So the gist of this is that, in order to keep this blog going regularly, I'm giving myself a writing assignment. And what better to write about than the subject dear to my heart (and loins)?
I'm gonna try to write mini-reviews for every movie I see, as long as it's my first time seeing it. Why a mini-review? Because it sounds more manageable. I'm all about lowering expectations, you see.
I'll be using a five-star system, similar to Netflix with no halfsies. From one to five goes like this: hated it (1), didn't like it (2), liked it (3), really liked it (4), loved it (5).
Now on to the first movie.
this in his age when he could barely walk by the end of the first movie, which was 25 years ago?
Arnold has been away from the big screen for 10 years, keeping himself busy by
Kim Jee-Woon deserved better than being stuck with this. Let's hope the other two Korean directors fare a little better in their American debuts -- Park Chan-Wook with STOKER, and Bong Joon-Ho with SNOWPIERCER. And you too, Arnold.