Wednesday, August 17, 2011

DOUBLE FEATURE "The Devil's Rejects" and "Captain America"

I'll start in order that I watched em'.


This movie right here...its intense.

Now, seeing that I surf the internet in my free time (Read: all the time), I've seen some pretty freaky shit. But just the way that this movie is makes me feel bad. Legitimately bad. Its the sequel to "House of 1000 corpses" which in itself nets it some scary points. While it can be said its a horror film, there is nothing really scary in it. Its more of a "WHAT. WHY. WHY DID HE DO THAT" type of movie.

It follows a family that kills people. Police find out it was them, shootout happens, only 2 make it out. (They pick up the Dad later) Movie basically follows them and a cop who is a vigilante (Read: Chaotic Good) as they both do crazy stuff.

SPOILERS CAUSE ITS THE ONLY WAY TO LEGIT TALK ABOUT A MOVIE AND STUFF
The ending made me happy. Legitimately happy.
I wanted them to die. I WANT EM' DEAD REAL GOOD. And I was not disappointed. :D





NOW FOR CAPTAIN AMERICA

MERICA, FUCK YEAH



Captain America. Oh how patriotic you are. Being all "AMERICA YEAHHHHHHHH" and the like.

I liked the movie. BUT it couldve used more action. Much more action really. There are some fight scenes, but when you see all the nazi bases that CA is taking out and you only see literally 3 mircoseconds of the battle, you feel cheated.

I liked it though and cant really wait until May 2012 for THE AVENGERS ASDFAKSFW:KEJ:KWA:SDF

SPOILERS CAUSE THEY ARE RIGHT BELOW THIS LINE
I felt bad for Captain Murika. He gets told that he slept for almost 70 years, and all he can think of is that he missed his date while saving the world. : /





SO ALL IN ALL

AT THE END OF DEVILS REJECTS I FELT GOOD
AT THE END OF CAPTAIN AMERICA I FELT BAD

Oh the irony.

10 comments:

  1. actually, the only parts i liked of that were the fight scenes. i think it took the plot a lil too seriously. entertaining, but not great

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  2. Ah, The Devil's Rejects. Been meaning to see that for a loong time. Might actually get around to it now.

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  3. He slept for 70 years? Man, the way they try to force comic book plots into movie plots is disgusting.

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  4. Devils Reject was a sick movie. I am going to try Captain America.

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  5. I haven't seen Captain America yet, but Devil's Rejects is awesome!

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  6. Didnt know that it was a sequel to House of of 1000 corpses, i still haven't seen that yet.

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  7. I saw that movie last night, was freaking awsome!

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