Kind of surprised this hasn't been made yet, seeing as how it's typically a popular thread on quite a few forums.
The last movie I watched was in the theatre - Machete. Pretty awesome overall .. plenty of blood and gore to satisfy the twisted half of the audience, and a well-rounded story to satisfy the other half. The movie seemed to have a lot of underlying messages on racism and what not, but it was executed in such a way that a lot of people didn't really notice them.
The last movie I watched was The Prince of Persia: Sands of Time. Since I'm a pretty big fan of the video game series (damn, the first 2D version of the game was one of my favorite classics in my childhood...*nostalgia*), I was interested how the ancient Persian environment, and actually, the whole game looks in a new, spectacular movie. The story is relatively different than the game's, but it's a pretty decent story for a video game adaption. Cool fight scenes, awesome effects, epic ending. The "time-twisting" gimmick is a very interesting touch, just like in the games. It wasn't something really special movie, but very very good for a video game adaption (these kind of movies are usually pretty bad).
The last one I watched was Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time. I liked the movie, alot actually. JUst that I was expecting The GAME because it used the same title, but still it used stuff from the games (In the beginning he uses PoP2 costume) Anyway, I liked the movie, and It's definatly something everyone that likes action should watch!
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Great action movie. There weren't any real filler-type scenes that detract from the fast-paced, action-packed feel, which was good. I also liked how well they pulled off the idea of having a good bunch of famous action movie stars in one movie, even though the idea sounded a bit off at first.
It's also been a while since I saw The Expendables, so you might have to wait until it comes out on DVD. But, I'd definitely recommend it to anyone who enjoys all-out action movies.
Avatar: Last Air Bender. It was hardly anything like the actual cartoon series which sucked, but I disagree with all the 1/10 star ratings. It's an alright movie. Of course they can't fit everything into it. >_>
Although an honorary mention goes to the movie I saw before Avatar, which was Tomorrow When The War Began. I don't know if this is released in America because it's an Australian film, but it's definitely my favourite movie of the year right now. That won't last long though because Saw 3D and Harry Potter are both coming soon ...
I watched Tropic Thunder about an hour ago. It was pretty damn awesome.
Before Tropic Thunder, I watched The Simpsons Movie. They were both on TV in a row so yeah.
Before that however, the last movie I watched was Shaun of the Dead. It was OK. Before that again, I watched Hot Fuzz. Hot Fuzz was better in my opinion, as good as Tropic Thunder, and kind of left me feeling the same way (a "that was hilariously random" kind of feeling).
The last movie I saw in cinemas however was Toy Story 3 a few months ago. Freaking epic.
I wish I could go see new movies more often.
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The last whole movie that I should have watched was Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince. This movie was still in its original packaging from when we got it at Christmas. I thought I'd watch it being as I had some free time. I don't regret it either as it was pretty good. Not Prisoner of Azkaban good, but still pretty good.
If it had to be a half movie it would be D3: The Mighty Ducks. I caught this one about half way in, and it was alright. I prefer the first and second ones but this one had some source of comedy to it.
The Other Guys.
Wasn't sure if it was going to be good or not at first.
I really liked it though.
I like all of the movies I've seen for some reason(even if it's rated like 3 percent out of 100), but this was one of the better ones.
Also guys, didn't Prince of Persia: Sands of Time come out in late May?
Unless you got the DVD and just watched it again...
AFAIK, the last movie I saw in the theatre was Inception, with my "not-girlfriend". I really don't see why people say it's so confusing and stuff: it was actually a pretty straightforward action movie most of the time. Leonardo DiCaprio was pretty awesome. The movie had one problem, that a lot of movies nowadays have:
Each character's name is only mentioned like once, and only in passing. It gets annoying to not know the names of the characters and only know them by their actors.
So yeah, I'm not really going to be posting for a while. Not that anyone cares.