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It reminded me about Das Boot, with tanks and the usual Hollywood stuff. Despite the director and cast, I thought it was surprisingly good. The battles were very intense indeed, too bad they watered it down with occasional melodrama and ridiculous ending.

 

6/10


Yeah I'll go with 6 to 6.5 on that one. The ending was tactically foolish and too much formulaic hollyhoo trying to add in personality where it is not needed.

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Hot Fuzz: 9.8/10

 

ROFL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL

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Interstellar

7/10

Good but not great but still worth watching especially if sci-fi is your thing smily_headphones1.gif
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Nightcrawler (2014): 8/10

 

As the credits began rolling, the GF turned to me and said, 'This made Gone Girl look like a Disney film.'

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Interstellar

7/10

Good but not great but still worth watching especially if sci-fi is your thing smily_headphones1.gif


Thanks for that. It's long, too. Hmm. Might wait.

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Thanks for that. It's long, too. Hmm. Might wait.

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Gone Girl

7.5/10

I did enjoy this and the plot has many intriguing twists and turns, but it runs at 2hrs 29mins and just didn't engross me enough in the story to keep my attention fully from its long run time.

But main roles by Ben Affleck and Rosamund Pike, husband and missing wife are solid performances nonetheless.
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Treasure of the Sierra Madre - 9/10

 

I've seen this twice now. First time was probably 15 years ago and I forgot most everything about it.

Hard to believe it's from 1948!

 

Oh and I haven't seen Interstellar another time since last week. Four times is good enough for one month! Maybe when I get out of work this week :biggrin: 

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Treasure of the Sierra Madre - 9/10

I've seen this twice now. First time was probably 15 years ago and I forgot most everything about it.
Hard to believe it's from 1948!

Oh and I haven't seen Interstellar another time since last week. Four times is good enough for one month! Maybe when I get out of work this week biggrin.gif  

omg!

Seriously, have you seen Interstellar four times already?

You must totally love that movie!

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Boyhood 5.0/10

 

In one word: Soapopera. Even Interstelar is better than this

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Predestination

Crazy time-travel movie rife with paradoxes and starring Ethan Hawke. I did find it a wee bit predictable but if you've seen a lot of time-travely flicks you start to recognize their little tricks and whatnot. Pretty entertaining all the same.

6.5/10
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Kaguyahime no monogatari (Dir: Isao Takahata)

 

Isao Takahata, one of the founder's of Studio Ghibli, ends his career with a rather faithful adaptation of the 10th century folktale.  Like my favorite of his (Only Yesterday) it deals with the main character having to lose or suppress part of herself to fit in with society.  Her growth and emotional maturity is shown in the utmost care and nuance, so much that the supernatural part of the story felt a bit jarring next to the emotional realism at the heart of the film.  The art is entirely hand-drawn in a pastel-water color style with thick brushstroke lines, needless to say it's gorgeous and suits the content perfectly.  There are a couple of jaw-dropping dream sequences that uses this type of art to great effect.  Takahata tends to add fantasy/dream scenes to his otherwise realistic settings (see Anne of Green Gables, Only Yesterday, Grave of the Fireflies), with some of the best examples here.

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