Timm Schoof July 31, 2012 | movies_and_television
I did like it. But it’s still just ‘psycho stuff’
Can there be movies like this after Fight Club that don’t leave you feeling cheated on after watching?
- Rabbit Hole
Interesting. Well played. Can see where those Oscar Nominations came from
Really, one scene was the most intensive one I’ve watched in a long time.
- Enemy of the State
Yeah, it’s just a Bruckheimer movie after all.
Will Smith wears a long, dark coat in one scene. He so could’ve been Neo.
How weird is that last scene? Gene Hackman films his lower legs on the beach and writes“Wish you were here” in the sand?
The latest NSA reports in mind, it’s clear the agency’s capabilities shown in the movie aren’t overstated.
- Forgetting Sarah Marshall
Better than I expected, but still not what you call a ‘good movie’. Jason Segel isn’t that good of an actor, but apparently he can write okay.
- Garden State
Same as Forgetting Sarah Marshall, but better. Not so… ‘blonde’?
Felt like a Road Movie to me. A fun journey, but I didn’t know what to make of it at the end. Still better than your average chick flick, though.
I laughed hard the first time twelve minutes into the film. Christoph Waltz eating pie - hilarious.
The film definitely has good scenes, and is what I consider ‘a good film’, but it didn’t fascinate, astonish or inspire me, if you catch my drift.