"The face of the operation is Briatore (referred to exclusively in the film by his colleagues and angry, chanting detractors as "Flavio"), an anthropomorphic radish who spends most of his time at QPR plotting to fire all of the managers."
OT- Mgo movie advice: The Raid Redemption
It's probably the best violence I've seen on film since Man on Fire (which is currently on HBOGO if you want to re-watch it.) Hopefully, this will help some of you with your movie selections in the coming weeks. EDIT- The Scott Glenn version of Man on Fire is on HBOGO, the Denzel version which is much more intense and violent is not. /Sad panda
I recently watched Humboldt County and Brothers Bloom. Both of which had good, but somewhat mixed reviews. I really liked both.
I'll have to see about checking out Raid Redemption, although I don't usually go for the heavy action flicks.
Prior to baseball and the spring game.
This movie is a visual onslaught of violence so if that is not your thing, it is probably not the best selection.
Last night my roommate showed me the trailer and instantly I could not wait to see it. Looks like my type of movie!
I am usually not a huge action movie guy, unless it's completely mindless and I can mock it (ie Steven Seagal movies), but from the trailer it looks pretty good.
The trailer for this movie gets me very excited, as does the music. Mike Shinoda, a member of Linkin Park, did the soundtrack/film score, and i love his style of music. Sad thing is that the movie only had a limited release this past weekend. Hopefully it opens up to a larger audience and I can see it here in Ann Arbor.
EDIT: Apologies for not embedding, but this is an example of the type of music I hope the movie has, and will have, based on what I've read.
I felt the music was more of an after thought to the movie and only was noticeable a couple times.
That was awesome.
I watched the Muppet movie this past weekend, greatest two hours of my life.
My wife dragged me to see Hunger Games this past weekend. I was quite amazed at how there didn't seem to be a single original idea in the entire film. It was like a mash-up of Running Man, reality TV, Romeo & Juliet, some Margaret Atwood, Harry Potter, and Disney's Mulan. Mildly entertaining though.
Then you should see Hobo with a Shotgun
that is all.