Monday, June 25, 2012

Two Thumbs Up!!!

Do you pay attention to movie reviews?
If you do, there have been some great movies that you may
have missed in the past. Movies like Star Wars, Jackie Brown,
Machete', and the list goes on and on.
Sunday my son Reese and I went to see ALVH in 3-D...
What a Pleasant Surprise!!
It was Historical, Great Special Effects, Only Semi-Gory, and the acting
was terrific! It was very action packed, and it left a yearning for a sequel.
The best thing about this movie was it's historical accuracy (Save for the
Vampire angle). But isn't that what movies are all about? ESCAPE??
If realism is all you care about, who would have ever watched The Lord of
the Rings, Avatar, or Rocky?
Do yourself a favor...Go see Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter.
Abe was more of a Bad Ass Hero than you already thought he was!!!


Eric (Bubba) Alder said...

Hey, G-Man! My wife and I saw that movie too! Pretty cool - I dug all the historical figures they included - I just wished I'd seen it in 3D!

Secret Agent Woman said...

Gory, semi- or otherwise, makes it a no go for me!

cloudia charters said...

sounds like cool fun, thanks!

Have a GREAT Week

Aloha from Honolulu,
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Brian Miller said...

alright pops...putting it on the list...would not have thought that but...

so you healing up well? cant wait for the 55s again!

Heaven said...

I read its an interesting movie ~

Hope you are feeling better ~

lime said...

i am glad you and reese enjoyed it. maybe roger ebert should have hired you to replace gene siskel ;)

the walking man said...

I have been curious, but never enough to find out--do you need to have sight in both eyes to get the 3D effect? Being blind in one eye and not seeing the thing right would be kind of a waste in my book.

Margaret said...

G-Man!!!! You need to switch careers. I was on the fence with this, but now I will see it ASAP! I don't care so much for 3D, though.

hedgewitch said...

You intrigue me, M. G-man. I shall consider exiting my domicile and entering an actual theater perhaps. Though that doesn't happen often around here. Good to know you could sit in one of those seats for a couple of hours, though--or maybe 55 minutes? (Sorry, getting ahead of things again.)Great to see you posting.

Akelamalu said...

Not my cup of tea but glad you enjoyed it. x

Cazzie!!! said...

I shall go and see this one in the next week or so. So far I have watched : Brave, That's My Boy and Men In Black 3. all in the last few weeks. Oh, and not to forget Snow White and The Huntsman, that was awesome too.

izzy said...

Glad you enjoyed it! Not my sort of escape, although I love Lincoln--
Hmmm, maybe the is a 55 in all that though-Thanks !