Medicine Men Go Wild, a show I discovered on Netflix about 2 hot twin brothers who are both doctors. They travel the world learning about other cultures health and medicinal practices. Pretty cool show .
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Green Lantern. Terrible plot development. Even worse character development. And above all, dreadful video game cinematics that I guess are supposed to pass as movie visual effects. And finally, very underwhelming action sequences and an underwhelming scope, especially considering the director is Martin Campbell (of Goldeneye, The Mask of Zorro, Vertical Limit and Casino Royale). Very disappointing.
I came back from a movie today that had no special/visual effects whatsoever. A rarity in cinema these days.
I saw Transformers 3, in glorious 2D.
It delivered what it promised, as the previous films did: non-stop gratuitous action. Only this time, there didn't seem to be quite so many fast cuts, making the action more coherent. And as for the plot, it was in there somewhere, and it also made a surprising attempt to "develop" more complex relationships between the human characters. Interesting relationships, you ask? No. But it gets an A for effort. And moreover, who the fuck cares? It's a 2 3/4 hour CGI demo reel. It's as if the f/x studios orgasmed and burst cream all over My eyes. And you know you all love it, too.
Though throughout the film, I mostly chuckled at Leonard Nimoy's lines.
And this film was certainly better than Battle: LA, which I watched the other day. It was probably worse than Skyline, and its storyline would've been better for a video game than a movie.
Cedar Rapids I recently saw on video. Pretty funny overall.
Kinda like "The 40 Year Old Virgin" meets "The Hangover".
John C. Reilly was a pleasure to watch...an aging and stale Sigourney Weaver less so.
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