[attrition] review: Oceans 13, Pirates: At World's End, Live Free or Die Hard, Transformers
lyger at attrition.org
Mon Sep 10 01:47:37 UTC 2007
Plot Summary: Essentially rehash same old crap because the studio is run
by whiney little bitches who won't put out new material with any
George Clooney needs to hang it up. So does the writing staff.
Congratulations to Brian Koppelman and David Levien for getting 50,000
monkeys to hammer out this regurgitated piece of sequel vomit. You call
that a screenplay?
Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End
The gang summons the nine pirate Captains that make up the Brethren Court
to stop Davy Jones, his cursed love interest, and the infinitely pathetic
Lord Cutler Beckett, ultimately bringing peace to lost souls that Jones
Live Free or Die Hard
Please God, let it be the last.
Nasty, stinky, evil terrorists employ the use of some naive crackers to
develop code which can ultimately cripple the infrastructure on the East
Coast, essentially bringing civilization to its knees. John McClane will
take it from here.
Autobots fight to protect humanity from the Decepticons. Bah! Plot
summaries...who needs 'em?
The unexpected winner of the Summer Blockbusters to date has to be
Transformers. Can you remember the last time you were in a theater and the
people applauded at the end? Me neither. Well, they did. Not only did it
beat expectations, it shook the very foundation of cinematic
entertainment, going back some 100-odd years. OK--slight exaggeration.
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