Wednesday, December 15, 2010

Five Weird Movies You Must Watch (By Me, of Course)

 1. Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World

I'm willing to admit I'm a total n00b and didn't know this comic existed  until the movie. I remember seeing this in the theater with my two older brothers and thought it was the weirdest, stupidest thing I ever saw at the beginning. But then it got better and better. One of my favorite movies of all time. (I cannot resist Michael Cera. I know.)
 2. Kick-Ass
Yep, didn't know it was a comic until the movie either. I think I like movie adaptations of comics. Anyway. This movie was hilarious in a stupid way of course, and there was plenty of over the top action scenes too. However, little disclaimer- there's quite a lot of violence. It's kind of disgusting at some parts, really. But overall, it was a good movie.

3. The Hangover                                                                                                                                     
I bet half of you groaned and questioned my intelligence/sanity. But, I freaking love this movie. The characters are so ridiculous I can't help it. Especially that Zach Galifinakis feller. The things that happen to them.. I can honestly tell you I laughed until I cried. Ohohoho. Fun fact: I saw this with my family. Never again. Never, ever again folks. 

4. Rocky Horror Picture Show
I guess I've always had a thing for the macabre. It kind of explains my love for Alexander McQueen, Lady Gaga, Michael Jackson, Freddie Mercury, you know. Again, I saw the beginning with my family and then, understandably, I stopped it until I could see it on my own. (It's just too awkward to see with your parents...) The first time I saw this movie I was so utterly confused, but I went with it. I don't know what it was I loved about it- it was over the top, undeniably unique, and weird. And let me just say, Tim Curry could WORK. IT.  

5. Amelié
 This movie made me wish I were a French hermit. Audrey Tatou is absolutely charming and adorable in this movie. It's definitely an independent film- just watch it and you'll see what I mean. It's a very honest, cute movie that I loved so much. I've seen it quite a few times already and never get sick of it. 

*Another Disclaimer: All of these movies save for Scott Pilgrim are rated R. And trust me, they're R for a reason...


  1. If I wasn't convinced we were the same person before, I sure as hell am now.
    I could repost this re-titled "The movies I've watched instead of studying for the last two weeks". I'd only have to add Pirate Radio and RocknRolla for it to be completely accurate.


  2. Haha that's amazing!! Finally someone who likes the movies I loove! I've always been wanting to watch Pirate Radio, I'll add them to my queue. :D Yay twin!


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