Jules, if you give that fuckin' nimrod 4 stars, I'm gonna unfollow him on general principles.
This is a bad bad movie. It tries to be slick and occasionally go WAY over the top as a parody of itself, but it's still lame and only worth small chuckles.
Spoiler; Don't read this if you are going to subject yourself to this movie, because I'm about to ruin the best part.....but if you don't plan on seeing it, you must read on and eventually watch the scene.......
The Rock flexes and busts out of a cast
Mickey Rooney is almost as offensive as Audrey Hepburn is charming.
Off Topic thoughts ahead
1) Was ex-gf's favorite movie. Watched about half with current gf and she didn't want to resume
2) Mickey Rooney said in 2008 that he never heard any complaints in the last 40 years, and that people all over the world told him how funny and great he was. Controversy aside, his role was shit, not in the least bit necessary to the story, and…
Let's be real, this is more a work of art than anything some old French or Italian dude painted a bunch of years ago. You don't have to watch any other movie to know that this is the best Sci-Fi movie ever made. One of the best movies, period. Amazing shot after amazing shot, through the entire film. It only takes you about five minutes into the movie to realize you are watching something truly amazing, and Kubrick doesn't disappoint.…
This is a very powerful movie, led by a strong lead performance by Peter Mullan. He stars as Joseph, a rageful and violent man who is starting to see his own flaws but can't seem to change. He meets a woman, Hannah, and the movie documents a transitioning time in both their lives.
I kind of put off watching this; these intense emotionally painful movies are not what I'm usually in the mood to watch, but this wasn't as hard…