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Title: THIS IS MY TOPIC FOR WHATEVER MOVIE I WATCH
Post by: TBizzle on 26 July, 2013, 08:55:44 pm
DID I ALREADY MAKE A TOPIC LIKE THIS? WHO CARES

HEY, WANNA SEE ME TRY TO DO A REAL REVIEW?
http://letterboxd.com/tbizzle/film/my-dinner-with-andre/ (http://letterboxd.com/tbizzle/film/my-dinner-with-andre/)

ALSO, WATCHED CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF MEATBALLS. WAS GOOD.

I WONDER IF I'M ACTUALLY GONNA KEEP UP WITH THIS.


Title: Re: THIS IS MY TOPIC FOR WHATEVER MOVIE I WATCH
Post by: Ƨɒlƚy on 26 July, 2013, 10:32:23 pm
I READ MORE BIZZLE TOPIC

WAS GOOD


Title: Re: THIS IS MY TOPIC FOR WHATEVER MOVIE I WATCH
Post by: Marie Rose on 27 July, 2013, 02:48:12 pm
THIS DOES FEEL LIKE THE KIND OF TOPIC YOU PROBABLY HAVE MADE IN THE PAST


Title: Re: THIS IS MY TOPIC FOR WHATEVER MOVIE I WATCH
Post by: TBizzle on 13 March, 2016, 08:47:48 pm
I have now seen all 9 movies in the Nightmare on Elm Street Franchise. Although 1, 3, and 7 are the only ones I can say are legitimately good, they're all pretty entertaining. Before 7, they pretty much become more and more like Looney Tunes, with Freddy as Bugs Bunny, which most fans resent but I find amazing and it's why I love Freddy.


Title: Re: THIS IS MY TOPIC FOR WHATEVER MOVIE I WATCH
Post by: ganonfloyd on 13 March, 2016, 09:01:55 pm
I'd agree (I still need to see the shitty reboot but lol.) Having Craven, Langenkamp and Saxon involved with the three best ones probably helps.


Title: Re: THIS IS MY TOPIC FOR WHATEVER MOVIE I WATCH
Post by: TBizzle on 13 March, 2016, 09:16:32 pm
I'd say the reboot is worth watching if you're an Elm Street fan. It's a shame Englund is gone, but the new portrayal is an interesting departure if not a truly satisfying replacement. Freddy looks like an actual burn victim now and he's more menacing. The movie reuses a lot of scenes from the original and lines from throughout the series, which are fun easter eggs, although the redone scenes are much less effective thanks to bland filmmaking/inadequate CG. But there are some fun twists and the different approach in tone (much bleaker overall) makes it worthwhile, and for me its impossible not to be entertained by an Elm Street movie thanks to its central conceit and my fanboyism.