I like movies. I tend to ramble.
"How did we end up here... this place is horrible. Smells like balls."
I finally got to see "Birdman."
This was one of the Best Picture noms I was actually excited to check out. It took me a while to catch it, but through all the hype and praise, this Michael Keaton fronted story of a has-been actor's struggle to stay relevant still shines.
It's darkly funny and technically grand, with everyone bringing their A-game. Entertaining through and through; "Birdman" stands out as an original and I for one can't wait to watch it again.
I didn't know much about "Horns" going into it, other than it starred Daniel Radcliffe and was based off a book my girlfriend had wanted to read. I was glad I got around to watching it. Though a little long, it's a quirky whodunit with plenty of twists and turns along the way.
The movie begins with Radcliffe being accused of killing the love of his life. To make matters worse, one morning he awakens with a pair of horns…