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Pacino. Deniro. The greatest crime film of all time.
This film is perfect in every way, the acting is superb from two of the best actors Pacino and Deniro. At a running of nearly 3 hours it seems to zips along nicely.
Val Kilmer does the usual " Val Kilmer '' performance that's look pretty and gormless at the same time.
For the first time Pacino and Deniro share screen together not including Godfather Part II, in witch there in completely different time zones.
I couldn't believe it didn't recognize at the Academy awards because it should have won everything under the sun.
The Town (2010)
Affleck gets the ''heat''
First off, before I saw this I expected it to be a big joke being directed by Ben Affleck. I was DEAD WRONG this film is brilliant and its up there alongside Michael Mann's Heat.
The performances are excellent and Oscar worth especially from Affleck, Lively, Renner and the late Pete Postlethwaite. It's a surprise it got only one Oscar nomination because its the best film of 2010, its far better than the overrated King's Speech.
It owes a lot to Heat and Dog Day Afternoon as a bank heist film and has a very similar storyline to Heat. Think what you'll like about Ben Affleck like him or hate him, he's the next Clint Eastwood.
The Rocketeer (1991)
Nazis, Good Guy, Fit Girl=The Greatest Superhero Film Ever Made
This is the greatest superhero film ever made, not just by Disney, but by anyone. It's about a man who finds a rocket and decides to become a superhero-this is what kids films should be about! As well as this, it has everything an action film should have, explosions, girls and Nazis, with Jennifer Connolly playing a role that decided my sexual preference. When it came out in cinemas it didn't make much money, but this would have been due to its release date falling on the same day as Terminator 2, a surefire problem you would have thought Disney would try to avoid. Had the film been released earlier, I firmly believe it would have been a much bigger Box Office success, (and then made into a trilogy), not only because of the spectacle of Jennifer Connolly's ample bosom, but also because of the quality of action, adventure and childish wonderment that the Rocketeer provides.
Captain Pro America
Captain America is one of the worst film ever!!! Chris Evans is wooden as CA and only got the part because of his muscles. his outfit looks like its made out of cotton.
Hugo Weaving makes a lame red skull who looked like cross between Michael Jackson and the mask his German accent is insulting, offensive and bogus German accent The action sequences are nothing special and boring, they'll make you feel sleepy.
the only good thing in it is Tommy Lee Jones and his wise cracking one liners.
I can see why this will be a massive hit in America because it makes Americans believe they are the greatest nation on the planet, when they're not.
Inside I'm Dancing (2004)
Terrible, and very inaccurate
A glorified version of cerebral palsy, I know for a fact that disabled people do not act like this, being disabled myself, and no disabled guy is a wimp, the story is pointless and dull. I also find the acting to be poor and it a shame that they could not cast anyone with cerebral palsy in a role. Personally, I think James Mcavoy would only have taken the character of Rory O'Shea in a vain attempt to clutch an Oscar, and found comfort in his poor level of acting throughout the film preventing him from achieving so. Overall, I would not recommend this film to anyone, and should you want a far more realistic, (and entertaining), story about cerebral palsy then I would advise you to watch Jim Sheridan's 'My Left Foot', which includes an Oscar-winning performance from Daniel Day-Lewis that completely outshines any of the acting in 'Inside I'm Dancing'.
Green Lantern (2011)
Well, I loved it.
This film is a highly underrated masterpiece, fast paced, fun and true to the comic. The cast is almost right, though they should have used somebody more serious for the lead than Ryan Reynolds, Sam Worthington perhaps. Blake Lively makes a sexy helpless heroine and Peter Sarsgaard does a fine job as a creepy bad guy, albeit one covered in makeup. All in all this deserves to be up there with Superman II, Dark Knight and the first two Spidermans. I really do hope they'll ignore the critics and box office revenue to make a second one, as I feel one of the reasons its flopped is because many people who have watched it had never read the comic beforehand, meaning it was harder to pick up some parts of the plot.