Posts Tagged nonsense

The Campaign

The Campaign… or what I saw of it

Monday, August 20, 2012 No Comments

In all my years of watching movies, I think I’ve only ever dozed off 6 times during a first viewing of a film. I usually maintain that sleeping during a film says a lot about the quality of a film. Though when I saw The Campaign, I was actually quite tired going into it, so […]

Arthur

Arthur

Thursday, July 21, 2011 No Comments

Russell Brand has a great comedic presence. His pithy satire and wackiness makes for some great chuckles. However, I think he fits better as an ancillary character, because after a half an hour of watching Arthur I grew a little sick of his personality. Not to say he was bad, just a bit overdone. Moreover, […]

Limitless

Limitless

Tuesday, April 5, 2011 No Comments

It’s sort of ironic that a movie about heightened intelligence could be fairly stupid. It wasn’t that the whole thing was just pure inanity, but there was quite a bit of nonsense and a handful of inadequacies to boot. Also, Limitless brought up so many different plot points that it just felt overly cluttered. What’s […]

Mean Girls 2

Mean Girls 2

Thursday, February 10, 2011 3 Comments

I have a confession to make; I actually quite enjoyed Mean Girls. It was funny and somewhat smart, and there were a handful of attractive females to ogle at too. So when I saw Mean Girls 2 at my local video store, I almost started bleeding out of every orifice in my face… so I […]

Stone

Stone

Wednesday, January 26, 2011 No Comments

Stone made absolutely no sense whatsoever. There was not one theme, plotline or character that I was able to comprehend in the least! All the multitude of questions I had about this film, like what the purpose of the opening scene was, and what the heck happened, could be answered simply by saying that there’s […]

The A-Team

The A-Team

Friday, June 11, 2010 No Comments

Expecting anything other than gratuitous action and explosions, ridiculous nonsense, and a simple storyline from The A-Team is like expecting high-grade beef when you order steak from a diner at 1 in the morning. However, I will say that I was pleasantly surprised with some of the acting, especially Sharlto Copley. But just like that […]

The Wolfman

The Wolfman

Thursday, February 18, 2010 No Comments

I am in a state of arrant bewilderment. The Wolfman, a film that lacked depth in both its story and characters, was positively abhorrent. There is not one redeeming factor to that movie. Even Benicio del Toro, an otherwise phenomenal actor, wasn’t very pleasant to watch. And despite the possibility that his acting may have […]