A couple of weekends ago I saw Dragon Ball: Evolution...pretty much what you'd expect of a live-action DB movie. Piccolo and Roshi were pretty awesome, though. And I'd also like to mention that while we were waiting to go in the theatre, I looked around and out of about 25-30 people that were there, I was the ONLY girl. And, yeah, I was there with my boyfriend and his little brother, but still...I felt kind of awkward. 2/5
I also saw A Haunting in Connecticut that same weekend. It was okay. Not very scary, kind of a let-down ending, and pretty predictable. I'd say it's worth renting; not much else, though. 3/5
Agreed. They showed all the scary parts in the trailer, so you kind of knew when to expect them and that sort of ruined it for me. I'm not really a good judge on what's scary, though, as I'm so jaded and have such a love for gory and scary movies. I went with my boyfriend, his younger brother and sister, and another friend and his girlfriend; the two girls we were with had their faces buried in their sweatshirts the entire time...I was actually kind of bored. I'm not sure what that says about me. :S
Oh god I love this series. I just need to see V now, but I absolutely adore them ALL!!!! The first two were definitely the best, but I just love the whole idea. They aren't just one of those movies with gore for the point of gore. It actually (in a completely twisted way), teaches a great message. Cherish your life.
And right before that... I saw Duplicity....
Oh. My. God. That movie... made me want to kill innocent things (not really), but it was SOOOO BAD!!!!
I mean... I had already had a pretty long day... but seriously, I fell asleep. Twice. In the theatre. That has never happened, ever.
I've wanted to watch it ever since I found out that it is not sold in the US (it's supposedly racist.) I found that to be crap because Disney World, Florida even has a ride dedicated to the movie. So my sister went to great lengths to purchase me a copy. For the record, it's NOT racist, the movie is based off of a book called 'Uncle Remus' Tales' and the time period just happens to be when America still had plantations with slaves x.x;
I don't want to give away too many spoilers, but my favorite part was when the little boy got gored by a bull! My opinion of Disney went up when I saw it, I don't think any other movie company could have a G rated movie that had a little kid gored by a bull.