Monday, November 29, 2010

Robin Hood, Slaughter, Sherlok Holmes, The Losers

Robin Hood [2010]

Genre: Action, Adventure, Drama

Once again, I had opportunity to enjoy in one great movie. I liked it. It's exciting. 

Russell Crowe (Robin Longstride), Cate Blanchett (Marion Loxley), Matthew Macfadyen (Sheriff of Nottingham)

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Slaughter [2009]

Find a good hiding place.

Genre: Horror, Thriller

Movie is solid, made by true story. But there is too much "The gun is mine!" "It's mine now." "It's mine again!" and so on. And Maxim Knight is so cute. Haha

 Lucy Holt (Lola), Amy Shiels (Faith) and David Sterne (Jorgen)

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Sherlock Holmes [2009]

Nothing Escapes Him

Genre: Action, Adventure, Crime, Mystery, Thriller

This is awful! Haha. Just kidding. Movie is totally awesome. I'm totally sherlocked. One of best movies I've seen in last 3 months.

Robert Downey Jr. (Sherlock Holmes), Jude Law (Dr. John Watson) and Rachel McAdams (Irene Adler)

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The Losers [2010]

You Don't Give Them Orders. You Just Turn Them Loose.

Genre: Action, Adventure, Crime, Mystery, Thriller

One more crazy good movie. Love it.
"Can I recommend The Losers? I sure can, it seems to be getting beaten by the critics. I can see it from both sides of the looking glass. It's far from perfect and has a lot of things that would make people question it. Some of the comedy doesn't work, some people might not like the action sequences and again, the lead villain is odd. But I had a hell of a time watching it. By: Matt_Layden "
I totally agree with him. So, I recommend you this movie. Cougar, Pooch, Jensen, Aisha, Clay, Roque rules. :D

Idris Elba (Roque), Zoe Saldana (Aisha) and Jeffrey Dean Morgan (Clay)

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Tuesday, November 23, 2010

One really big update. #1

Ok, I know that nobody reads this, but i love writing it. So...

Vanity Fair [2004]

In a time of social climbers, Becky Sharp is a mountaineer.
All's fair in love & war.

Genre: Drama, Romance

OMG. I couldn't believe that this will be such a great movie. Really. Reese Witherspoon did very good job. Well, after all, she is a very good actress. And I love British accent. Haha. Anyway, I LOVE this movie. WATCH IT! It's in Napoleon's time, but it's fucking great.

Reese Witherspoon (Becky Sharp), Romola Garai (Amelia Sedley), James Purefoy (Rawdon Crawley)

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Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time [2010]

Defy the Future

Genre: Action, Adventure, Fantasy, Romance

And one more movie that I'm delighted with. Seriously, you have to watch this (if you didn't). I just love this. I love that fantasy adventures. Thanks all people who created this and actors who did their jobs amazing.

Jake Gyllenhaal (Dastan), Gemma Arterton (Tamina), Ben Kingsley (Nizam)

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Neowolf [2010]

The band from hell.

Genre: Horror, Thriller

Oh, God. One of the worst movies I have ever seen. Maybe it would be interesting if it isn't that bad. It's disgrace for today technology. You know when they say: "Art never dies". This is one disposable, forgettable film. I wouldn't waste my time on it, if I haven't, already. It's bad. Do NOT waste your time on it. The only thing I like in it is music. Great music.


 Agim Kaba (Vince), Michael Frascino (Tony), Heidi Johanningmeier (Rosemary)

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Road Kill [2010]

Driven to hell.

Genre: Horror, Sci-Fi, Thriller

Guys, really? What's wrong with people? They couldn't make stupider film? One more bad movie. Like WTF? It makes no sense. Evil truck eating possessing and eating people? Come on! If they're asking me, I wouldn't say it's horror. There's nothing scary. And it completely have no logic or interesting events. I wonder if anyone thinks it's good. O.o

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Sunday, November 21, 2010

Lady GaGa at Arena Zagreb

Guys, I was at Lady Gaga's concert. It was amazing. The girl really knows how to make a show. Look, I don't like pop music and that same, same songs, but she is amazing. And rock ballade You and I is really great song. I love GaGa 'cause she is not afraid to show who she is. She is special and simply amazing. 
That's all folks. :)

Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Another sick day? Yeah...

So.. I'm kind of sick again. Here's the movies...

Summer's Moon [2009]

Will she become one of them to survive?

Genre: Horror, Thriller

Directed by
Lee Demarbre
Writing credits
Travis Stevens(story)
Sean Hogan(screenplay) and
Christine Conradt(screenplay)

Summer (Ashley Greene) has run away from home and is searching for her father who had abandoned her and her mother when she was very young. A policeman catches her red-handed while she is attempting to steal from a store. She escapes from the policeman with the help of stranger, Tom Hoxey. She hooks up with him for a one-night stand and to her horror, he and his mother happen to be psychopaths. Tom catches young girls off-guard and brings them down to his basement where he has a human garden which is downright horrific. Here he subjects them to inhuman torture if the girls try to escape. Summer tries to escape, but cannot and decides it is better to join them rather than knowingly inflicting harm. During the course of her stay, Tom's father comes home and she finds out he is her father also. But her long awaited fairytale reunion is marred by the cold-hearted father who decides to enjoy her young ripe body, rather than enjoying her presence. Peter is bodily harmed when he decides to intervene. Her father takes her away to a secluded area where there is only a woman, whom he plans to finish off. But, Summer manages to escape and kill him.

Umm. This movie is great. Ashley Green, you probably know her from Twilight Saga (Alice Cullen), did a great job. She is really amazing actress, And the movie is interesting.. (If you want to know, read summary). It's so psychic and great. Congratulations to actors, and writers.

Ashley Greene (Summer Matthews), Peter Mooney (Tom Hoxey), Barbara Niven (Gaia Hoxey), 
Stephen McHattie (Gant Hoxey)

The Last Song [2010]

Do you ever really forget your first heartbreak?
A Story about Family, First Love, Second Chances and the Moments of Life That Lead You Back Home.

Genre: Drama, Romance

Directed by
Julie Anne Robinson
Writing credits
Nicholas Sparks(screenplay) &
Jeff Van Wie(screenplay)
Nicholas Sparks(book)

A drama centered on a rebellious girl who is sent to a Southern beach town for the summer to stay with her father. Through their mutual love of music, the estranged duo learn to reconnect.

First I thought: another Miley Cyrus love-breakup-istillloveyou,letsgertogether movie.Actually, it isn't. Well, ACTUALLY, it kinda is, but in one new way. In great way. It's not ALL about her boyfriend and love and so. It's also about her family and friend situation. Didn't mean I will, but I like it. Watch it ;)
Oh yeah. And Liam is soo hot in this movie.

Miley Cyrus (Veronica 'Ronnie' Miller), Greg Kinnear (Steve Miller), Bobby Coleman (Jonah Miller), Liam Hemsworth (Will Blakelee)

Trainwreck: My Life as an Idiot [2007]

He may be a total disaster... but at least he's entertaining.

Genre: Comedy, Drama


Tod Harrison Williams (screenplay)Jeff Nichols(book)

A dramatic comedy about a self-induced attention-deficit disordered, learning disabled, Tourette's syndrome suffering, balance impaired, ex-alcoholic young man from the Upper East Side of Manhattan and the gold-digging girl who inspires him to try to get it together.

I thought: look, comedy. I haven't watch a good comedy so long. I still didn't. God, this movies is crap! Seriously. Some guy is sober for 10 years, he founds some whore and someone did movie about it? Come on! The only funny thing was that he crapped in her bed. 

 Jonathan Ames (Chairperson), Jayce Bartok (Brian from Boarding School), Erica Fae (Receptionist (as Erica Berg))

Triangle [2009]

The Forecast is Evil.
A Passage to Hell.
Save Our Souls.
Fear Comes in Waves.

Genre: Drama, Mystery, Thriller

When Jess sets sail on a yacht with a group of friends, she cannot shake the feeling that there is something wrong. Her suspicions are realized when the yacht hits a storm and the group is forced to board a passing ocean liner to get to safety, a ship Jess is convinced she's been on before. The ship appears deserted, the clock on board has stopped, but they are not alone... Someone is intent on hunting them down, one by one. And Jess unknowingly holds the key to end the terror. Written by Icon  

This was so good after that shit. It's little complicated, but if you're careful, you will get it. I can't really describe it, you'll have to watch it. Have fun :) And I got this now. Haha. And I wondered who is that handsome guy. It was Liam. Haha.

Melissa George (Jess), Joshua McIvor (Tommy) and Jack Taylor (Jack) AND Liam Hemsworth (Victor)

Thursday, November 4, 2010

Growth [2009]

-->Horror, Sci-Fi, Thriller

Directed by
Gabriel Cowan 
Writing credits
Gabriel Cowan (writer)
Gabriel Cowan (story)
Matthew Cowan script collaborator
Charles Dahlgren storyline consultant
John Suits story
Devin Zimmerman story

Sometimes the Greatest Enemy Comes From Within.
A Killer Step in Evolution.

In 1989, a breakthrough in advanced parasitic research on Cuttyhunk Island, gave scientists a jump in human evolution. Initial tests proved promising as subjects were experiencing heightened physical and mental strength and awareness. But, something in the experiment went horribly wrong and the island mysteriously lost three quarters of its population. Jamie Akerman fled the outbreak, which took her mothers life, twenty years ago. She now returns with her boyfriend and step brother, to sell the family property. There, they uncover the key to Jamie's disturbing past, and the horrifying secrets long suppressed by the town leader, Larkin. Now, a new strain of parasite has emerged, and threatens the island once again. Jamie struggles to survive and escape the obsessive pursuit of the local islanders who know that she has inherited more than she could ever have imagined. Written by Brandon  

Guys, this movie is awsome. Actors are great. Anyway, I don't have much time to write about it, but watch it if you can or want (read summary for more informations what it's about).