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Eat Pray Love (2010)
The loss of identity is a reality
The plot tells the story of a woman (Julia Roberts) who feels dissatisfied with the life she leads in all aspects, both lovingly and financially, for this reason decides to leave in an unbridled pursuit of happiness, abandoning everything in which she believed to be essential, such as marriage, work, family and friends. The wit of the movie has been applied pretty well, especially, in people who suffer from a huge dissatisfaction and, therefore, seek emotional support in everything and everyone. The incessant search for something to complete satisfactorily and benign way, brings up an evil that plagues the population nowadays how would say one speaks of the character of James Franco: So we can go through life together, unhappy, but happy not in part. Unhappiness, became something bearable and sustainable, which is completely unacceptable, because we live to be happy, above all, ourselves. I see this film very fondly because it is the kind of movie that shows how the human being is superfluous in relation to their own emotions, with their own wills, and in this respect, this film managed to reach the summit. So, for people who like movies that make reflect on useless behaviors and monotony, is a great movie, for people who like a good drama, it is a great movie, for people who like movies with great actors, it's a great movie , ie it is a great movie in virtually every aspect.
That's My Boy (2012)
A true slapstick comedy
With considerable performances, the movie tells the story of a young father seeing himself in a bad situation, goes behind the son he has not seen a long time in search of money to pay the debt he has and escape from jail. Like almost all movies of Adam Sandler, the plot is simple and with a lot of forced jokes. It's not to be impressed, considering that the actor is already know for this kind of comedy. The big surprise here, is that the movie deals with controversial issues, as: incest and rape (of a teacher with a student in the case), treating both in a funny and light way, making it a great choice for lovers of slapstick comedy and derivatives.
The Wolf of Wall Street (2013)
The (hungry) wolf of Wall Street
One more masterpiece of Martin Scorsese, it seems, like many of us, admires the work of DiCaprio. The movie tells the story of a stockbroker who does everything to delve deeply in his career behind of his dream: become rich. And when I talk everything, is really everything!He don't have scruples to trick workers who dream enrich a bit through actions. With a strong appetite for sex and drugs, the movie reveals an aspect that we all have knowledge, but very few people believe to be relevant: the rotten aspect behind so much wealth (that rarely is a clean wealth) bringing out all the mafia that exists between richest people in the world and his artifices to stay with this status.It's a frenetic movie, intelligent and well-acted surely for each of his actors,but above all, a movie that will hold your attention.