This year's John Green adaptation is hard to compare to last year's brilliant The Fault In Our Stars, because it deals with powerful characters, only at a lesser level this time around.
The performances from Nat Wolff and Cara Delevingne are excellent, but their relationship just isn't as strong as the one we saw between Shailene Woodley and Ansel Elgort. Still, Green explores honest stereotypes, a heartfelt story about growing up that teaches you not to judge somebody because of…
I was annoyed about the trailer for this film, ruining one of the biggest scenes in the film, but there was still a lot of story left to be told.
Jake Gyllenhaal's transformation is amazing, as is his performance.
Southpaw tells a fantastic story about hopelessness but also of redemption, and is surprisingly touching for brutal it is at times, as well.
I had a disclaimer here but everybody went off telling me how wrong I was anyway, so scrap that, you'll just have to deal with it.
First of all, I like Kubrick's films, love some of them in fact, but I can't even pretend to like this one. It was heavy breathing and scenes of nothing (pretty nothing, but nothing nonetheless) against epic music, or sometimes even just a creepy choir, for 140 minutes straight. I very nearly fell asleep…
I was told beforehand that this was a love it or hate it film, and that there was no in between. Well I don't agree with any of the negative reviews, so it turns out that I'm one of the few that love it.
Firstly, I don't know why everybody is going on about the huge emphasis on rape for. There is a focus, yes, but nothing is ever shown, if it even happens at all, as it is all…