All of his lines from the scene where he is getting hit by Le Chiffre.
Vesper Lynd: If the only thing left of you was your smile and your little finger, you'd still be more of a man than anyone I've ever met. James Bond: That's because you know what I can do with my little finger...
Men In Black 2 7/10 while it was funny it felt like it was more re-using the material from the first one, while funny on it's own it's a shadow of it's predecessor.
I've also seen Bad Boys 2 last night 9/10
Manages to smartly mix comedy during the action parts, the friction between Martin Lawrence and Will Smith throughout the whole movie was just plain joyful to watch.
Oliver 6/10 while i would have given it a 8/10 10 years ago, these days it just makes me cringe watching it, although some of the musicals were fun to re-listen to again, that's about it.
Me thinks so aswell
I was really excited over Casino Royale before watching it, after watching the movie i can easily say that its one of the best movies i have ever seen. Its not like with Pierce Brosnan where he can do a super-kicka** move and kill a guy in only 2 seconds. And he doesnt use those super-agent moves, the new bonds moves remind me of Sean Connery 007 which is a very good thing. Daniel Craig (thats his name right?) is my third favourite of all the bonds (1-Sean Connery / 2-Roger Moore / 3-Daniel Craig). He fought like hell to kill that guy in the beginning, also when killing that guy in the stairway.
There were only some stuff that wasnt perfect, som better camera work could have been done in some places but other than that and some action problems it was a super-great movie
The last movie I sat down and watched all the way through was an independant film called Buffalo '66, directed by Vincent Gallo. If you're an arthouse lover and appreciate cinematography then I recommend you watch it. 9/10
It feels like an age since I last saw a film that was decent. A weeks ago I was browsing through the obscure Sky channels and stumbled upon a delightful martial arts film with stunning fight scenes. It's a shame I cannot remember what the film's called.
The last good film I watched, with a title that I can remember, was probably the Magdalene Sisters, a film about the hidden Catholic Magdalene laundries where so many Irish young women were detained. Astonishingly, the last Magdalene laundry to close happened as recent as 1998.
I've read several books on the subject and the Magdalene Sisters doesn't touch upon every horrific aspect of the laundries but it's a gripping film.
[QUOTE="Boogie Woogie, post: 0]The Island - 8/10 (fell asleep towards the end so hoping to catch a repeat sometime in the week) . And Scarlett Johanssen is absolutely beautiful :shock:
Awesome movie though . Love Michael Bay movies [/quote]
I've noticed Christmas movies are rampant nowadays, regardless if they have a good storyline or not. As long as their are a plethora available for the population to waist their money on through the "holiday spirit" manipulation, it will never end.