Hey, Little Troublemakers.
When I heard about this film, it had my curiosity - it now has my attention. But it seems our mutual friend, Tarantino, has a flair for the dramatic because...
Damn, I ripped my bag. All right, for the rest of the review we are going to go without bags on our heads. But next time, we will do the bags properly.
Anyway...this film is DAWESOME (The D is silent, hill-billy's). I mean, what's not to like?…
DiCaprio proves once again that he is one of the finest actors of this generation.
Scorsese proves that he is 71 years young. His previous film was Hugo....a children's movie.
Margot Robbie proves that hamana hamana hamana hamana.....
Casting was brilliant and supporting actors didn't miss a beat.
Fantastically insane, comedic and outrageous. Wolf of Wall Street is a great film - go see it. Although some scenes probably could have been cut short or cut.
The Hulk was cool.
If you enjoy other films like these, you will definitely like this. If you were somewhat luke warm on them you will probably find this somewhat simplistic and poorly developed. It isn't all that suprising or unpredictable - it's exactly what you think it is.
The villain isn't great and neither are his minions. I feel like I should've been caring when Manhattan was getting destroyed - but I didn't. A major city being destroyed is…
I really enjoyed this film - a very satisfying end to the batman trilogy under Christopher Nolan. The main problem with the film was that they tried to pack too many ideas into the film. All good ideas, which is probably why Nolan had a problem cutting some of them. But because the film had so many ideas, it didn't fully develop all of them.
The action set-piece with the plane at the very beginning of the film is one of the best I've ever seen.
A very good rom-com-drama. The writers capitalise on awkward humor very well, with the 'crazy' Pat and 'self-loathing' Tiffany. Whenver they are together on screen, there is atypical chemistry, which is completely invigorating.
Lawrence is fantastic - proving that she can bring her acting to an adult film. Cooper is not a pretty boy in this one, he is messed up and plays it so well.
De Niro and Weaver are fantastic in supporting roles - and De Niro may…
Just like The Fighter and Silver Linings Playbook, it is a good film with great actors holding together a solid plot that has been shat on by David O Russell in his desperate attempt to get a Best Picture Oscar.
Delightfully quirky, yet completely unrealistic, characters. Stays away from any danger, seriousness or controversy. It just feels too light in the end - never had to squirm in my seat, never felt like the "mafia" posed any real danger, never…
Sweet, hilarious and quirky.
There is nothing quite like a good Wes Anderson film - There is a certain way that the characters talk in the Moonrise Kingdom universe (Anderson universe as a whole). I thought all the actors nailed it.
My favourite scene is the one where the two kids are on the beach - I won't go any further to avoid spoilers. But that scene is just so sweet and so innocent.
A truly fantastic film.
Ben Affleck, argo fuck yourself.
Seriously though, this film is a solid well-acted, well-written thriller/drama. They made the story very cinematic but went for the "FUCK YEAH AMERICA" thing way too much. I can see now why it is going to contend for Best Picture.
So many scenes are just there for the sake of trying to get the audience on the edge of their seats or trying to make us feel for Affleck's character. This film is very ho-hum,…
The Master is a really pretty film. Pretty and thought-provoking.
Stunning cinematography and astonishing performances by all three of the main actors. Joaquin Phoenix changes everything about himself and fully absorbs into the role, his facial structure, the way he talks and the way he carries himself is great. Hoffman is just fantastic and Amy Adams is absolutely phenomenal - her tight jaw and calculating stare was so awe-inspiring. Her level of power she holds over the Master is fantastic…