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I really loved it
I usually don't watch movies that have ratings under 5, but I didn't even check up on this one, I just saw it... and I really loved it! The story flows quickly and when I first saw the opening scene I wasn't expecting much, but it was totally worth it. I saw a lot of bad comments and reviews after I saw the movie, but the fact is, it is painting a picture of a reality we're living in. You can say all you want about how this movie was about Facebooking, texting, using the internet and technology, but the fact is you wouldn't even have written all of these reviews if it wasn't for the technology. It is what it is, and we can discuss about it forever, but the fact is - this is our reality. But, I think the point of this movie was that no matter how much technology takes over our lives, we need to remember that we are human and that we need to appreciate and respect each other. The reality we're living in isn't perfect, and that technology taking over isn't not that good thing, but we can't stop it from happening and we just have to use it in a good way - supporting each other with it, being there for each other and respect the values of life. I don't want to push it much further than this and write something I'll regret, but all I want to say is - don't be harsh on this one, and give it a chance. It is not actually worth the 10 (excellent) rate, it's more of an 8 or a 7, but I gave it 10 so I can compensate for the bad rating it has and maybe change someone's mind to see it and love it as much as I did.
The Dark Knight Rises (2012)
I went to the cinema to see something completely different, but my friend saw that The Dark Knight Rises is playing in 10 minutes and we thought we might ask if there are still tickets available - and we were lucky. Man, I was sooo happy that we managed to get in and see this movie. It was simply epic. Nolan is definitely the best director of our time. He managed to create a wonderful plot, with the exact amount of visual effects (no more, no less) and, of course, make a wonderful movie with a wonderful cast (I usually don't expect very much from the movies when they have too popular actors and actresses in them). I highly recommend this movie and I promise you - the end will blow your mind out! Amazing!
La cara oculta (2011)
I love watching films in general, but thrillers are my thing. I love the intense situations and the way my hands sweat while I'm watching it. But, I'm very sorry to say that I haven't watched a good thriller film in quite a while. But La Cara Oculta was a splendid dish of what I like. What would people do for love? How crazy can they become? How thin is the line between love and craziness? This is a film when the roles of good and bad change really quickly, and when you start making your own conclusions on the topic, suddenly something happens and you instantly change the course of your thoughts, seeing someone else as "the bad guy". I really, really loved this film! I think it's a great thriller and it sure kept me interested till the very end. Don't you dare miss it!
Don't let them discourage you, Angie!
Everyone's been fuzzing about this movie, reviewing it and commenting (mostly bad things) about it, so I wasn't very eager to watch it. A very good friend of mine with whom we have similar taste in books and movies told me that it was not worth the time, so I didn't bother to watch it, because honestly I don't think that it's a good thing when actors become directors, singers - actors etc... But, when I finally decided to see this film, I wasn't expecting very much and was pleasantly surprised. I enjoyed it very much. I felt it. I know that most of the audience (especially the one from the Balkan) is thinking that an American actress don't have anything to do interfering with the Balkan history, but I think that Jolie studied her subject on the matter and did an amazing job presenting it to the worldwide audience. The thing about this story being a fictional one set in war that actually occurred is also a fact that shouldn't bother the audience and stop it from enjoying this great film, because I don't think it's fair to enjoy a fictional story about Jack and Rose, two love-birds on Titanic, and criticize this well written story about Ajla and Danijel. My point is, Angelina Jolie proved herself as a great director and producer, and others who say otherwise are just not happy with this film because it touches one serious matter that is still going on in Bosnia, even though the war is over.
Beautifully brutal and intensely exciting
As a fan of the Swedish Millennium trilogy based on the Stieg Larsson's works, I wasn't very happy when I learned that Hollywood got the rights to do American version of the book. I thought that they will ruin the original film like they did with Let The Right One In. Boy, I was wrong. I wasn't expecting much when I sat to watch the American version of the book, but as the story evolved, I was mesmerized by the vision of the director, David Fincher, of the events. It was more brutal than the original Swedish film and much more intense and clearer. People could actually follow the storyline of the film without having read the book first. The flash backs of the the past were very good touch, I think. And although I still prefer Noomi Rapace as Lisbeth, I think Rooney Mara did a really great job and her performance is not one that you'll forget any time soon after you've watched the film. Noomi Rapace is darker and more manly, and Rooney Mara looks very fragile and gentle, but in spite of that she managed to look very dangerous and like a lunatic, which is something that only a great actress can manage to do. As of Mikael Blomkvist, Daniel Craig was better than Michael Nyqvist, in almost anyway. I only liked the way Michael Nyqvist managed to look like a frighten little child when he was hurt in the woods, in spite of the size of him. Daniel did managed to act that scene also good, but in his own special way. All I want to say is - WOW! I am pleasantly surprised by Hollywood and I think they did a great job making this film. It's beautifully brutal and intensely exciting. If you want trills, chills and enjoy a good story, don't you dare miss to watch this one. Definitely worth the time! Awesome job!
Great Expectations: Episode #1.1 (2011)
As a person who loves to read books, I am ashamed to admit that I've never read Charles Dickens' "Great Expectations". I've read some other of his works, but I was always trying to get to know the female classics (Jane Austen, the Brontë sisters, Ann Radcliffe) and neglected the male ones. This series has what it takes. Since I've never read the book, I'm very satisfied with how the events took place. They're not confusing and you can follow the story. The cast is great (I love Miss Havisham) and I love how they portrait the characters that Mr. Dickens created. I can't wait for the second episodes. I hope they'll keep the good work up! Cheers!
In Time (2011)
A pure masterpiece
I wanted to wait a while before I wrote this review, because when you see film as this one it's natural to be very excited and pleased with it. So, I did wait and I saw it again just to be sure, but nothing's gonna change my mind about this one. A PURE MASTERPIECE! According to me, it's better even than Inception (with all due respect to Christopher Nolan and the wonderful cast behind that legendary motion picture). I was surprised by the performance of Justin Timberlake, and I was very pleased to see Amanda Seyfried in an action film, because she usually plays in drama or thriller films. It's a very good film with a very good point and it makes you wonder all the time: What will you do if you knew you have seconds to live? Is it fair that someone has more time than someone else? How will you feel if you knew how much time you have left? How big is the cruelty of men? Can we be more greedy than we already are? This film got it all: lots of action, romance, drama and it triggers moral questions that we're all bothered by. It's not only a sci-fi film - it's a legendary classic that will go down in history. I highly recommend it to everybody.
The Most Epic Conclusion Ever
I must admit, I didn't like David Yates when he first entered the Harry Potter franchise, but this was phenomenal. I watched it and I loved it so much! It wasn't like the book, but it was better on screen that way. Very exciting, very touching (especially if you're a hardcore fan, like me) and very vivid vision of the last chapters of "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows". I cried several times, I admit it, and I would never be ashamed to say I did, because "Harry Potter" is with me more than 10 years and I couldn't have imagine that it will end so perfectly on the big screen. I loved the Tale of the Prince, the scene where Snape was hugging Lily. I loved the kiss between Ron and Hermione in the Chamber of Secrets after they've destroyed the Horcrux. I loved the final battle between Harry and Voldemort, with all the extra, exciting scenes that weren't in the book. I loved the ending scene, with the old Harry, Ron, Hermione, Ginny and Draco. Basically, I loved the whole thing so much, that this is probably my favorite Harry Potter film - EVER. I cried at the ending seeing the old faces of my favorite heroes and I cried because there's no more Harry Potter. Thank you J. K. Rowling for creating this wonderful and magical world, that will always be my second home no matter what I do, wherever I go or which other book or world I discover. Thank you David Yates for finishing my favorite film series the way they deserve it. And thank you Daniel, Emma and Rupert for being the perfect Harry, Hermione and Ron. I will love you forever. Always.
Seconds Apart (2011)
Enjoyed every scene of it!
I can't believe it! I loved this film so much! I had this like two weeks, but never bothered to watch it, until today. And I'm surprised I kept myself waiting this long! I loved the story, loved the twins, loved the girl, loved the murders! I think it's a great story, and every scene was an eye-blessing. The goth mansion and the creepy brothers with special powers were just the way they were supposed to be and I think it's the first After Dark film worth watching. I've tried watching some other After Dark stuff, but I was finding myself sleeping half way during the film. This is excellent stuff. Definitely in my Top 20! You should watch it! Amazingly stunning!
Red Riding Hood (2011)
The best film I've seen in years!
This is genius! I loved every second of it, every scene of it, every word of it! I haven't seen film that consumed me this much since... I don't even remember! Amanda Seyfried's performance was stunning as always, she's the perfect Red Riding Hood: sweet, goth, dark and just perfectly beautiful! Her soul-mate, Peter, was quite a catch as well. They make the perfect goth couple, which is something I haven't seen in a while. I liked the idea of the first Twilight film, but Robert Pattinson didn't look like a real vampire, nor Kristen Stewart was that dark to end up with a vampire. This is definitely a better Catherine Hardwicke film! I loved the plot as well, the characters and the idea of the forest and the village. I'd like to live there! This is an amazing film! A must see for every goth fan!