I sure do like movies.
Don’t forget to select your favorite films!
I'm a huge fan of the original Invisible Man and was cautiously intrigued when I learned about this movie. I had been waiting for it to pop up on a streaming service or on TV or something and now it has.
I don't think the two movies, or any of the spinoffs really need to be compared to this, because it is quite different in its approach and tone, I think. You can call it a modern "re-telling" or whatever…
This is only my second time watching Chappie, the first being when it came out in theatres in 2015.
I like it then and was kind of shocked by how utterly eviscerated it got by critics.
I'll fully admit I am just in love with Neill Blomkamp's sci-fi stylings. The real world, gritty, political mixed with ROBOTS aesthetic just works for me 100% and has been intact in all of his films to my delight.
I'll also fully admit I…
I've seen this film several times over the years, but probably not since the last time I had a VCR hooked up.
Watching it today made me realize all over again that this is probably as close to a masterpiece as you can get.
Spielberg has so many films he'll be remembered for long after he's gone and this one is right there at the top if you ask me (just don't ask me because how the fuck could anyone…
I was not prepared for how much I loved this movie.
I knew it was going to be insane, and it is, but it's so much more. It's one of those movies where every emotion is represented, sometimes all within the span of a few minutes.
Both Paul Dano and Daniel Radcliffe turn in amazing performances
Seriously. It's hilarious and heartbreaking and beautiful to a pretty crazy degree, all capped with these moments of pure insanity where all I could think was "I can't believe what I'm seeing, but I love it"
The kind of movie that makes me remember why I love movies, I think.