Saturday, November 24, 2012

At the Movies

Argo is an excellent, nail-biter kind of film that keeps the action going from start to finish.  I truly respect Ben Affleck as both an actor and a director.  The man is truly talented.  Ordinarily, I'm not a big fan of action movies, but there are some that transcend formula, and Argo is certainly one of them.

Go See ARGO.

ARGO F*ck Yourself.


Paul Kirby said...

You wrote this review to shoehorn that awful pun in. Didn't you? That was very narcissisistical of you. Fuck it's like trying to spell Missisissippi!

Citizen X said...

You're on to me. I am not above stealing great lines from movies to suit my own needs.

I can't think about that right now. I'll think about it tomorrow.

AlexisAR said...

I really want to see this movie, but I have anxiety in theatres, so I need to wait until it comes out on DVD or pay-per-view.

Citizen X said...

Anxiety is awful. I have it at malls around Christmas time. Do most of my shopping on line. Last time I was in a mall between Thanksgiving and Xmas, I told my husband to get me out of there because I hated the human race. And retailers.

Paul Kirby said...

Here's some great inspirational movie quotes.
1. “They may be drinkers Robin, but they're also human beings.” (Batman 1966)
2. “This town needs an enema.” (Batman 1989)
3. “All right everybody, drop your tacos or I'll blow your brains out” (Toxic Avenger 1984)
4. “Now, I don’t mean to be mean, but I’m about to remove your spleen” (Toxic Avenger the Musical)
5. “Uuuuuuuuuu.....” (Rocky I,II.III,IV, V)

Citizen X said...

And my personal favorite, "Harold! That was your last date". "Harold and Maude", sometime in the smoke hazed 70's.

Paul Kirby said...

Harold and Maude. Now there's a movie.
"Don't give me any of that intelligent life crap, just give me something I can blow up." from Dark Star. John Carpenter movie also from the 70s.
Silent Running another personal favourite from the 70s. So it wasn't all bad back then.