At 6/8/08 06:46 AM, PenisClown wrote:
A Clockwork Orange
Brilliant in every way, this movie has changed my life. My absolute favourite, it's captured me completely. I much prefer the first half, those classic scenes and lines. The Nadsat is brilliant, it makes the movie. Kubrick did a great job with the camera too. The opening is my favourite scene, but the rest does not dissapoint. The slow motion scene where Alex attacks Dim and George is also among my favourites, aswell as the rape scene and the fast motion sex scene. Gody, godly, godly work. Unbeatable. <3. 10/10
It´s really a masterpiece for it´s day, and still is i guess. It´s got a very unique feel to the movie that not alot of other movies have. Like you say, it has alot of very good scenes, like the slow motion fight and the fast motion sex scene. Music always seemed to fit in pretty damn perfect aswell. This movie does not dissapoint :D Glad you liked it!
Donnie Darko (Rewatch)
I saw Donnie Darko about 4 or 5 years ago, and i can´t remember it much, but i do remember liking it some what :3
Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children (Rewatch)
This blew me away, I really got into the story. 8/10.
Being the huge FF fan that i am, i loved this movie. I´d give it a 10/10, but that´s just me ;P
2001: A Space Oddysey
Determined to get into Kubrick, I rented this movie. Unfortunately I was unable to retain consciousness throughout it. It was that boring.
I have a feeling I will really appreciate it next time I watch it.
I want to see this movie, even though everyone says it´s boring, i think it could be kinda good. I´m gonna try and get my hands on this one.
The Number 23
Great stuff, with a really great story, with a really good twist at the end. Jim Carey doesn't do what he does best, but he still does it well. 8/10
Not seen it yet, but from what you said, i´ll check it out.
I haven´t seen many movies in the past week, so i´m gonna have to have a film fest soon. Maybe weekend.