• Se7en [Region 2]
    Se7en [Region 2]
    David Fincher
    Yea, this movie is hardcore. It's dirty, filthy, grotesque. If that's your cup of tea, it's amazzzzzing.

    I'm not so much a fan of the murders as I am of Morgan Freeman's detective work. Though, it was well executed, and Kevin Spacey is a fucking scary dude.

    I can't dock it for anything but being overly gory, but hell, it's what gives it its dirty, rotting, stench-of-death charm.
    a dvd added by garside's avatar garside on Aug 19, 2006 | 1 user.
  • X-Men 1.5
    X-Men 1.5
    Bryan Singer
    This movie? Oh yea, it kicked ass. More ass than it should have.

    In a lot of ways, it became the basis for really good comic movies, Singer is, was, and will be the man when it comes to directing these kinds of flicks.

    I mean, it had action, development, a good one-point plot using the characters.

    It was like a living comic book. I dig that.

    I also love Magneto.

    And Ian.

    I would have posters of him up all over my room like an adoring fan girl.

    But I'm a boy.

    And he's gay.

    But I'm not.

    Though for him...

    for him.
    a dvd added by garside's avatar garside on Aug 18, 2006 | 10 users.
  • The Boondock Saints [UMD for PSP]
    The Boondock Saints [UMD for PSP]
    Troy Duffy
    Irish Catholics.

    With guns.

    Violent flick, named the "class movie" of my graduating class in catholic high school.

    We watched it in theology class.

    Honest to christ.

    Some people don't like it because of it's gore, but I watched it under the beginning guise of rating the morality of two men doing the work of the Angel of Death.

    And that's how I always see it, just kinda sliding the morality scale on the brothers.

    "Well, they were russian mobsters, so that lessens the murder. And it was self defense, so even more down. But they killed a guy with a toilet, so I'll up that on the scale, because they showed it."

    There wasn't a whole lot of gore, but they did show more than they were required to in some places *cough*cat*cough* which was unecessary and kinda made it harder to not go "Ohh, jesus, that was unecessary."
    a dvd added by garside's avatar garside on Aug 18, 2006 | 1 user.
  • Lock, Stock & Two Smoking Barrels (Widescreen Edition)
    Lock, Stock & Two Smoking Barrels (Widescreen Edition)
    Guy Ritchie
    It was a pretty awesome stand alone movie about crime and prettyness in Britian. It's no "Snatch", but It'll do in a pinch.
    a dvd added by garside's avatar garside on Aug 18, 2006 | 11 users.
  • From Hell (Widescreen Edition)
    From Hell (Widescreen Edition)
    Albert Hughes
    Oh snap. Jack Teh Ripper. This was an actually decent twist. And Johnny did Absinthe.

    He also "Chased the Dragon", if you know what I mean. (Pot)

    Also, it had decent literary quotes littered through it, and was, from what I learned through college, a pretty accurate representation of london in those days.

    So bravo, Johnny, another creepy pic under your belt.
    a dvd added by garside's avatar garside on Aug 18, 2006 | 3 users.
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