This was the first MST3k I ever watched all the way through, and it still holds up as my favorite today. The Lupita and rich kid parts make me snort-laugh, which is sort of embarrassing.
"That's not a doll, that's a sister!"
I would have probably liked The Hunger Games: Catching Fire more if I had seen the first and therefore wasn't confused as shit through most of it. And maybe if I wasn't so distracted by the couple beside me who were clearly engaging in very obvious foreplay (probably not the movie's fault).
I like Jennifer Lawrence, she seems like a pretty sweet person, but there's just something about her acting that sort of irks me. I have yet to really enjoy her in a movie. Also, I am kind of attracted to a drunk, long-haired Woody Harrelson, which worries me.
Oh my GOD, did I love this movie. BUT OH MY GOD DID I ALSO HATE IT.
I don't think I will ever get over James Franco's character. Ever. For as long as I live. Even on my deathbed, I'll still be thinking about him sucking off that silencer. Someone please put "Bikinis and big booties, that's what life is about!" on my tombstone.
I'm giving The Conjuring 4 stars, although I don't know if I'm REALLY giving The Conjuring 4 stars.
Overall, I enjoyed the movie. I love, love, love a good atmosphere, and The Conjuring had it. I was hooked pretty early to the surroundings and the mood, everything was just so eerie and believable (what year are we in?!). The acting was great; Vera Farmiga and Lili Taylor were both exceptional. Plus Patrick Wilson in horror movies is nothing but a…