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Author Topic: JACKRUBY009'S MOVIE REVIEWS!  (Read 311 times)

David Tanny

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« Reply #20 on: April 13, 2015, 06:31:00 pm »
Shaun of the Dead: 9/10
Hot Fuzz: 10/10
The World's End: 9/10

Scott Pilgrim VS The World: 8/10

Edgar Wright is one of my favorite filmmakers.

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« Reply #21 on: April 23, 2015, 03:23:20 pm »


Scream 1:

Scream 1 came out during a time where slasher movies,(Halloween, Nightmare on Elm Street), had died out. Everyone though it was the same old sh*t everytime, and that is true, for the most part. They were getting very cliche, and it was just the same movie again and again. With Scream, director Wes Craven,(Nightmare on Elm Street, Deadly Friend, The Hills Have Eyes), and writer Kevin Williamson parody these cliches in a funny and clever way, while also making a genuinely scary movie. But, this movie and I Know What You Did Last Summer spawned the Scary Movie franchise and all of those other crappy parody movies. So, that happened. Getting back on track, let's get into the plot

In the town of Woodsboro, something has gone wrong. A mysterious masked killer is, you guessed it, killing teenagers. In the opening, he kills Casey Becker(Drew Barrymore), in a very well done scene that builds a lot of tension. Then there's main character Sydeny Prescott(Neve Campbell), who's mother died one year ago. Now, she has to survive these killings and find out who is doing this by learning the rules about horror movies and all of the cliches we all know. Also, there's reporter Gale Weathers(Courtney Cox) and Police Officer Dewey(David Arquette). That's the plot, very simple, but effective.

So, this movie is very scary. There are jumpscares, yes, but they are used good enough. However, there were a lot of moments where someone taps on a characters shoulder and then it's just their friend. Don't f*cking scare them to death, people. This happens a lot in all of the movies, and it is really annoying. But, the jumpscares aren't the scary part, it's the tension. You know, a character is looking around the house and the killer is somewhere, but you don't know where. This movie is great in that regard.

The acting is... okay. The three main actors do very well, especially Courtney Cox and David Arquette, who play their characters, a b*tchy reporter and a stupid cop, perfectly. Neve Campbell is good as Sydney, too. But then, there's the supporting cast. There's the character of Randy(Jamie Kennedy before his career went downward), who is one of my favorite characters in the series. He is the one who knows all of the horror movie rules. There's Sydney's boyfriend Billy, who is acted ok. Then there's Sydney's friend, Tatum, who is so annoying and stupid and poorly acted. But, she can not compare to Stu(Matthew Lillard) who is by far the worst character in the movie. He is so annoying and f*cking obnoxious that I wanted to throw something at my Television multiple times. God, he sucks.

There are some great kills here. The famous opening scene is great and very messy. There's also a death that has someone's head being crushed by a garage door. Also, the Principal of the school(Henry Winkler, Fonzie from Happy Days) gets killed for no reason at all. I really cannot figure out why the killer murdered him. Did he just p*ss the killer off so much that he decided to kill him? This movie also has a pretty good plot twist, which I guessed half of correctly(no spoilers here!) Also, the humor in this movie is good. It references all types of horror movies and knows when to parody certain topics of horror.

Scream score: 8/10. For those who like humor in horror movies instead of just cheap scares, this movie is for you. The acting is good, the comedy is good, the horror element is great, and the tension is excellent. But, the characters of Stu and Tatum are f*cking terrible, and there are too many jumpscares where it's just a friend tapping them on the shoulder. But, overall, it's a scary and funny movie. A very good movie to rent.

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« Reply #22 on: April 23, 2015, 04:14:41 pm »


Scream 1:

Scream 1 came out during a time where slasher movies,(Halloween, Nightmare on Elm Street), had died out. Everyone though it was the same old sh*t everytime, and that is true, for the most part. They were getting very cliche, and it was just the same movie again and again. With Scream, director Wes Craven,(Nightmare on Elm Street, Deadly Friend, The Hills Have Eyes), and writer Kevin Williamson parody these cliches in a funny and clever way, while also making a genuinely scary movie. But, this movie and I Know What You Did Last Summer spawned the Scary Movie franchise and all of those other crappy parody movies. So, that happened. Getting back on track, let's get into the plot

In the town of Woodsboro, something has gone wrong. A mysterious masked killer is, you guessed it, killing teenagers. In the opening, he kills Casey Becker(Drew Barrymore), in a very well done scene that builds a lot of tension. Then there's main character Sydeny Prescott(Neve Campbell), who's mother died one year ago. Now, she has to survive these killings and find out who is doing this by learning the rules about horror movies and all of the cliches we all know. Also, there's reporter Gale Weathers(Courtney Cox) and Police Officer Dewey(David Arquette). That's the plot, very simple, but effective.

So, this movie is very scary. There are jumpscares, yes, but they are used good enough. However, there were a lot of moments where someone taps on a characters shoulder and then it's just their friend. Don't f*cking scare them to death, people. This happens a lot in all of the movies, and it is really annoying. But, the jumpscares aren't the scary part, it's the tension. You know, a character is looking around the house and the killer is somewhere, but you don't know where. This movie is great in that regard.

The acting is... okay. The three main actors do very well, especially Courtney Cox and David Arquette, who play their characters, a b*tchy reporter and a stupid cop, perfectly. Neve Campbell is good as Sydney, too. But then, there's the supporting cast. There's the character of Randy(Jamie Kennedy before his career went downward), who is one of my favorite characters in the series. He is the one who knows all of the horror movie rules. There's Sydney's boyfriend Billy, who is acted ok. Then there's Sydney's friend, Tatum, who is so annoying and stupid and poorly acted. But, she can not compare to Stu(Matthew Lillard) who is by far the worst character in the movie. He is so annoying and f*cking obnoxious that I wanted to throw something at my Television multiple times. God, he sucks.

There are some great kills here. The famous opening scene is great and very messy. There's also a death that has someone's head being crushed by a garage door. Also, the Principal of the school(Henry Winkler, Fonzie from Happy Days) gets killed for no reason at all. I really cannot figure out why the killer murdered him. Did he just p*ss the killer off so much that he decided to kill him? This movie also has a pretty good plot twist, which I guessed half of correctly(no spoilers here!) Also, the humor in this movie is good. It references all types of horror movies and knows when to parody certain topics of horror.

Scream score: 8/10. For those who like humor in horror movies instead of just cheap scares, this movie is for you. The acting is good, the comedy is good, the horror element is great, and the tension is excellent. But, the characters of Stu and Tatum are f*cking terrible, and there are too many jumpscares where it's just a friend tapping them on the shoulder. But, overall, it's a scary and funny movie. A very good movie to rent.

One of the best "modern" horror films.

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« Reply #23 on: June 23, 2015, 09:59:29 pm »


Tropic Thunder:

WARNING! THERE ARE SOME SPOILERS IN THIS REVIEW!

Comedies. They are a very subjective movie genre for many people, but I have a strong opinion on the comedy genre in general. I am not a huge fan. I know I've said this before, but honestly, comedy is not my type of movie. Most comedies just have me sit there, not laughing, just watching the movie, which is pretty boring. Aren't comedies supposed to make people laugh?  Of course, there are exceptions to this, like Spy, St. Vincent, anything directed by Edgar Wright, and anything directed by John Hughes. But now, I can safely say that Tropic Thunder is one of the funniest movies I've ever seen.

The movie takes place in Vietnam, where a movie is trying to be made that is based on a book that is based on a true story about a war hero(Nick Nolte.) The movie is directed by Damien Cckburn(Steve Coogan,) and stars fading action star Tugg Speedman(Ben Stiller,) drug addicted, "comedian," Jeff Portnoy(Jack Black,) rapper Alpa Chino(Brandon T. Jackson,) new actor Kevin Sandusky(Jay Baruchel,) and five time Academy award winner Kirk Lazarus(Robert Downey Jr.) who underwent surgery to darken his skin for his role in the war movie. None of the actors are actually taking the movie seriously, so Cckburn, the war hero, and special effects guy Cody(Danny McBride,) plan to make the actors take the movie seriously, by putting the actors in the jungle, placing hidden cameras everywhere, and setting off explosions to make the actors actually act. But, when the director steps on a mine and blows up, everything goes to sht. The actors are right in the middle of the Flaming Dragon gang, which produces heroin. So, this group of actors must escape the jungle on a helicopter, while they have no idea that they are not in a movie.

This movie is, to put it shortly, hilarious. Every joke in this movie works, and that's not just the regular jokes that come from characters talking to each other in the jungle. Most of the humor in this movie comes from parodying Hollywood and all of the dumb sht they pump out, and it is funny as hell. Before the movie even begins, there are fake trailers for fake movies that serve the purpose of introducing the main characters in the movie, and showing where there careers are at the moment. There's Jeff Portnoy's comedy sequel, Fatties: Fart 2, about an obese family that farts a lot, Tugg Speedman's sixth movie in the action movie franchise Scorcher, as well as Speedman's Oscar bait movie, Simple Jack, about a mentally retrded boy who can talk to animals, and Kirk Lazarus's gay monk movie, Satan's Alley. All of these parody a certain part of Hollywood, and it is some of the funniest sht I've ever seen so far in my life. There's one scene where Lazarus talks to Speedman about how actors should never go, "full rtard," and it is very true and funny. However, the movie wouldn't be as good without the amazing cast.

The cast in this movie is one of the best comedy casts I've ever seen, and some the actors aren't known for comedic roles. Ben Stiller and Jack Black are both great, but special mention has to go to Robert Downey Jr. in his role. He clearly is having a lot of fun playing an actor who gets a little too into his roles. Downey Jr was even nominated for an Academy Award for his role. The supporting cast also holds up the movie really well. Brandon T. Jackson is good in his role, but he sadly moved on to Percy Jackson, which was not a good choice for the actor. Jay Baruchel is also funny as the new actor. And the non actor characters do well also. Danny McBride, Steve Coogan, Nick Nolte, and Bill Hader all do very well. Even Matthew McConaughey is funny in his role as Speedman's agent. However, one actor in this movie elevated above all of the rest, and that actor is Tom Cruise. Cruise plays a studio executive who is producing the movie, and he is the most rude, ill-tempered, and foul mouthed producer you will ever see. And it is awesome. Tom Cruise really gives the role everything he's got, playong extremely against his usual character, and having a blast doing so. He has a great rant near the end of the movie, which I will not spoiler, but it is a laugh riot. And let's not forget about his dancing skills.

The movie even works as an action/war movie near the end, where the movie switches to an explosion filled, action packed movie, with tons of cool explosions, and nice stuntwork. Sadly, Tom Cruise doesn't get to participate in the action, but it is still good action. And the movie is also a good spoof of Hollywood, and movies in general. So, overall, I'm going to give Tropic Thunder a 9/10. If you like comedies, spoofs, or a little bit of action, this is a surefire way to laugh away two hours. A must see movie.

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« Reply #24 on: June 23, 2015, 10:00:24 pm »


Tropic Thunder:

WARNING! THERE ARE SOME SPOILERS IN THIS REVIEW!

Comedies. They are a very subjective movie genre for many people, but I have a strong opinion on the comedy genre in general. I am not a huge fan. I know I've said this before, but honestly, comedy is not my type of movie. Most comedies just have me sit there, not laughing, just watching the movie, which is pretty boring. Aren't comedies supposed to make people laugh?  Of cource, there are exceptions to this, like Spy, St. Vincent, anything directed by Edgar Wright, and anything directed by John Hughes. But now, I can safely say that Tropic Thunder is one of the funniest movies I've ever seen.

The movie takes place in Vietnam, where a movie is trying to be made that is based on a book that is based on a true story about a war hero(Nick Nolte.) The movie is directed by Damien Cckburn(Steve Coogan,) and stars fading action star Tugg Speedman(Ben Stiller,) drug addicted, "comedian," Jeff Portnoy(Jack Black,) rapper Alpa Chino(Brandon T. Jackson,) new actor Kevin Sandusky(Jay Baruchel,) and five time Academy award winner Kirk Lazarus(Robert Downey Jr.) who underwent surgery to darken his skin for his role in the war movie. None of the actors are actually taking the movie seriously, so Cckburn, the war hero, and special effects guy Cody(Danny McBride,) plan to make the actors take the movie seriously, by putting the actors in the jungle, placing hidden cameras everywhere, and setting off explosions to make the actors actually act. But, when the director steps on a mine and blows up, everything goes to sht. The actors are right in the middle of the Flaming Dragon gang, which produces heroin. So, this group of actors must escape the jungle on a helicopter, while they have no idea that they are not in a movie.

This movie is, to put it shortly, hilarious. Every joke in this movie works, and that's not just the reglar jokes that come from characters talking to each other in the jungle. Most of the humor in this movie comes from parodying Hollywood and all of the dumb sht they pump out, and it is funny as hell. Before the movie even begins, there are fake trailers for fake movies that serve the purpose of introducing the main characters in the movie, and showing where there careers are at the moment. There's Jeff Portnoy's comedy sequel, Fatties: Fart 2, about an obese family that farts a lot, Tugg Speedman's sixth movie in the action movie franchise Scorcher, as well as Speedman's oscar bait movie, Simple Jack, about a mentally retrded boy who can talk to animals, and Kirk Lazarus's gay monk movie, Satan's Alley. All of these parody a certain part of Hollywood, and it his some of the funniest sht I've ever seen so far in my life. There's one scene where Lazarus talks to Speedman about how actors should never go, "full rtard," and it is very true and funny. However, the movie wouldn't be as good without the amazing cast.

The cast in this movie is one of the best comedy casts I've ever seen, and some the actors aren't known for comedic roles. Ben Stiller and Jack Black are both great, but special mention has to go to Robert Downey Jr in his role. He clearly is having a lot of fun playing an actor who gets a little too into his roles. Downey Jr was even nominated for an oscar for his role. The supporting cast also holds up the movie really well. Brandon T. Jackson is good in his role, but he sadly moved on to Percy Jackson, which was not a good choice for the actor. Jay Baruchel is also funny as the new actor. And the non actor characters do well also. Danny McBride, Steve Coogan, Nick Nolte, and Bill Hader all do very well. Even Matthew McConaughey is funny in his role as Speedman's agent. However, one actor in this movie elevated above all of the rest, and that actor is Tom Cruise. Cruise plays a studio executive who is producing the movie, and he is the most rude, ill-tempered, and foul mouthed producer you will ever see. And it is awesome. Tom Cruise really gives the role everhing he's got, playong extremely against his usual character, and having a blast doing so. He has a great rant near the end of the movie, which I will not spoiler, but it is a laugh riot. And let's not forget about his dancing skills.

The movie even works as an action/war movie near the end, where the movie switches to an explosion filled, action packed movie, with tons of cool explosions, and nice stuntwork. Sadly, Tom Cruise doesn't get to participate in the action, but it is still good action. And the movie is also a good spoof of Hollywood, and movies in general. So, overall, I'm going to give Tropic Thunder a 9/10. If you like comedies, spoofs, or a little bit of action, this is a surefire way to laugh away two hours. A must see movie.

meh - not a real fan of it...

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« Reply #25 on: June 23, 2015, 10:02:06 pm »


Tropic Thunder:

WARNING! THERE ARE SOME SPOILERS IN THIS REVIEW!

Comedies. They are a very subjective movie genre for many people, but I have a strong opinion on the comedy genre in general. I am not a huge fan. I know I've said this before, but honestly, comedy is not my type of movie. Most comedies just have me sit there, not laughing, just watching the movie, which is pretty boring. Aren't comedies supposed to make people laugh?  Of cource, there are exceptions to this, like Spy, St. Vincent, anything directed by Edgar Wright, and anything directed by John Hughes. But now, I can safely say that Tropic Thunder is one of the funniest movies I've ever seen.

The movie takes place in Vietnam, where a movie is trying to be made that is based on a book that is based on a true story about a war hero(Nick Nolte.) The movie is directed by Damien Cckburn(Steve Coogan,) and stars fading action star Tugg Speedman(Ben Stiller,) drug addicted, "comedian," Jeff Portnoy(Jack Black,) rapper Alpa Chino(Brandon T. Jackson,) new actor Kevin Sandusky(Jay Baruchel,) and five time Academy award winner Kirk Lazarus(Robert Downey Jr.) who underwent surgery to darken his skin for his role in the war movie. None of the actors are actually taking the movie seriously, so Cckburn, the war hero, and special effects guy Cody(Danny McBride,) plan to make the actors take the movie seriously, by putting the actors in the jungle, placing hidden cameras everywhere, and setting off explosions to make the actors actually act. But, when the director steps on a mine and blows up, everything goes to sht. The actors are right in the middle of the Flaming Dragon gang, which produces heroin. So, this group of actors must escape the jungle on a helicopter, while they have no idea that they are not in a movie.

This movie is, to put it shortly, hilarious. Every joke in this movie works, and that's not just the reglar jokes that come from characters talking to each other in the jungle. Most of the humor in this movie comes from parodying Hollywood and all of the dumb sht they pump out, and it is funny as hell. Before the movie even begins, there are fake trailers for fake movies that serve the purpose of introducing the main characters in the movie, and showing where there careers are at the moment. There's Jeff Portnoy's comedy sequel, Fatties: Fart 2, about an obese family that farts a lot, Tugg Speedman's sixth movie in the action movie franchise Scorcher, as well as Speedman's oscar bait movie, Simple Jack, about a mentally retrded boy who can talk to animals, and Kirk Lazarus's gay monk movie, Satan's Alley. All of these parody a certain part of Hollywood, and it his some of the funniest sht I've ever seen so far in my life. There's one scene where Lazarus talks to Speedman about how actors should never go, "full rtard," and it is very true and funny. However, the movie wouldn't be as good without the amazing cast.

The cast in this movie is one of the best comedy casts I've ever seen, and some the actors aren't known for comedic roles. Ben Stiller and Jack Black are both great, but special mention has to go to Robert Downey Jr in his role. He clearly is having a lot of fun playing an actor who gets a little too into his roles. Downey Jr was even nominated for an oscar for his role. The supporting cast also holds up the movie really well. Brandon T. Jackson is good in his role, but he sadly moved on to Percy Jackson, which was not a good choice for the actor. Jay Baruchel is also funny as the new actor. And the non actor characters do well also. Danny McBride, Steve Coogan, Nick Nolte, and Bill Hader all do very well. Even Matthew McConaughey is funny in his role as Speedman's agent. However, one actor in this movie elevated above all of the rest, and that actor is Tom Cruise. Cruise plays a studio executive who is producing the movie, and he is the most rude, ill-tempered, and foul mouthed producer you will ever see. And it is awesome. Tom Cruise really gives the role everhing he's got, playong extremely against his usual character, and having a blast doing so. He has a great rant near the end of the movie, which I will not spoiler, but it is a laugh riot. And let's not forget about his dancing skills.

The movie even works as an action/war movie near the end, where the movie switches to an explosion filled, action packed movie, with tons of cool explosions, and nice stuntwork. Sadly, Tom Cruise doesn't get to participate in the action, but it is still good action. And the movie is also a good spoof of Hollywood, and movies in general. So, overall, I'm going to give Tropic Thunder a 9/10. If you like comedies, spoofs, or a little bit of action, this is a surefire way to laugh away two hours. A must see movie.



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« Reply #26 on: June 23, 2015, 10:04:26 pm »


Tropic Thunder:

WARNING! THERE ARE SOME SPOILERS IN THIS REVIEW!

Comedies. They are a very subjective movie genre for many people, but I have a strong opinion on the comedy genre in general. I am not a huge fan. I know I've said this before, but honestly, comedy is not my type of movie. Most comedies just have me sit there, not laughing, just watching the movie, which is pretty boring. Aren't comedies supposed to make people laugh?  Of cource, there are exceptions to this, like Spy, St. Vincent, anything directed by Edgar Wright, and anything directed by John Hughes. But now, I can safely say that Tropic Thunder is one of the funniest movies I've ever seen.

The movie takes place in Vietnam, where a movie is trying to be made that is based on a book that is based on a true story about a war hero(Nick Nolte.) The movie is directed by Damien Cckburn(Steve Coogan,) and stars fading action star Tugg Speedman(Ben Stiller,) drug addicted, "comedian," Jeff Portnoy(Jack Black,) rapper Alpa Chino(Brandon T. Jackson,) new actor Kevin Sandusky(Jay Baruchel,) and five time Academy award winner Kirk Lazarus(Robert Downey Jr.) who underwent surgery to darken his skin for his role in the war movie. None of the actors are actually taking the movie seriously, so Cckburn, the war hero, and special effects guy Cody(Danny McBride,) plan to make the actors take the movie seriously, by putting the actors in the jungle, placing hidden cameras everywhere, and setting off explosions to make the actors actually act. But, when the director steps on a mine and blows up, everything goes to sht. The actors are right in the middle of the Flaming Dragon gang, which produces heroin. So, this group of actors must escape the jungle on a helicopter, while they have no idea that they are not in a movie.

This movie is, to put it shortly, hilarious. Every joke in this movie works, and that's not just the reglar jokes that come from characters talking to each other in the jungle. Most of the humor in this movie comes from parodying Hollywood and all of the dumb sht they pump out, and it is funny as hell. Before the movie even begins, there are fake trailers for fake movies that serve the purpose of introducing the main characters in the movie, and showing where there careers are at the moment. There's Jeff Portnoy's comedy sequel, Fatties: Fart 2, about an obese family that farts a lot, Tugg Speedman's sixth movie in the action movie franchise Scorcher, as well as Speedman's oscar bait movie, Simple Jack, about a mentally retrded boy who can talk to animals, and Kirk Lazarus's gay monk movie, Satan's Alley. All of these parody a certain part of Hollywood, and it his some of the funniest sht I've ever seen so far in my life. There's one scene where Lazarus talks to Speedman about how actors should never go, "full rtard," and it is very true and funny. However, the movie wouldn't be as good without the amazing cast.

The cast in this movie is one of the best comedy casts I've ever seen, and some the actors aren't known for comedic roles. Ben Stiller and Jack Black are both great, but special mention has to go to Robert Downey Jr in his role. He clearly is having a lot of fun playing an actor who gets a little too into his roles. Downey Jr was even nominated for an oscar for his role. The supporting cast also holds up the movie really well. Brandon T. Jackson is good in his role, but he sadly moved on to Percy Jackson, which was not a good choice for the actor. Jay Baruchel is also funny as the new actor. And the non actor characters do well also. Danny McBride, Steve Coogan, Nick Nolte, and Bill Hader all do very well. Even Matthew McConaughey is funny in his role as Speedman's agent. However, one actor in this movie elevated above all of the rest, and that actor is Tom Cruise. Cruise plays a studio executive who is producing the movie, and he is the most rude, ill-tempered, and foul mouthed producer you will ever see. And it is awesome. Tom Cruise really gives the role everhing he's got, playong extremely against his usual character, and having a blast doing so. He has a great rant near the end of the movie, which I will not spoiler, but it is a laugh riot. And let's not forget about his dancing skills.

The movie even works as an action/war movie near the end, where the movie switches to an explosion filled, action packed movie, with tons of cool explosions, and nice stuntwork. Sadly, Tom Cruise doesn't get to participate in the action, but it is still good action. And the movie is also a good spoof of Hollywood, and movies in general. So, overall, I'm going to give Tropic Thunder a 9/10. If you like comedies, spoofs, or a little bit of action, this is a surefire way to laugh away two hours. A must see movie.



Those are the dancing skills I mentioned. Great stuff.

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« Reply #27 on: June 23, 2015, 10:05:27 pm »
Those are the dancing skills I mentioned. Great stuff.

I gave the film the same score. One of my favorite comedies as well.

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« Reply #28 on: June 23, 2015, 10:06:11 pm »


Tropic Thunder:

WARNING! THERE ARE SOME SPOILERS IN THIS REVIEW!

Comedies. They are a very subjective movie genre for many people, but I have a strong opinion on the comedy genre in general. I am not a huge fan. I know I've said this before, but honestly, comedy is not my type of movie. Most comedies just have me sit there, not laughing, just watching the movie, which is pretty boring. Aren't comedies supposed to make people laugh?  Of cource, there are exceptions to this, like Spy, St. Vincent, anything directed by Edgar Wright, and anything directed by John Hughes. But now, I can safely say that Tropic Thunder is one of the funniest movies I've ever seen.

The movie takes place in Vietnam, where a movie is trying to be made that is based on a book that is based on a true story about a war hero(Nick Nolte.) The movie is directed by Damien Cckburn(Steve Coogan,) and stars fading action star Tugg Speedman(Ben Stiller,) drug addicted, "comedian," Jeff Portnoy(Jack Black,) rapper Alpa Chino(Brandon T. Jackson,) new actor Kevin Sandusky(Jay Baruchel,) and five time Academy award winner Kirk Lazarus(Robert Downey Jr.) who underwent surgery to darken his skin for his role in the war movie. None of the actors are actually taking the movie seriously, so Cckburn, the war hero, and special effects guy Cody(Danny McBride,) plan to make the actors take the movie seriously, by putting the actors in the jungle, placing hidden cameras everywhere, and setting off explosions to make the actors actually act. But, when the director steps on a mine and blows up, everything goes to sht. The actors are right in the middle of the Flaming Dragon gang, which produces heroin. So, this group of actors must escape the jungle on a helicopter, while they have no idea that they are not in a movie.

This movie is, to put it shortly, hilarious. Every joke in this movie works, and that's not just the reglar jokes that come from characters talking to each other in the jungle. Most of the humor in this movie comes from parodying Hollywood and all of the dumb sht they pump out, and it is funny as hell. Before the movie even begins, there are fake trailers for fake movies that serve the purpose of introducing the main characters in the movie, and showing where there careers are at the moment. There's Jeff Portnoy's comedy sequel, Fatties: Fart 2, about an obese family that farts a lot, Tugg Speedman's sixth movie in the action movie franchise Scorcher, as well as Speedman's oscar bait movie, Simple Jack, about a mentally retrded boy who can talk to animals, and Kirk Lazarus's gay monk movie, Satan's Alley. All of these parody a certain part of Hollywood, and it his some of the funniest sht I've ever seen so far in my life. There's one scene where Lazarus talks to Speedman about how actors should never go, "full rtard," and it is very true and funny. However, the movie wouldn't be as good without the amazing cast.

The cast in this movie is one of the best comedy casts I've ever seen, and some the actors aren't known for comedic roles. Ben Stiller and Jack Black are both great, but special mention has to go to Robert Downey Jr in his role. He clearly is having a lot of fun playing an actor who gets a little too into his roles. Downey Jr was even nominated for an oscar for his role. The supporting cast also holds up the movie really well. Brandon T. Jackson is good in his role, but he sadly moved on to Percy Jackson, which was not a good choice for the actor. Jay Baruchel is also funny as the new actor. And the non actor characters do well also. Danny McBride, Steve Coogan, Nick Nolte, and Bill Hader all do very well. Even Matthew McConaughey is funny in his role as Speedman's agent. However, one actor in this movie elevated above all of the rest, and that actor is Tom Cruise. Cruise plays a studio executive who is producing the movie, and he is the most rude, ill-tempered, and foul mouthed producer you will ever see. And it is awesome. Tom Cruise really gives the role everhing he's got, playong extremely against his usual character, and having a blast doing so. He has a great rant near the end of the movie, which I will not spoiler, but it is a laugh riot. And let's not forget about his dancing skills.

The movie even works as an action/war movie near the end, where the movie switches to an explosion filled, action packed movie, with tons of cool explosions, and nice stuntwork. Sadly, Tom Cruise doesn't get to participate in the action, but it is still good action. And the movie is also a good spoof of Hollywood, and movies in general. So, overall, I'm going to give Tropic Thunder a 9/10. If you like comedies, spoofs, or a little bit of action, this is a surefire way to laugh away two hours. A must see movie.



Those are the dancing skills I mentioned. Great stuff.

Woah, I thought you were talking about his other dancing skills


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« Reply #29 on: June 23, 2015, 10:09:00 pm »


Tropic Thunder:

WARNING! THERE ARE SOME SPOILERS IN THIS REVIEW!

Comedies. They are a very subjective movie genre for many people, but I have a strong opinion on the comedy genre in general. I am not a huge fan. I know I've said this before, but honestly, comedy is not my type of movie. Most comedies just have me sit there, not laughing, just watching the movie, which is pretty boring. Aren't comedies supposed to make people laugh?  Of cource, there are exceptions to this, like Spy, St. Vincent, anything directed by Edgar Wright, and anything directed by John Hughes. But now, I can safely say that Tropic Thunder is one of the funniest movies I've ever seen.

The movie takes place in Vietnam, where a movie is trying to be made that is based on a book that is based on a true story about a war hero(Nick Nolte.) The movie is directed by Damien Cckburn(Steve Coogan,) and stars fading action star Tugg Speedman(Ben Stiller,) drug addicted, "comedian," Jeff Portnoy(Jack Black,) rapper Alpa Chino(Brandon T. Jackson,) new actor Kevin Sandusky(Jay Baruchel,) and five time Academy award winner Kirk Lazarus(Robert Downey Jr.) who underwent surgery to darken his skin for his role in the war movie. None of the actors are actually taking the movie seriously, so Cckburn, the war hero, and special effects guy Cody(Danny McBride,) plan to make the actors take the movie seriously, by putting the actors in the jungle, placing hidden cameras everywhere, and setting off explosions to make the actors actually act. But, when the director steps on a mine and blows up, everything goes to sht. The actors are right in the middle of the Flaming Dragon gang, which produces heroin. So, this group of actors must escape the jungle on a helicopter, while they have no idea that they are not in a movie.

This movie is, to put it shortly, hilarious. Every joke in this movie works, and that's not just the reglar jokes that come from characters talking to each other in the jungle. Most of the humor in this movie comes from parodying Hollywood and all of the dumb sht they pump out, and it is funny as hell. Before the movie even begins, there are fake trailers for fake movies that serve the purpose of introducing the main characters in the movie, and showing where there careers are at the moment. There's Jeff Portnoy's comedy sequel, Fatties: Fart 2, about an obese family that farts a lot, Tugg Speedman's sixth movie in the action movie franchise Scorcher, as well as Speedman's oscar bait movie, Simple Jack, about a mentally retrded boy who can talk to animals, and Kirk Lazarus's gay monk movie, Satan's Alley. All of these parody a certain part of Hollywood, and it his some of the funniest sht I've ever seen so far in my life. There's one scene where Lazarus talks to Speedman about how actors should never go, "full rtard," and it is very true and funny. However, the movie wouldn't be as good without the amazing cast.

The cast in this movie is one of the best comedy casts I've ever seen, and some the actors aren't known for comedic roles. Ben Stiller and Jack Black are both great, but special mention has to go to Robert Downey Jr in his role. He clearly is having a lot of fun playing an actor who gets a little too into his roles. Downey Jr was even nominated for an oscar for his role. The supporting cast also holds up the movie really well. Brandon T. Jackson is good in his role, but he sadly moved on to Percy Jackson, which was not a good choice for the actor. Jay Baruchel is also funny as the new actor. And the non actor characters do well also. Danny McBride, Steve Coogan, Nick Nolte, and Bill Hader all do very well. Even Matthew McConaughey is funny in his role as Speedman's agent. However, one actor in this movie elevated above all of the rest, and that actor is Tom Cruise. Cruise plays a studio executive who is producing the movie, and he is the most rude, ill-tempered, and foul mouthed producer you will ever see. And it is awesome. Tom Cruise really gives the role everhing he's got, playong extremely against his usual character, and having a blast doing so. He has a great rant near the end of the movie, which I will not spoiler, but it is a laugh riot. And let's not forget about his dancing skills.

The movie even works as an action/war movie near the end, where the movie switches to an explosion filled, action packed movie, with tons of cool explosions, and nice stuntwork. Sadly, Tom Cruise doesn't get to participate in the action, but it is still good action. And the movie is also a good spoof of Hollywood, and movies in general. So, overall, I'm going to give Tropic Thunder a 9/10. If you like comedies, spoofs, or a little bit of action, this is a surefire way to laugh away two hours. A must see movie.



Those are the dancing skills I mentioned. Great stuff.

Woah, I thought you were talking about his other dancing skills


I haven't seen that movie yet...

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« Reply #30 on: June 23, 2015, 10:09:54 pm »


Tropic Thunder:

WARNING! THERE ARE SOME SPOILERS IN THIS REVIEW!

Comedies. They are a very subjective movie genre for many people, but I have a strong opinion on the comedy genre in general. I am not a huge fan. I know I've said this before, but honestly, comedy is not my type of movie. Most comedies just have me sit there, not laughing, just watching the movie, which is pretty boring. Aren't comedies supposed to make people laugh?  Of cource, there are exceptions to this, like Spy, St. Vincent, anything directed by Edgar Wright, and anything directed by John Hughes. But now, I can safely say that Tropic Thunder is one of the funniest movies I've ever seen.

The movie takes place in Vietnam, where a movie is trying to be made that is based on a book that is based on a true story about a war hero(Nick Nolte.) The movie is directed by Damien Cckburn(Steve Coogan,) and stars fading action star Tugg Speedman(Ben Stiller,) drug addicted, "comedian," Jeff Portnoy(Jack Black,) rapper Alpa Chino(Brandon T. Jackson,) new actor Kevin Sandusky(Jay Baruchel,) and five time Academy award winner Kirk Lazarus(Robert Downey Jr.) who underwent surgery to darken his skin for his role in the war movie. None of the actors are actually taking the movie seriously, so Cckburn, the war hero, and special effects guy Cody(Danny McBride,) plan to make the actors take the movie seriously, by putting the actors in the jungle, placing hidden cameras everywhere, and setting off explosions to make the actors actually act. But, when the director steps on a mine and blows up, everything goes to sht. The actors are right in the middle of the Flaming Dragon gang, which produces heroin. So, this group of actors must escape the jungle on a helicopter, while they have no idea that they are not in a movie.

This movie is, to put it shortly, hilarious. Every joke in this movie works, and that's not just the reglar jokes that come from characters talking to each other in the jungle. Most of the humor in this movie comes from parodying Hollywood and all of the dumb sht they pump out, and it is funny as hell. Before the movie even begins, there are fake trailers for fake movies that serve the purpose of introducing the main characters in the movie, and showing where there careers are at the moment. There's Jeff Portnoy's comedy sequel, Fatties: Fart 2, about an obese family that farts a lot, Tugg Speedman's sixth movie in the action movie franchise Scorcher, as well as Speedman's oscar bait movie, Simple Jack, about a mentally retrded boy who can talk to animals, and Kirk Lazarus's gay monk movie, Satan's Alley. All of these parody a certain part of Hollywood, and it his some of the funniest sht I've ever seen so far in my life. There's one scene where Lazarus talks to Speedman about how actors should never go, "full rtard," and it is very true and funny. However, the movie wouldn't be as good without the amazing cast.

The cast in this movie is one of the best comedy casts I've ever seen, and some the actors aren't known for comedic roles. Ben Stiller and Jack Black are both great, but special mention has to go to Robert Downey Jr in his role. He clearly is having a lot of fun playing an actor who gets a little too into his roles. Downey Jr was even nominated for an oscar for his role. The supporting cast also holds up the movie really well. Brandon T. Jackson is good in his role, but he sadly moved on to Percy Jackson, which was not a good choice for the actor. Jay Baruchel is also funny as the new actor. And the non actor characters do well also. Danny McBride, Steve Coogan, Nick Nolte, and Bill Hader all do very well. Even Matthew McConaughey is funny in his role as Speedman's agent. However, one actor in this movie elevated above all of the rest, and that actor is Tom Cruise. Cruise plays a studio executive who is producing the movie, and he is the most rude, ill-tempered, and foul mouthed producer you will ever see. And it is awesome. Tom Cruise really gives the role everhing he's got, playong extremely against his usual character, and having a blast doing so. He has a great rant near the end of the movie, which I will not spoiler, but it is a laugh riot. And let's not forget about his dancing skills.

The movie even works as an action/war movie near the end, where the movie switches to an explosion filled, action packed movie, with tons of cool explosions, and nice stuntwork. Sadly, Tom Cruise doesn't get to participate in the action, but it is still good action. And the movie is also a good spoof of Hollywood, and movies in general. So, overall, I'm going to give Tropic Thunder a 9/10. If you like comedies, spoofs, or a little bit of action, this is a surefire way to laugh away two hours. A must see movie.



Those are the dancing skills I mentioned. Great stuff.

Woah, I thought you were talking about his other dancing skills


I haven't seen that movie yet...

One of my favorite Cruise films.  Diego is a cnt.

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« Reply #31 on: June 23, 2015, 10:15:09 pm »


Tropic Thunder:

WARNING! THERE ARE SOME SPOILERS IN THIS REVIEW!

Comedies. They are a very subjective movie genre for many people, but I have a strong opinion on the comedy genre in general. I am not a huge fan. I know I've said this before, but honestly, comedy is not my type of movie. Most comedies just have me sit there, not laughing, just watching the movie, which is pretty boring. Aren't comedies supposed to make people laugh?  Of cource, there are exceptions to this, like Spy, St. Vincent, anything directed by Edgar Wright, and anything directed by John Hughes. But now, I can safely say that Tropic Thunder is one of the funniest movies I've ever seen.

The movie takes place in Vietnam, where a movie is trying to be made that is based on a book that is based on a true story about a war hero(Nick Nolte.) The movie is directed by Damien Cckburn(Steve Coogan,) and stars fading action star Tugg Speedman(Ben Stiller,) drug addicted, "comedian," Jeff Portnoy(Jack Black,) rapper Alpa Chino(Brandon T. Jackson,) new actor Kevin Sandusky(Jay Baruchel,) and five time Academy award winner Kirk Lazarus(Robert Downey Jr.) who underwent surgery to darken his skin for his role in the war movie. None of the actors are actually taking the movie seriously, so Cckburn, the war hero, and special effects guy Cody(Danny McBride,) plan to make the actors take the movie seriously, by putting the actors in the jungle, placing hidden cameras everywhere, and setting off explosions to make the actors actually act. But, when the director steps on a mine and blows up, everything goes to sht. The actors are right in the middle of the Flaming Dragon gang, which produces heroin. So, this group of actors must escape the jungle on a helicopter, while they have no idea that they are not in a movie.

This movie is, to put it shortly, hilarious. Every joke in this movie works, and that's not just the reglar jokes that come from characters talking to each other in the jungle. Most of the humor in this movie comes from parodying Hollywood and all of the dumb sht they pump out, and it is funny as hell. Before the movie even begins, there are fake trailers for fake movies that serve the purpose of introducing the main characters in the movie, and showing where there careers are at the moment. There's Jeff Portnoy's comedy sequel, Fatties: Fart 2, about an obese family that farts a lot, Tugg Speedman's sixth movie in the action movie franchise Scorcher, as well as Speedman's oscar bait movie, Simple Jack, about a mentally retrded boy who can talk to animals, and Kirk Lazarus's gay monk movie, Satan's Alley. All of these parody a certain part of Hollywood, and it his some of the funniest sht I've ever seen so far in my life. There's one scene where Lazarus talks to Speedman about how actors should never go, "full rtard," and it is very true and funny. However, the movie wouldn't be as good without the amazing cast.

The cast in this movie is one of the best comedy casts I've ever seen, and some the actors aren't known for comedic roles. Ben Stiller and Jack Black are both great, but special mention has to go to Robert Downey Jr in his role. He clearly is having a lot of fun playing an actor who gets a little too into his roles. Downey Jr was even nominated for an oscar for his role. The supporting cast also holds up the movie really well. Brandon T. Jackson is good in his role, but he sadly moved on to Percy Jackson, which was not a good choice for the actor. Jay Baruchel is also funny as the new actor. And the non actor characters do well also. Danny McBride, Steve Coogan, Nick Nolte, and Bill Hader all do very well. Even Matthew McConaughey is funny in his role as Speedman's agent. However, one actor in this movie elevated above all of the rest, and that actor is Tom Cruise. Cruise plays a studio executive who is producing the movie, and he is the most rude, ill-tempered, and foul mouthed producer you will ever see. And it is awesome. Tom Cruise really gives the role everhing he's got, playong extremely against his usual character, and having a blast doing so. He has a great rant near the end of the movie, which I will not spoiler, but it is a laugh riot. And let's not forget about his dancing skills.

The movie even works as an action/war movie near the end, where the movie switches to an explosion filled, action packed movie, with tons of cool explosions, and nice stuntwork. Sadly, Tom Cruise doesn't get to participate in the action, but it is still good action. And the movie is also a good spoof of Hollywood, and movies in general. So, overall, I'm going to give Tropic Thunder a 9/10. If you like comedies, spoofs, or a little bit of action, this is a surefire way to laugh away two hours. A must see movie.



Those are the dancing skills I mentioned. Great stuff.

Woah, I thought you were talking about his other dancing skills


I haven't seen that movie yet...

#69 on my all-time top 100 list...

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« Reply #32 on: November 14, 2015, 01:35:34 pm »
I'm going to start posting reviews on Letterboxd. So, here's my review of Steve Jobs.

https://letterboxd.com/jackruby099/film/steve-jobs/

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« Reply #33 on: November 14, 2015, 01:37:20 pm »


Tropic Thunder:

WARNING! THERE ARE SOME SPOILERS IN THIS REVIEW!

Comedies. They are a very subjective movie genre for many people, but I have a strong opinion on the comedy genre in general. I am not a huge fan. I know I've said this before, but honestly, comedy is not my type of movie. Most comedies just have me sit there, not laughing, just watching the movie, which is pretty boring. Aren't comedies supposed to make people laugh?  Of cource, there are exceptions to this, like Spy, St. Vincent, anything directed by Edgar Wright, and anything directed by John Hughes. But now, I can safely say that Tropic Thunder is one of the funniest movies I've ever seen.

The movie takes place in Vietnam, where a movie is trying to be made that is based on a book that is based on a true story about a war hero(Nick Nolte.) The movie is directed by Damien Cckburn(Steve Coogan,) and stars fading action star Tugg Speedman(Ben Stiller,) drug addicted, "comedian," Jeff Portnoy(Jack Black,) rapper Alpa Chino(Brandon T. Jackson,) new actor Kevin Sandusky(Jay Baruchel,) and five time Academy award winner Kirk Lazarus(Robert Downey Jr.) who underwent surgery to darken his skin for his role in the war movie. None of the actors are actually taking the movie seriously, so Cckburn, the war hero, and special effects guy Cody(Danny McBride,) plan to make the actors take the movie seriously, by putting the actors in the jungle, placing hidden cameras everywhere, and setting off explosions to make the actors actually act. But, when the director steps on a mine and blows up, everything goes to sht. The actors are right in the middle of the Flaming Dragon gang, which produces heroin. So, this group of actors must escape the jungle on a helicopter, while they have no idea that they are not in a movie.

This movie is, to put it shortly, hilarious. Every joke in this movie works, and that's not just the reglar jokes that come from characters talking to each other in the jungle. Most of the humor in this movie comes from parodying Hollywood and all of the dumb sht they pump out, and it is funny as hell. Before the movie even begins, there are fake trailers for fake movies that serve the purpose of introducing the main characters in the movie, and showing where there careers are at the moment. There's Jeff Portnoy's comedy sequel, Fatties: Fart 2, about an obese family that farts a lot, Tugg Speedman's sixth movie in the action movie franchise Scorcher, as well as Speedman's oscar bait movie, Simple Jack, about a mentally retrded boy who can talk to animals, and Kirk Lazarus's gay monk movie, Satan's Alley. All of these parody a certain part of Hollywood, and it his some of the funniest sht I've ever seen so far in my life. There's one scene where Lazarus talks to Speedman about how actors should never go, "full rtard," and it is very true and funny. However, the movie wouldn't be as good without the amazing cast.

The cast in this movie is one of the best comedy casts I've ever seen, and some the actors aren't known for comedic roles. Ben Stiller and Jack Black are both great, but special mention has to go to Robert Downey Jr in his role. He clearly is having a lot of fun playing an actor who gets a little too into his roles. Downey Jr was even nominated for an oscar for his role. The supporting cast also holds up the movie really well. Brandon T. Jackson is good in his role, but he sadly moved on to Percy Jackson, which was not a good choice for the actor. Jay Baruchel is also funny as the new actor. And the non actor characters do well also. Danny McBride, Steve Coogan, Nick Nolte, and Bill Hader all do very well. Even Matthew McConaughey is funny in his role as Speedman's agent. However, one actor in this movie elevated above all of the rest, and that actor is Tom Cruise. Cruise plays a studio executive who is producing the movie, and he is the most rude, ill-tempered, and foul mouthed producer you will ever see. And it is awesome. Tom Cruise really gives the role everhing he's got, playong extremely against his usual character, and having a blast doing so. He has a great rant near the end of the movie, which I will not spoiler, but it is a laugh riot. And let's not forget about his dancing skills.

The movie even works as an action/war movie near the end, where the movie switches to an explosion filled, action packed movie, with tons of cool explosions, and nice stuntwork. Sadly, Tom Cruise doesn't get to participate in the action, but it is still good action. And the movie is also a good spoof of Hollywood, and movies in general. So, overall, I'm going to give Tropic Thunder a 9/10. If you like comedies, spoofs, or a little bit of action, this is a surefire way to laugh away two hours. A must see movie.



Those are the dancing skills I mentioned. Great stuff.

Woah, I thought you were talking about his other dancing skills


I haven't seen that movie yet...

#69 on my all-time top 100 list...

Don't understand why Diego thought his character was unlikable. 

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« Reply #34 on: November 14, 2015, 02:26:01 pm »
Still better than my written reviews.

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« Reply #35 on: November 14, 2015, 05:05:47 pm »
I'm going to start posting reviews on Letterboxd. So, here's my review of Steve Jobs.

https://letterboxd.com/jackruby099/film/steve-jobs/
Best movie of the year.

 

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