As long as you knew what I meant :lol:
The Guilt Trip - 8.5/10
I saw this one with my parents. Great movie and better than I expected.
Lincoln - 8/10
Daniel Day-Lewis just stole the Oscar. It is a little slower than the other films in the race but still good. No idea if it's historically accurate or not, I would think so but who knows. Based on some novel...
Fun sequel to the Spanish horror hit "[REC]". Unlike the first two films, it isn't filmed completely in cinéma vérité (i.e. Cloverfield, Blair Witch Project), which is a well-timed change of pace for the series. Gore galore (and not CGI gore) as a wedding reception gets hit by zombie-like infected victims of a demon-possession plague. Not as grim as the first two films, so it makes for a nice horror flick to enjoy.
Seven Psychopaths - 6/10
I really didn't enjoy this one too much, except for Sam Rockwell and Christopher Walken's awesome acting! I think it's written quite well, just executed slowly. At times, I was lost in the story or really bored of it because it really doesn't feel conventional. It's like the story is writing itself as the film goes, which is a cool technique, but again, if executed properly. The trailer really made me hype about this movie, but I was a little disappointed by the end. Great composition and cinematography though, some really beautiful locations.
However, if you want to read about the entire history of Middle-Earth, from its creation to the end of the Third Age, then read The Silmarillion...
It starts off very dense, as tons of names and locations are thrown at you. But it will be the most epic thing you'll ever read, and it contains some very interesting, more readable sections.
Here's a nice teaser. This is Ancalogon; the greatest dragon in the history of Middle-Earth. He was multiple miles in length.
Dredd -7/10- Kinda disappointed by the Ma-Ma character, was expecting her to be more bad ass...
IP Man !!
This dude was a total badass.
He would rearrange Chuck Norris' face!
I give it a 8.5/10 - Story was awesome and lots of cool fighting scenes.
Zero Dark Thirty 8.0/10.
Not sure what to say about this film. It was pretty good, but left me feeling empty. Perhaps its because the subject is so straightforward, or I know too much about the whole things so there wasn't anything new there for me.
Worth seeing if you have an interest in the subject (and want a visual representation), but you may be more satisfied by the book on the operation.
We own the night 7/10
It was ok. I didn't find it too engaging and I thought the ending was very flat. Of course it's always good to see Marky Mark lol
Tears Of The Sun -7/10-
Django Unchained was incredible. 9/10