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‘The Avengers’ is the Dream Team!

Posted in Anonymous Status with tags , , , , , on May 16, 2012 by hollywoodclassified

Please excuse the cheezy headline but this movie really is amazing.

At first I thought that this would be a lame movie, did you see the movie poster? It didn’t seem to have a good flow to successfully combine all the stories into one epic battle. In theory, this movie could not have been this good.

But it was!

This movie was so awesome!

It was packed with comedy and action and the way they introduced the characters on by one so you can see all of their strong skills was perfect. Sometimes the script didn’t make sense, but the only people that would notice would be the die-hard comic book fans who probably still loved the movie as an original piece anyway. Unless they got really mad and began posting hateful comments about it on their blogs…much like the Hunger Games controversy, which was stupid. But that discussion is for another time.

Anyway, back to the greatest super hero movie ever made. Now, my favorite character is Tony Stark because he’s so arrogant and funny, the way he interacts with all the other characters by either undermining them or just blasting them aside is a piece of art. Thor is also a great character because he starts off as a cocky warrior and discovers what he is really meant to be. Each character discovers what they are meant to become and do with their lives, the only issue is that working with each other is a nuclear hazard.

Of course, in the end, they all get along with each other and agree to become a permanent team. Because no one saw that one coming.

My biggest tip if your going to see this movie? STAY TILL AFTER THE CREDITS! And Google the main evil-villain-master person. It will make so much more sense and will leave you begging for the next movie. If they’ll make one.

‘Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol’ … Just MI4…

Posted in Anonymous Status, Fight Club Status on February 3, 2012 by hollywoodclassified

Ok, let’s get rid of the elephant in the room. Tom Cruise is a bad actor. There. I said it. Moving on.

However, he has amazing talent as a stunt man to compensate for his bad acting.
The story is about saving the world from mass destruction, blah blah blah. Which no one saw coming (sarcasm…extreme sarcasm).

I believe the most popular scene in the movie is when the MI4 team checks into the hotel in Dubai (designed by Giorgio Armani). And Tom Cruise climbs and swings down about eleven stories. From either 103 or 130 stories from the ground. It’s an incredible scene with a great comedian flow to it, combined with the stress from watching it.

But it includes the best parts of a spy movie:
1. Glamor
2. Culture
3. Fast Cars
4. Exciting Location
5. Awesome Spy Gear

Overall, I really enjoyed this movie. Definitely better than the previous films and should be a highlighted project in Tom Cruise’s career.

The Millionth Installment of the ‘Three Musketeers’

Posted in Anonymous Status on January 4, 2012 by hollywoodclassified

The Three Musketeers remake of 2011.
I’ll be honest, I had very low expectations for this motion picture. Logan Lerman with long hair? Not quite a pretty picture. But significantly better than Justin Bieber (sorry kid, your annoyingly unoriginal and repetitive in your musical decisions)

But when I walked out of the theater, I was amazed. Lerman’s hair looked slightly better by the end of the movie and it was nothing like I thought it would be.

Alex Litvak and Andrew Davies made a diamond out of Alexandre Dumas’ coal. These men twisted the classic tale and made it their own awesome, modern version. I expect great things from the crew of this movie.

I’ve seen most of the Musketeer films and, as usual, expected it to copy off of one of them. But nope. It combined them all from Gene Kellys’ moves to Oliver Platts’ disgraceful but comical drinking habits.

This film is original yet respectful to its initial storyline. Which is always a good sign for an excellent sequel!

It Truly Was ‘Anonymous’

Posted in Anonymous Status on January 4, 2012 by hollywoodclassified

Who remembers seeing commercials for this movie? The story of the true genius behind Romeo&Juliet, Henry VII, sonnet #42, and all that other stuff.
This film tells about the life of the ‘true’ author of all the beautiful works, the Earl of Oxford. During a supposed time when creative writing was unholy, but he continued. Throughout his distraught life you can see that his plays reflect exaggerated parts of his life.

Why do I feel that this low-budget, barely advertised film deserves recognition?

Because this film has something I’ve never seen in another modern film. In my opinion anyway. I can’t exactly say what this movie has. But the story doesn’t hide behind a pretty face like Johnny Depp or Ryan Reynolds. There are no impressive castles or sparkling royal jewels to control where you look.

It’s purely about the story of an oppressed man whose only freedom is writing beautiful words. This is his only expression and reflection of a life he desperately wanted but couldn’t have.

His greatest gift and most damning curse was his writings.

This is the most incredible film I’ve seen in my entire life because nothing is hidden. Everything is out in the open.

So watch the movie and tell me I’m wrong. I dare you.