I liked both of them a lot, but the second one made my girlfriend sick with all that shaky camera business in the beginning. I'm not a Matt Damon fan either, but I'm also not a Damon hater.I actually fell asleep in the theater during the last Bourne movie. I hate Matt Damon.
I dowloaded the HD trailer yesterday and it looks really cool. Actually Michael Bay is part of why I'm interested in this... not because I think his movies are intelectual marvels but rather because depite his knack for big action, I think he does have a measure of talent. I actually like The island until it desolved into mindless action for the last hour and forgot about all the interesting Ideas they brought up and then didn't develop. But I wonder how much of that is from working with Bruckheimer. I thought a lot of The Island had promise. So i'm currious to see what the results of Having Bay under Speilbergs producer hand will be as opposed to what he's done under Jerry Bruckheimer. Of course, maybe he is all action and I'll be proven wrong but I'm still curious.As a big Transformer fan I'm anxious to see it, but have a sense of "cautious optimism". Michael Bay is directing, so I am emotionally prepared for dissapointment, but have hope.
Hot Fuzz is awesome! The DVD's out fairly soon.I know it might not be for the Americans or anything, but I really enjoyed Hot Fuzz, done by the same people who did Shaun of the Dead if you've seen that. Hot Fuzz was hilarious though, didn't have a thing bad to say about it.