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Batman & Robin doesn't look so bad eh?
Honestly, I had to watch this because I am a fan of Batman. But seriously, this movie is terrible. It spat in the face of the real character created by DC comics and it's a shame for the world of superheroes. First of all, the special effects are awful, there's no way that the real Catwoman makes all those climbs and jumps exactly like Spider-man does. And by the way, the references to the spider-man movies are obvious and though it is a totally different character from another comic book. WHY??? Secondly, the acting is terrible. Not only Halle Berry, but for me the guy who plays the cop is the worst. I don't remember so far having seen a single emotion on his face and he just doesn't look like a real cop on the first look. So overall I could bring so many bad things about this movie but I'm just gonna say that the plot is just uninteresting and the story boring. There you go, that's my review.
beautiful, honest, perfect
An amazing show. I just can't say anything else. For a concert that my favourite band plays and plays almost all the song from not their best album, it's still a perfect show. I already rated Chaos in motion a 10, but the only thing I didn't like with CIM is that it's not one single concert. Live at Budokan is one. And what a show! James Labrie's voice is fantastic. John Petrucci's talent is unbelievable. Mike Portnoy's drumming is breathtaking. Jordan Rudess fingers are invisible to human eyes with the speed he plays the keyboard and John Myung...well, it's John Myung. There you go. I just described the band Dream Theater through all their discography. And through the set list of this show as well. Live at Budokan, a must see for fans of metal, progressive rock and maybe even classical music. Watching this show just makes me so peaceful inside of me... See you guys, I'm going' to buy the DVD!
Eastern Promises (2007)
Eastern promises, by David Cronenberg. I think that this movie is MUCH better than history of violence, which I found kind of disappointing. I don't know, I just found some similar points with those two movies because both are with Viggo Mortensen, both are extremely violent and both are by the same director. Anyway, the story is totally different in both movies. Actually, I just found it way more interesting. The story of a family and all the bad stuff happening inside of it, with a front story of one girl having a baby and a doctor saving the baby... OK, maybe I just like Naomi watts, ha ha. But this movie's got something a lot better to offer: the visual. I don't know, it attracted me. I think that the photography, the cinematography, the camera shots, the scenes in general, are just amazingly perfect. The scenes show so many details that usually filmmakers wouldn't care about and would cut it off of the movie. But not David Cronenberg, this director has a lot of talent, definitely. Go see it. If you don't like it, it's fine, I understand that. It's not the best movie of the year, but one of them in my opinion. Also, this movie got my attention concerning specific aspects that I care about when I watch movies, and this, my friends, is something that depends of every person.
The Thing (1982)
some masterpiece pops out in the 80s
the only words that pops in my head after seeing this is sci-fi and horror, and of course, the thing. This is probably my favourite horror film. why? because I think the idea is simply genius. A bunch of men going somewhere in Antarctica and some creature just randomly appears in the base. OK, starting like this doesn't make that movie look any good, but the rest of the film is just so powerful. The screenplay, the actors, the plot, the intrigue, the fact that we always want to know what will happen next...all those elements make this film a true masterpiece. Why, why in hell most of the recent horror films just don't get even close to this and just keep being bad? I'm actually watching the remake of The Thing. I'm about half of it and think it's pretty good but my guess is that it's not gonna be better than the original. Plus, I find the character that Kurt Russell plays very interesting. And by the way I find this actor very flexible in his roles. Very good actor. The Thing, by John Carpenter. A must see.
Cassandra's Dream (2007)
It might have been hard for Allen to do something as good as Match Point, but even if Cassandra's Dream is not better, it is still a very enjoyable and entertaining movie. This is a Woody Allen film, no chance of being wrong with that. Just watch the way it is filmed, the beginning, the dialogues, you'll see that this is TOTALLY Woody Allen. Except that the main characters are not Woody himself and another female character, but two male characters. I guess this is not Allen's cup of tea to do that, but he did it quite successfully. Though Colin Farrell is not my favourite actor, at the opposite, I think Ewan McGregor is a much better one. But I think this film is still a very good movie even if not better than Match Point. The story stays very interesting, the actors are very good and the climax is just breathtaking, in my opinion. Another good Allen movie, keep going!
Match Point (2005)
This movie, a while after it was released, became one of my favourite. This is also the first movie I saw by Woody Allen and my favourite actress plays in it. At first look, the screenplay might look like so-so or not quite original. But I think that everybody was surprised after seeing the whole two hours. That's what happened with me. I rented, started it and I just couldn't pause it until the end. I was just totally absorbed by the story and I was always asking myself : oh my god, what's gonna happen next?, every single minute. That is exactly what I'm looking for in the movies and very few of them can do that. This is certainly the best film by Woody Allen. Now, everybody's gonna say: nope! nope, it's Annie Hall. Well, I wasn't so much amazed after seeing Annie Hall than Match Point. This film is awesome because it made me think for a long, long time after seeing it. And I watched it about a dozen times and I still enjoy it! And also, the actors are just great. Even if Jonathan Rhys-Meyers didn't get a lot of prize for this role, I still think that his performance was awesome. Plus, this film shows perfectly the lifestyle of wealthy Britain people, which I love. And the music, Oh! the music. So perfect, just so melodic, enjoyable, classic. A real true masterpiece.
give me back the last hour and half of my life
One of the worst movie ever. Period. That should be the title of the film. I haven't seen the original. But I saw the remake, which was still bad but not the worst thing ever. Anyway when you see a low-budget movie with bad actors, crappy shooting and boring action scenes you know that there is no real purpose of making such a film. Well though that's the case of the Hitcher 2, you start reading the ''directed by...'' at the end and then you ask yourself: what did I learn from this? Well nothing, nothing at all my friend. You just wasted your time seeing this crap.
This movie is bad. Don't watch it. To avoid at all cost.
Død snø (2009)
Nazi zombies? what the hell?
Well, before I start saying anything bad, I think this is a quite funny movie. Really, you see so much blood and gore and killing in this film that it's obvious that it just can't be serious. Well I guess that's a problem I have with movies, because I enjoy more serious movies. I do can appreciate funny action-violent movies but this? I really laughed at some scenes in this film but overall I just think it sucked. Seriously the acting is the worse I've seen in a LONG time, and this is something I notice a lot in movies. I don't know very much the good Norwegian actors but they should have get a phone call at least to save this film. Nope, it looks like they just took some random people who are so NOT in their roles of medicine students. The way some of the scenes are shot is just pathetic. It's obvious that at the final cut they just wanted us to see the gore and the blood splashing everywhere. That is NOT what I want to see, not in a movie with such a topic like Nazi zombies. It looks like they tried to put some mystery in the screenplay, to frighten us and to intrigue us with all the story told by the old guy in the cabin. Well my friend, this is a total failure. I yawned the whole time in the film (except the funny parts, which are not so funny at the end). The screenplay is terrible. And the zombies are just ridiculous, in fact they don't really look like zombies in my opinion. Watch this for a Friday night, drunk or high, with friends, when you DON'T want to watch a movie that'll make you think. Then you'll probably have a lot of fun. But otherwise to avoid at all cost.
vampires took control over humans
I know that a lot of people liked this movie, but it is not my opinion. At first, this movie interested me because I thought the idea was good. Automatically when I knew that this movie was about vampires finding a solution to their problem which is that they ran out of humans, so then blood, in a modern period of time, I just wanted to see it as soon as possible. Plus, there were great actors playing in it: Sam Neil and Willem Dafoe. And at least their acting is good. But I was really disappointed at the end. I just thought that this movie was made in a row. Some scenes could have been shot in a way better angle of camera, for example. And some of them were just totally useless which could have been replaced by something better. That's the feeling I got after seeing it. The action scenes are just bad and boring. I almost yawned when the two brothers were attacked by a vampire in the house. And the so-called pursuit scene? I think the guy who filmed that should have watched the Jason Bourne trilogy or Drive before shooting a car pursuit. And finally, with the solution the vampires find to resolve the problem...it is the worst part of the movie. When I saw that my reaction was: no...really?! I got SO disappointed. And automatically this part led to a worse climax of the film. At the limit, if you're a vampire film fan, I would say that MAYBE you'll like it but otherwise don't waste your time or money on this.
There could be so much more...
This film is the kind of film that has a very interesting topic and a very original idea, but leaves us with a certain feeling of disappointment and that we wished more. The way it is filmed, the dialogues, the characters and the actors are pretty much standard, not original. I'd say the first half of the movie is even uninteresting. Another bad point is the music I'd say, which is just omnipresent in the movie. And this is one of the aspects of the movies (especially American ones) that annoys me. When it looks like they try to control our emotions by putting dramatic music in the action scenes and quiet tunes in love scenes. I hesitated a long moment if I would put a six or a seven on this movie. Because I just love the plot and the second half of the movie. At this point the story gets so much interesting and mysterious. I think they could have done a way, way better film with this plot. Oh and by the way the ending is just ridiculous, when they hold their hands and kinda 'pray', I was like: oh my god, this is just WRONG..