Reviewed by Tylor and Mark *With Tylor at the wheel*
(And Mark cleaning up the mess.)
Fantasmic, Mark has wussed out and now I'm at the keyboard. My God, THE POWER.
*Mark sits, contemplating*...... I have not "wussed out," I've copped out.
How exactly is it a cop out that I'm the one typing?
I don't know its just that I'm usually the work horse. I mean I'm still getting used to the idea of Jason making regular updates. But I shouldn't make fun when.............. *Mark trails off mumbling.*
So in the movie NEXT Nicholas Cage plays a god moder and showed me how to get a girl by not being yourself.
I think you are confusing the concept of not being yourself with WHAT WOMEN WANT.
No no, yourself is what you would do on impulse, your first move so to speak. He got to try them all.
You just contradicted yourself, everything he did was an "impulse", so wouldn't everything he did be himself?
FINE, he has an unfair advantage with his ability, he got the opportunity to try everything instead of just the one.
(Tylor's Note: Mark was at a very low energy level at the time this was written. He mindlessly played with things he found around my office.) Ok, lets focus on the god moder bit, I think that will be more interesting.
The man had infinite continues. He went into heavy enemy fire without a vest, cause he didn't need it.
How would a vest have helped?
His ability he didn't need it cause he could see the shots coming.
I understand that but how would a vest have saved him?
Dude, I'm talking about the vests that the heavily armed FBI agents wore.
You never said bullet proof.
*Mark rolls his eyes* It was implied.
Hmmmh being at the keyboard makes you smarmy.
It does. *Mark continues with incoherent babbling*
Would you like to pick this up when you are better rested?
Oh, no no I'm as capable................. as ............. what?
You seem tired.
Basically he went through the movie like I go through video games, trial and error, do it till you die then do it again.
Well that's sort of true, I mean there was really only the one part that illustrated the "infinite continues". Truthfully you can't really talk about this movie with out giving stuff away, it was so straight forward..
It had cool special effects.
What movies these days doesn't have cool special effects?
Yeah but they don't always deliver them so well.
Ok but either way we just mention them so, next.
NEXT was a good movie, I enjoyed it.
Oh ha ha, very funny.
You sir, are patronizing me, I'm going home. On a personal note it was a better Movie then SPIDERMAN 3. I don't know what makes it personal, I'm very tired.
Would you rather put this on hold and do it when you are not so sleepy.
Actually I'm comfortable with that as the review. There is enough there, I haven't read it but I'm sure it's good.
Well readers, that was how we attempted to review NEXT. I still stand by my one point of not be able to talk about it with out giving it away. So instead here's a simple run down.
A man is born with the ability to see his immediate future. He grows up using that ability to his advantage all the while trying to stay below everybody's radar. Somebody figures it out and tries to use him for their own means. He rebels, excitement ensues.
Some would argue that more could be said. I mean, I didn't mention the romantic interest. But that is because I don't think you can really talk about it with out giving away some neat stuff. Granted this movie has been out for a while now and the entire point of this review is for entertainment. I just still would rather not give anything away. Half the reason this is a good movie is that you sit there trying to figure out how everything works based on the info seen on screen.
So yeah, NEXT good movie, go see it if you haven't.