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American Physco

Great film still but certainly not a film that gets better the more times you watch it.
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Kill List (2001).

Interesting stuff. I really enjoy these types of films, interesting premise, no idea what's going to happen next or what is going on. Films that require thinking afterwards to realize stuff is cool.
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saw Amour today

Haneke has become one of the creepiest bastards alive, this was disgunting in so many levels. I knew that probably will not like it but after watching it i promise to myself not seeing a Haneke movie again.

I don't understand how this man is the same who make Funny Games
You really didn't like it then? I found it to be really powerful in some scenes. I absolutely loved the last scene (actually, might have been second to last scene). Considering the subject matter, I didn't have much of an emotional reaction to it though which was strange, because it's the type of thing that should have gotten that type of reaction out of me. It was very matter of fact and realistic, which kind of made it more 'tough' than emotional I think.

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That effect is probably because Haneke avoid everything "emotional" and just want the thing to be cerebral.

My problem is with wich you select to show and what not, i believe that avoiding every emotion and showing everything is a bad combination per-se because when you show a strong thing (like a pussy in perfume) means absolute zero. This case is worse because the subject is a delicated one



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Battleship

7/10.

Great looking stylized robots controlled by aliens and lots of straightforward action. FUN!

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RoboCop 10/10

Of course at any moment my most recently watched movie is RoboCop.
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Raid: Redemption, which was excellent.
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Warrior

Taken me a while to watch this movie, had in on my hard drive for some time. But it's one that I've been looking forward to watching, always a fan of Tom Hardy, who isn't? But thought the movie was great. Even though you could see the final coming it was great watching the action on how they got there. Also liked the interaction between the three males of the family. Great stuff.



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The Hunger Games

5.5/10.

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Prometheus

8.5/10.

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The Hobbit (2012)
Well, I loved it. Not getting the criticisms of it being overly long or dragging at all. To me there was very little down time. I enjoyed it immensely, although nowhere near the level of the LOTR trilogy (seriously, anyone who thought it was going to be as good as those wasn't thinking straight), it felt great to be back in that environment and to see characters you knew. I didn't see it in 48fps or 3D, so this is purely based on the film itself and NOT a take on those elements, which a ton of reviews seem to be focusing on, which really shouldn't be the main concern. The visuals were great, the CGI was stunning in places, especially on Gollum/Andy Serkis who provided the standout moments of the film with another amazing performance/visual effects job. Another criticism I'm not getting is the over-use of CGI, yeah, there was more than in the previous trilogy, but not so much more that it became offensive. There was a LOT in the other films anyway, and the main thing that was done here that wasn't in the others was the orks, everything else looked pretty much the same. The final scenes with Thorin and the 'Pale Orc' were pretty incredible. Freeman is so good in his role as Bilbo too I might add. There were a few things I really didn't like, such as the scenes with the 'Brown Wizard', they felt extremely unnecessary and out of a completely different film, something like Narnia. That was a scene where the overuse of CGI did bug me, but it was mostly because the entire scene didn't need to be in there. On the whole this was so much fun and so enjoyable. As a huge fan of the LOTR films, it felt great to be back in Middlearth, to hear that music, see the characters and to see the saga/story continue in prequel form. Peter Jackson's Phantom Menace this definitely is not. I was really concerned about this going in, but everything was put to rest once the 'over long, dragged out' first half turned out to be nothing of the sort for me. Loved it almost from start to finish. 8.5/10
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Chernobyl Diaries

2/10

The building up in the movie was decent. Not bad at all for a thriller when you get down to it. The flaw is when it end you're left saying THAT'S IT? The whole movie was rising action. No climax, no falling action, no anything. Not even a single kill was shown too. It didn't have to be a gore splattered film, but with this type of deal you'd expect to see a little blood, right? Decent plot. Poorly executed.

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Moonrise Kingdom

8/10

Ah. This was fun. Makes my top 10 on the year, so far. Great cast of actors surrounded the two wonderful kids of which the story was centered around. They were phenomenal, imo. Very convincing roles. You bought into the love. I know I did. And it ended up with me loving this. Offbeat and lovely.

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John Carter

0/10

the dumbest movie you can see all year. Without a doubt. Cheesy acting, random CGI effects for the hell of it, the works. Only thing I liked was the random BRYAN CRANSON cameo. (he's in every movie nowadays) I can't believe this was a book.

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