The Bourne Indentity
The Bourne Supremacy
The Bourne Ultimatum
"There are two novels that can change a bookish fourteen-year old's life: The Lord of the Rings and Atlas Shrugged. One is a childish fantasy that often engenders a lifelong obsession with its unbelievable heroes, leading to an emotionally stunted, socially crippled adulthood, unable to deal with the real world. The other, of course, involves orcs."
Hangover - very good comedy
Night at the Museum 2
Loved it! Laughed my head off all the way through and the funny little details had me in stitches, especially at the end with Little Joey Moterola! I'd definately reccommend it if you loved the first movie!
I'm not dead. Yet.
Alice in Wonderland by Tim Burton, a very fun movie, who knew that Chris Lee (Saruman) could be so..... dragonlike yet pretty much an awesome poker player?! Good film, gonna see it again before the weekend is over for certain!
This is the story about an Assassin Queen SEQEUNCE 7 COMPLETE
"What we call the beginning is often the end
To make an end is to make a beginning
The End is where we start from" ~ T.S. Eliot
Once Upon a Time; a What If Tale - a Once Upon a Time Roleplay Come and Join our new WHAT IF World!!
Land of the Dead
As far as zombie movies go, 'twas pretty entertaining. The zombies don't simply shuffle around mindlessly, eating people. And the healthy humans don't simply shoot them. The zombies have learned to communicate on a rudimentary level, to make plans, however murky, and to learn from their tormenters...
Also, added bonus for having Simon Baker for the eyecandy bits.
Role Models And The Goonies very funny.
The Dark Crystal (1982). The plot is far from original and the bad guys lack style but I find the world incredibly interesting. Animation is surprisingly beautiful and stylish, old-looking of course, but the movie is full of interesting and strange details and cute little animals who made me feel child-like ave. Not an intellectually stimulating movie but great relaxation when sick, having a bad day or just tired
Total Recall -- Again. And I still love it, plot holes and all.
Babylon 5: A Call to Arms -- Not particularly remarkable as an independent story, but makes a decent introduction to Crusade.
I saw Alice in Wonderland last night. It was the first 3-D movie I've ever seen and I really did enjoy it.
The Firm (Gary Oldman version) - Still decent today
I watched Eagle Eye yesterday
Dressed To Kill - Old Sherlock Holmes movie. Cool
no means no, and so does pepper spraySig by The Carpenter
Just going to make a list of ones I've recently watched.
District 9 - sci/fi with heart. And a little gross.
Up - Humor and heart. Just brilliant and will surprise you cause it is good.
The Departed - Just a good build up to the climatic moment. Great cast as well.
Memento - Clever premise and story progression.
Today I went to go see Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lighting Theif. It was really good, I loved it.
Contact was good, despite similarities to 2001.