★★★★★ Fucking Amazing
★★ Not Good
½ Fucking Terrible
If you were a kid in the late seventies and early eighties, you could definitely relate to this movie in one way or another. Long before the advent of Cell phones and personal computers, a time when you went to the games arcade if you wanted to play video games and hung out outside, not in chat rooms with your friends. Unfortunately the one thing that hasn't changed for kids, is the school bully. What makes this movie more sociably…
This movie is full of dialogue, but no one actually talks to anyone. Every plot point is inevitable, and the audience knows it. It doesn't matter. This is movie isn't so much about family but about emotional honesty and the courage to express it - something that people don't do enough. It breaks my heart with every viewing, but it's too truthful to stop watching. What a great film that has aged well.The performances of Sutherland, Moore, Hutton and Hirsch are all impeccable.
Similar to the top notch writing in the director's other film Bone Tomahawk, this movie delivered on all fronts. The fight scenes were very well choreographed, nothing was overdone,you are drawn in to the movie right from the beginning. The intensity of Vince's character as he works through one thing after another is well thought out and a delight to watch. If you liked movies like Bone tomahawk, Shawshank Redemption, Steve Mcqueen's Papillon, don't miss this one.
Everything is familiar in Life since we've already seen this concept masterfully being developed back in 1979. Alien is the guide. And of course no one has ever touched its greatness.Life is no exception. Still i really enjoyed it because Daniel Espinosa does a great job in direction creating a claustrophobic, nightmarish atmosphere and, assisted by the functional editing and the ominous music score, setting at least 3 great scenes. The screenplay doesn't offer a real character development and even…