Go see this while it's in theaters as it features the best visuals and sound of any action movie I've seen this year. You'll regret it if you don't! Daniel Bruhl anchors the film by providing an incredibly sound performance of Niki Lauda, and Chris Hemsworth and Olivia Wilde are solid in their roles, proving they can be more than just eye candy. Even if you don't care anything about car racing, you'll like this movie.
Much better than the trailer would indicate, this film will be up for a lot of Oscars, and it deserves all the nominations it will get. For me, it was even better than "The Help". Go see it. It deserves to win at the box office this weekend.
A great story executed at a mediocre-at-best level. Bad casting, worse editing, good soundtrack. I'd recommend never spending money to see this. If you're interested in Linda Lovelace, just read her Wiki or watch a documentary on her. This was just a complete mess other than Seyfried and the music.
While not terribly well thought out at times, The Conjuring provides one of the better experiences that the Hollywood Horror genre has given us this decade. Good lead actors and great cinematography, minimal CGI, and some very creepy characters make for a highly recommended trip to the theater. The bigger the audience, the better.
Aside from a few scenes and moments where things were a bit too heavy-handed for my liking, this is a well-executed docu-drama that will remind you of just how far American society is from where we often idealize it to be. Michael B. Jordan and Octavia Spencer should both be Oscar nomination locks for Best Actor and Best Supporting Actress at this point in the year, and the film itself will get a nod fot Best Picture. See it if you can.
Not Sofia's best by any stretch of the imagination, but another solid entry into her filmography. Great music, a good performance from Emma Watson, and stunning visuals make this one of the better films of the year this far for me.