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Wicker Park (2004)
Wow- 10 years missing out on an amazing film.
I saw this movie in a hotels HBO - more out of bore dome than anything else. But boy was this a fantastic surprise. I enjoyed this movie so much that I rated it 10/10 because it has such a captivating story. I don't think Matthew Lilliard or Josh Hartnett are such amazing actors, but in the roles they played, they did quite well. Diane Kruger did a very good job, but Rose stole the show. She really made me want her to get hit by a bus being such a conniving and treacherous feline. I won't give any spoilers away other than the one I just did, I will say that I will definitely watch this movie with my wife and I'm sure she will love it. I certainly hope you enjoy it as I did.
Jûsan-nin no shikaku (2010)
One of the best I've seen..
This movie has an immense amount of depth for a movie of it's genre. There are many things about this movie that motivated me to rank it as I did. Starting with the acting - from the main characters, their roles, words, facial expressions, movements - done with such sincerity. Honest, real emotions. It gives you a glimpse into a world where honor is defined and mutated by the hearts of men. One Samurai, honors and views his position as a guardian of the people, able to see, comprehend, and act upon injustice. And the other Samurai? His heart is not towards the people, but has, as I've said mutated into an honor, that seemingly cloaked in the traditional honor of serving and protecting his lord, is really mutated into a self-serving, blinded existence that could potentially be his downfall. Who knows? Who triumphs in this movie? Be prepared to be surprised on many levels! The swordplay is bar none in my opinion. The landscape genuine, with fantastic cinematography. As many movies in this genre, there are moments of 'over-the-top' exclamatory remarks that often typify a Shogun/Samurai flick, this just keeps reminding you that an American producer with more eye for gore than plot is NOT at the helm of this ship. This movie has it all for me. It has a plot, a story line that will have you remembering the 7 Samurai, The Magnificent 7, and a little of the A-Team, but done so in a remarkable fashion, executed in a classical, raw, well orchestrated fashion. I will watch this again. I will undoubtedly see more to this movie then, than now. And that will be a treat unto itself. If you are a fan of the Samurai/Shogun genre of film. Watch this. pop the popcorn or whatever, but don't drink too much because you will not want to get up, even for a bathroom break on this one!