Discussion in 'Reviews' started by Grace, Apr 2, 2011.
Sucked big hairy ones.
Then again I spent $10 on Battle L.A. and it was just OK. Spoiler alert: I may have enjoyed it less than others as I was rooting for the aliens. (they were attacking lala land after all)
I wont bother with battle LA. Sounds like those stupid b flicks on SciFi channel. Bad actors, bimbos all over the place, worse scripts, computer monsters.
It was very B movie-ish, but the acting was good (not enough bimbos though) and the story was pretty weak as well.
It;s a popcorn flick without a doubt.
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Blech. I want a good flick that keeps me interested. LOVED the Resident Evil flicks. Far from B movies with empty headed bimbos that cant act.
That's in my wheelhouse. I've never seen a bad zombie movie.
I did. The one they showed recently as a tv series. Forgot the name of it. The sheriff dude? The zombies were cool...but the storyline didnt float my boat.
I kinda liked Doom.
I thought I would like that show. Can't speak to it really as I don't have cable and Hulu was only allowed to show the first episode.
I should admit though, I do enjoy campy films as a rule. (though not all zombie flicks are campy)
That said, one of my favorite all time movies is Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead (a Tom Stoppard play on Hamlet) which is to say, in general I share movie taste with, well, no one else on Earth.
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Zombies arent really my thing, to be honest. I like stuff like Pitch Black, Chronicles of Riddick, Mutant Chronicles, Dune, Doom, Dracula (gary oldman), etc.
Campy b movies I cannot abide. Watched Scream..was not impressed. Same with the Elm Street flicks and Halloween. Dumb movies. Blech.
I made the mistake of buying Burlesque last week. Worst acting, singing and storyline ever.
I think we're going to make yet another mistake with Black Swan this week.
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