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  1. That actually looked somewhat visually engaging? Was not expecting that from a Vin Diesel movie.
  2. Judging by the sheer stupidity and amount of physical lawbreaking in Hobbs and Shaw this would not surprise me.
  3. They shot this in fucking June? Clint's run and gun shooting with one take per scene and speed editing is something else. He's 89 years old.
  4. Rating a movie 3/5 and giving it a negative review makes no sense. This ruins the rating system. That should be a positive one.
  5. Godzilla 2014 did $7,672,038 on Monday after a $93,188,384 OW. Godzilla 2014 ended its run with $200,676,069. Are we looking at something similar here?
  6. It's a movie worth a watch, especially if you liked the first one. Casting is terrific and all the actors do a good job, there's some surprising comedy that's done pretty well. Bill Hader and James Ransone are very good. The production is again - strong, it's a nice looking film just like the first one, there's plenty of violence and there's some really nicely staged scenes, nicely shot, well acted and gets you invested. The theme of friendship is present throughout and is probably the most consistent part, because there's plenty of rifts here - especially since the movie is 169 minutes, there's going to be ups and downs and there is, unfortunately. The movie also does some real ludicrous shit, which I suppose is fitting since the source material is even crazier. Could be a hard sell for a casual viewer, though. The downfalls are probably its runtime and lack of real emotion, there's plenty of drama and it's competent but it just lacks a bit of a punch. The runtime leads to segments of great viewing and segments of not so much. The scares are pretty lacking, can't say there was any real earned scares or creepiness. I was never tense or scared, maybe once, but that's it. It's more of a casual thriller but with some unusually brutal kills and scenes. That's about it. Shouldn't be a hard watch for anyone who isn't a fan of horror. These are just my initial thoughts, saw it 40 minutes ago. If you're asking for a rating, I'd probably give it a 5 or 6 out of 10. I gave the first one a 7/10.
  7. Standing and clapping at a screen for 8 minutes is pretty psychotic.
  8. This motherfucker must've had a fucking dictionary next to him as he spent thirty minutes writing this, then he gave himself a handjob and shot his load over the word articulate in the dictionary.
  9. Get fucking adblocker you troglodytes. How can they live with themselves without adblocker? It literally takes 30 seconds to add.
  10. I liked how a biology scientist and also a mother of two (later one) turned ECO-terrorist (yes, that is correct) with the funding to pay for an entire private militia decided that genocide of the human race was the 'go to plan' to save the planet from its impending doom and simultaneously redeem herself for letting her son die - and by going through with all of this insanity - she brings her other child, a 13 year old daughter, into the blitzkrieg of terrorism and world ending titanic mayhem. This was some genius level intellect. "We have to save the world, so we're going to unleash unknown pre historic alpha dinosaurs that feed on radiation, monsters that are literal walking nuclear reactors - and our knowledge about these creatures is based on cryptic cave paintings so it should be a good idea." There will also be an attempt from the military to try and blow up a space alien dinosaur, frozen in ice for centuries, with some kind of oxygen nuke (?) This will obviously not work out. And we will also just quickly pass over the fact that we acknowledged that Ghidorah is a literal alien from another world or something. Our characters will also be immune to any kind of radiation, radiation that is beyond that of Chernobyl and will fuel a 1000 feet reptile, radiation that would melt organs in minutes and cause immediate vomiting and diarrhea. They will also survive explosions, car crashes and building collapses (hiding in a bathtub will save you from ten tons of concrete). They will also posses the power, just like these Kaiju's, to teleport from Germany to fucking Boston in literal seconds.
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