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Taken 2 was all right. They tried way too hard to set it up for a third movie though, and I hate it when movies are written just to allow more sequels. Still, Liam can get it at his age.

I keep having strange dreams (and I'm going to blame it on the cold meds) but they're all ideas that would make good books, so I've been jotting them down to write later. Missed my window on this, which sucks, but there will be other shots. I don't think they would have picked mine anyway--it's nowhere in the same league as the other authors they publish, and still needs a lot of work before it's a book people would want to read.

In other news They confirmed they're using the Dark Elves in Thor: The Dark World, so I can't fucking wait for that. It was already pretty obvious they were, but I wasn't going to celebrate until I heard for sure. I must be the only Loki fangirl who is looking forward to him getting the crap kicked out of him. Of course, I'm one of the only Loki fangirls who doesn't just want to fuck his brains out but knows he's a batshit insane villain, so...
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Holy shit, just got done watching The Ward and wow. I won't spoil, but it's one of few movies I didn't guess the end of until the end, and I loved it, even with all of its cliche horror film moments. Plus, Amber Heard, Lyndsy Fonseca, and Danielle Panabaker all in one movie. Makes me want to dig up a few of my insane characters and find an asylum game.
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I loved the new Total Recall. In fact, I've seen it twice now. I think it was both truer to the original short story it was based on and not a cheaply puppeted waste of time like the original.

Also I don't understand how anyone can complain about a movie that has Kate Beckinsale kicking Collin Farrell's ass in tight pants. I mean, those two people are fucking beautiful, and to see them fight? Me gusta.
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Oh lj how I've neglected you. Here, have a few superquick movie reviews:

The Avengers: see it before you die no matter the cost. Whedon writing Marvel is inspired.

Prometheus: fucking amazing and an awesome concept for the origin of the aliens. Fassy makes a scary robot.

Snow White and the Huntsman: I love everything about this movie. Some people complained it was too slow, but I loved it for that even, and the score is amazing.

MIB3: Loved it. Epic time travel story of win.

Chernobyl Diaries: lmao stupid as hell but hilarious to make fun of.

roguedemonhunte: ([Misfits] RUDY)
So I thought Sunday that my stupid cold was giving me a fever (and I'm talking waking up shaking in a cold sweat fever, not my head's a little warm fever) but it turned out I had the flu. Spent most of Sunday night/Monday morning praying to the porcelain god, finally got to sleep for longer than ten minutes at a time when it slowed down around 3:30am. At this point my ribcage and throat felt like open wounds, and I took some drowsy cold meds to help me sleep, hoping the puking was over. Thankfully it was, but I started feeling nauseated again last night so I went to bed around 7pm. Slept until midnight when I woke up and couldn't go back to sleep, and I've been watching Rome ever since.

This show, I just...I have so many feels already.

That said, my ribcage still feels like a giant bruise (it was violent throwing up, not the simply gagging nonsense) so I've been trying not to laugh or cough, but the frakking cold is still there despite the flu being gone. Idk how I managed to get everything all at once, I guess the Fates just hate me.

In other news Lockout was brilliant (and will probably be a very underrated movie given the poor advertising for it), and I loved the perfection that was Cabin In The Woods
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Talked my coworker into watching Dead Bodies since it's on netflix and the first thing he said about Andrew (after only a couple of scenes mind you) was 'fuck, he looks like he could be a Supernatural demon or a psycho in real life.'  And then we watched Flatliners (which is one of my favorite movies) and marveled at how very John Constantine Kiefer is in it.
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If you're not a stan for one of the actors or Ghost Rider itself I would recommend waiting for the DVD. That said, there were things I loved about it.

on Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance (spoilers behind the cut) )

Honestly, I think with this one they weren't taking themselves too seriously (it had the same weekend project for fun feel that Jonah Hex did, like a bunch of actors just messing around.) idgaf I loved it, even if there were moments where I was embarrassed for the movie makers.
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on Sea Wall and it's realism (spoilers behind the cut) )

In other news, waking up three hours before I have to go to work just because I crashed early with a migraine is uncool. It's just a run to one of the hospitals in Tucson, however, so I won't be gone all day hopefully. Using the drive up and back to plot/ponder things about my book so that I can get back on writing it again. I've fallen into horrible habits now that I'm catching up on rp of ignoring my own novels, so I may start setting aside an hour each night where I take a break from rp.

We'll see how well that works out I guess.

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Ugh had to buy a new phone this morning though because my battery wasn't holding a charge so I am now brok sooner than I was expecting. I told my mom if she wants me to keep taking her places she needs to start paying for gas, which I hate doing, but I can't afford it otherwise.
roguedemonhunte: ([Misfits] RUDY)

it's the year of fairytales apparently, and i have no complaints.
roguedemonhunte: ([Third Watch] Bosco <3)
Saw Skyline today. It was okay, but not the best movie in the world. Granted you can only make a movie like Independence Day once in a lifetime so I wasn't expecting much. The special effects were cool though. It reminded me a lot of Cloverfield. I need to not have Eric Balfour and Scottie Thompson (she could be Olivia Wilde's sister) muses though!

My first two seasons of Third Watch came today too--so I need to figure out how to make screencaps since no one makes them anymore!

Ugh, slept until almost noon and my headache STILL didn't go away--the flashing lights from Skyline didn't help of course. Going to lay down again and see if it helps.
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Seriously though, it was good.
roguedemonhunte: ([Movie] Percy Jackson)

First let me say this--I don't care that he was under 18 when they filmed it, I would have done him then just like I would now.


They definitely made it a kids movie, but idgaf I fucking love it. Also, potential for OC characters much?
roguedemonhunte: ([Movie] Daybreakers)
So, Daybreakers was awesome. The ending was fucking amazing. No one let me make a game.
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Ultraviolet. I sat through it because I paid for that shit.
roguedemonhunte: ([Actor] Goode - Leap Year)

I'll acknowledge right now that yes, it was predictable, and yes it was a romantic comedy with a lot of clich├ęs, but Amy and Matthew made it so much more.

All you anti-Leap Year feminists can line up and suck my nonexistent dick. I don't give a fuck. )

So yes, I liked it. People who didn't can gtfo--romantic comedies are supposed to be stupid!
roguedemonhunte: ([Actor] RDJ: Dead In Places)
Sherlock Holmes was pretty damn cool!

New Moon

Nov. 23rd, 2009 02:36 pm
roguedemonhunte: ([movie] New Moon)
I liked it. Especially the Volturi. They're everything I imagine Matt to be, only much girlier than Matt.
roguedemonhunte: (AHHHHHHHHHH!)
Where The Wild Things Are = just another example of how over analyzing something, turning it into some deep psychologically thought out thing when it's really quite simple, ruins it.
roguedemonhunte: ([Actor] Jamie Bell)
Cloudy With A Chance of Meatballs was hilarious, and looking at the cast list now I can see why.