Vanishing at 7th street on amazon prime.. It had a interesting premise but floundered off and died at the last third of the movie.. It felt like the writer did not know what to do from there.. Seeing as it was a mediocre movie I really don't care about giving out spoilers.. The ending was awful pretty much killing off every one except for the one character that the majority of viewers HATED most..
So a week ago you watched FMJ and now you watched the Shining...Heh, you sound like me 4 years ago when my parents bought a Netflix account...you seen The Exorcist yet? Or the mother of all Vietnam War movies Apocalypse Now?
got a random urge to watch a scary movie for some reason. the conjuring came to mind, i remember all the hype and such. so figured, "why the **** not?"
now i dont watch too many scary movies, not really my thing.
i thought it was great. scariest movie ive seen. i actually really enjoyed it. parts where i expected there to be a jump scare, i got all ready for it, only for nothing to happen. so then id let my guard down, then the scare would come. Patrick Wilson was great. he seems to be perfect for these types of movies.
it was odd seeing Ron Livingston though, ive only ever seen him in Office Space.
one thing i hated though was the outcome of Sadie.
I watched Lucy, enjoyable, but the premise about using 10% of our brain thing should have probably been avoided and wasn't thought out, instead just focusing on her developing her advanced cognitive abilities.
Before that it was The Purge: Anarchy, about as mildly amusing as the first.
Before that I saw Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, enjoyed it but not as much as Rise of the Planet of the Apes.
I watched Star Trek Into Darkness on Netflix last night. Had been meaning to watch it but never got around to it. I thought it was pretty good. I love the way Kirk and Spock reversed roles from The Wrath of Khan, I thought that was pretty clever.