Army Of Shadows (Melville, 1969)
Amazing movie about a network in the French Resistance in Nazi occupied France, the lengths they will go to and the courage they posses. The characters do things that would normally be seen as terrible, but it's what they need to do to survive and to keep their operation alive. The fact that Melville based a lot of the stuff from first hand experience only adds to it and gives it a great sense of realism, even when the characters do things that might seem a bit out there, it's fine because it's what these people were willing to do and more importantly what they had to do. Seriously stunning film, with great performances, very tense moments and very powerful in it's later stages. 10/10
Half the movie was one huge Samurai brawl. I enjoyed it.
from the moment they bring in the girl without limbs or a tongue, fuck. Awesome movie; and I looked it up, the guy they find in the forest is supposed to be a spirit of the forest (hence he comes back after getting stabbed in the neck).
I tried watching Sky Captain World of Tomorrow. It was horrible, 10 minutes in I wanted to rip my eyes out (no wonder Jolie has an eye patch on).
Pitch Perfect - I got drunk and watched it, basically it's a glee type movie but was bearable to watch. Not to mention Anna Kendrick is so fucking adorable, I would kill so many people in order to be with her.