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Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Law Abiding Citizen

Law Abiding Citizen (2009)

Director: F. Gary Gray (which is a totaly awesome name)
Writer:Kurt Wimmer
Starring: Gerard Butler,Jamie Foxx, Colm Meaney, Jack from Macgyver, Leslie Bibb

Guy watches wife and daughter get murdered in front of him, only to watch the guy responsible get a deal for 5 years? three years? something like that. turns out victim guy is crazy smart and know everything and proceeds to wreak havoc and revenge on the justice system......10 years later

The Woman
this was a movie i knitted to. it's a movie that you can sit and watch on your unintelligent couch, in your unintelligence and soak it in like a sponge. there are stupid questions, like if gerard butler was so stinkin' smart and a brilliant "tactition" how did any of the ending make sense? i could have done with a few more crazy assainations. more brains and explosions please. there is also something about jaimie foxx that makes me want to slap him in the face. dude, you're not that cool. remember you used to play a really ugly, stupid chick in a tube dress on a comedy skit show. it's that arrogance vibe. it wafts off of others too (i.e. ben affleck, ll cool j, tom cruise, just to name a few)  i don't know. it seemed like it tried a little too hard and then had nothing left for an ending. jaimie foxx did learn a valuable lesson though, folks. and isn't that what it's all about?

1 comment:

  1. Noochie BoochiesJune 22, 2010 at 3:16 PM

    You remember that part where the movie almost got cool where he talks his way out of having to post bail and you're all like "saw that coming cuz he's smart and going to screw with the system" and then he's "see? i almost walked because your legal system is bullshit!" and your like "whoa this guy has a message!" and you're worried you're going to have to think again but thats where genius of the director comes into play by building suspense because your expecting some thought around every corner but all you get is explosions.