Watched “Epic” [5/10] about little tree people.
“Born on the Fourth of July” [8/10] a 1989 Tom Cruise movie about a Vietnam vet who protests the war.
A Marvel Avengers cartoon movie about their kids stopping Ultron. 6/10
“Burke and Hare” [8/10] a dark British comedy about the early medical profession.
I blame Canada.
The world lost a really genuine person who tried at least as hard as Jim Carey and Steve Carell, to make everyone laugh.
Aww shucks, Williams was priceless.
Let’s try to use this time to give hope to those with depression, and turn this problem around for countless people.
Added: Williams had an early stage of Parkinson’s, no doubt adding to his depressive state.
Rewatched “Cast Away” [8/10] a few days ago. Also saw “Dallas Buyer’s Club” [6/10] which is based on a true story of AIDS in the mid ’80s. It starts out in a confusing way, and takes forever to get to the plot which never is very dramatic. It’s basically just a sad depiction of how the sick are treated in America.
Saw the entirety of “The Hobbit II: The Desolation of Smaug” [8/10], and “The World’s End” [6/10] a British comedy about a pub crawl that goes terribly wrong.
ADDED: “Brave” [5/10] is a really bland Disney movie about a little girl who doesn’t want to grow up so she lashes out at her mother and enlists the help of a witch.
“The Captains” [7/10] is a documentary about the Star Trek Captains, written and directed by William Shatner.
I saw this a few weeks ago, and also think you hold see the Budapest Hotel.
This is a little bit terrifying, in the context of world destruction. Dr. Strangelove was a great movie in the 60s about a military base commander going crazy and ordering a nuclear strike on Russia without Presidential authorization. It should be remade today with another great comedic actor like Steve Carell.
It turns out, MAD was real, and the Russians didn’t tell anyone about it making it pointless. Way to go, crazy Russians.
“Earthstorm” [3/10] is barely a 3. Humour value at least. My girlfriend guessed the ending. It was Armageddon meets Harlequin. #Bmovie
Solve problems by blowing up the Moon, with nukes.
Earlier I watched “Shutter Island” [8/10] which was good and terrifying.
Watched most of “The Debt” [8/10] and would watch the rest later if it was convenient to do so. It’s about spies in East Germany attempting to kidnap a Nazi. The plan goes wrong.