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This is where we catalog the films we see during the year, and then DISCUSS THEM later in the thread (please don't neglect this part).2007 Zone Movie Journal2008 Zone Movie Journal2009 Zone Movie Journal Please allow the first page for those saving their spots for the journals, in other words, don't clutter up the first page with multiple posts. And here's to a wonderful 2010.________________________________________________________________________ - Who would've thought that I'd see a classic film to start the year. Some of this felt dream like, and when EVERYTHING in the film started going his way, I was almost positive that it would be revealed that he was certainly dreaming. I was expecting something more along the lines of Jackson and The Rock were always beating Ferrell and Marky Mark to the punch and getting all the credit for stuff, and at the end, the other guys have to actually save the day. - One of the better film Guy Ritchie has made, in my opinion. Smith's first real mainstream movie is also his most underrated.
I'm sure this would be more impressive if I saw it when it was released, but by today's standards, it just is another film. - Yes, this was pretty cool, but it wasn't my favorite from last year. But it was a fun sci-fi flick, and I think the director has a lot of potential. - I'm still trying to wrap my head around what I just saw. I've been saying that Tom Hardy was going to be a star for a while, and this cemented that. I have to think on this some more, and see it some more, but right now it's a solid 9/10.50. That was the way this was marketed, and I think that would have been the better film. And I really sort of liked the Holmes/Watson dynamic. Although it's pretty predicatable and conventional, compared to his other Rom Com "Chasing Amy", it feels more complete and satisfying.
Some great suspense, but this felt too long, and disjointed. I mean, the final title card at the end of the film, says, "So it begins," or something similar.) Hell, call the film ROBIN HOOD BEGINS. This sort of does to the Hood mythos what BEGINS did to Batman. I enjoyed Copley like everyone else, but I don't think his acting was that great. But Neeson was really the anchor holding it all together. I mean, the title describes him, but you wouldn't know it by watching it. Still, it could have been worse, but I can't help feeling that the filmmakers have sort of backed themselves into a corner by not showing any of the flashback/back story stuff and that they've skipped to focus on teenage love. NAPOLEON DYNAMITE - You know, I liked this a lot more this time around than the first time I watched it. NATIONAL LAMPOON'S VAN WILDER - Not a great film, but it was fun. Not better than most of the other best pic nominees, in fact. So today I went on with (kind of) part three in the Wolfman saga.
Pine has proven he has the ability to be a star, but Abrams continues his impressive streak of solid work. - Not as amazingly badass as I had heard, and a lot of the best jokes were spoiled by the trailers (big surprise! I don't see a lot of new comedies, so this was probably one of the funnier movies I've seen in a while, but that's not saying a lot. I love all the symbolism in this, and Clooney has rarely been more fun than this. Like showing the Basterds ambush the Germans instead of just showing the aftermath (the prelude to the Bear Jew scene), but what's here is great. It was a run of the mill sappy crap that is churned out every year, but it wasn't a complete waste. Although this one's a bit more idiotic, it's still very amusing. Seriously, without all the Bennifer hate when the film came out, it probably would have been recieved much better and Carlin would have maybe gotten an Oscar nod. Okay, to be honest I still got no fucking idea if they planned to make it that campy or if just something went wrong, but one thing is for sure: I love the result! Okay, I probably like this movie a little bit more than most others for personal reasons. It plain and simple touched my soul, because it eerily reflects a pretty fresh part of my life (And I'm not talking about the donkeyfucking).We need a dramatic hook, not a endless series of pretty pictures. Although I thought Cheadle's Rhodes was a bit stiff. JAWS 3 - We watched it because my wife had never seen it. I heard a lot of negativity on this, but it's just as good as the Kingdom of Heaven DC. It drug a bit in the middle, but that's my only real complaint. Just tell us this is the prequel to Robin Hood, don't call it Robin Hood. Although he has some of his trademarks in every movie, it's impossible to say: "Watch one of his movies and you know all of them." He's maybe not Mr Versatility, but he's a more capable filmmaker than many people (want to) think he is.---------12th Maybe some of you will remember that I'm still writing a book with reviews of Werewolf movies.A few of his sins of the past (way too much slo mo) really come back to haunt him here. I love the sense of humor that runs throughout, and I thought the screenplay was superb, as much as one about a fox robbing from a bunch of farms can be. I really didn't like him until he had that rooftop scene at the end. I hate it about as much as I love the original Jaws. Although there is a certain cheesiness and camp to some of it that makes it at least worth a grin. Call it something else, and call part two (judging from the end, it seemed like Scott really wanted to make this into a trilogy, or at least make one more that is a more "traditional" Hood story. [email protected] POTTER AND THE HALF BLOOD PRINCE - I've said all along that Snape has been criminally underused, and it's a shame that he was even put to the back burner in his own film. I'm WAAAAY behind my shedule, but I'm working on catching up.I think the director played his hard early by showing Holden dead. I think they dropped the ball a bit by making the protagonist, Wikus, so much of an asshole. I actually think this is one of the better animated films I've seen. Probably lowers the chances of him being Cassidy in my dream PREACHER film, but oh well. I like that it's open for a sequel, and I'll certainly be there for it. -My dad and I went to check this out, and we both had a blast. And most important: It lacks all of these awkward moments that somehow ruined a huge part of "Amy". It's silly, it's campy, it's crazy, it's creative, it's a wonder- and faithful adaptation of the old serials (don't know about the comics), it's NOT boring for one single second!He was so conceded that I really started to feel like I didn't care if he was successful or not. I liked the sexiness that Jolie had, and that Mc Avoy kid wasn't bad. GET SMART - This movie's not great, but something about it tickles my funny bone. Hell, in some months, this would be the best film of the month. Downey has really turned himself into one of the only "reliable" leading men out there. For me, I'll remember this summer for Toy Story 3, Inception, and Machete. It's also one of the few movies that portray realistic child behaviour. It's a little bit like a good child's birthday party should be. Before Tarantino bastardized it.)I got seriously nothing but love for this movie.
The only weak spot was Verne Troyer, whose not the best actor. I know the remake isn't exactly looked upon too fondly, but Richard Attenborough is so likable. The script was my favorite part of the whole affair. Nobody Jaco Van Dormael 2009 Animal Kingdom David Michod 2010 The Hole Joe Dante 2009 Bistro Sean Gray 2010 Ideal (Season 6) Graham Duff 2010 Predators Nimrod Antal 2010 The Treasure of the Sierra Madre John Huston 1948 Catfish Henry Joost, Ariel Schulman 2010 Winter's Bone Debra Granik 2010 Red Robert Schwentke 2010 Survivors (Seasons 1-2) Adrian Hodges 2010 La Corta Notte Delle Bambole Di Vetro (Short Night Of The Glass Dolls) Aldo Lado 1971 Rubicon (Season 1) Jason Horwitch, Henry Bromell 2010 Day & Night Teddy Newton 2010 Piranha 3D Alexandre Aja 2010 Mad Men (Season 4) Matthew Weiner 2010 Apocalypse Now Redux Francis Ford Coppola 1979 An American Werewolf In London John Landis 1981 Ima, Soko Ni Iru Boku (Now and Then, Here and There) (Season 1) Akitaro Daichi 2000 I Tre Volti Della Paura (Black Sabbath) Mario Bava, Salvatore Billitteri 1963 Les Yeux Sans Visage (Eyes Without A Face) Georges Franju 1960 The American Anton Corbijn 2010 Howl Rob Epstein, Jeffrey Friedman 2010 Night Of The Living Dead George A. Romero 1978 Phantasm Don Coscarelli 1979 The Sentinel Michael Winner 1977 The Social Network David Fincher 2010 Loong Boonmee raleuk chat (Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past Lives) Apichatpong Weerasethakul 2010 Triangle Christopher Smith 2009 A Single Man Tom Ford 2009 The Iron Giant Brad Bird 1999 Eastbound And Down (Season 2) Ben Best, Jody Hill, Danny Mc Bride 2009 The Kids Are All Right Lisa Cholodenko 2010 Black Death Christopher Smith 2010 Chobits (Season 1) Morio Asaka 2002 Damages (Seasons 1-3) Glenn Kessler, Todd A. Smarts of the director are seen inside frames of which the movie was made. You could still very good see what's going on, but it was still far, far away from "24" or "Children Of Men" quality! And the situations they run into are also pretty standard teen comedy fare. It has a serious DTV feel, mostly because of the C-List star and the unknown and uncharismatic supporting cast.