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the greatest performance of all time, plus it was like the play Wicked in real life
I loved it!!! I can easily it's one of my favorote if not my FAVORITE movie of all time, and my favrittoe performance too. I was blown away with the talent I never thought that Charlize Thereon had. Her portrayal pf Aileen Wuornos was AMAZING. I can easily say that she was such a bad-ass, she really truly was a bad-ass. But it didn't just stop there. This is one of the most emotional characters that the movies have ever given us.
Now I know I've only been talking about the performance in the movie and not the movie itself, so now I'll talk to you about that. This story is so heartfelt and emotional as it is intense. I could easily relate to both the characters by Charlize Theron, and Christina Ricci. I felt I was there with them every minute, and I was always hoping that there love would work out. You'll love them both, even if you're against gays. They honestly truly remind me of Glinda and Elphaba from Wicked. As a matter of fact this movie kind've reminds me of Wicked. Charlize Theron plays the girl that nobody ever talks to, and Christina Ridding is a little more glassy than her, and very soon they develops a connection. Although in this movie, instead of just being friends, they fall in love which to me is way more beautiful.
So yeah. I really think everyone should see this movie UNLESS you have a problem with profanity because the F-word is used CONSTANTLY. But other than that, there's not a single thing wrong with this movie.
The Possession (2012)
A tiny bit scary but mainly everything you hate about horror movies
I saw this movie the Saturday night it came out in theaters. I remember that night being sort of terrified, and for a while thought that was a really great scary movie. But now, looking back on it, and taking time to watch it again, I've completely changes my mind. The one compliment I'll give this movie is that it had a quite a chilling and unsettling atmosphere to it. That was the only thing that was good about it. I honestly can say that this movie was still trash. It has everything in it that causes people to hate horror movies. Stuff like this: A nice little kid gets an object. In this object is apparently someone or something living that only they can see and talk to and we are implied that this thing is evil and that the kid doesn't know. Then the kid starts developing a bad attitude either before or after he/she tells their parents about their little friend who tells them to do things. Then of course the kid gets worse and either the kid gets possessed or the evil thing tries to hurt the family either way it always feels like it's been used before. Sadly, I have to be honest with everyone and let you all no that this movie was an extreme case of all those creepy demon child clichés. Can't Hollywood just think a little bit about how horrible a movie is before they throw it in everyone's faces to make a couple bucks with some piece of trash that ultimately turns into nothing? Is it too much to ask movie makers and all those people to think it through before they waste peoples time again?!? INSULTING.
if only modern horror was more like this
It was so crowded when I went to go see this movie. So many people were laughing and whispering. That wasn't a problem at all. Its just one of those horror movies where something pops up out of nowhere making you scream... and then everyone starts laughing. But it was a well done ghost/monster story that won't make you fall asleep, trust me. In fact I was unhappy because it felt a little short to me. The mama thing is very gritty looking and whenever she would appear everybody in the theater would start freaking out. How much screaming there was made it similar to the paranormal activity commercials. Lots of suspense moments especially when Jessica Chastain's character would walk towards the closet. Its also a very original story and if you are familiar with Guillermo Del Toro then you should see it. Just because the mama is computer generated doesn't also mean it sucks. Mama proves that.