Showing posts with label spoovans. Show all posts
Showing posts with label spoovans. Show all posts

Tuesday, January 15, 2008

Spoovans' edited review of I Am Legend

I've finally found some time to edit Spoovans' I Am Legend review. It's one of his better written reviews of late. It needs more humour though, or at least more Car Freak-related quips on the Mustang or whatever else that Will Smith drove in the movie, which is really Spoovans' area of expertise. I'd hope he writes something about cars and their relationship with cinema someday, but he has been real busy building a career (and making lots of dough) with a marine company of late, so that someday could take a while to come.

Here's the unedited review if you missed it.

Monday, September 10, 2007

A short review on Ratatouille

Yo Lam,

I did watch Ratatouille when it was released quite some time back, and yes it definitely a really cool animation movie.
It is fun, heart warming, but it does not patronise its audience as some of the other hollywood animation movies(i.e Flushed away, surf up etc).
I especially enjoy the hero of the show, the rat, as he is an average rat with a gift, and also the food critic, anton, though he was rather cold at first, but towards the end of the movies, you realise that he is rather too passionate about his profession.
In short, a cool movie that is definitely worth a second or third watch.

take care man

(p.s. My girlfriend found the movie rather so-so, to my surprise!)

Wednesday, September 5, 2007

A short Review on Zoolander

Yo Lam

Managed to finally watch Zoolander, and after watching the movies, I couldn't help but laugh my head off thinking that this is the movie that the Malaysian government banned in Malaysia.

I guess that the movie director or producers has something against male models.For such a pathetic movie, Ben stiller carried his role rather well.
In short, It is a lame comedy, shallow storyline, rather limited location shots. A movie that even Ben Stiller couldn't salvage!

take care man


Thursday, August 30, 2007

A Short review on Tenacious D: The Pick of Destiny

Yo Lam,

I managed to watch Tenacious D, the pitch of destiny.
As you know I am not a big fan of musicals, but I could safely say this is the musical I have enjoyed so far.
Really cool man, especially when they played my favourite piece from 'The WHO',when the 2 heroes were escaping from the rock and roll museum.
Some big names were in the movies, for example, Meatloaf, not to mention Kyle Gass and Jack Black.
It is a nice comedy that showcase some really cool guitar music, not to mention promotion of the use of grass.
In short, great musical and I do hope I could get to watch musicals as well.


Monday, July 30, 2007

The need to be heard

Yo Freaksters,

Having managed to get myself registered, I would like to state for the record that I enjoy watching action movies.