There is a huge number of movies I have watched recently. Here is a long list of films and how much I liked them:
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Recently was a good time to sit near the TV in the evening and watch a nice movie.
So, I watched a “Rabbit Hole” 2010 about a mother (Nicole Kidman) trying to get over a loss of her child. It was a very sad but also a little bit boring movie. I have no regrets for watching it as I think. Might be the worst that could happen to a parent is a loss of your own child.
“Rabbit Hole” 2010
“A Single Man” 2010 is quite a nice movie to watch. Although it differs a lot from the movies where Colin Firth usually plays and it feels strange.
“A Single Man” 2010
“Toy Story” 1995 is a kind and touching comedy, exactly what a doctor ordered both for parents and their children. It is fun to watch, it is entertaining and it is simple a very solid peace of work by Disney.
“Toy Story” 1995
“El Secreto De Sus Ojos” (2009) or in English “The Secret in Their Eyes” is an Argentinian crime thriller, absolutely brilliant scenario. The plot actually has substance here; the characters are interesting and complicated. It is a QUALITY movie at its best. Finally it is something I can agree on with Oscar: the film won the prestigious nominee in best foreign movie.
“El Secreto De Sus Ojos” (2009)
I also watched “True Grit” 2010, another Coen brothers’ movie. A 14-year old stubborn girl is after a man who killed her father. As most of Coens’ movies, this one is also full of violence, this time in the Wild West. It was a surprise to find out Matt Damon played here as I could not recognize him at all and only at the very end looking at the actor list I saw him.
“True Grit” 2010
“Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps” 2010 so far is the worst movie I have seen this year. Boring, the characters are unbelievable, I would not miss anything for not watching it.
“Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps” 2010
There were a lot of movies I watched recently; some of them were quite good, while the others were so embarrassingly bad that you wonder why they were even filmed at first place. To the last category could be applied “Red” (2010), another hero movie with Bruce Willis which has no logical plot or any interesting ideas in it and except for the explosions and pursuit to “kill Bill” there is even nothing to remember.
“Going the Distance” (2010) can interest girls and all those who like light American romantic comedies. It was a decent one with a compulsory happy-end of course. What is your life look like when you are having long-distance relationships? How possible it is to save such relationships or maybe better to give them up?
“Going the Distance” (2010)
“Scot Pilgrim Against The World” (2010) was rather fun than weird. An interesting combination of a movie and a computer game. At least, it was a new approach to filming. The boy falls in love with a girl but in order to have a relationship he must kill her 7 evil ex-boyfriends. It is not as cruel as it sounds.
“Scot Pilgrim Against The World” (2010)
“The Prestige” (2006) is a good solid movie which tells us a story of two magicians who competed with each other. It was more than just to be the best magician. It was their life. Going more and more brutal, they go to the line where magic plays with their lives and no one knows how it is going to end up and how many hearts to destroy.
“The Prestige” (2006)
“The White Ribbon” (2009) is the most serious among all the movies I watched, obviously because of the subject it represents but also because of a specific way of filming. It is a very quiet movie with not many words at all. Author wanted to imply rather than say something. There is a typical German village in time before the First World War has started. Suddenly, succession of cruel events are happening in the village, people are confused and concerned, noone knows who is behind it all and noone would dare to imagine that their own children might be involved… Definitely a MUST watch.
“The White Ribbon” (2009)
“Precious” (2009) was a cruel, scary and dark movie, although I found it very interesting and moving, highly recommended to watch.
I watched this movie today and was extremely surprised how delicate the author tells us about the corporate life style: endless bosses, who are telling you what to do, endless memos and finally endless people who hate their jobs. It is a unique comedy and will be truly appreciated by people who stuck at work the same way.
You should look at this film as a tribute to rock n roll of 1960s and to the times when people believed that music can have a serious impact on politics and a personal life.
If you expect something more from this movie you will be disappointed, there are a lot of small plots but nothing really deep or interesting. This film should have taken not more then 100 minutes and I am not aware why the author decided to extend it to two hours as it was pretty boring to watch.
The love story but not a typical one. Boys meets girl and fall in love though she is too cruel to leave him or he is too naive to expect that happening earlier.
I don’t really think that film had something to show us about love or relationship…
I wanted to know if I am the only one who feels the same way about the film and I found this peace which shows the way I felt too:
Minute 1: some voice introduces the movie, saying that it is not a love story. Minute 2: I figured out that it is a love story. Minute 10: the movie takes a good start, promising to be something fresh, funny and original. Minute 30: It still hasn’t been either fresh, funny or original. Minute 40: I’m wondering when the story is going to unfold it’s plot. Minute 50: I’m realizing that this is the plot. Minute 60: I’m realizing that the movie isn’t going to be fresh, funny or original. The movie is starting to get on my nerves. Minute 70: I’m thinking of walking out of the cinema. Minute 80: I know I should have. I’m walking out.
I guess I have never got into this movie as I found it quite predictable and not interesting. Two teenagers from 1990s found themselves in 1950s TV show where you have loving parents and society of old fashioned behavior where everything is black and white. A pleasant life of “Pleasantville”. I really enjoyed the play with colors though.
I found this film rather boring and trivial than essential and touching.
I just finished watching “Desert Flower” (2009) and was really impressed by the film and by the Story which is even more important. It is definitely not one-those-typical-american-movies which you forget the next day. It is about life and how different it can be. It is not easy to watch but highly recommended. It is touching and cruel. A lovely movie.
I think Avatar was the most expected premier of the year. It was not easy to buy a ticket to watch the movie on an IMAX screen. What a surprise it was that I didn’t need to buy tickets ahead of time!
The cinema was full despite the fact that it was 3.30pm on Tuesday afternoon; everyone was sitting on a comfy chair in silly orange glasses waiting impatiently whilst eating popcorn and drinking soda. I broke my glasses within the first two minutes as I thought that they were extremely uncomfortable and was trying to adjust them. My advice, don’t even try to adjust them as it will not work.
Avatar appeared to be a nicely done movie with great effects and a beautiful vision of a planet, where the inhabitants live in harmony with nature and their spirit. However, the dialogs in the movie were far far away from being deep and wise. Unfortunately It was another action movie where everything blows up and no story was needed though the picture was extremely enjoyable.