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Posted by Deadwired2 on May 07, 2006
Scary Movie 4
Scary Movie 4 Dude, this movie was absolutely horrible from start to finish. I am a huge fan of Abrahams/Zucker movies, as well as Leslie Neilson movies, even though they're the exact same thing. The funniest parts about this entire movie are surmised in two instances: one Myspace comment and Leslie Neilson buck naked. You can imagine that for free and get the same entertainment. I hate to play the parody elitist, but really, Scary Movie 3 wasn't all that funny, especially in contrast to incredible films like Hot Shots! and Hot Shots: Part Deux. It just seems like the creative parody well has run dry.
Posted by Deadwired2 on May 07, 2006
Garage Days
Garage Days This movie blows complete ass.
Posted by Deadwired2 on May 07, 2006
American History X
American History X This film is absolutely phenominal. Although at times the moral does get a bit hazy and confusing, it adds to the strength of the movie. It's fighting against hate, but yet, nearly every point provided by Derek in the dinner table scene is a valid one for racism. The tragic ending, his dad's ideals about their principal. It's like at times he wants the viewer to associate themselves with the racists views to understand just how hateful they are, because on it's own, a movie about Neo-Naziism wouldn't have been an entertaining one. This is one of the greatest movies of the past centuries.
Posted by Deadwired2 on May 07, 2006
Ichi The Killer
Ichi The Killer This movie is brilliant, incredibly disturbing and ironicly funny at moments.
Posted by Deadwired2 on December 20, 2005
The Skeleton Key
The Skeleton Key Actually, I enjoyed this a good bit more than most modern horror/suspense movies like Saw, the Ring and the Grudge. This movie had a much more original setting; not too many movies that paint the bayous as a particularly evil place. However, like most horror/suspense movies, I wasn't horrified or stuck in suspense. At all. The ending I felt was kind of lame, as well.
Posted by Deadwired2 on December 20, 2005
Syriana
Syriana Syriana was incredible; saw it opening night. The best thing about this movie, though, was that it *WASN'T* like Fahrenheit 9/11, which might've been the most laughable attempt at anti-Bush propaganda ever presented. Micheal More only really accomplished proving how little he knows about politics in general, even if the movie did have several redeeming factors. It was like using arm-floats to keep the Titanic from sinking, though. Syriana's the complete opposite. Here, you get to take in everything from every side possible; it's not a matter of yellow journalism. The Taranteno progression also helped to put things into perspective. (Spoiler potential) Especially during moments like when Bob walked away from the car bomb unflinched, just to lead into the next scene which woiuld've featured an out-of-work oil-field employee. It's a fairly radical switch in perogative, but it works to keep things into a broadened and open-minded context. Amazing movie in the end.
Posted by Deadwired2 on July 03, 2005
The Grudge
The Grudge Lame. That is all.
Posted by Deadwired2 on July 03, 2005
Fahrenheit 9/11
Fahrenheit 9/11 Just as much propaganda as anything on FOX.
Posted by Deadwired2 on July 03, 2005
Cabin Fever
Cabin Fever Wait wait wait, are we talking about the same movie here? This is one of the lamest movies I've ever seen. It's good for a cringe or two, yeah, but really nothing that I'm going to want to see a year later. Worth skipping, actually.
Posted by Deadwired2 on July 03, 2005
Brainscan
Brainscan Damn right, Drop Dead Fred ruled.
Posted by Deadwired2 on July 03, 2005
The Faculty
The Faculty I liked this movie, actually. Changed my opinion of Elijah Wood as a complete geek. Then Lord of the Rings came out.
Posted by Deadwired2 on July 03, 2005
The Ring
The Ring This is one of the worst movies I've ever seen.
Posted by Deadwired2 on July 03, 2005
The Amityville Horror
The Amityville Horror This movie really disappointed me. *Spoiler*


I wanted that chubby fat kid DEAD.
Posted by Deadwired2 on July 03, 2005
Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind
Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind This is a Chuck Palanhiuk book in action. Incredible.
Posted by Deadwired2 on July 03, 2005
The Crow
The Crow One of the coolest movies ever.
Posted by Deadwired2 on July 03, 2005
Donnie Darko
Donnie Darko Incredible concept and cast, but could've done with some better cinematics.
Posted by Deadwired2 on July 03, 2005
The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie
The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie Spongebob owns.
Posted by Deadwired2 on July 03, 2005
Sin City
Sin City This is one of the best movies I have ever seen. Excellent cast of bone-able women, too.
Posted by Deadwired2 on July 03, 2005
The Shining
The Shining I love this movie, but could someone please tear Shelly Duvall's vocal chords out.
Posted by Deadwired2 on July 03, 2005
Saw
Saw This movie is horrible. Seriously one of the worst movies I have ever seen. It had some of the worst acting I had ever seen, and the storyline may have been clever, but everything else was just boring and ridiculously overhyped. If this movie scared you or fucked with your mind, you have to be extremely dull-witted.
Posted by Deadwired2 on August 19, 2004
Lara Croft: Tomb Raider
Lara Croft: Tomb Raider Her tits are fake, take off two of the points. :p
Posted by Deadwired2 on August 19, 2004
The Pest
The Pest This movie gives him such a bad reputation. He's a brilliant writer, and a hilarious guy, not to mention a brilliant actor. This movie is just shit, no matter what way you look at it.
Posted by Deadwired2 on August 19, 2004
The Matrix
The Matrix The Matrix in general never grabbed me. Not to mention, there was a rather large story gap between this and Reloaded.
Posted by Deadwired2 on August 19, 2004
The Mangler
The Mangler The sequel was horrible. Stay away. Far away. I have never seen such random and horrible over-acting before.
Posted by Deadwired2 on August 19, 2004
La Blue Girl Live 2: Live Birth Of The Demon Child
La Blue Girl Live 2: Live Birth Of The Demon Child Live action tentacle rape. I have to see this movie for the sheer comedic value alone.
Posted by Deadwired2 on August 18, 2004
Bowling For Columbine
Bowling For Columbine There's no mystery to why, and I'm surprised no one in the movie said so. America is one of the central hot-spots for drug activity, even though it's illegal, which is alone half the problem. The other half is because America is an amalgam of nations. There's no real minority here anymore, and the clash of race contributes to alot of it as well. Not to mention, America's style of capitalism is set up to correlate with the phrase, "Behind every great fortune is a great crime."
Posted by Deadwired2 on August 08, 2004
Versus
Versus Looks and sounds very interesting. Definitely going to rent.
Posted by Deadwired2 on August 08, 2004
Kill Bill: Vol. 1
Kill Bill: Vol. 1 Sidefriction, I don't know if you've heard about this, because I read it in an interview when Quentin talked about his movies. He said that he felt a real Directors role would be taking his own steps in Directing; He made the killings unrealstic for a reason. This movie wasn't meant to be a horror/thriller/action, it was meant to be his patronage to the movies he loved as a kid, the cheesey Kung-fu movies being one of those. He kept the cheese with the battles and etc., and added in the classic Tarentino dramatic monologues/dialogues along with some clever directing, plots, and such likable characters, not to mention original setting(Western and Japanese), to make for a stellar end result. I personally loved this movie.
Posted by Deadwired2 on August 08, 2004
Spider-Man 2
Spider-Man 2 I never did see what the massive appeal of this movie was, even after I watched it. The first Spider-Man, as much praise as it was rewarded, was just too ridiculously corny, and Toby Maguire seems to have a problem with giving his characters personality. Not to mention, this movie was more than half special-effects over actual acting. Not that I'm complaining, because the CGI was excellent, but I'm not about to give the actors/actresses any credit for notable talent when most of the movie isn't even acting. Another thing, the plot seemed a little too stale for me. Even though Dr. Octopus ended up being a better antagonist than I imagined, I felt his role towards the end had gone to waste with the way the story turned. Plus, Harry becomes the new Green Goblin? The son of the original? Oh yeah, that's original right there. This movie is OK, but I nothing I really found special.
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