So went to the premier of the hobbit last night. Much much better than the previous one, definitely worth seeing. There were some ridiculous action, but it never came of as cheesy.
Ugh looks so trite, how disappointing.
Were some good trailers when I saw The Hobbit today though. Wolf of Wall Street and American Hustle look promising, have heard a lot of crazy weird stuff about the former.
Just saw Don Jon. It is literature on celluloid. The last time I felt this way was after watching In Bruges.
Hmm, Americans seem to actually go to the cinema on Xmas Day according to my BoxOffime mojo twittery thingy, In this Country pretty much everything drives (or doesn't to an halt) What about around the World?
Do I contradict myself?
Very well then I contradict myself,
(I am large, I contain multitudes.
Going to watch The Wolf Of Wall Street today.
Di Caprio & Scorsese.Nothing can go wrong here.
Watched A Good Day to Die Hard tonight.
Didn't have high expectations in the first place of course, but thought it would at least be on a par with Die Hard 4.0 in terms of amusement. Alas, it was not to be.
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Went to the cinema to watch Wolf Of Wall Street...
but my wife dragged me to The Secret Life Of Walter Mitty,and it was very enjoyable.Classic feel good movie.
Drama,Comedy,Adventure..all rolled into one.I've always enjoyed Ben Stiller's talent for comedy.Doesn't go over the top,and is always very effective.Although i think it's one of those movies that will lose their essence when watched at home.
Star Trek: Into the Darkness.
A really terrible film. Absolute grot.
TBF pretty much every trailer does that nowadays.
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