This movie warrants an all-caps thread title. Super crazy go nuts. I love it so very, very much. Funny madcap action from the first second to the last. I don't want to spoil anything, but about 45 minutes in, when you think it can't get any better, our heroes meet another survivor and...no, I can't say any more.
Not the best movie of 2009 by a longshot, but it's really only competing with UP and Inglourious Basterds to be my favorite. This will be a cult classic until the end of time. Go see it yesterday.
EDIT: Seriously, though - people are going to be talking about the thing I refuse to spoil and while it'll still be awesome, it'll be nothing like when it comes completely out of the blue.
EDIT EDIT: I really mean it. Don't look it up on IMDB or Wikipedia. Don't ready any reviews. Don't talk to anyone who saw it. JUST GO SEE IT. They will spoil it. Don't let that happen. Go! NOW!
As great as that cameo was, my favourite part of it might've actually been Emma Stone's impression of Annie Potts. Never thought I'd use the phrase "impression of Annie Potts" at any point in 2009, but there you have it.
Kirk, crackers are a family food. Happy families. Maybe single people eat crackers, we don't know. Frankly, we don't want to know. It's a market we can do without.
Great, great movie. Woody was awesome. I always wondered whatever happened to his "Cowboy Way" character, and now I know ;-)
Plus the most unexpected and awesome cameo evah!! And this person finally gets to play the character their critics say they play in every movie anyway (HAH!)
Yes, go see it now.
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Originally posted by OlFuzzyBastardEDIT: Seriously, though - people are going to be talking about the thing I refuse to spoil and while it'll still be awesome, it'll be nothing like when it comes completely out of the blue.
EDIT EDIT: I really mean it. Don't look it up on IMDB or Wikipedia. Don't ready any reviews. Don't talk to anyone who saw it.
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"Any regrets?" "Maybe Garfield."
I'm just bummed there was no reference to Kingpin.
As great as that cameo was...
So, Bill Murray makes a cameo. Got it. Thanks a whole bunch.
Ooh, The Men Who Stare At Goats. Exactly the kind of movie I couldn't get my act together to see in the theater for whatever reason (time, logistics, etc.) but I'm totally moving to the top of my Netflix queue (sorry, Stone Cold Steve Austin's Damage.)