Anomalism 8-21.7 Filmses
2007-08-21 14:07:06 ET

I just saw the Hitcher teh ether day and I can't think of another film where I wanted more for the good guy to be killed in horrible ways apart from Hobgoblins where I wanted everyone in the film to be killed imediatly. What kind of a writer writes a character like that? If you focus grouped every situation for the absolute best way to make it worse for the character you could not do more. I had no simpathy for the guy at all at any point in the film because he was a moron. So I have to wonder did the writer intend for me to hate his main character? Did he or she think these reactions (by the character) normal? or apropriate? Did the director plan for me to think this way or was I supposed to have a different take? I wonder.
I also watched the new Casino Royal bond flic and I have to say it was a lot closer to a good film than anything else from recent decades with the name Bond attached to it. I did still find the plot a bit predictable. I do like that the big chase sequence was a foot chase, that was refreshing to see. What do you think?

2007-08-21 16:05:25 ET

I loved Casino Royale. Daniel Craig is brutal. And the lack of un-neccesary sex made it even better.

2007-08-22 05:02:30 ET

what Stat said. So true. I never did see the Hitcher, or at least I think I saw the last 10 minutes of it.

Maybe the director is just a putz? :)

2007-08-22 18:38:23 ET

Dr Skymosh= Maybe its me cuz I don't think like a normal human, but I think stupidity should be painful and that character is not hurting near enough.

2007-08-22 21:54:12 ET


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