Saw Knight and Day. I thought it was a good summer popcorn flick. The biggest negative being that it relies too much on the over-the-top action (and special effects filed)action scenes. I think the chemistry between Cruise and Diaz is the biggest positive of the movie. They really play off each other well. Incidentally, I never got the backlash against Cruise. Is he a fake? Sure, but who in Hollywood isn't? His problem was that his carefully maintained public persona exploded on him the moment he jumped on Oprah's couch and sat down for a chat with Matt Lauer. Meh. There are worse things that Hollywood stars do. Anyway, 7 out of 10 from me for Knight and Day.
Last edited by Fusion; 26-06-2010 at 05:38 PM.
Pratters, I think you need to do a bit more research.
According to imdb, T2=8.5/10 and T3=6.6/10
Please change your ratings as the evidence is beyond a doubt.
Haha, T2 is so so much better it is untrue. Pretty timeless, the special effects still looked great well after the turn of the century, which is pretty damn impressive considering when it was made. Pretty much the best pure action movie I've ever seen I'd say. T3 is plain awful.
Better than the new on though, that was just an embarrassment for all concerned especially Mr Bale.
And I agree with Liam when he said one should never write off a film before watching it. I just can't choose all the films to watch as there are so many films, so I choose like I have explained before. But I would never say 'this movie has a bad rating, so it must be bad'.
Regarding rating things out of ten, many movie fans do it, some movie fans like to rate films while others would rather not. The ratings may be stars, alphabetical or numberical or just about any thing. I am not the only one in the world who rates movies out of ten. It is one of the more popular methods of rating movies.
Sledger's takes on my movie watching are vastly boring and without any logic.
Last edited by Pratters; 27-06-2010 at 05:14 AM.
LOL Pratters, you earned yourself that reputation, dumbass
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