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"The Impossible" [8.7/10]: Considering that this film was based on a true story, the title is very appropriate. A family on vacation finds itself involved in a battle for survival as a result of one of the greatest tragedies in history. Definitely an emotionally engaging film. I didn't really expect much from it going in, but it turned out to be a good movie. I cared about the characters. I wanted things to turn out well for them. Recommended...

 

I found this movie too straightforward. They pressed too hard on people's sensibilities.

post #14402 of 16034

 

9/10

... just go watch it! 

post #14403 of 16034
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Originally Posted by DLeeWebb View Post
 

"The Impossible" [8.7/10]: Considering that this film was based on a true story, the title is very appropriate. A family on vacation finds itself involved in a battle for survival as a result of one of the greatest tragedies in history. Definitely an emotionally engaging film. I didn't really expect much from it going in, but it turned out to be a good movie. I cared about the characters. I wanted things to turn out well for them. Recommended...

I found this movie too straightforward. They pressed too hard on people's sensibilities.

If it weren't a true story I might agree...

post #14404 of 16034

I giggled when I saw this photograph from the movie To the Wonder ( 2012).

 

 

 

I recently watched The Councelor ( 2013) where Javier Bardem played a pea-cockish drug dealer. 

 

 

After a number of obnoxious roles he looks hilariously natural as a Catholic priest.

post #14405 of 16034
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This was a must see for me, as it had three of my favorite actors of all time - Alan Arkin, Christopher Walken, and Al Pacino. Although the story itself wasn't anything special, seeing these three guys on screen together was a real treat, especially now that they're in their latter years. I had a blast with it...

 

"Stand-up Guys" - 8.3/10

 

 

 

I saw this too just the other day.

 

Good movie. The longer I watch a movie with Al Pacino in it the more believable it becomes, until many times it just feels real. The best actor ever for me. 

post #14406 of 16034
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I saw this too just the other day.

 

Good movie. The longer I watch a movie with Al Pacino in it the more believable it becomes, until many times it just feels real. The best actor ever for me. 

 

I agree...he definitely brings an authenticity to the role

post #14407 of 16034
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9/10

... just go watch it! 

 

 

Okay, you talked me into it. Interesting that this was one was reviewed by Roger Ebert, cause I only found four reviews on it. The horrible acting is a bit distracting at times, but overall I enjoyed it quite a bit. Zoe was a perfect example of they type of girl who would not be considered traditionally "hot", but you can't help but fall in love with her. 

post #14408 of 16034
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Okay, you talked me into it. Interesting that this was one was reviewed by Roger Ebert, cause I only found four reviews on it. The horrible acting is a bit distracting at times, but overall I enjoyed it quite a bit. Zoe was a perfect example of they type of girl who would not be considered traditionally "hot", but you can't help but fall in love with her. 

xD I didn't mind the acting honestly... it felt more like a documentary than a movie imo. And yea Zoe is very much "hot" it's ok your allowed to say it! 

post #14409 of 16034

The Wolverine ?/10

 

I fell asleep...

post #14410 of 16034
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The Wolverine ?/10

 

I fell asleep...

I was going to watch it... guess not any more lol 

post #14411 of 16034

White house down 1/10. It managed to be worse then Olympus has fallen. Didn´t thought it was possible. One reason it is worse is that it has child actors that have impossible lines and behave like no kid ever would. Yuk. And it´s so obvious none of the actors care for a dime they are just there for a simple pay check with tired jokes and cliche roles. Yuk!

post #14412 of 16034

Safe Haven Original Motion Picture Soundtrack [+digital booklet]

 

 

listening to the sound track now, enjoyed it enough to give it a 8.5/10  

 

 

beautiful story of a young lady finding her way and her faith in love despite 

post #14413 of 16034
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xD I didn't mind the acting honestly... it felt more like a documentary than a movie imo. And yea Zoe is very much "hot" it's ok your allowed to say it! 

 

haha....I've always been attracted to the nerdy girl with the big heart who isn't aware of how attrctive she really is...that's right up my alley. 

post #14414 of 16034

World War Z

 

Another disaster themed movie.  There is nothing new to see here.  

post #14415 of 16034

The Conjuring - 6.5/10

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