This is a comedy film
It seems that we’re facing here the best film of last decade, not in my opinion, but people in general agree to that assumption I feel.
“The Social Network” manages to be one of the absolute smartest movies ever made, delivering in every scene with incredible editing and a banger soundtrack. This film manages to be ruthless, engaging and even motivating. A man created Facebook out of anger and betrayed people throughout his life, but is it really betraying, if…
Engaging throughout, starts strong with a great use of mus-
Objection. I want to mention how fucking hilarious the ending of this film is, this film has one of the most corniest unearned and dishonest endings I’ve maybe ever seen, does Aaron Sorkin have *any* idea that he nearly ruined the fucking film, no even the message he was trying to deliver? Does he even have any fucking clue what message he tried to deliver?
This was good, but the more I’ll think about this film the worse it will get - I’m sure about that
“Ben-Hur” is a phenomenal epic. I adore the first two hours of this film that perfectly capture why characters are *so* important in movies. I wasn’t bored a single second during those first two hours, not one second.
It might be due the length of the film that I feel that “Ben-Hur” has a weaker second half, the same way I think “Lawrence of Arabia” has a weaker second half, but the second half of “Ben-Hur” feels a little too…