The opening ten minutes are terrible, but this movie becomes fairly involving once the main character's Uncle shows up.
Stoker is full of mystery and odd interactions between relatives, normal to the human condition. The main character is in transition from teen to adult, which informs her curiosity about nearly every principle brought into this movie.
May not stick the landing with a lot of people.
Find birthday presents
Hidden in your inner code
Best to do it soon
Watched a movie last night that I complimented by saying that it was always trying to confuse the audience, let them catch up, then confuse again.
This movie never lets anyone in on rules or what exists and what doesn't. It just confuses. Forty minutes in, with poorly written dialogue and sequences that jump back and forth in time, Oculus had absolutely no grip on me. I didn't care.
The acting by twenty-something redhead and Taylor Lautner's little brother was…
Loved the style of this one. All of the turns and odd positioning to make characters face left/right were well choreographed and had me way into it.
Enemy confuses the viewer on purpose, but makes them think that they understand around seven or eight times...only to rip the understanding away. This should be taught places. (It is)
I, myself, am pretty sure I understand the ending. The unfortunate truth is that my personal dissection leads to the finale being an…
I hate rating documentaries. Most just give information, with little intention of making a story out of it.
This documentary doesn't really have a story, but does a great job of of talking around many different facets of the home video boom.
This covers technology, independent filmmaking, the rental stores, selling through eye-grabbing cover art, the adult industry, obsessed current day collectors, etc.
They even speak with Japanese filmmakers about how Japan/Asia were impacted around the same time.
One of those movies where I could tell it was based on a book, without even knowing that it is. It has problems flowing naturally, like a film should.
Add hammy acting (children, ugh) and confused ideas about the message behind itself...and the film just becomes sleepy.
When an option claims
Your freedom of expression
You steal from yourself
Nothing interesting happens in this movie that has many action scenes.
Too many characters, so it doesn't entirely know what it's doing.
I have already stopped patronizing Madea. Why do I keep watching Jason Statham's movies?
It will be okay
Don't worry, token black guy
Jason will save us
Compelling portrait of the working man. The first half is incredible. Second half goes down an interesting path that is consistent with tone/character, but not uncommon to the action/thriller genre.
A must-see if you enjoyed The Place Beyond The Pines.
Christian Bale is one of the best actors out there today.
Nose to the grindstone
Will grind everything away
Nobody wants that
Smooth film about a man selling others on what is important in life, only to find himself questioning every facet of his own.
This is solid in almost every category a movie has, you've just seen it before. Watch it again, like I did.
Hard not to get hurt
Oil on your pathway restricts
Freedom of movement