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and it's really, really shit.
Plot summary please.
Mark Wahlberg is a science teacher.
but is zooey deschanel in it? there's a girl in the trailer who looks like her (in the brief seconds she flashes up on screen).
i dunno why i didn't imdb this ages ago.
fuck off! i was right! i have to notify people and register our disappoint that she's in an m. shite myamalaman film
I will happily post spoilers if you want them.
it's hardly going to have a "no, I am yr father" moment, is it?
he's never going to better unbreakable so he should just pack it in for the sake of is own dignity
i'd be curious to know what you saw in it.
i fell asleep in the cinema. it was THAT boring.
i dribbled while i slept....mmmmmmm
srsly though, i don't even remember much apart from something about a "mr. glass"? that was that film, right? it left a big impression.
but Mr. Glass is someone definitely who appears somewhere and says something to somefaceWillis. as i said down there, the only thing i remember is Willis just nodding at this son at the end when he wonders if his dad was the hero. wtf indeed.
it was a nicely underplayed alternative to all the crash bang bollocks superhero movies that have been made in the last 10 years. It develops out nicely, ok, the ends a bit of a let down and Jackson goes over the top.
I'm not saying it's a brilliant film but it's good and he's on a downward spiral since
even if you don't like it if it's the worst film you've ever seen you aren't trying very hard.
doesn't Bruce Willis just sagely nod at his son at the end?
and i have seen worse, Manos for instance, but for pure failed pomposity it wins hands down.
Ooooooh, creepy spooky twist films. oooooooohhhhhhhhh
the trees and plants are making everyone kill themselves right? Then what happens?
by wrapping branches around their throats and have vines tearing off their heads, like when the forest goes mental in evil dead.
i'm guessing this will not have happened in the happening
they start emitting a chemical that stops us from not hurting ourselves.
that's all boring and environmental and al gore-y! save it for 'an inconvenient truth'!
as wind blows through the trees. It's really quite pathetic.
UNLESS YOU'RE FLYING BY!
and they take refuge in a crazy womans house. Then it stops and it's clumsily explained away as a freak occurance of nature to remind us that we're bad.
how hot is Zoey Deschanel in it?
not her best work.
Shyamalan should be shot.
me and my friend couldn't stop laughing at that in the cinema for ages. It was Mark Wahlberg's delivery of "where have all the bees gone?" or something similar, that tipped us over the edge.
the laughter only ended when the trailer for the new film starring dwayne johnson showed him stapling someone's jaw.
"did The Rock just staple a woman's jaw?"
then indiana jones was worse than those two trailer moments. :(
i havent laughed so much at a film as i did at this for ages, i am glad i went to see it
"only take her arm if you mean it"
"LET ME TELL YOU A MATH RIDDLE"
also awesome: the bit with the guns and the 'abandoned house'
You're right, those were the best bits!
most of the cinema was laughing when the second gun poked out :D also the bit where he was talking to the plant.
where he's all 'JUST GIVE ME A SECOND WHY WONT ANYONE GIVE ME A SECOND'.
Detect variables, that's the two groups.. etc.
i couldnt really figure out why marky mark had that idiotic look on his face the whole way through. to be fair to it, the only reason this will remain the worst thing ive seen this year is because there are so many awesome bits in it. the old lady in that house was also pretty funny, 'I hear you, in there, plotting to kill me'