Movies / TV Shows!
31.01.2012 @ 23:32 #43
[awful video] ›››
I beg to differ, my Lady...
Back in the '60s apparently it was a super-extra hip show, who'd have thought that?
All I can say is when I was a kid I absolutely loved that show, I give you that.
Here's a list of Jack's most anticipated movies for 2012:
First: Brave. Im a big animation fan. I love female protagonists that make way in spite of difficulties... Perhaps some Disney haters will snicker, but this is done by Pixar, so shut up...
2nd: The Hobbit. Need to say why?
31.01.2012 @ 23:33 #44
3d: BATMAN, the dark knight rises. For each and every reason I loath the 60s TV series...
4th: Iron Sky. This is a Finish movie, a rare sci-fi dark-parody. Nazis on the Moon!! Need I say more?
31.01.2012 @ 23:34 #45
I love traditional fairy tales given a dark twist. The only thing that scares me is the female protagonist is the same as the Twilight movies... But we'll see...
And as for TV shows its Game of Thrones... the wait till April is killing me (what a great month will be... )
31.01.2012 @ 23:47 #46
I'm looking forward to the Snow White and the Huntsman, even with Kirsten. I think she'll be okay in it, after all it's a chance to distance herself from the mess that is Twilight. The movie looks amazing and that soundtrack... ngghhhh yesss bring it on! 8D
I was gonna link Mirror Mirror trailer, but upon another watching... um... I don't want to ruin Tarsem for myself anymore T_T The movie looks like a cheap comedy at best.
06.04.2012 @ 08:49 #48
now I also remeberd Krabat the sorceres apprentice. (Čaroďejův učeň) and Fimfárum
those two masterpieces scared the shit out of me as I watched them as a child :)
06.04.2012 @ 23:55 #51
There was supposed to be a sequel but I guess the project stalled.
10.04.2012 @ 07:09 #52
Lots of great actors play in this series, which makes it even better. I'm sure that, like me, you'll smile several times when you see a famous face again. I won't spoil too much, as I believe recognizing these familiar actors is part of the fun, but I can give you a small hint: Among those famous faces are: the face of an famous warrior princess who we loved in the 90's and the face of a famous Persian messenger who thinks this is blasphemy and madness.
17.08.2012 @ 21:35 #54
Bishop's Hood, a picturesque hamlet in the Peak District National Park.
17.08.2012 @ 21:43 #55
There's a new web series about transhumanism, called H+. 6 episodes so far, each 3-6 minutes long. Here's the first one:
22.08.2012 @ 14:07 #57
It's this lumbering, emotionally cold, old-fashioned escapist sweeping biopic on the early years of Genghis Khan, directed by Sergei Bodrov. The battle sequences are tremendous, and the performances are captivating, which makes for the sort of rousing, giant-scale entertainment that a figure as towering as Temudjin deserves.
However; while I can praise it's scenography, its revising of Temudjin being more than the stereotypical madman, and much more, I still felt a little disappointed over the movie. The way I interpreted, it was of Temudjin's rise to power that was the films focus. But alas, this was not the case. The movie focuses more on abduction and kinship, and of his early years. It doesn't delve into how he came to be the Great Khan, but instead on his characterization, which ultimately is not a bad thing.
Though it was not until later that I realized this movie was the first part in a trilogy, so in the end, the way that the movie decided to go may be a much more smarter move in the long run.
25.08.2012 @ 11:06 #58
just wanted to say this is not an action flick it's a meditative movie with some action scenes it's still good though was impressed in a different way
will watch this
28.09.2012 @ 01:28 #59
Working my way through well-known/praised movies I haven't seen yet. The last few-
Léon: The Professional - man, I remember when I was a kid and Luc Besson movies were the best thing ever (Taxi, Nikita, The Fifth Element...), now he just seems to be stuck making The Transporter sequels. Anyway, I missed the unapologetically brutal, action-y movies. The ~lolita side was a bit creepy, but somehow made the movie what it is.
Dancer in the Dark - one of those movies that haunt you for hours after you've finished them. It's slow but beautiful, and Björk is perfect for it. The ending was perfect, I guess it's one of those rare movies that leave you feeling satisfied because it's so complete, no words left to say. Then you just sit there bawling your eyes out.
Oldboy - loooved the brutality and small plot twist after plot twist, very few movies unravel in a way that really holds your attention. It's weird and brilliant, with just the right amount of cheesy drama.
29.09.2012 @ 01:38 #60
Waiting for the latest episode of Downton Abbey, which airs I don't know when.
I watch Doctor Who, but I am not a fan of season 5 and 6, and so far season 7 has been just as mediocre.
Waiting for Community season 4.