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Top 25 Movies
I went into this thinking it was a comedy and I’m not sure why. I think the poster made it look that way and the title or maybe I’m just dumb. Anyway... I think this movie was really solid. All of the actors were really good and made my skin crawl by how sleazy they were. It seemed like something was interested and then later it connected to the plot and I found that really interesting and well done. Ex:…
Yeah I just never really got into this movie. This goes without saying really but it’s sort of an unoriginal idea and I didn’t find myself laughing (or even exhaling heavily out of my nostrils) even once. I don’t want to completely throw Andy Samberg under the bus here but I just didn’t find him that funny.
I did like the mystery behind the grandmother knowing a bit too much which led the audience to question her. I also liked…
Everyone becomes Juror #3 in an argument nowadays.
12 Angry Men shows how humans must put aside personal prejudices to reach a common goal. I really think the lessons this film demonstrates are very applicable to our society today and how we must handle things. One scene in particular caught my attention: when the older juror accuses the younger juror of being the one to vote not guilty in the beginning because of previous knowledge really paralleled well with the…
This film had some of the most interesting cinematography I’ve seen. This includes the transitions, rotating camera work, etc. The plot was all gas no breaks which really fit the subject matter of the movie. And I loved the semi-non-linear plot structure with the story delving into certain characters’ backstories then coming back to the main plot. I also really liked the message of the ending (story kind of came full circle which was also cool) and how…