My wife and daughter loved it. I haven't seen it yet but I'm sure we'll get the DVD at some point. From all the previews I've seen, it looks like a nonstop barrage of self-referential gags and references to pop culture old and new. It looks like it would be funny for a while but it might grow old quick. All the wink-wink-get-it moments would eventually make my eye twitch. Funny how a lot of the "kid" movies these days (and I'll take the liberty of loosely classifying an animated superhero feature as a "kid movie", though that's debatable) are more geared towards the adults than the kids.Viewbob wrote:Just saw the Lego Batman movie with my little brother. It was a dissapointment.
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It's really sad for sure. He was one of a kind. Ever seen A Simple Plan?LadyLazarus wrote:Seriously gutted over the loss of Bill Paxton today. He was a gem who always seemed so humble, grounded, and funny in a way most of Hollywood isn't.
That's my favorite Herzog movie, it is so well doneMausterofDisguise wrote:Saw that with my pops. Enjoyed itAppTrans wrote:Manchester by the Sea was very good, Casey Affleck's understated performance was just amazing to watch
Moonlight was also very good! Loved it
Watched Teen Wolf over the weekend. Not the show but the original movie. Man, what a piece of shit that movie is. But still watchable.