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  • Unbreakable



    "They say this one has a surprise ending."

    And it really has. Finally found the time to have a proper viewing of this film.

    It greatly benefits on its near perfect flow of events. James Newton Howard's score is one of the aspects of the film that I really dig the most. In any way, this is now my favorite Shyamalan film just ahead of The Sixth Sense. It's his most unbreakable jewel of his rather breakable career.

  • Buried



    "Yeah, you're a terrorist, you son of a bitch!"
    "You terrified, so I'm terrorist."

    For a feature film set only in a single place, it takes some right amount of wit and convincing writing to make it work. Buried thankfully hits that spot, if not totally.

    It is a suspenseful thriller from start to finish. Ryan Reynolds knows what he's doing and I think that's a big point for him as an actor who's now known for his trademark as a foul-mouthed mutant. Scene after scene, the claustrophobic atmosphere is consistently retained; and I liked that.

    Unsettling. Tense. Great acting. The ending tho. That's all.

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    "I like being dead."

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