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Garden State (2004)
A great film one that i'll never get sick of.
I love this movie so much. The characters, the story, some of the shots are really awesome. You wouldn't think Zach Braff was a first-time director, but he is with Garden State and quite frankly I'm excited to see if he has any other projects under his sleeve. For now though I will have to settle for the greatness that is Garden State. Great cast (Zach Braff, Natalie Portman, Method Man, Peter Sarsgaard(who is one of my favorite actors and is very underrated)). Great soundtrack too (I might start listening to The Shins). My advice watch this movie and see how you like it. I know I loved it a lot a great piece of indie art at it's finest. A job well done Zach Braff.
What a piece of art.
Wow! What a piece of art. It is so captivating and unique in a way that I can't even begin to explain, but will try for the well being of whoever may read this. First off I love Jim Carrey in this role. I find his serious roles to be some of his best. You compare this film to his comedies (like Dumb and Dumber, Liar Liar, Me Myself and Irene) and you realize the maturity in his acting as compared to his usual genre. Other than Jim Carrey we have a great cast comprising of Kate Winslet, Kirsten Dunst, Elijah Wood, and Tom Wilkinson. I might go as far as to say that this is the best Jim Carrey film I have ever seen. Not to say I don't like his comedies, but his acting is very refined and proves he is not bound by one genre of film.
The Dreamers (2003)
A fine piece of film exotic and intoxicating
You would think that the city of lights would make for a film set among many Parisian locations. However the only major landmarks we see in the film are the Eiffel Tower and the Louvre other than that the majority of the film takes place in Theo and Isabelle's apartment. The graphic nature and scenes in this film show how far Bertolucci will go to create a great film. The relationship between the three characters is one of love. Not only between Matthew and Isabelle or Theo and Isabelle, but between all three characters. The love scene in the kitchen. The masturbation scene (which I am sure secured it's NC-17 rating, that and the nudity). All in all a great piece of not only film, but art in general.