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evelyn weah 4 years ago

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300: Rise of an Empire

300: Rise of an Empire

(2013)
4 days ago via Flixster

Neither an improvement nor a detraction of the orginal, this side-story that takes place a few weeks before and after the original movie is entertainingly fun and a joy to watch and then forget.

Pompeii

Pompeii

(2014)
4 days ago via Flixster

The thing with movies directed by Paul Anderson is that he takes a good idea, surrounds it with either a bad or hammy script, and then gets semi-decent actors needing a break to film it. That story is true again here, with some good people (Sutherland, Harrington, Moss) joining some mid-levels (Browning, Adewale) to try to create an adolescent "Gladiator" set against Mount Vesuvius. The film is still watchable and has decent (if partially inaccurate) volcano destruction effects, but by the end it's just okay.

Noah

Noah

(2014)
4 days ago via Flixster

For all it's visual flair and acting excellence, the heavy handed script manages to drag things down and leave us wishing there had been more emotion and less emoting in this story.

3 Days To Kill

3 Days To Kill

(2014)
11 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)
11 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.

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