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Jason Reitman has a knack with films and this is another good one as it tells multiple stories within the same area of the effect the internet can have not only on children but the adults who allow their kids to use it and how its altered their relationships. It was a cleverly done film with some really enjoyable performances from a decent cast.
In recent years Jude Law has had a good effect on films at least to me compared to some of his earlier stuff which wasnt great. This is a brilliant and gripping thriller set around a crew of 13 (6 British, 6 Russian and 1 American) who take control of a U Boat to go to a ridge in the middle of the Black Sea to recover millions of dollars worth of gold but with the clash of the nationalities a mission that could have been simple turns into a disaster. I enjoyed this immensely as it was a well told and well acted film and kept me on edge the whole way through
Outstanding British war film which tells the story of a small unit located over the Kajaki damn in Afghanistan but after a Taliban roadblock they send a patrol which leads to mines dropped by the Russians years earlier when the river bed wasnt dried out. It becomes a race for survival as the soldiers become surrounded by these very mines. I very much enjoyed this movie as it hit its points and hard making it stick in the memory...one of the best underrated war films in recent memory
This is a decent horror very much similar to "As Above, So Below" which was probably a better film but still this was engaging and didnt feel overrun. A group of archaeologists decide to venture into a 3 sided pyramid which leads to your typical jump scares and death aplenty.
The finale to the pre Lord of the Rings trilogy and whilst not as epic as that trilogy, it brought its own epicness to Middle Earth. The dwarves reclaimed their home but the danger of the orcs is all too evident so with the help of the elves the battle for the mountain ensues. The battle was great and Peter Jackson did great making a film like this with very little content from the book left