Black Jack and "Be Kind,Rewind"

@deebomb (15323)
United States
May 24, 2009 4:46pm CST
I always wait until a movies has been put on DVD before I watch it. I find theaters to be uncomfortable after a short time. Besides when they come out on DVDs I can watch the movie over a few time if I find I like it well enough before returning it to the store. Today I watched "Be Kind, Rewind" with Jack Black and Mos Def. It was a good clean movie and was very (I want to say cute but thats not the right word) maybe funny is better. I do recommend it as a family movie as there isn't any violence, s3x or nudity for a change. Have you seen it? What do you thing of it. I have also seen Jack Black in "School of Rock". I didn't think I would like School of Rock but was pleasantly surprised by it.
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@cuttyrish (2663)
• United States
24 May 09
same with me, i also wait for the dvd version or just watch it in the tv through cable, like HBO.. I have watch Be Kind, Rewind, and its funny.. It's very funny, but it has also some nice documentary about Fats Weller in it... I also like the idea of making your own movies from the original ones.. And alot of people are also doing like what they did in some sites like youtube, i just search "sweded" in youtube and got alot of people who make their own videos from popular movies, the same from Be Kind, Rewind...
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@deebomb (15323)
• United States
24 May 09
They do make swededing look like fun. I'll have to check out you tube to see what they are doing. I thought the sweded movies they were doing were great.
• United States
25 May 09
i prety much just tolerated that movie.. it wasnt all i thought it was gonna be... the sweeded movies were the best part!! the entire movie shoulda just been them remaking movies... the fats waller or w/e story line just held down the movie.. i was unimpressed...only maybe 5 good laughs.. sucked otherwise.. sry lol
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@deebomb (15323)
• United States
26 May 09
Sorry you didn't care much for the movie. but the good thing is we don't all have to like the same things
@wendywhy (64)
• United States
26 May 09
I liked the movie, especially the parts where they were sweding the movies. The end was unfortunate though--it left me wishing for a happier ending. I thought all of the characters were well played. I like going to the theatre--I don't go very often though because I don't know anyone else who likes to go as much as I do.
@deebomb (15323)
• United States
26 May 09
I agree the sweding of the movies is the best part. i did however enjoy the way they did the Fat's Waller documentary. I guess it would be called very low budget.