I enjoyed it. I thought it was worth my money. Co-writer Joss Whedon is, I believe, responsible for the movie being so awesome. It's like playing on that horror cliche of, ya know, the cabin in the woods, hence the title. Except it's clearly self aware. The characters are still making stupid decisions but they pretend as if there's reasons why those stupid decisions are happening. And the end is a clusterfuck of awesome. Most satisfying ending and definitely one of the more original movies I've seen in quite some time.
It was awesome.
Julianne Moore did a great job of playing Sarah Palin. Ed Harris, really good casting as John McCain. From the right angle, he looked exactly like him, and I have no complaint about Julianne Moore's transformation into Sarah Palin.
The only comment I could make about John McCain was that his voice was kinda off for Ed Harris.
But it was fucking great.
If you think that American politics is as hilariously entertaining as I think it is, because I think it's a fucking joke, then go watch it, and it's pretty awesome
It is awesome.
I Liked for reasons that not many people would like a movie for. Particularly hilarious Nicolas Cage screaming and taking drugs. It was a lot like "Crank", particularly because it's made by the same directors of "Crank" and like "Crank" it is self-aware. If you walk into this movie taking it way too seriously, you're probably not gonna enjoy it. All of the animation in it was a lot better than the first movie. In the first…
It is alright.
It is funny and some parts were actually kind of, like, really hilarious. Some parts were kinda awkward, but it's supposed to bed awkward, It's alternative humor. Okay, so basically it's one of the more original movie I've seen in my life. That doesn't make it fantastic, even though I thought it was really funny.
It's hard to describe. It's not for everybody. You might just shoot yourself in the face, but I really liked it. And they made exactly the movie they wanted to.