The Exorcist, here I come. I didn't give enough respect to a 1982 horror movie. Let's see how I feel about one about 10 years older.
So that, was The Exorcist. I watched it to the end, but took five or so minute breaks a couple of times.
My God. I thought it was pretty good. The plot was great, and the movie definitely affected me a hell of a lot more than Poltergeist did. I thought the effects that were used were great for its time, hardly anything seemed wrong, and the acting was pretty good, too. Near the end there, I felt a bit uneasy and could feel my stomach churning a couple times (the noises coming from the demon kinda disturbed me). But I am fine. All of the scenes served their purpose and I didn't think anything was really all that unnecessary or stupid.
One thing I kind of don't get though is how she became possessed in the first place?
Now, I don't know if I'll be wanting to see this movie again anytime soon. Maybe, maybe not. It did its job. If I gave Poltergeist a 2 or a 3, this deserves a perfect score.
5 / 5
I'm sure glad I felt good enough to give it a higher score. If I didn't, I would have probably forced myself to watch Cannibal Holocaust or A Serbian Film to teach myself a lesson or two about what a classic horror movie is all about.
I watched Good Will Hunting! It was a great comedy! Ha ha ha ha!! I laughed my ass off at every damn second! OMG I'm still laughing right now!!!
0 / 5
I liked it. Thought it was pretty good. Liked the story and the characters. Not sure how I wanted the movie to end, but I wasn't disappointed.
4 / 5
I loved Good Will Hunting. I saw it twice I liked it so much
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Not to hijack this thread all for myself, but I just want to say, that I am open to suggestions.
The Exorcist is my favorite horror movie of all time. Still creeps me out when I watch it for Halloween. Fun facts:
25 Fascinating Facts About The*Exorcist - Listverse
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OMG, I saw The Exorcist only once, and that was after reading the book. I was still in high school, maybe 16, and we went to see it in NYC. I sat way up front and watched the film while holding my hands up to my eyes. I never could watch a horror film and still don't to this day. I can still picture that infamous 360 degree head spin. For at least a week, I crawled into my younger sister's twin bed at night and slept with her. That's how scared I was. Once was enough.
FM , I saw Good Will Hunting more than once, myself. I really enjoyed it and Matt and Ben were so young when they wrote the screenplay.