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  • Justin 7:57 pm on October 8, 2012 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Armie Hammer, Gore Verbinski, Helena Bonham Carter, johnny depp, The Long Ranger, Tom Wilkinson   

    The Lone Ranger fea Johnny Depp | Trailer 

    Disney has released a teaser trailer for Director Gore Verbinski’s (Pirates of the Carribean 1,2, & 3) 2013 summer flick, The Lone Ranger. The movie stars Armie Hammer, Tom Wilkinson, and Johnny Depp as Tonto. The film appears to have Verbinski’s usual style of big sets and scenery and indulgences. Don’t know if Disney is thinking this will become a new set of movies, but if its successful, why not.

    The Lone Ranger also stars Helena Bonham Carter, William Fichtner, and Barry Pepper, and opens July 3rd, 2013.

  • Jay 12:32 pm on August 11, 2011 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: bradley cooper, ewan mcgregor, i love you phillip morris, jake gyllenhaal, , johnny depp, limitless, rango, source code   

    4 Movies in 14 Hours 

    On our trip from South Carolina to New York, we watched 4 movies (with 14 hours on the road, there was still plenty of time left to nap).

    RANGO: really liked it (88% on RottenTomatoes)
    I LOVE YOU PHILLIP MORRIS: liked it (71% on RottenTomatoes)
    LIMITLESS: liked it (70% on RottenTomatoes)
    SOURCE CODE: really liked it (91% on RottenTomatoes)

    RANGO: very very strange. we enjoyed johnny depp’s voice acting. also very beautiful animation. fun story of a chameleon out-of-place in the west, till the predictable ending. not sure its really a kids movie.
    I LOVE YOU PHILLIP MORRIS: based on a true story about a married, gay con-artist (Jim Carrey) who finds his soul mate (Ewan McGregor) in prison. Worth watching just to see the myriad of ways Carrey’s character breaks out of prison. adorable. pacing was kinda off. i never really bought the chemistry between Carrey and McGregor unfortunately. would love to see carrey do more movies like this.
    LIMITLESS: enjoyable, though I thought Bradley Cooper didn’t make for the most engaging narrator. conjured flashbacks of fight club though not nearly as slick. found it mindlessly entertaining.
    SOURCE CODE: its 12-monkeys meets groundhog day, though without the humor of the latter and the eccentricity of the former (which is not a criticism). Jake Gyllenhaal did not remind me of bubble boy here. ending is great and makes the movie worthwhile. Juliet and I argued for a good hour on the trip about our interpretation … and if you watch Lost, Fringe, or other movies/shows that deal with character developments revealed through space/time/parallel universes, you’ll probably enjoy this one.

    • winklevi twins 2:08 pm on August 12, 2011 Permalink

      TRON LEGACY: first 40 minutes still good after that bad. I think Disney’s involvement screwed up the plot. It should have had more lite cycles, instead we got a father and son story and a G rated love story.

      PAUL: Simon Pegg and Nick Frost are great!
      Geeks @ comic-con. A lot better than Fanboys.

      HESTER: Like. How can you not watch a natalie portman movie. a lot of Joseph Gordon-Levit movies seem like broke-through roles for him. The movie slowly follows a 10 yr boy living with his dead beat father and grandmother. Hester intervienes and shows them the value of what they still have

      BAD TEACHER: Bad movie

      HANNA: Like. Exciting low budget action movie. Kinda like a Bourne movie but with a 15 yr old girl without the big budget. Great soundtrack.

      BLACK HEAVEN: Um like. A little slow story. Trailer was a little miss leading. Always good to watch foreign films and see what its like there.

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