American Sniper has been a bit of a polarizing experience, if you happen to read any articles about it. I guess the central figure, Chris Kyle, has gone under some scrutiny for actions not really shown in the film, while at the same time the movie has been glorified and praised for its flag waving American pride type themes. There’s a lot to be discussed, and it’s all a very serious matter, so I’m going to do everyone a favor and let the two sides of the story speak for themselves… On one side, there’s the heavily Oscar nominated Clint Eastwood film American Sniper, and on the other side is the lunch I had at Naf Naf Grill yesterday.
Premise: Without giving too much away, the movie starts out as homeless guy Dwight (Macon Blair) is set on getting revenge on a guy being released from prison who did something bad to his family years ago. The rest of the movie is about Dwight defending himself and evening scores while being kind of a hilariously semi-inept amateur assassin who doesn’t *quite* know what he’s doing.
Premise: Kevin Smith made a movie about a man who turns another man into a walrus. I’m… …I’m not sure if I need to add more to this premise…?
(thinks about all the Chipotles destroyed in the carnage) (sheds a single tear)
Premise: “OK, let’s do a crappy Gladiator-esk knock off for the first hour… Wait, scratch that… Let’s just flat-out copy Gladiator scene for scene, but again, crappier; and then for the last thirty minutes, let’s add a volcano. Here’s $100 million to play with, Paul W.S. Anderson.” -Some stupid movie producer.
Guys, is this what Windows 8 is like? I still use Vista. I was thinking of upgrading to Windows 8.
Premise: I was at a cottage in Michigan over the weekend with no TV and limited internet, and then it started raining (a lot), so I looked up the local theater to see what was playing. The menacing storm had managed to even infiltrate my phone’s Fandango app, as R.I.P.D. was the only movie showing anywhere close to what time it was. That’s not really a premise description, but more so just an explanation as to how I came to watch this movie that I wasn’t all that excited to see in the first place. Besides, describing a rainy day is a lot more interesting than anything R.I.P.D has to offer.