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Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Cunner, Feb 17, 2013.
I've seen that movie it was ok, but I didn't like the story so much, how wolves ambushed and attacked all those people which they normally wouldn't do, it was a little bit too unrealistic.
This movie was great:
Best film ive seen in the last year:
good movie if u like comedy
a "new" cult classic, it is an acquired taste!!!
Truly, one of the most inspired movies of the new millennium, released in the US as the three-hour long "Grindhouse" and in other countries broken into two separate flicks, "Planet Terror" and "Death Proof," "Grindhouse" featured these fake trailers in-between the two -- but only in the US release. The faux trailers were so well-received in the US that "Machete" was made into a real movie!
Grindhouse owns. I'm a HUGE fan of Rodriguez & Tarantino / Roger Avary (1994's Killing Zoe) vehicles. Strangely enough, I still have not even taken Planet Terror out of the shrink wrap. I'm saving it for a good day. Death Proof is AMAZING. I could not believe how they married the whole 70's camp thing with an actual story & Tarantino-esque character development. Zoe Bell rules. Kurt Russell makes an amazing bad guy. Countless fuckin precedent-setting filming approaches, like the color switching and the cinematography of the terror-drive sequences.
And of course, Machete. "Machete don't text." Ha. Camp was never done in better taste (what a contradiction of terms,) and it was perhaps the funnest movie I had seen in years. Jeff Fahey playing Jeff Fahey. Steven Segal being the big bad guy lol! Danny Trejo has come majorly far since his character-actor roles, like in 95's Desperado. (He was just known as the bad ass w/ the huge Virgin Mary tatttoo.) He even had a pretty cool role in Michael Mann's Heat... my favorite movie of all time.
Those faux trailers are interesting, just gives credence to the rightfully-founded cult following of these films. I say it was the Kill Bill II effect that inspired them. They tied-in spaghetti westerns, kung fu flicks, and typical Tarantino sensationalism.
Anyone here who likes anime? This one's based off a game with the same name and in my opinion, it puts any horror movie to shame. I'd recommend the game to anyone who owns a PSP or who'd like to use an emulator. Everything in uncensored glory.
Sadly, the anime trailer's in Japanese, and the game's a lot better.
From 2000; not sure how I missed it. Knocked me on my ass. If ur not into the actor(s) in it, get over it and give the movie a chance.
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