Well there's certainly a lot of movie here. Perhaps too much. Foreign gangsters, fated romance, conversations with ghosts, and drug induced adventures. It's extremely self-indulgent - someone was clearly working out some grief and playing into their wildest fantasies to achieve personal catharsis. The cast is an intriguing mix of former child stars Evan Rachel Wood, Shia LaBeouf, a very brief appearance from one of my favorites Aubrey Plaza, mixed with the wasted talents of veterans Mads Mikkelsen, Rupert Grint,…
I came to this movie because of the talented cast. I hoped for a heartfelt story about teenage girls' friendships, first love, and heartbreak but I wish I had read more about it first before diving in. What a boring and inept film. Let's see what it has going for it - completely unbelievable characters, contrived dramatic scenarios, dumb casting, and a lack of empathy. The plot literally revolves around two childhood friends who want to lose their virginity to…
What a conversation between Harry and Ken would sound like if they were talking about some lame person who doesn't like this movie:
Harry: So he's having a really nice time watching In Bruges?
Ken: Well, I'm having a really nice time watching In Bruges. I'm not sure it's really his cup of tea.
Harry: (Stunned silence) What?
Ken: You know... I'm not sure it's really his thing.
Harry: What do you mean it's not really his thing? What's that…
An explosion of imagination and visual ingenuity, Man of Steel manages to feel like the future of cinema and an instant classic all at once. It follows the bare bones of the source material, then injects a strong dose of modernity and eliminates the duality between Clark Kent the journalist and Superman. The early reviews for this film are polarized for all the wrong reasons. Something that's been slowly building over the last few years has finally come to a…