Strange movie, beautiful, but strange. That being said, I really liked it.
My favorite part was when the henchmen are in the car and they show you that what you thought was the background is really them.
The maitre de flopping and flailing about, Bruno being used a a spare tire and he’s unfailing devotion to barking at passing trains were also gems of this movie.
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.
“You’re Jean Valjean…” Marius
Not going to really say anything about Django except Dr. Schultz voice was so irritating especially in the beginning, I don’t know if I got used to it as the movie went on or it got better.
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 tried so many times to play this game as a child and I still have never played Clue.
I didn’t realize Clue was the silly, slightly confusing movie it was, and I loved it. You can’t help but love these types of movies when done right.
My favorite part about this movies, other than treating an absurd situation somewhat normally:
Col. Mustard: Just checking!
Mrs. Peacock: Everything alright?
Col. Mustard: Yep, two corpses, everything’s fine.
Is the play on words they do:
Mr. Green: So, it was you. I was going to expose you.
Wadsworth: I know, so I choose to expose myself.
Col. Mustard: Please, there are ladies present.
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.”
Norma: “Are you in therapy, too?”
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
So I understand that Lori was a “bad guy” but I really enjoyed her. I was kinda rooting for her, not to kill Doug, but I wanted her to have a good ending, not the one she got. She was just so kick ass and she played dirty, no matter how many times he took her out she was right around the corner like it was nothing.
My favorite moment of this movie is when Doug and Lori are first fighting and she just slid and hit his face with her crouch, it was beautiful. All of her punches were so sharp, she wasn’t playing.
“If I’m not me, then who the hell am I?” Doug
This is my favorite part of the movie. His disgust at Cal’s Velcro wallet.
This movie is beautiful and inappropriate. It was so cute to see this player find someone that makes him want to settle down.
Jessica, teenage babysitter, in love with the dad, Cal. Robbie’s unwanted advances toward Jessica, it was stalkerish.
Before I knew that Nana= Hannah, I was questioning if they were really that close to one of their grandmothers.
“Honestly, I don’t know if I should help you or I should euthanize you.” Jacob
I really don’t know why I agreed to watch this. I don’t care for scary movies, because they are rarely scary to me and blend together very easily. And The Possession was no exception. There interesting parts but nothing that will stand out in my mind.
I was actually disappointed with this movie. I was expected more out of the movie, was expecting them to go after the people that had been eliminating the agents. And I spent the time that they were together wondering how they were going to do that. But he was good once got his blue virus thing.
There was a lot of action and that was on point. I was just expecting too much and I would have probably enjoyed the movie more if I hadn’t expected more.
Marta: “Are we lost?”
Aaron: “No, I was just looking at our options.”
Marta: “Oh, I was kinda hoping we were lost.”
I liked this movie, it was different from anything I’ve seen recently.
The thing about movies involving time travel, they make me think about time travel and how what happens in the movie measures up to the movies rules about time travel. But then there’s always the point where I lose track of my logic and give up.
So Cid was creepy and adorable.
And at the end it had me thinking that the Joes and Cid were all in the same. And then I thought about if that were true then he slept with his mom. So I decided that Joe could see himself in Cid if his mom died, he could see his whole future.
“I don’t want to talk about time travel because if we start talking about it then we’re going to be here all day talking about it, making diagrams with straws.” Old Joe
I was not expecting what I got when I saw this movie, but I loved every minute of it. I definitely need more Wes Anderson in my life.
This was a movie that I didn’t know what it was about before I watched it, which was actually really nice not knowing what to expect at all.
Things that I loved about this movie, besides all of it: The dancing, the “fight” scene, Sam going Shawshank, Suzy’s binoculars, Sam’s hat, Sam getting struck by lightning.
These two kids feel more than the adults in their little town.
“I love you, but you don’t know what you’re talking about.” Sam