laci_baby wrote:Carla, God i love Edward Norton. He did amazing as the Hulk, i was so depressed when i learned he wouldnt be playing that part anymore. Broke my little heart.
Just finished One Day with Anne Hathaway. It wasnt bad. I tried reading the book before, and i couldnt get into it for some reason, but after watching the movie, i definetely want to give the book another cracking chance. Havent decided how i would rate it though, seeing as i just got out of a similair relationship with my best friend (not Dee..) and i'm unsure if my feelings towards the story, because of my experience, swung the vote into a good movie or a bad movie.
laci_baby wrote:Absolutely! I loved him in Fight Club and American History X as well. He's such an amazing actor, it kills me that he's not as well known as some of the worse actors that we have now.
Carla Hurst-Chandler wrote:laci_baby wrote:Absolutely! I loved him in Fight Club and American History X as well. He's such an amazing actor, it kills me that he's not as well known as some of the worse actors that we have now.
I loved him in Fight Club. To me, his character/acting was superior to even Pitt's. He was so understated and real.
Carla Hurst-Chandler wrote:Watched Anthony Hopkins, Nicole Kidman, Ed Harris and Gary Sinese in The Human Stain last night. Really good!
Have you seen it?
Bighuey wrote:I watched A Few Good Men last night. It was quite good. I never cared much for Mel Gibson, but he wasnt bad in this one, altho in parts he over-acted I thought. This flick showed some of the Viet-Cong side of the story which was unusual in Viet-Nam war movies. Sam Elliott was great as the Sgt. Major. 4 out of 5.