On my quest to be like the cool kids, I'm logging movies here.
Underwhelming horror movie.
The plot was decent, but could have been executed in a better way. Really didn't care for any of the characters either. It always helps to have some sort of character you can root for, or feel some sort of sympathy for, but this movie had none of that for me.
Overall, not too many scares here either. Most of them were quick cheap kills that you can see in so many other horror movies.
Went into it expecting way too much, so maybe that was my problem too.
It's been a few hours since I came out of the theatres from watching this.
I'm still in utter shock. This movie was insanely good.
A total experience.
It took so many things from so many movies that I love and put it together into one.
I knew really nothing about this movie and didn't know what to expect, but I believe that's the best way to go into it.
It dragged in a few spots for me, but altogether…
"A thousand kisses later, will she still remember the taste of my tool on the tip of her tongue?"
Watched this movie for the second time, simply because I wanted to see if my opinion on it changed.
The first time I watched it was when it came to theatres. I went into it with way too high expectations and was ultimately a little bit disappointed.
Wes Anderson is easily one of my favorite directors and I was left wanting…
"You don't call. You don't write. How else am I supposed to get your attention?"
Re-watched this one last night as it's one of my favourite movies from my childhood.
Did I notice some glaring issues watching it again? Yes. Do I still love it? Yes.
It's not a perfect movie by any stretch, but it's a comfort movie to me. It really blew my prepubescent mind when I first watched it.
Watching the movie now, the script is pretty…