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3 Days To Kill

3 Days To Kill

(2014)
4 days ago via Flixster

Not sure if I liked it or not, but it was definitely entertaining. There was a certain chemistry between Costner and Steinfeld that gave their scenes some weight, and while both Heard and Nielsen seemed to be miscast, they did okay. As for the story itself......a good plot told in a bad way is the best summation I can give.

Dallas Buyers Club

Dallas Buyers Club

(2013)
4 days ago via Flixster

While a lot of this movie is made-up, the story and main character aren't. McConaughey does a fantastic job in his award-winning role of Ron Woodroof, a man diagnosed with AIDS at the worst possible time of the epidemic....right at the start of it. Jared Leto is unrecognizable as Ron's eventual close friend Rayon, a transgender who helps Ron help those shunned by the system into getting medication that would actually help them. Both leads give an emotionally charged performance, although to be honest I would give the Oscar to Leto alone. Remarkably, the film is less depressing than it is uplifting, despite the general mood of the final half-hour, and it really is thought-provoking about just how much and how far is the right amount when it comes to helping people.

Non-Stop

Non-Stop

(2013)
4 days ago via Flixster

Not quite a sequel to the Taken movies, but there's definitely a lot in common with them. Despite having a different name and background, Neeson's character may as well be Bryan Mills all over again. Fortunately, the plot is clever enough that one can forgive this slight regeneration, since it is smart enough to not give anything away and keep the viewer wondering about who the real criminal is.

Oldboy

Oldboy

(2013)
4 days ago via Flixster

A pretty good version of the original Korean film. Some of the fight scenes and action sequences feel a little overrehearsed, but the story holds up fairly well, as does the acting of Brolin, Olsen, and Copley. Conversely, the gunshot effects (or rather, the impacts) are overdone to the point of being cartoonish and while the actors DO do the best they can, there are parts of the script that strain both credibility and believability. Still, if you can manage to look past all that, you should be able to see a twisted yet good way to kill (no pun intended) a couple hours on a quiet afternoon.

Small Apartments

Small Apartments

(2013)
48 days ago via Flixster

A cst full of lovably eccentric nuts, along with a surprisingly restrained Billy Crystal in one of his best roles. The movie looks like a comedic character study, but is actually a surprisingly touching one, with the comedy being gently pushed to the side in such a way that you don't realize it's happening and don't even miss it when it's gone..

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