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post #16891 of 20150

Song of the Sea: 9.8/10

 

  After watching Fifty reasons the society stinks and hollywood sucks, I was fed up. A lot of directors tried to make movies with an edge and emotions, and yet people went nuts on something like this bad... Why??? **** like this does not deserve to become this popular. There's no value in it. And yet nobody seen this movie before and rolled their eyes!!! ****!!!

 

  The Song of the Sea is brought to you by the guys behind The Secret of Kells, one of the best 2D animation movie in recent times. Because of this, I expect great news, and sure I did. The Song of the Sea is better than The Secret of Kells in terms on the scale it has. It has more character conflict, pain, beautiful animation, story scale, and whimsical elements. I was pretty impressed on the dark tones it has ie dystopian family, for a kids movie.

 

  Sadly, I do not really like some of the characters, especially the main character, Ben. Ben was so mean to her sister throughout the whole film without good reasons. Also, the side characters seems cliched and kind of made me rolled my eyes. This is because The secret of Kells has similar characters with similar roles, and by having similar characters, it made me felt like the filmmakers made a template and just use it again. 

 

  Anyways it's a awesome film to check out. Really love it.

post #16892 of 20150

Fanny and Alexander (1982): 10/10

 

God, I love this film. Track down the five hour cut if you can, and make a day of it. 

post #16893 of 20150
Rating adjustment
Big Hero 6: 7.5/10
Secret of Kells: 9.8/10
The Tale of Princess Kaguya: 9.9/10
Song of the Sea: 9.9/10
Fifty Shades of Grey: -100000000/10
Twilight: -2/10
New Moon: -3/10
Eclipse: -10/10
Breaking Dawn pt1: -50/10
Pt2: -50/10
post #16894 of 20150

Paycheck - 8.5/10

post #16895 of 20150
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Seven, one of Fincher's great masterpieces.
Yeah after watching Zodiac (4.5/5), I've been watching his other movies. Excellent director. 

The Curious Case Of Benjamin Button: 4/5
The Social Network: 4/5

If you want you should see Lords Of Dogtown, really fun movie about the old school days in Dogtown, back in the 70's. Tony Alva, Stacey Peralta and Jay Adams (RIP). The Z-Boys.
Heath Ledger does an amazing role here as Skip, the owner of the shop they rode for, Zephyr (hence the name Z-Boys). Emile Hirsch is also good with Jay Adams, represents his wildness and rawness greatly. Fincher is the executive producer here. I totally recommend it.

Cheers,
post #16896 of 20150

A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night.                Just go see it, steal a copy if you have to. But do it right now.

post #16897 of 20150
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A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night.                Just go see it, steal a copy if you have to. But do it right now.

 

Sage advice.

post #16898 of 20150

The Theory of Everything - 8.5/10

 

A well deserved award for Redmayne compared to my dull memory of Hawkings from PBS/NOVA.

post #16899 of 20150

Imitation Game 

 

9/10

 

Very deserving of its Oscar nomination and win.

post #16900 of 20150
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Imitation Game 

 

9/10

 

Very deserving of its Oscar nomination and win.


I felt really glad when I found out they were doing a movie on Turing. Genius.
post #16901 of 20150
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I felt really glad when I found out they were doing a movie on Turing. Genius.

 

So was Benedict Cumberbatch's performance.

 

Although, it seemed a bit like a reprisal of his Sherlock role...only more autistic and gay.

post #16902 of 20150
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I felt really glad when I found out they were doing a movie on Turing. Genius.

So was Benedict Cumberbatch's performance.

Although, it seemed a bit like a reprisal of his Sherlock role...only more autistic and gay.

Oh, I feel bad since I couldn't weigh in with that thought since I have never seen Sherlock.
post #16903 of 20150

A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night ( 2014) 8/10

 

A Girl Took Away a Skateboard from a Boy at Night

 

Pseudo-Iranian movie ( it is thoroughly Western by mentality and production) was very interesting visually but on emotional level it was pretty difficult for me to digest. I'm a bit inclined to call it artsy in negative sense but as an experiment it was pretty curious.


Edited by mutabor - 3/26/15 at 4:50pm
post #16904 of 20150

It's Such a Beautiful Day (2012): 9/10

 

A hip and stirring animated film about illness and the process of dying that's equal parts comedy and heartbreaker, related in a lo-fi and occasionally abstract/always experimental but nonetheless highly evocative style that demands one's attention and empathy. Writer/director/animator/narrator Don Hertzfeldt has been an important voice in animated short films for well over a decade now, but with this film (clocking in at just a little over an hour), he steps beyond his primary focus on absurdist and violent humor and into a realm of sweeping beauty and unsettling truth. It's not perfect, but it's damn impressive, and I'm hugely looking forward to his next short, dropping next week.

 

 


Edited by metalsonata - 3/26/15 at 8:28pm
post #16905 of 20150
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I felt really glad when I found out they were doing a movie on Turing. Genius.

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2119396/

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