Watch Meeting Evil Full Movie 2012

Movies-TV When John Fleton, a depressed suburban family man and recently fired realtor, offers to help a stranger, Richie, with his car, John is sucked into a surreal, nightmarish murder spree that forces him to question everything about his life, his mode of behavior, and the very nature of evil.Meeting Evil is a film that requires its audience to simply shut down and go along with the experience. Any outside intrusion of .mon sense immediately destroys the viewing event, leaving the picture best served to those able to swallow massive leaps in logic and sketchy characterization. Though not without a handful of sincerely intense scenes, Meeting Evil is a missed opportunity for a twisted ride with a confrontational stranger, gradually working its way to a wasteful anticlimax when the entire movie appears to be gunning for something grandiose, pitting enigmatic malevolence against the vanilla might of an average man with ordinary problems. Theres something about seeing Samuel L. Jackson with a gun and an attitude that promises more than this meager effort is willing to offer. Luke Wilson knows he plays the boyfriend a lot. It’s one of the reasons for taking on his newest acting role in the indie thriller "Meeting Evil." In the film, Wilson plays a depressed and cash-strapped family man whose simple act of kindness for a stranded stranger, proves to be a terrible mistake. That mysterious man happens to be a maniacal killer played by none other than ultimate movie bad-ass Samuel L. Jackson — and he decides to repay Wilson’s gratitude by dragging him along a grisly, gothic joyride that wracks up a seriously bloody bodycount. Moviefone spoke with Wilson about taking a break from the light, romantic roles by doing something incredibly dark with an actor who’s scary in real-life. During the conversation, Wilson reflected on the devastating failure of his and brother Owen’s first movie collaboration, why he considers "The Royal Tenenbaums" to be the work he’s most proud of and his realization that America already resembles the bizarre society in his cult sci-fi .edy "Idiocracy." I always think about it in terms of the kinds of movies I like to watch, and I like all kinds of movies. I appreciate when people ask me to do something different, cause when I first started out — I wouldnt even be thinking about it — but people would say "Boy, you sure play a lot of boyfriends!" I was doing that for years it seemed. It was one of those things I didnt even think about until people mentioned it, and I was like "Dang, I guess I have done that a lot!" I just like to work so I was doing whatever came my way. I liked the idea of doing this; it had a film noir feeling to me, "bad news shows up at the doorstep." I liked the melodramatic aspect of it. Very [Laughs]. We first met playing golf in this tournament down in Palm Springs and we wound up winning the thing together. When this came along it was nice to already know each other; you know a lot of actors, but Sam lives up to his screen image. I really respect his work ethic and hes one of those actors that really knows how to make movies. He wants to know what the shots are, he’s definitely a filmmaker and a real focused guy. Hed be trying to kill me during the week and on our days off wed be out there playing golf.When I worked with him, it reminded me of Gene Hackman. Theyre both big guys, so when a guy like that that .es up and gets into your space, its daunting. For this movie, it worked really well. Hes a great actor, and it makes it fun where you are. He is as much of an icon as Hackman; the intensity brings you into the moment, so you forget who they are. It’s probably the movie Im most proud of, in terms of doing it with Owen and Wes [Anderson] and then having all those great actors in it. It was quite a change from "Bottle Rocket." I was working on the Sony Lot last week, and I walked over to Gracie Films where we got started, and it was like going back to high school. I just got this wave of uncertainty and thats all we ever felt in terms of getting the green light on "Bottle Rocket." When we were making the movie, all we ever heard was, "The studio hates it, you guys are strange, you look strange, you talk strange." Watch free movies online Then the movie came and went in two weeks. It did get a couple good reviews and we started to hear from different people we respected; we heard Scorsese had it as one of the ten best movies of the 90s. We had it all with that movie, but it was a failure and I was devastated. I dont know about the other guys, but its hard to be proud of something that fails. No matter how good it was or how hard we worked on it, it was a failure when it came out, so that clouds everything. We did "Bottle Rocket" in Dallas and then they filmed "Rushmore" in Houston; that had Bill Murray in it, so it felt like a step up. But to be in Manhattan, making a totally different kind of movie — not kid-related or juvenile, not about fumbling criminals or a crazy kid — to be doing a more mature movie definitely felt like things were ramping up. I have be.e good friends. Hes just a funny guy and he definitely gets a kick out of, you know, dumbness. From "Beavis and Butthead" on, he just gets a kick out of people that arent thoughtful. I would always kid around with Mike saying "Theres nothing more fun than a dumbass making fun of another dumbass." We had so much fun making that, and it really is strange the people who love it. I had a weird thing happen where Guns N’ Roses were in town and I got an email from Axl Roses assistant saying that Axl had wanted me to go the show and I was like, "Thats weird, I’ve never met him." But I’ve been a fan since 1986, so we went to see the show. I was too embarrassed to go backstage, but Owen did and he said Axl was talking about how much he loved "Idiocracy."Mike is real clued into stuff that Ill see but it wont register with me — like the size of Big Gulps being so huge or when you watch the news in L.A., there are these really busty weather girls. It takes somebody like Judge whose got a real writer’s mentality to make a social .mentary on it. It made me think, "This really is like ‘Idiocracy’ where the woman’s doing the news topless." About the Author: 相关的主题文章: