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#161 Bulletproof

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Posted 01 September 2009 - 09:54 AM

In the interest of thread consolidation, I’m going to start posting my reviews in this thread rather than the other Movies thread…that way, if the mods don’t get a chance to merge the two, the other will just sink to the bottom….very Titanic, I agree.

Inglorious Basterds

If there’s any sort of certainty in the world, the fact that Quentin Tarantino loves himself some genres should be one of them. From the Lee Marvin-esqe tough guy films like Reservoir Dogs to the 70’s blackpoilation genre shown in Jackie Brown to the kung fu epic Kill Bill, Tarantino has always made homage films about the movies he grew up with.

At first look, Inglorious Basterds looks like more of the same; a group of underground Jewish soldiers stationed deep within German occupied France whose sole mission is to kill as many Nazis as humanly possible. While the premise screams as homage to the classic World War II films of the 40’s and 50’s, the result is anything but. For the first time in his career, Tarantino wrote a story, set it in a time period and let it run from there. Sure there are nods and winks to the genre in question, but IB feels like his freshest idea since Pulp Fiction. The result is his best film since Jackie Brown.

Inglorious Basterds, at its core, is classic Tarantino in every sense, especially when it comes to the dialogue. Tarantino is known for developing characters through the way they speak and IB does not disappoint, serving up heaps of long winded dialogue at crucial points in the film. There are moments when the film drags a bit due to this, but the pacing is so well done, most viewers will just roll along with it. As a huge Tarantino fan, I look forward to the long monologues and IB gave me all I needed and more.

IB is also one of the best cast movies this summer, with an eclectic yet very enjoyable cast headlined by Brad Pitt, Melanie Laurent and Christoph Waltz (who won a Best Actor Award at Cannes this year for this role). While Brad Pitt is hilarious as the American leader of the Basterds, Waltz easily steals the show as SS enforcer Hans Landa. The opening scene in particular is especially brilliant and perfectly sets the tone for the film. Cameos by Michael Myers, Julie Dreyfus and BJ Novak round out the excellent ensemble cast, as well as some old “Tarantino favorites” that I won’t spoil for you. Let’s just say, if you’re a fan, you’ll cheer when you see / hear them.

While everything else from the direction to the sound is top notch, the film isn’t perfect. In my opinion, Eli Roth was very average as the “The Bear Jew”, a fun character that could have been done much better by another actor. Also, the decision to introduce the other members of the Basterds just to have them literally forgotten about halfway through the film was a surprising omission. It almost felt as though the film had a lot cut from it, surprising considering it’s already lengthy at over 2 and a half hours.

That aside, Inglorious is a true return to form for Tarantino, serving up a wonderfully surprising story backed with excellent acting, thrilling moments and an overall feeling of tension unlike anything he’s ever done. Tarantino has achieved something I always dreamed he would. He didn’t just make a movie honoring classic World War II films…he simply went ahead and created a classic World War II film.

My Rating : A

Edit : Thanks to El D for pointing out a huyge typo...seems I was referencing the wrong World War :D

Edited by Bulletproof, 01 September 2009 - 11:48 AM.

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Posted 01 September 2009 - 10:18 AM

Anyone see the new Final Destination yet?
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Posted 03 September 2009 - 08:45 AM

Opening This Week

All About Steve – This weekend’s romantic comedy stars Sandra Bullock who after one blind date with Bradley Cooper, falls madly in love with him. Problem is, Cooper just thinks she’s a stalker! Comic mischief and forced hilarity ensue in what looks to be a big steaming pile. To quote Rafer Guzman from Newsday, “The film isn't merely unfunny and stupefyingly inane but a depressing waste of money, energy and time, yours included”. Ouch…

Extract – Jason Bateman, Mila Kunis and Ben freaking Affleck star in Mike Judge’s newest film about workplace wackiness. To me, the trailer screams as an attempt to catch the Office Space fever once again and the results look to be watered down. Despite having the often hilarious Jason Bateman as the lead, early reviews are mixed at best. Check this out only if you’re a huge Mike Judge fan.

Gamer – Gerard Butler stars in this adrenaline spiked action movie about a near future video game that allows humans to control human prisoners in an online deathmatch. Butler is one of these combatants who’s controlled by a young superstar gamer. Bullets, blood and things going boom seem to be the order of the day for Gamer, so check it out only if you need to have your eardrums bleeding one more time this summer. Everybody else, get some sunshine this weekend…the cinema is not looking to be a good place to be.

Carriers – And the sh!t keeps on coming with Carriers, a film about four friends who travel across the desert in order to elude a sweeping pandemic. Yawn….

Amreeka (Limited Release) – This film revolves around a divorced Palestinian woman who leave the West Bank with her teenaged son in search for a new life in America. Touted as a light hearted “dramedy”, Amreeka has gotten rave reviews. If you’re near a art house style theater, you could do much worse things with your hour and a half.
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Posted 03 September 2009 - 08:47 AM

See what I mean??
the movies suck now... must be time for football!!!!!:yay:
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Posted 03 September 2009 - 11:35 AM

Beavis & Butthead ... Office Space ... Mike Judge can do no wrong, unless we're talking about King Of The Hill. Looking forward to Extract.
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Posted 03 September 2009 - 12:35 PM

Beavis & Butthead ... Office Space ... Mike Judge can do no wrong, unless we're talking about King Of The Hill. Looking forward to Extract.

While I normally would agree with you, the trailers for Exrtract have been leaving me empty, although trailers can be very deceiving. Then again, Mila Kunis is reason enough to give the movie some attention for an hour and a half :D

All jokes aside, I'm really rooting for Extract to be good but I just don't have a good feeling about it.
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Posted 03 September 2009 - 02:00 PM

While I normally would agree with you, the trailers for Exrtract have been leaving me empty, although trailers can be very deceiving. Then again, Mila Kunis is reason enough to give the movie some attention for an hour and a half :D

All jokes aside, I'm really rooting for Extract to be good but I just don't have a good feeling about it.


Ya know, I kinda feel the same way with the trailers. But the fact that Office Space was a box office dud kinda makes me think that this might still have potential. Plus, Jason Bateman is just hilarious.
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Posted 03 September 2009 - 03:15 PM

Beavis & Butthead ... Office Space ... Mike Judge can do no wrong, unless we're talking about King Of The Hill. Looking forward to Extract.


Add in Idiocracy on the good side.
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Posted 03 September 2009 - 03:59 PM

Add in Idiocracy on the good side.

Damn, I forgot about Idiocracy...probably one of the worst 20 minutes of film I've ever seen! Maybe I needed to hang with it a little more, but I seriously couldn't get past the opening 20 when it was on HBO a while back.

To be honest, I had no idea Judge wrote and directed it...maybe if I had known that, I would have hung for a lttle longer but damn, that movie is obnoxious. Maybe that's the point, but it was just too frustrating to watch.

By the way, 731, I don't mean to knock a movie you obviously enjoyed...perhaps i gets better as it goes on, but I just couldn't stomach watching it. To each, their own!
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Posted 03 September 2009 - 04:25 PM

I would say Idiocracy is a bit of a build. The first part with Luke Wilson in present time is pretty boring, although I like the part with the army guy hanging with the pimp, and then setting up that the future is moronic is a little slow, but as soon as the president shows up things take off because I think the President is great.

So I'll say it could go either way, if you hated the first 20 minutes you might still hate the movie in general but it might be that you like the rest as well, the first part of the movie is a little different than the rest.

It's ok if you hate a movie I like, we all have our own tastes, even King of Kong: A Fistful of Quarters and Princess Bride aren't beloved by all.
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Posted 03 September 2009 - 04:57 PM

I would say Idiocracy is a bit of a build. The first part with Luke Wilson in present time is pretty boring, although I like the part with the army guy hanging with the pimp, and then setting up that the future is moronic is a little slow, but as soon as the president shows up things take off because I think the President is great.

So I'll say it could go either way, if you hated the first 20 minutes you might still hate the movie in general but it might be that you like the rest as well, the first part of the movie is a little different than the rest.

It's ok if you hate a movie I like, we all have our own tastes, even King of Kong: A Fistful of Quarters and Princess Bride aren't beloved by all.

Fair enough...next time it's on HBO, I'll give it a fairer shot.

Also, if somebody doesn't love King of Kong, they can't be my friend. Simple as that! Love that flick! :D
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Posted 03 September 2009 - 04:58 PM

Also, if somebody doesn't love King of Kong, they can't be my friend. Simple as that! Love that flick! :D


Me too, it was disappointing when I wiki'ed the movie and read the twin galaxies website to see some discrepancies some feel the movie has.
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Posted 07 September 2009 - 04:34 PM

http://www.trailerad...ed-band-trailer

Looks like they finally made a Boondock Saints sequel. Part of me is pumped about this. Park of me is worried that it might suck and they woulda been better off leaving it as just the one movie. Yet another part of me is wondering what the hell happened to Sean Patrick Flanery's face!? Is it bad plastic surgery or aging poorly or a guy in a low-quality Sean Patrick Flanery mask?

Anyway, it looks like they were able to get pretty much everybody back, even the fairly minor characters, except for Willem Dafoe. You can even see Rocco for a brief moment in the trailer.
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Posted 07 September 2009 - 06:11 PM

Oh yeah ... almost forgot to mention that I saw Extract the other day. It was pretty funny. It's no Office Space, but what is?
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Posted 07 September 2009 - 11:19 PM

http://www.trailerad...ed-band-trailer

Looks like they finally made a Boondock Saints sequel. Part of me is pumped about this. Park of me is worried that it might suck and they woulda been better off leaving it as just the one movie. Yet another part of me is wondering what the hell happened to Sean Patrick Flanery's face!? Is it bad plastic surgery or aging poorly or a guy in a low-quality Sean Patrick Flanery mask?

Anyway, it looks like they were able to get pretty much everybody back, even the fairly minor characters, except for Willem Dafoe. You can even see Rocco for a brief moment in the trailer.

Well, that makes my evening!

I'm just going to go on record and say that I love the orginal Boondock Saints, despite the fact it's a so-so movie. Forgetting the hammy acting (especially by Willem Dafoe), cheesy screenplay and borderline cringe moments, the original defines the word cult classic. All of it's obvious flaws aside, it has a weird charm to it that's irresitable. I don't know, maybe just knowing the hell it took to even get made makes me really love it...it's the little indie action that could...and did!

From the looks of the trailer, it seems like it just sticks to the formula of the orginal, which is a good thing. I agree that revivals like this can go bad quickly, but I will certainly be seeing this one in the theaters.

Oh, and Flanery really looks like age got the best of him....yikes...
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Posted 08 September 2009 - 03:25 PM

Boondock Saints has to be one of the most overrated movies ever. I agree with Bulletproof on the movies' flaws, but unfortunately I could not see its charm. It is beyond me why so many people seem to like it. No offense to those people of course.

By the way, this is the only movie thread now? No use posting in the other one right. Not that I had the time to watch movies lately, let alone comment about them...
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Posted 08 September 2009 - 04:25 PM

I think it's the characters that drive the love-despite-its-flaws that Boondock Saints fans have. Rocco and the Tourette's-suffering old guy who who owns the bar provide the goofy, funny, lovable moments. The brothers, well, they're brothers, and despire any acting shortcomings Flanery and Reedus may have, their bond is believable. But for me, Dafoe is the key. His inner conflict while dealing with trying to catch the McManus brothers while also admiring what they're doing and his self-loathing attitude towards homosexuals bring a depth of character that no one else in the film really has. Plus, his interactions with the Boston detectives brings some more comedic value.

The characters bring heart to the film while also helping it stay light-hearted. A lot of the movie is over the top ... the acting, the cinematography, turning Rocco into Jesus ... but if the characters weren't good enough to allow the viewer to emotionally invest in them, none of it would work.

That's my take, anyway.
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Posted 09 September 2009 - 09:11 AM

I think it's the characters that drive the love-despite-its-flaws that Boondock Saints fans have. Rocco and the Tourette's-suffering old guy who who owns the bar provide the goofy, funny, lovable moments. The brothers, well, they're brothers, and despire any acting shortcomings Flanery and Reedus may have, their bond is believable. But for me, Dafoe is the key. His inner conflict while dealing with trying to catch the McManus brothers while also admiring what they're doing and his self-loathing attitude towards homosexuals bring a depth of character that no one else in the film really has. Plus, his interactions with the Boston detectives brings some more comedic value.

The characters bring heart to the film while also helping it stay light-hearted. A lot of the movie is over the top ... the acting, the cinematography, turning Rocco into Jesus ... but if the characters weren't good enough to allow the viewer to emotionally invest in them, none of it would work.

That's my take, anyway.

Very well said, DiG.

When it comes to the brothers, I totally agree. Flanery and Reedus have a great bond which, for me, is what pulls the movie up from so-so status. When watching it, I find myself really rooting for them, which is a feat all in itself. The brothers are the best part of the movie...the characters are well acted and they have great chemistry.

As for Willem Dafoe, I have to repectfully disagree. While there was nothing "wrong" with his performance, the director really needed to reign him in. To me, Dafoe really got caught up in the energy of that character and ended up over-acting, which can happen if you give a great actor free reign like that (much like Daniel Day Lewis in There Will Be Blood). The result is a character that has real depth and substance that gets overshadowed by the over the top performance. For the Dafoe character, which for me is essential as he really spells out the jist of the film, I would have liked to see a more focused portrayal. There's enough over the top stuff going on where Dafoe didn't need to hit the heights he did.


But, yeah, I still love that damn movie! Very interested to see how the sequel will hold up to the original.
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Posted 09 September 2009 - 02:10 PM

I kinda liked the over-the-top performance, but I guess that's one of those "To each their own" kinda things. Every time he put his headphones on, I knew I was in for some downright cringe-worthy, unnecessary theatrics. But I still get chills every time I see the "THERE WAS A FIREFIGHT!" part, as over-the-top as that entire scene may be.
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Posted 10 September 2009 - 05:06 PM

Opening This Week - Nationwide

Tyler Perry’s I Can Do Bad All By Myself – Tyler Perry is one of those guys who’s success is uncanny and unexplainable to most “film people” but you have to hand it to guy. He went from being homeless without a GED to becoming one of the top paid producers in all of Hollywood simply by tapping a market and a demographic that’s largely been ignored by mainstream Hollywood. While you have to respect that, it doesn’t mean the films are any bloody good either. Perry’s newest effort doesn’t seem to raise the bar much but there aren’t enough reviews, as of right now, to really make a fair judgment. Suffice to say, if you’re a fan of the Perry films, it doesn’t matter what I have to say anyway…you’ll be seeing this movie this weekend.

Sorority Row – Forever known to me as the miserable movie who’s trailer showed before the brilliant District 9, Sorority Row finally makes it’s way to the big screen, promising scantily clad women, blood splatter and…Carrie Fisher? A remake of the equally awful 1983 slasher flick, House on Sorority Row, SR just doesn’t seem to be any good at all. Let’s just say when the trailer has plot holes in it, you’re in serious trouble. If you need campy blood and guts, I’m sure Final Destination is still playing in a theater near you. If you need sore core pron, there’s always Cinemax.

9 – Elijah Wood voices the lead character in this “cartoon for adults” about a young man, named 9, who wakes up alone in a post apocalyptic world inhabited by machines. 9 finds other like him and together they try to combat said machines. The trailers look like an animated Terminator with excellent voice talent but reviews are saying it’s visually striking but lacking punch in the story department. Fans of animated films may enjoy this as a piece of art more than a cohesive story but everyone else should wait for it to hit DVD.

Whiteout – Man, this is a bleak month for movies. Kate Beckinsale stars as a US Marshall who’s assignment in Antarctica is just about to run out when a body is found, 3 days before the winter sets in. Evidently, this artic output has pretty crappy heaters as all sorts of wintery destruction occurs with Kate trapped there to wait out the winter. Damn, I just bored myself writing this…skip!

Opening This Week – Limited Release

Crude – Directed by Joe Berlinger (Brother’s Keeper, Paradise Lost, Metallica: Some Kind Of Monster), Crude is an in depth look into the infamous “Amazon Chernobyl” case, a class action lawsuit by 30,000 Ecuadorians against the oil industry that supposedly ruined their homeland. Reviews are sparkling for this film, with many critics claiming it’s the best documentary of the year, so far. Fairly balanced, Crude might get a few Oscar looks in the documentary category this season, so check it out before it blows up.

Walt & El Grupo – Another documentary centering around Walt Disney’s 1941 goodwill tour of South America in an attempt to get story material and bond with fellow artists. Not much information out there right now on this film, but may be worth a look if the subject matter interests you.

Beyond A Reasonable Doubt – Way to convoluted for a three line synopsis, this film stars Michael Douglas as a lawyer who has aspirations to become the next governor and Jesse Metcaffe as the journalist who’s intent on exposing Douglas for tampering with evidence to pad his arrests. Reviews are miserable for it, despite it’s interesting premise, so you may want to steer clear.

White on Rice – Billed as a Japanese-American comic treat, White On Rice is the story of a 40 year old divorce looking to work through his new life in America. Not much info on this one either, but the few reviews I’ve read say this one is a pleasant surprise. Netflix if you’re interested.

The Red Canvas – Bloody looking piece of film about a convict who, while participating in MMA style fighting in jail, sends his winnings to his love “on the outside”. Evidently, he’s so good at beating other people’s faces in, his warden, who runs the jail MMA circuit, sponsors him to fight in a real MMA tournament called…wait for it…Red Carpet. Fans of MMA might enjoy it but I honestly can’t find a scrap of info on this film, so you’re on your own with this one!

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