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The Matrix > Inception
I had a friend make fun of the fact that I didn't think Inception was the best movie ever made. Lol. It's a good film but a bit overrated.
I personally really like The Prestige the most.
The prestige is an excellent movie as well.
While predictable and felt short, it ultimately was enjoyable with some cool accapella arrangements of songs. There were some pretty painful puns though.
7 out of 10
P.S. Seeing an advance screening of A Good Day to Die Hard tomorrow!
Zero Dark Thirty -8/10-
After reading all the discussions about The Prestige and Inception I decided to watch these movies.
The Prestige 10/10
Inception is going to be the next one I will watch.
Demolition Man 8/10
Watched this last night, has to be one of my all time favourite action films, I'm a big fan of Stallone and personally I think this is one of his best. Also, how hot does Sandra Bullock look in it? DAAAMMNN!
The Descent -7.5/10-
Classic film.. Was on sky movies earlier
A Good Day to Die Hard - 7.5/10
This is the most fun I have had with a brainless movie. Literally has over-the-top, ridiculous action all the way through. Beginning to end with very little slowing it down. It's just that Bruce Willis' performance and the well-established actions scenes make the movie so fun to sit through. His son is completely forgettable, though. He was just sort of there to give us more of a good time watching McClane make jokes about being a bad father and trying to be a better one. An odd thing about this Die Hard is that there isn't a main villian at all...and when you find out how this happens, it's amusing and disappointing at the same time.
I wouldn't mind seeing this again, honestly.
The story was just too much.