The Zero Theorem tells the history about a man searching for the meaning of life. Cubicled in front of a big video game like screen, Qohen Leth is a paranoid, schizophrenic, hypersensitive math genius who's got no social interactions, living by himself in an abandoned church.
This shows us that religion has no use for the answer he's looking for. This journey is science-driven, with an unsolvable puzzle on the way. The big corporation stays on his back, controlling and…
Argo, a movie based upon true events that shouldn't be kept a secret... This movie, from start to finish, was AMAZING.
The storyline for this movie "traps" the viewer in and holds you for the duration of the movie. I would undoubtedly watch this movie again and recommend anyone who hasn't seen this, to watch it.
"Don't you just love old music?"
"Things sound so much better on vinyl."
Actual lines of dialogue spoken in this movie. Fuck you, you self-absorbed, pretentious douchebags.
Half a star each for the three leads, who I thought delivered competent performances despite the material they had to work with.