Can we just appreciate how this film stars the two greatest dads in tv history, Corey's dad from Boy Meets World and Shawn's dad from Psych?
Can we also appreciate how Shawn's dad had such glorious hair in the 80's?
By the way if you've never seen Psych, you must be out your damn mind!
If you haven't even heard of it, go watch it. Right now. You will that me later.
It's like a modernized American Sherlock Holmes that doesn't try to imitate Sherlock Holmes.
If you have heard of it and enjoy it, congratulations! Welcome to the party!
I thought I wanted to see RDJ and Val Kilmer as have a reunion of some sort in Iron Man 3, but the more I think of it, Val Kilmer doesn't even look like Val Kilmer anymore these days and it would be depressing to see. He's like a toad whose face is collapsing in on itself. Let's just remember the good times we had with normal looking Kilmer and remember this film as the last time Kilmer looked like the Kilmer we all loved.
Alright everybody, fine.
Fine, dammit fine.
Casino Royale is the best Bond film ever.
Casino Royale is better than Skyfall.
Now please, stop trying to make me change my mind by saying nasty things about Skyfall....
....Skyfall still has the best Bond song and Bond villain so SCREW YOU GUYS...
I'm going home...
Maybe this wasn't the best choice to watch when I'm sick...
Yep, I'm sick and I've learned that watching smart complex films that make you think is not the best thing to watch when you're sick. This is one of those films. Watching complex films like this while you're sick just give you a headache.
Somehow, whatever the fuck was going on, I still loved it. Might love it more when I'm sober (well sober, not drunk sober).
"Look at these morose motherfuckers right here..."
God damn, I love this fucking movie.
I know I may be alone on that statement but let me explain...
For one thing, it crosses over all of the characters from Kevin Smith's Jersey Trilogy so it's awesome to see all of my favorites like Banky, Brodie, Dante (he's not even supposed to be here today) and Hooper X all in one place. You've got to see all Smith's New Jersey films to…
Damn Adam Sandler...
Come here, you need a hug.
I knew from seeing Funny People and (especially) Punch Drunk Love that despite being an annoying comedic actor Sandler was a great dramatic actor but...my God...
He's literally incredible here. I can guarantee the guy will bring you to tears here. HIs performance is everything from heartbreaking to heartwrenching to sympathetic to...dare I say...perfect. I can't imagine anyone else in the role. He is just...incredible.
I don't know if I should…
This completely caught me off guard! I've never seen a Whit Stiltman film before but now I'm really intrigued to see more from him. This pretty much satirizes arrogant, pretentious people without making the film itself pretentious unlike such films like this do (cough...Squid and the Whale...cough). In fact, despite putting them in a poor light, he manages to make you sympathise with them, even like some. This was flat out hilarious from beginning to end. I love black comedy…
"Men don't give a fuck about kissing. We used to like kissing in our early teens, then someone sucked our dicks. Now it's all 'Why am I kissing this person? Why am I riding the swings when I've been to Disneyland?'"
This guy is brilliant.
The only way you don't like the guy is if you're easily offended at the word cunt, you're easily offended at Australians, or easily offended.
If you're like me and none of the above apply, there is no reason why you wouldn't love him.
No matter how many flaws this film may have, this still manages to be my favorite Bond film. Some may argue that it's not the best and they may be right, but it is my favorite.
Favorite Bond Cast.
Favorite Bond Villain.
Favorite Bond Theme.
Favorite Bond Cinematography.
Favorite Bond Film.
*by the way, speaking of flaws, concerning the ones about Silva's plans being too random to be in his control, I like to believe he made it up as he went along. You know he had a plan, but when something went awry, he had a new one up his sleeve.