Saturday, June 28, 2008

Wanted is...

_____________ (finish the sentence or somebody's going to get hurt)

18 comments:

Chris Na Taraja said...

has James MacAvoy in it, that's all I need to know.

Dominique L. said...

is brainless, entertaining and all about McAvoy.

di said...

getting my $9 next week the minute I have a chance to see it.
Hello Mr. McAvoy.

Kamila said...

a blockbuster that it is worth seeing it.

pikajew said...

all sorts of violent porny goodness.

Anonymous said...

is stylish videogame 'reality' where different laws of ?physics apply, but given all that, is very enjoyable and is grounded in our 'reality' by mcavoy's non-zombie performance.

Murnau said...

Really really FUN, with some pseudo-existentialist glaze, and the only interesting movie influenced by The Matrix so far.

JS said...

the best film to be labeled a "Summer Movie" this year.

Anonymous said...

"osama" - yoda

vinci said...

the final proof that, yes, indeed, angelina jolie is a major box office player in her own right. Wow, I said it. And I think Changeling (or whatever it's called) is going to result in an Oscar nom and damn me for taking her out of my top five. 2008 will be a watershed year for her.

Katherine said...

a 24 year old, straight male's fantasy, recreated for the screen.

Oh well, it's entertaining enough for a summer film.

Emma said...

Very very entertaining.

Ben said...

what's made me never want James McAvoy more.

Carl said...

a film that delivers as advertised (and that is not always a bad thing).

Matt Noller said...

alternately cool and fucking retarded/offensive.

WickedScorp said...

worth it just to see Morgan Freeman say $*%#$@#^*&!@.

NATHANIEL R said...

Matt -exactly. Hence my B/D/F grade. I need to think more on it... though I'm not sure it wants me to think ever on it. oy...

Rob said...

"the final proof that, yes, indeed, angelina jolie is a major box office player in her own right."

Considering Ms. Jolie has only been in three movies that could be considered any sort of "hits" and they all featured her as scantily-clad gun-firing action babes, I think that (unfortunately or not) it's quite obvious she's only a draw to the moviegoing public when she's cast in a very specific type of role/film, and far from a major box office player.

(yes, run-on sentence like woah.)