We're spoiled now, but this was truly the first of its kind. I believe it's one of the most watched movies of my adulthood. I saw it twice in theaters, once on blu-Ray, once on DVD with commentary from Joss Whedon, once on Netflix because it was there, and however many times on television, plus today. I admit I don't have the emotional reaction to it now than I did then, but it's still unbelievably great. Bringing iconic personalities together…
- "I'm afraid I'm a complicated woman"
- "That is something to be afraid of"
God I love the dynamic between Eva Green and Daniel Craig.
I cheated and skipped the last two Brosnan films because I care about my personal well being. I sat through almost half of The World is Not Enough and decided I was making terrible life decisions.
What is there to say about Casino Royale that others haven't already said and could say better than…
Gets better and better.
A clever celebration of two of the most iconic slasher franchises.
Meshes the worlds of Friday the 13th and Nightmare on Elm Street in a way I'd never expect to see. You actually get teenagers who are tolerable to watch and carry weight to Jason and Freddy's story and eventual showdown. Fast paced, bloody, fun, some really effective scary scenes, stylistic direction, and a showdown so damn good you'll gladly throw logic out the…
- " Don't you just love Prince? "
- " More than life itself "
These are my kind of white people!
As great as a lot of the movie is, it decides to wrap itself all up in the most convenient and expected way possible. Ugh. Still such an adorable movie.
There's so much feet I start to think Quentin Tarantino knows this movie very well.
Totally not weird to dream some day a fairy tale romance blossoms between myself and a hooker, right?