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Låt den rätte komma in (2008)
This movie made me proud to be Swedish!
This was one of these movies that got the greatest reviews and was really a "have-to-see-movie". Sometimes I think you can be fooled by the people who review the movies but in this case they were all right.
For starters this movies has more of a depth than I think a lot of Vampire-movies has a lack of. Okay, I'm no big horror movie-fan but this movie was so much more. Not just slaughter without any meaning.
Also the acting was exceptional it's really hard to believe that Lina Leandersson who plays Eli is a first-time-actor. The supporting actor Per Ragnar I also think was perfect for the role and he also got nominated for the "Swedish Oscars" for best supporting actor.
All in all this is probably the best Swedish movie I've ever seen and I think a lot of people agree with me. It's also by far the best horror movie I've seen. In other words it made me proud to be a Swede! 10 out of 10 with no hesitation.
Sin City (2005)
Hmm, how many sequels do I want? - Endless many.
The best movie ever, no questions. Robert Rodriguez has found a whole new way to make film. Everything is so great about it the plot, direction, dialogue, characters, acting and it's also the handsomest movie I've ever seen. Rodriguez uses the computer technology in black and white with some paint here and there which results in an explosion of perfectness. During the two hours I never wanted it to end, I often get restless watching long movies but not this time. Every actor plays it's character exceptional, especially Mickey Rourke. Elijah Wood's character must be the coolest character by all time.
I didn't hesitate a second to give it a 10 out of 10. It took some time to realize it's greatness and I sat pondered for hours afterwards realize how great it actually was. If you haven't seen it, then do it!
Harsh Times (2005)
This movie was good, not great or superior but I really think you should see it. It was much better than I thought because I didn't expect much. It turned out to be a good movie of what I didn't think was so much of a plot.
I didn't like the "ghetto-talk" it was sometimes to much all that "dawging", dude and so on. I also thought it was a bit to predictable to see that Sylvia would hear Mike's fake-job-interview. I also think Freddy Rodriguez was a little bit uncomfortable in his character although he was very good sometimes. Christian Bale fit his character perfectly.
The ending of the movie on the other hand was one of the best I've ever seen in a movie. The fact that Bale gets killed in the ending, makes the movie even better from my point of view. That makes the movie more trustworthy.
But after all this movie is really worth seeing. I gave the film 8/10 but I would have given it 8.5/10 if that was possible.
Garden State (2004)
A pure masterpiece
This movie was a true masterpiece. I loved everything about it. Zach Braff has done a remarkable job. He made such a good picture from what I thought not so much of a story. I guy comes home to his mom's funeral and stays in his hometown for about a week. There are so many scenes that are so good and that I've watched over and over again. Both Zach Braff and Natalie Portman plays their characters very, very well. Everything in the film is so well-done, every little detail. I think the reason that I loved it is that the story is quite ordinary. It doesn't change the world, which I think is good, 'cause I've seen to many "world-changing" films lately. Both the script and the directing is wonderful.
Another thing I loved about the picture is the soundtrack. Especially in the beginning when the airplane is crashing and Zach Braff just sits as calm as the see and there's some kind of Asian music I think.
I just hope that the next picture Braff is directing, (Open Hearts) is as good as this one. P.S. Have indulgence with this comment, it's the first I've ever written.