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Am I the only person who didn't like this film? The Theory of Everything is a biopic slash romance of Stephen Hawking and His wife Wilde. Redmayne was amazing of course to play such a difficult role, sure, but I rather watch paint dry than to watch this far fetched boring piece of xxxx they called a film. The film was about the pathetic romance between two people no one really cared about. There were enough cliches to fill an entire fish tank. I expected quality not silly meaningless dialogues and pretentious cinematography. If not for Redmayne I'd have never even watched this junk.
Wild is an incredibly powerful story about a woman's journey to find her redemption. Witherspoon and Vallee combined their effort in delivering a powerful performance. Wild would surely start a new fad of hiking.
A steam-punk carnival of grotesque extravaganza. The City of Lost Children is a disturbing tale of a scientist's fascination with dreams which reflected the problem of aging. Ron Perlman was an interesting cast but nevertheless an excellent addition.
Season 4 of the Walking Dead is focused on solving the mess created by the end of last season. The plots were completely pointless and the random one-off characters really made me grind my teeth in anger. Every single event that happened was to remove the over population thanks to Rick taking in the Woodbury residents. First of all, these people were all young and strong yet they didn't participate in the prison attack last season, somehow all the elderly disappeared. There's no organisation which lead to zombies wiping out an entire cell block. Epidemic was pointless again, just a way to kill off the Woodbury residents, the antibiotic hunt was pointless too, most of the infected died anyway and we all knew the main characters wouldn't die. Governor episodes were superficial and boring, I am seriously considering not continuing if it still stays crap through out the rest of the season.
American Horror Story: Murder House was an inventive new series that focused on a linear horror story with subplots that intrigued the audience. However, the plot quickly deteriorated and left nothing for the viewers in the second half of the season. The ending was rather disappointing and thoughtless.