My son and I just watched 30 Days of Night and we both think it ranks as one of the worst movies we've ever watched. It was disjointed and hard to follow at times and a lot of storyline was left unexplained. My son said it's based off a graphic novel so I'm guessing the original story is probably much better than the crapfest that became the film.
And what's up with all the films these days love that "high speed jump around the screen in a blur" for their action scenes? I find that technique totally annoying. It's like they don't want us to see the bad stunt acting so just fast forward the speed so it looks really cool instead. NOT.
:yeahthat I am so glad someone agrees with me on that. I hate it. That's why I couldn't really enjoy the latest Bourne movie. They did that with the fight and the car chase scenes and it made it very difficult to follow what was going on. Very dizzying.Quote:
Originally Posted by ArchieComic Fan
Without a doubt, it's Caveman. :barf
The one with Ringo Starr? I love that movie. :blushQuote:
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I'm so glad that are some over Vanilla Sky Haters out there! Stupid movie, just turns into a whole other movie in the middle. WTH???
I have a friend who would say City of Angels with Meg Ryan & Nick Cage is the stupidest.
I couldn't even get through 20 minutes of Vanilla Sky. I got so confused.
Oh and Eragon was nothing like the books.
Mr Woodcock: I watched it last night and I simply could not stand it to even finish it. I ended up watching reruns of Ghost Whisperer (which i detest) and Numbers instead.