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The Changeling (1980)
One of the most well thought out chilling ghost stories ever.
This movie grabs hold of you in the first minute and doesn't let go until the end credits. Terrific acting, cinematography, scares, ideas, twists, EVERYTHING. Everything looks great and the outlay of the house drives the story in more than one way. You feel for Scott's character and every time something happens your heart stops dead. The scene where George c. Scott returns home after tossing his deceased daughters toy ball off a bridge is terrifying, you know something is going to happen and it does , he opens his door and the same ball bounces down the stairs to rest at his feet. Every time the ball hit a step you could hear the sounds of the ghost slamming his fist on the side of the tub where he died. Cilling indeed. This is film- making at its absolute best. Watch the Changeling and be prepared to experience the greatest ghost story to be filmed to this day.
Attack the Block (2011)
100% fun violent entertainment
Attack the Block tells the story of a gang caught in the middle of an alien invasion at their apartment block. That description alone tells you this movie is meant to be viewed as a fun monster movie in the vein of John Carenter's classics. The monster are amazing and had the most interesting designs in the past few years. Pitch black with blue neon teeth? Count me in! Their accents take time to get used to but don't draw away from enjoying the movie. These characters go from being common criminals to becoming heroes in their own rights and reaching redemption. This is not meant to promote gang violence or gangs themselves. Enjoy it for what it is and have a blast.
A dark re-imagining of the 1954 classic
Gareth Edwards Godzilla is a powerful building film that goes for the same tone of the original. Godzilla himself looks impressive with his larger build and more bear like face. His opponents: the MUTOs are also well designed (sort of an alien beetle). This movie has garnered criticism that honestly aren't well though out. 1. Godzilla isn't in enough of the move, Again this is along the lines of the original which hid the monster even more so than in this. 2. Bryan Cranston wasn't in enough either. This is not a criticism, his character was in it for 30 minutes, so that's how long he was in it 3. Aaron Taylor-Johnson's acting was terrible. His character is an emotionally withdrawn character who witnessed a tragedy and then delt with his obsessive father for the next 19 years. 4 No strong females. Again, not a criticism, there was no need for one, not every movie needs one, it's a Godzilla movie just enjoy it.