Friday, January 22, 2010

Escape to the Movies: "Legion"



INTERMISSION:
http://www.escapistmagazine.com/articles/view/columns/moviebob/7052-The-Good-Book-of-Bad-Movies

11 comments:

tyra menendez said...

so, the kind of stuff that seems really deep and edgy, when you're a religiously rebellious 15 year-old.
preacher was really good, though.

SomethingGerman said...

^agreed

on a site note, did you actually BEAT bayonetta on normal? I fucking droooowned and can not imagine somebody beating that thing on infinite climax.

Anonymous said...

What did you think of the Constantine movie with Keanu Reeves?

Rubbav1 said...

Alright I'm asking. What did you think of Lovely Bones? I was waiting to see what you thought of Peter Jackson's latest film. Did you see it?

Chris said...

My opinion may not matter, but I thought Constantine was pretty good...

In comparison to Legion, however, Constantine was high art!

Skip Legion, worst film I have seen in a Movie Theatre in a long time!

Robert said...

Legion...yeah I think I would have like dit if I was 13 and high on soda. But you know...it was just aweful

TheOrangeFellow said...

How right you were...

http://www.imdb.com/news/ni0730373/


HOW RIGHT YOU WERE

RestamSalucard said...

@TheOrangeFellow
As much as I hate Twilight, I know Pattinson hates it, too. Who knows, he might be actually good at playing a character he actually likes. I'm still going to wait until I hear what the other Robert says about Spiderman the Unnecessary Sony Remake before seeing it, but I'm trying to remain cautiously optimistic.

Charles Ragesmith III said...

Spawn wasn't THAT bad. One of the better comics of the 90's, what little that may mean.

That aside. I'm glad I skipped out on Legion. It looks okay, but I just can't get over the premise. They're fighting GOD. If he was going to kill them, couldn't he just kill them?

Good review as always.

Jeppson said...

Just wanna say Bob, awesome reviews every time! Looking forward each week!

Note: why half the videoscreen?

tyra menendez said...

jeppson, double click and into fullscreen mode.