If this is has even a shred of truth to it, I will be punching someone in the face. I don't know who, but it will be someone. I'm sure Robert Pattinsion isn't a bad actor outside of Twilight, but he's the furthest thing I see as a superhero. I actually liked the one with Ben Affleck. I'm probably in the minority here. Apparently Hollywood has no imagination, since they keep recycling every damn storyline they can get their hands on.
I know directors, writers, and everyone else will not be able to include everything into the movie. I know changes will be made and scenes will be cut.
But, when their are just blatant changes made for no reason, and actors chosen who have no concept of acting out the character, then this is where I get pissed.
Don't take something and make it unrecognizable. How hard is it to stcik as closely to the source material as possible?
I'm not asking you to keep everything word for word, but at least, respect the source material and be as on point as possible.
Taken from mneiai
I don't know if this is completely true but Chris Evans has the part of Captain America.
Totally not fair. He already has a superhero part. He was Johnny on Fantastic Four or whatever.
Damn, Jensen just can't catch a break. I was really rooting for him to get this part.
Well, what can you do?
So many. Most of them crappy horror movies that left me either pissed off or scratching my head because I didn't know what happened in the end?
I sit through most of the movies to see what happens.
"I Know Who Killed Me" with Lindsay Lohan. Worse movie I ever seen in my life. I wasted like an hour and a half of my life. It was just complete crap. I can't say enough about how much this movie sucks. I think it was a contributing factor to the decimation of her career. The acting was horrible, the storyline was extremely stupid also. It just sucked all around.
P.S. It's supposed to snow tonight and tomorrow. Then school might be cancelled, so let's hope for snow. And plus, it's been years since I've been able to go out and play in snow.
I went and saw Paranormal Activity. At first it starts off slow, but when it starts getting to the good stuff.
O_O Scared the shit out of me.
Seriously, it's been a long time since I screamed in a movie theater. Matter of fact, I don't think I ever screamed at a scary movie. Sure I jumped at certain parts, but I never screamed.
I mean this movie was so scary, two girls started to leave before the movie was even over because it gets really fucking freaky towards the end.
Then when we left the movie theater, there was a girl crying outside because it scared her that bad.
I didn't cry of course, I may have slept with a nightlight but that's not the point.
It's just been a while since i've been scared like that. Since Blair Witch, actually, which I saw as a litle kid. XD I actually was scared of Blair Witch for a long time afer that.
But this movie had me checking around corners and turning on the lights before I went in the kitchen and hallway. Let me not forget that I thought My Naruto doll was moving by itself. <_<.
Anyway, if you like scary movies, I highly recommend this one. It's not blood and gore, but not every scary movie needs that to be a good horror movie.
Although it scared me, funny thing is I want to see it again, but my older sister refuses to go see it with me.
Not because of money because it was just that creepy .