I should have made it a little clearer… that you had until I posted … maybe next time.
Back in April I played a little game here in the blog called 3 questions, which I answered here. There are a lot of new people that read the blog… and I am sure that they have some questions… plus some other ones missed the deadline before. So here is your chance…
I want everyone who reads this to ask me 3 questions apiece, no more no less.
You may ask me anything.
Then to go to your journal or weblog, and copy and paste this allowing others (including myself) to ask you anything. Please do a trackback ping so I’ll know that you copied it. (If you don’t have a weblog you can still participate).
Answers will be given in a follow-up post. (Giving a 1 day deadline)
I am so dissapointed that my favorite movie franchise had to end this way. Assuming that they do not try to make another bad sequel. Blade being one of my favorite characters in the comic book managed to stay in that place because Weasly Snipes is such a good actor and martial artist.
The rest of the movie was garbage. The main villian was nothing more than special effects gone wrong, and just killing people that could not put up a fight. Against blade he really seemed powerless. The rest of the cast I do not even want to comment on, because even though they did a good job it did not fit the movie. I felt a couple of times like I was watching a teen movie mixed with an action flick.
In the end I concider this a rental, specially if you are a Blade fan. But I would not buy the DVD when it comes out, it is not worth it.
I felt that Adam Sandler had been losing it lately. Mr. Deeds was a movie that I did not enjoy as much as I did his earlier work. I have always liked him and thought it was funny but never have really commited myself as a fan.
Anger management is a move in the right direction for Sandler. This movie really made me laugh. I am not saying that it is a classic but I think it is way better than anything else he has done since little Nicky in the comedy genre. Jack Nicholson really makes this movie come alive. I really think he should do a lot more comedy. Robert Deniro has done excellent with his comedies and I think Jack should really explore this real.
The movie is paced well, and even thought is it not a constant laughtrack the funny moments do carry on from scene to scene. This is a definate rental, if you love Adam then a must own.