November 28, 2008

Thanksgiving Weekend Movie Thread [someone]
— Open Blog

So what, if anything, did/will all you morons see at the movie theater this weekend? Comment away.

Last night, on the recommendation of some moron commenter, I caught Role Models, which is now almost out of theaters. Good stupid movie, and actually prime AoS Lifestyle material: regrettable intoxicated behavior, glam rock, the pathetic pursuit of women, and a big LARPing finale (not kidding!). Plus, I may have imagined it, but I think I caught one character making an out-of-nowhere reference to hobos... Is director/writer David Wain a stealth AoSHQ reader?

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1

Movies??? I got see and hear my uber liberal sister-in-law spout yards of drivel praising Dems and Obama and bashing Bush.

Posted by: Vic at November 28, 2008 12:24 PM (Qd7GC)

2

First off I would  state that there is no possible way to confuse me with a teenage girl.  Having said that, I would offer up the opinion that <i>Twilight</i> is actually a good movie. 

Bring the Flames.  I can take it. 

Posted by: Brass at November 28, 2008 12:25 PM (v/Ofr)

3

I took my four year old to see Madagascar 2... the first hour and half weren't very funny.

Posted by: espnjunkie at November 28, 2008 12:28 PM (MDF94)

4

wasn't funny... is there anyway to edit this post

signed,

Moron

Posted by: espnjunkie at November 28, 2008 12:28 PM (MDF94)

5 We watched an old episode of the Flintstones.  It was a humorous take on dieting, but we all learned a thing or two about ourselves.

Posted by: Kevin at November 28, 2008 12:30 PM (KO6dP)

6 Quantum of Solace.... entertaining and mindless fun.

Posted by: kitty at November 28, 2008 12:40 PM (75YBZ)

7 Saw Slumdog Millionaire with the girlfriend.  Absolutely blown away by it, given my why-the-fuck-am-I-watching-this-art-film expectations walking in.  Truly a modern day fairy tale.  See it with a date for maximum enjoyment, but hell it's cool as shit on its own terms.  Directed by the same guy who did Trainspotting and 28 Days Later, it turns out.

Posted by: Jeff B. at November 28, 2008 12:48 PM (OEoRy)

8

We did Iron Man on PPV, great movie!  The downside, every once in awhile throughout the day, one or another of my relatives would start going "Nee-nee-nee-nee-nee..." and most of the rest of us would join in, playing our air guitars.  I have a very interesting family. 

We then watched The Incredible Hulk, also a great movie, with a surprise a la Iron Man at the end. 

Posted by: TheReSaDEe at November 28, 2008 12:59 PM (MO2LE)

9 I have a penchant for Casino on DVD tonight. Other than that, everything at the theater is dog shit.

Does anyone know why the critics are raving about MILK? Is it more gay rights assholes blowing the horn, trying to foist their bullshit upon us or is it a good movie? (Do I really need to ask this fucking question?) I bet it tanks at the box office regardless of all the critics raving about it. 

Posted by: mossback at November 28, 2008 01:03 PM (in8Vs)

10

Nothing new out that I want to spend money on. I watched Vanilla Sky yesterday. I will probably watch Bandits snd Suicide Kings sometime this weekend.

Posted by: TC at November 28, 2008 01:08 PM (G3Wx0)

11

We've been watching a Planet of the Apes marathon all day.

 

Posted by: katya at November 28, 2008 01:16 PM (G3frc)

12 Went to see Australia. Nicole is a little tough to take the first 20 minutes but she and the movie gets much better after that. Has had mixed reviews but I did like it myself.

Posted by: Bill at November 28, 2008 01:17 PM (wRUUz)

13 "First off I would  state that there is no possible way to confuse me with a teenage girl.  Having said that, I would offer up the opinion that <i>Twilight</i> is actually a good movie."

Have you had your estrogen levels tested lately?

Posted by: someone at November 28, 2008 01:18 PM (zwU+W)

14
Do movies that you have to pay for with a roll of quarters count?

Posted by: Tinian at November 28, 2008 01:19 PM (Ohodx)

15 Watched Mongol recently. It's about Ghengis Kahn running away until he finally gets traction and starts killing everybody.

Posted by: Brazilian Cabana Boy at November 28, 2008 01:20 PM (+nQGA)

16 I saw "The Boy in the Striped Pajamas". The movie is excellent.  Do not, however, see if you are unprepared to be unhappy for 24 hours after it. (It's a Holocaust movie from the POV of two 8-year-old boys).

Posted by: ArrMatey at November 28, 2008 01:26 PM (35LYA)

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16: In Holocaust movies, I always bet on the Germans.

 

There was one a few years ago ("Gray Zone," I think it was called) that was a movie adaptation of a play.  Pretty good story of the Auschwitz revolt, but marred by bad casting - specifically, David Arquette.  He sucks.  He's so bad in the big tragic ending that people were actually laughing.  Probably not the reaction that the director was going for.....

Posted by: Fa Cube Itches at November 28, 2008 01:35 PM (LxjSI)

18 I'm really looking forward to going to see Transporter 3 sometime tomorrow or Sunday. 

Posted by: alexthechick at November 28, 2008 01:41 PM (LJ0he)

19 The Boy In The Striped Pajamas. It's pretty good. It's sort of La Vita E Bella sans the whimsy. I was not as moved as ArrMatey. I think because I felt the moral of the story was sort of "Don't be a Nazi" and "Genocide is bad, mm-kay?" I don't think more than 2-3 people in the audience were Nazis, and fewer than ten certainly were pro-genocide.

Racehl Getting Married. Jonathan Demme's tale of a Connecticut family whose recovering addict daughter comes home for her sister's wedding. Heavy, low-key, but surprisingly compelling. And Anne Hathaway can act, which I didn't know.


Posted by: moviegique at November 28, 2008 01:46 PM (1y5Vr)

20 We watched Ben Stein's Expelled. Good movie - helped me to understand some of my liberal friends better. Also makes me glad my kids are at the end of their life of public school. I've had a couple of "you need to learn what your teacher is teaching to pass the test" but here is the other side of the story discussions. Tonight or Tomorrow we'll watch Get Smart.

Posted by: jbmeisterswife at November 28, 2008 01:49 PM (VobGa)

21 Is Jamie Lee Curtis a man?  I watched Lost In Translation.  I bought it before I knew Scarlett was a commie.

Posted by: Winston at November 28, 2008 01:50 PM (3GkOa)

22 We watched Charlie Brown stuff. Thanksgiving, the less-popular little cartoon about pilgrims that was on the same DVD, and then the Christmas show with the sad little tree. Watched Holiday Inn, today, too. Just didn't feel like leaving my cozy abode, which is overstuffed with all manner of yummy leftovers, to go out in the rain and crowds and pay to watch a movie I wasn't even interested in.

Posted by: AngelEm at November 28, 2008 02:02 PM (EyKhI)

23 Open Range and Last Samurai (surprisingly, a good Tom Cruise movie) on DVD, I think. I'm Clint'd out from last evening

Posted by: Frank G at November 28, 2008 02:11 PM (P0rQD)

24 Twilight was actually pretty good, if a bit slow in the middle. Yeah, it's a chick flick, it doesn't pretend to be anything else. It was fun. Deal with it, over-compensating scoffers. =)

Posted by: Verity Kindle at November 28, 2008 02:29 PM (7r09N)

25 Lord of the Rings is always a good time-killer.  Why I watch on TV when I have the DVDs I can never figure out, but here I am.

Posted by: Methos at November 28, 2008 02:32 PM (YgvQd)

26 @24-- My daughter is a HUGE Twilight (the book series) fan, but refuses to see the movie. She said they screwed Edward all up, that he's not supposed to LOOK LIKE THAT! It's pretty funny how pissed she is that the movie's vision of Edward doesn't match *her* vision of him.

Posted by: AngelEm at November 28, 2008 02:36 PM (EyKhI)

27
We've been having an MST3K marathon: "Hercules Unchained", "Manos", "Hamlet", "LaserBlast", "Werewolf". I have a heavy chest cold, so the laughing sends me into fits of coughing, but I don't care: laughter is just what I need now.

Posted by: Brown Line at November 28, 2008 02:38 PM (xYeJ1)

28 No theater this weekend, but we watched Wall-E on the DVD. I think it is the best Disney in years and entertaining even (maybe especially) for adults. Very well made animated feature that was just fun. No blood, no sex, no overt violence to speak of. If you haven't seen it, I recommend it. Nice little touches, like the 700-year old Twinkie that was still edible.

Posted by: Dave in W-S at November 28, 2008 02:44 PM (KabsQ)

29 Methos,
I popped in the LotR DVD when I saw the ad on TNT. I knew I'd end up surfing and stopping so I cut out the middleman and the commercials.

Posted by: Nom de Blog at November 28, 2008 02:55 PM (nOQ1R)

30

Scarlett was a commie

Really? 

I refuse to watch Twilight out of protest against vampires movies ad nauseum.

Posted by: katya at November 28, 2008 02:56 PM (G3frc)

31 Dave,
Are you in Winston-Salem?

P.S. Disney is evil. Pure unadulterated evil.

Posted by: Nom de Blog at November 28, 2008 02:57 PM (nOQ1R)

32

Oh, THAT Scarlett.  Gimme a break, I've got a cold that makes me meel like my head has been sucked dry.  Not gonna type any more tonight.

Posted by: katya at November 28, 2008 02:58 PM (G3frc)

33

meel = feel

see what I mean?

Posted by: katya at November 28, 2008 03:00 PM (G3frc)

34

I watched parts of "Zodiac" on the DVR.  I say watched "parts" because I've seen it several times, on DVR, DVD and when it first came out.  But I still enjoy going back and viewing certain scenes.  (And lest you think I'm a morbid freak...no, not just the murdrer scenes...although those were extremely well done). 

I think it was the best movie I saw in 2007.  By David Fincher, who directed "Se7en", "Fight Club" and "Panic Room."  I've become so enamored of this movie that I read both the books it was based on from Robert Graysmith.  Though I probably won't buy as it I'm pretty Zodiaced out at this point.

Posted by: Bob at November 28, 2008 03:06 PM (4DoFz)

35 Watched 'Australia' and liked it. Good moments. Reminded me of Dances with Wolves, just better. Make sure you're not drinking a 64 ounce soda while watching it. The movie lasts 2hrs 40min.

Posted by: TS at November 28, 2008 03:13 PM (PRbUl)

36 Some local television station channels some sort of retro programming network, and so I spent the afternoon watching cheesy 70s TV shows.

"Rockford Files" actually holds up pretty good.

Posted by: OregonMuse at November 28, 2008 03:22 PM (bMJ2V)

37 I had the misfortune of 'watching' (used loosely, we turned it off 45 min or so in) Fred Claus on DVD.

What a miserable, predictable, incoherent, STEAMING pile of shit that was. I don't need to stay anything else except close your eyes and imagine a fucking dance scene with Vince Vaughn and a screen full of shitty cgi elves.  This movie has no reademing qualities. At all.

It almost ruined thanksgiving.

Posted by: icemike at November 28, 2008 03:24 PM (lT1JC)

38

6 Quantum of Solace.... entertaining and mindless fun.

 

Never been a Bond fan, never will be, but someone please tell me what the hell a "Quantum of Solace" is ? That's a goofy ass title for a movie, did they just pick words at random from the dictionary ?

Posted by: Joan at November 28, 2008 03:30 PM (/Qhj3)

39 We watched "Black House", a Japanese horror movie. Good but very strange. Sort of a Japanese version of a David Lynch movie or a very dark comedy. Check it out.

Posted by: rinseandspit at November 28, 2008 03:31 PM (oEAm5)

40 Eh, too much Valurite. "Black House" is on dvd. It's at Blcokbuster. Not at the theater.

Posted by: rinseandspit at November 28, 2008 03:33 PM (oEAm5)

41 Went and saw Four Christmases, was actually pretty good.  Much better then I anticipated, many laughs.

Posted by: ansile at November 28, 2008 03:33 PM (73kJ2)

42 Nom de Blog,
The problem with throwing the DVD in is that I'll be tempted to throw the other two in later.  I've watched the trilogy in a day twice (once to say I'd done, the second on a lengthy road trip), but it was way to late to start when I flipped on TNT.

Posted by: Methos at November 28, 2008 03:38 PM (YgvQd)

43 The family saw Bolt.

This animated dog reminded us of our dog, who we had to place with another family due to a move.

Posted by: desertdweller at November 28, 2008 03:53 PM (6xNqC)

44 Brown Line's reliving "Turkey Day".

That was awesome: Comedy Central would air 24 hours of MST3K.

Posted by: moviegique at November 28, 2008 03:54 PM (1y5Vr)

45 Took the family to Madagascar 2.
Some funny, mindless stuff.  I enjoyed it.
If you do go, catch it at an IMAX cinema.
This is the very first Digital IMAX presentation.
No more 70mm film, just 3X HDTV digital projectors.
Truly amazing.  Big, big screen, absolutely jitter-free, dust on film-free cinema.
When the preview stuff shown on a smaller portion of the screen was over, they turned on the new projector for the previews.
The audience actually gasped when the green "This film has been rated PG" flashed up on the big screen in all its digital glory.  Astounding.
This is the future of cinema.  I can hardly wait for to see more.

Posted by: j.pickens at November 28, 2008 04:02 PM (qAP/7)

46 I can hardly wait for to see more.

Posted by: j.pickens at November 28, 2008 04:03 PM (qAP/7)

47 switched: Russell Crowe nite: Cinderella Man; Gladiator; Master and Commander

yep

Posted by: Frank G at November 28, 2008 04:05 PM (P0rQD)

48 I rented Big Black Wet Asses VII. Not exactly family entertainment but amusing none the less.

Posted by: mossback at November 28, 2008 04:05 PM (in8Vs)

49 Joan,
   The only thing I can think of is that a "Quantum of Solace" is a very small bit of solace.

Posted by: MikeTheLibrarian at November 28, 2008 04:06 PM (1Ioz6)

50 Now I'm going through the entire first season of Mystery Science Theater 3000 (which I have on bootleg fan-circulated DVD)  and my gf is occasionally popping in from the other room and asking me why I'm watching these old shitty movies.

Posted by: Jeff B. at November 28, 2008 04:21 PM (OEoRy)

51

j.pickens, I know how you felt when the second projector came on: I was in the Fisher Theater in Detroit when Lowell Thomas finished his boring little lecture about film technology, spread his arms, and announced, "Ladies and Gentlemen, this is Cinerama."

As the velvet curtains opened--and kept opening, revealing that you were sitting in the picture--people gasped, then applauded. Nobody thought a major feature would ever again be filmed in anything else. I think it was 1956.

Posted by: comatus at November 28, 2008 04:24 PM (n2F8O)

52
I'm also a Mistie. Earlier I said that Joel was better than Mike. I was wrong; Mike is better than Joel. But Trace as Crow was a little better than Bill Corbett.


Posted by: Bart at November 28, 2008 04:30 PM (fFYro)

53 Bush?

Obama?

Chief?

Posted by: Bart at November 28, 2008 04:44 PM (fFYro)

54

Nothing in the theaters, but we've watched both "Hancock" and "Meet Dave"  over the past couple of days.  They were worth a couple chuckles, each, though I liked the Hancock storyline better. 

 

 

Posted by: Jenny Hayden at November 28, 2008 04:57 PM (INv2j)

55 She said they screwed Edward all up, that he's not supposed to LOOK LIKE THAT!

I read the first book, and as a 38 year old female moron, I thought Edward looked like sex walking. I have already seen it twice since Monday. My friend called up and said she needed another dose of Twilighty Edward goodness, so we went again.

I told my husband to start brooding around the house and he will get lucky.

Twilight was just a nice movie. Very Romantic.

Posted by: Stormy70 at November 28, 2008 05:20 PM (RFrM/)

Posted by: kiffen at November 28, 2008 05:24 PM (XnuxH)

57 Tooday i lern kumpyootur

Posted by: kiffen at November 28, 2008 05:25 PM (XnuxH)

58

Never been a Bond fan, never will be, but someone please tell me what the hell a "Quantum of Solace" is ? That's a goofy ass title for a movie, did they just pick words at random from the dictionary ?

   I think the latter:  remember "A View to a Kill"?  WTF???

 

Posted by: effinayright at November 28, 2008 06:00 PM (dBb94)

59 Havent seen a movie yet but since Dinner was at my cousin's got to shoot some handguns on their new property Good thing I had mine with me under my sportcoat, got some practice in.

Posted by: Mark at November 28, 2008 06:13 PM (0hpMx)

60 Sat down a little bit ago to some LOTR on tv and the first turkey sandwich. Good stuff.

Posted by: Shannon at November 28, 2008 06:24 PM (q0Z3p)

61 Watched Be Kind, Rewind.  It blew chunks.  Went to the classics, House of Wax with V. Price and now Braveheart. 

Posted by: MrsPaulsFishSticks at November 28, 2008 06:27 PM (PBGAP)

62

Just saw Madagascar 2 with the kids - Disney libs can't help themselves - I counted 2 homosexual innuendos and coutless sexual innuendos...

They are shamless these libs!!!

No more $$ for Disney from me - not a nickel!!!!

GOP Mike

 

Posted by: GOP Mike at November 28, 2008 06:53 PM (8Z9Dj)

63 Watched "Get Smart" with the fam.  The reviews were lukewarm (a 53% Rottentomatoes rating) and they were wrong.  This movie is funny. And it's one of the few comedies that you want to watch all the way to the end.  Some reviewers were just cheesed that it didn't mimic the TV series to a tee.

Steve Carell was perfect and Anne Hathaway also.  I even thought The Rock was excellent.

Posted by: Leroy the Gentile at November 28, 2008 06:58 PM (oSBvm)

64 Watched "Hancock". Much, much better than I expected. I liked it quite a bit. I almost fell off my chair when I realized I had just seen an original plot coming out of Hollywood. It failed with the critics because it makes fun (peripherally) of gays - several times, which may off-put some people, but my family found the jokes just funny. So sue us.





Posted by: West at November 28, 2008 08:08 PM (t/6ka)

65 The wife and I decided to catch Twilight again tonight. We watched it last Sunday, and didn't think it was as bad as some reviewers are claiming. We've read the series, and thought they did a decent job at translating the first book to the big screen. Yeah, they cut out some details, and they truncated the storyline, but if they had included EVERYTHING in the bloody thing, it would've been a three to four hour movie. Now, if that was The Hobbit, I could stomach four hours. Twilight? Not so much. Two hours was fine, and besides Kristin Stewart (Bella) is easy on the eyes.

Posted by: Thomas at November 28, 2008 08:26 PM (4gHqM)

66 Another Mistie here. And yes, Mike was better than Joel but the old Crow was better than the new one. I have a butt-load of MST3K on the Netflix queue and just sent back "Manos" The Hands of Fate, which is probably the worst movie of all time (making it one of the BEST MST3K's of all time).

Got Mitchell and Merlin's Shop coming tomorrow. And I'm moving Overdrawn at the Memory Bank up to the top of my queue. That's a good one!

Posted by: Mandy P. at November 28, 2008 08:35 PM (MK6Kx)

67 34 > I watched parts of "Zodiac" on the DVR.

Spoilers below.






The Berryessa Lake scene has got to be one of the most explicit and horrific murders ever filmed - and this is with no splattering blood, CGI or directly showing the victims being stabbed. The camera never zooms in nor trundles for the the gore shot - its the screaming and anguish on the actresses face that is so emotionally terrifying.

The cabby shooting scene is also perfectly choreographed. The slow-motion headshot and period rock music combined with the surprised shrieks of children from across the street all work flawlessly.





Posted by: 13times at November 28, 2008 09:03 PM (1n2Ym)

68
Chief?

McCloud!

Posted by: Bart at November 28, 2008 10:08 PM (fFYro)

69 I have to also give 4.5 stars to 'Slumdog Millionaire'.  Overall, an excellent movie that really has virtually no slow parts. Highly recommended to catch it in the theater.  I do not believe you would obtain the same impact on DVD. 

Posted by: Michel at November 28, 2008 10:17 PM (lUPT7)

70

Watched Jeremiah Johnson and Outlaw Josie Wales on dvd.

My two favoritiest movies. I'd love to see both those movie concepts merged into one outstanding whatchamacallit. And, it should be modernized. Set in Pennsylvania and have the bad guys as vampire zombie hobos. And the boss mob as a fat assed piece of shit that lives by feeding off live pigs. Like Murtha.

Posted by: Grimmy at November 29, 2008 06:31 AM (NnF4T)

71 I refuse to give Hollyweird a nickel of my money. They can suck it.

Posted by: AGR at November 29, 2008 07:22 AM (r8a5Z)

72 I watched parts of "Zodiac" on the DVR.

I lived in the Bay Area during the time the Zodiac murderer was active. Every time there was some spectacular or grisly unsolved murder, we'd be all, like, "did the Zodiac do this one?"

The movie did a good job capturing the craziness of those years.

Posted by: OregonMuse at November 29, 2008 08:00 AM (bMJ2V)

73 Madagascar 2 is Dreamworks.. (Shrek, Kung Fu Panda, Over the Hedge)  not Disney. 

but Disney is starting to go down the same road..


Posted by: DaveC at November 29, 2008 09:29 AM (8RR8X)

74 31 - Yep, right here in the Triad.

Posted by: Dave in W-S at November 29, 2008 12:11 PM (KabsQ)

75 Yep, Madagascar is Dreamworks, and Katzenberger was all about "edgy". He's gone from the animation studio now.

I don't see it in Pixar flicks, and I expect Lasseter to roll back that notion that family films need to be "edgy" since Katzenberg's influence almost scuttled Toy Story before it was made. (Check out "The Pixar Story"; under Katzenberg's guidance Woody was a total shit.)

Posted by: moviegique at November 29, 2008 06:52 PM (1y5Vr)

76 Saw Bolt in 3D with my 12 year old nephew.  Good movie and the 3D was fantastic, especially since they avoided the gimmicky "things flying at your face" effects.  It simply made the movie richer and deeper.  This is what I always wanted to see from 3D technology.  And oh, by the way, the old tech 3D used to give me headaches within minutes and I had NO problems this time.

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