Bale the next "Norton?" What do you mean by that?
Originally Posted by mcan
Michael Clayton = Phenomonal
I Am Legend = Kinda ****ty
(older movie) Meet Joe Black = A God Damned work of art. Absolutely stunning movie. Some people might find it boring though as it's a pretty long, character driven movie. But after seeing it for the second time, I'm sold.
Rescue Dawn = Decent flick, great acting.
We Own the Night = Not very good
Alien Vs Predator Req = Not nearly as bad as the first AvP. Brutal movie, as it should be.
Enchanted = Cute. Could have been funnier if it had catered more to adults like Shrek and some of the other more recent kids movies.
The Mist = Surprisingly good.
Lions for Lambs = Obviously a one sided debate, but a good film with some great actors. Streep is basically an acting god.
American Gangster = Has its moments. Good film, but the genre is getting old for me. The last 20 minutes of the film seems rushed and forced.
Lars and Real Girl = Undeniably one of the best films of the year. It's this years' Little Miss Sunshine.
Good Luck Chuck = Not enough Alba in it to justify putting up with it. Plenty of sex and TnA, but basically a paint by number comedy that isn't funny.
3:10 To Yuma = Very good. I'm starting to think Bale is the next Norton. Everything he touches is gold.
Superbad = I laughed all the way through it. Very sophomoric and stupid, but given the right time and place, it's very fun... McLovin... That's awesome.
* The Chiefs have more player-committed murder-suicides than playoff victories in the past two decades.
* During last year's meltdown against the Colts in the post season, it looked like the injuries slider was turned up to 100% and they were carting bodies off the field like they were filming B-roll for "The Strain".
* Brodie Croyle (!) is the only quarterback drafted by the team to start a game for them since the mid-80's...and he barely beat out Damon Huard in the process. Croyle then promptly lost all six of his starts. He couldn't even beat out Tyler Thigpen once he returned from injury.