Despite mixed reviews, I must say Clint Eastwood's latest film far surpassed my expectations. I was expecting something pretty damn special at first, given Eastwood's history with Million Dollar Baby and Gran Torino, two of my favourite films, but I must confess that critics' reactions to this film put me off a bit before I decided to finally sit down and watch this biopic.
I shan't go into too much detail, I wouldn't want to put you all to sleep,…
I'm usually reluctant to sink my teeth into any film like this, but there were a number of reasons for watching it. Well, three actually. 1) It was on the TV at the time. 2) It was the first day of my 365 Film Challenge and I'd never seen it before. 3) This was the main reason: My girlfriend insisted on it. So, I was roped into making The Princess and the Frog the first of my three-hundred and sixty…
What is it about a John Hughes film that makes you want to watch it over and over again? It's completely unpredictable, and yet so brilliant. Ferris Bueller makes me want to go back to school just so I can skip it and try all of these things, though I know that's probably impossible.
It's such a fun film! It's smooth, the acting is perfect and the characters are loveable - even the ones you aren't supposed to love. 4 and a half stars, because it doesn't quite reach a five. It lacks something... still, very enjoyable and a must watch for anyone!