjoyed this story more through a different medium.
Emma as Sam felt awkward in her first scene the way she delivered her lines seemed unbelievable. But I loved her, when Sam and Patrick did the “living room routine”.
Thinking about how his parent Kate Walsh and Dylan McDermott are both on very traumatic tv shows.
I couldn’t take ponytail Derek, not just because he was a horrible person hitting his girlfriend, but because he was played by Nicholas Braun and I couldn’t really focus on anything other than it seemed wrong for him to be playing this character.
But I really liked this movie it was a raw movie of a high school experience.
"Mary Elizabeth why are you trying to eat Christmas." Patrick
So I have been recently introduced to Gene Wilder outside of Willy Wonka and I love him, he’s ridiculous and previously I have not been a big fan of that, but actors like him and movies like this change my mind.
I think it takes true talent to fail at failing.
"You have exactly ten seconds to change that look of disgusting pity into one of enormous respect." Max
I won’t say I don’t like this movie or that I did, because for me movies like this aren’t to like or to not, they are an experience, something I’ve never thought about before. It’s just so weird it doesn’t really fit into any category except interesting.
There were a lot of shocking things in the movie that were just compounded upon once you remember previous scenes with the new information.
Vicente: “You are different. I am different as well.”
This movie was hard for me to pay attention to, I don’t know if it was the lack of captions or the fact that scene outside of the hospital and the last 30 minutes of the movie were the only interesting parts of this movie.
I liked the plot twist, not the first one, but the second or the not-so-obvious plot twist, but at the same time I didn’t care because I wasn’t really interested in the movie. But I’m glad it happen because it gave the movie some sort of redeeming quality.
The ending was nice because it expanded the single spy focus to a whole world of espionage.
"Don’t do it she’ll make it fall off." Russian lady doing laundry