the_wolfs_howl wrote:I also watched the second Bionicle movie, Legends of Metru Nui XD My childhood!
the_wolfs_howl wrote:I also watched Blast from the Past, a hilarious movie about a family who went into a fallout shelter in the '60s and then send their son (who was born down there) to the surface for supplies in the '90s. It was so funny to watch this guy who's never seen anyone other than his parents muddle around in the real world for the first time. And despite the amount of vulgarity, it just felt so refreshing because he'd been raised with morals and he sticks to them no matter what. (Also, I think this is the only time I've ever seen a movie where the main character, in all seriousness, asks people to stop taking God's name in vain. And people say, "You got a problem with that?" and he says forcefully, "Yes, I do!")
the_wolfs_howl wrote:What's Eating Gilbert Grape
I mainly watched this movie in order to see a very young Johnny Depp and Leonardo DiCaprio. I think this is hands-down the very very best acting DiCaprio has ever done. While some of the content in this movie prevents me from recommending it wholeheartedly, I thought it was worth a watch. It's about an incredibly dysfunctional family trying to just survive, and about the oldest son who meets a girl and tries to crawl out of the miserable life he's stuck in.
the_wolfs_howl wrote:Finally got around to watching Legend of the Guardians (not to be confused with Rise of the Guardians or Guardians of the Galaxy :roll: ). It was really good! The animation was beautiful, the music was awesome, it was really fun to hear so many Australian accents, and the story was really gripping and interesting. I don't think I've ever seen such a good fantasy story featuring animals before. You could tell they'd done their research on how owls move and what the different species look like. You never forgot that they were owls, but it soon became more interesting and important to follow the epic story that was unfolding.
Mullet Death wrote:Some time this week I'm making time to marathon all three Hobbit movies followed immediately by all three Lord of the Rings movies in one epic session. The extended versions of course. I wanted to find someone to do it with me but I don't think I'll be able to convince anyone.
the_wolfs_howl wrote:The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy
Hilarious. I'd never been particularly interested in this movie - I thought it looked too dumb - until I realized that Martin Freeman is in it. And I will put up with a lot for Martin Freeman's sake XD He rocked, of course, and all of it was pretty hilarious. My favorite part: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BtqXLwNj2RE
MomentOfInertia wrote:Did you catch that Alan Rickman was Marvin?
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