102 minutes of my life that I'll never get back. And I'm a huge Murray fan.
The movie does have some interesting moments. At times it is very beautiful, and I really wanted to like it... I just couldn't. My feeling at the end was "so what". Disappointing.
In complete agreement with you about "Translation"(is this going somewhere?). Was bored out of my skull!!!
The japanese always come up with the creepiest/coolest movie concepts, don't they? -j
I saw Open Water nearly two weeks ago and I'm still thinking about it. Though relatively low budget, this movie really creeped me out. I could imagine myself in the same predicament as the two vacationers! So much for the great ocean view...
One thing for you "New England" sports fans - no more bitching for at least 15 years! The self pity is gone, which, in some respects, will be hard for a few of you to handle. You can just leave that up to us "other" fans in KC, Philly, Seattle...
Watched "The Station Agent" last night. I enjoyed it, it is a "quiet" movie, one that is driven simply by the dialog and storyline as opposed to any action or huge conflict among characters. I guess it is really just a story about friendship. Worth watching.
Well we watched "The Village" the other night and let our 13 year old daughter watch it last night. She would not admit that it scared her at times even though we told her that her parents (we believe we still are her parents even though at times she doesn't want to admit that either....ahhh...Meanagers) were scared at times. We were thinking of watching "The Sixth Sense" tonight. Haven't seen that one in a long time. Yes, I will admit that I didn't get the ending of that one until the very end. It surprised me and I felt stoopid for not "seeing" it.
We also watched "Anchorman" also the other day. It was allot better then I expected. Steve Carell is just too funny. He will make a great Maxwell Smart. We sure miss him on the "Daily Show".
EDIT: We are nixing "The Sixth Sense" tonight. Instead we are watching the Tsunami victims broadcast on Bravo. It is a fundraiser for the Red Cross International Fund. One of the few charities that we will donate too. They have integrity.
Okay sunday night watched the final installment of Harry Potter.I though it was decent,not as good as the 2nd though.Which to me is the best of the 3.I do like the fact the stories are getting darker in nature as Harry grows older.
Also one thing I noticed is that the picture quality of the 3rd movie is MUCH better the the first 2.
Thanks for the well wishes guys. Sorry Art, I was wearing contacts (as part of my new life, I've spiked up my hair and got rid of my glasses)
I'm in Deptford, NJ on work and this place is boring as hades! So I'll probably not watch anything tonight. Saturday I watched (about 2 minutes of) Resident Evil II. Had a new friend over and we didn't really concentrate on the movie.
Now about Peyton manning, did he ever make it to the game? I didn't see too much of him there!!