[spoiler]Well, the idea is that he dies in the ring -- if not at that match, a future one. He begins only identifying himself through wrestling because he becomes so letdown by the variability of the real world. He's given up trying to connect with his daughter - his only bloodline - and now fills that void with the applause of strangers. It's all quite tragic, really.[/spoiler]Originally Posted by El Freako
Gran torino - Brilliant. i absolutly loved it.
Glory glory man united!!!
^^ you see right throught me el freako
i didnt cry, but i was getting a bit teary eyed at times during the movie.
Hallam Foe - good movie. i enjoyed it.
Harry Potter - Order of the Phoenix
Finally a Harry Potter film that was not a kids film.
Second time I've watched this and still really enjoyed it. Still want a pair of headphones like the ones Ryan's character has.
I'm bored, so I'll rank what I've seen this month:
Schindler’s List (Spielberg)
The Elusive Corporal (Renoir)
Juliet of the Spirits (Fellini)
Rosemary’s Baby (Polanski)
Diary of a Chambermaid (Bunuel)
Intimate Lighting (Passer)
Race to Witch Mountain (Who cares?)
Hannah Montanah: The Movie (Some asshole)
^^ I pity you Joe. I'd rather stick my hand in a blender than watch Hannah Montanah.
Secret Agents - Vincent Cassel and Monica Belucci, surprisingly little chemistry between this real life couple.
Walking Tall - guilty pleasure.
Oceans 13 - probably the best of the 3 films, but like all the others lacks tension.
Watchmen - awsome. i like super hero movies but this one really surpassed my expectations.
I saw (500) Days of Summer last night in theaters. Somewhat of a letdown (I wasn't anticipating a masterwork either way) but not without its moments.
The "real" film is actually more painful than her concert movie. Srsly.Originally Posted by tim290280
Completely predictable but i enjoyed it a fucking lot.