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Old 11-07-2010, 03:22 PM   #37
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Originally Posted by HumanHorrorFilm View Post
BtB, i am shocked and almost appalled you havent seen American Psycho before. Patrick Bateman is the definition of a great movie character, haha.

If you don't mind, i would like to hear some non spoilerish details on Monsters. Very curious to see it, as it looks in the vein of cloverfield/diary of the dead in how its shot.
I am surprised I missed American Psycho. I watch so many movies. i would like to read the book next.

Monsters has a love theme, but despite some of the reviews, is not a pure love story. The main characters aren't all spit and polished, Harvard graduate scientists, etc., like in so many movies. They stink and sweat and drink too much at times.

I thought the acting was very good. It's not a hand held camera movie like Cloverfield, which I liked. I hated the fact that Cloverfield was shaky.

I would definitely say it's worth a watch. I was entertained.
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