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The overall pacing of VHS-2 not only heightens the general atmosphere of the short films but makes for great entertainment. From amazing short films about aliens to supernatural cults, VHS-2 is frickin amazing in every way possible.NOTE: The violence may be a little too much for some viewers but apart from that, its just solid horror.
Extremely heartbreaking and hard to watch. Its a film of human emotions flying out with alcohol. The whole cast (4 people) were all nominated for an Oscar and they deserve it. Standing the test of time, Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? is a beautifully shot film of melancholy.
TAKE A DRAG AND FEEL THE BURN! This is a film you'll watch and wonder about many things. The pacing is deliberate but to what purpose. Its a european style being used in american cinema. A beautifully shot film that is any ADD person's nightmare. Scenes would last for minutes rather than seconds like other crime dramas. It takes its time and gets its message across. A film that DESERVES more attention and MULTIPLE viewings, Killing Them Softly is an underrated gem and will end up being a classic in years to come.
On the positive side, this is another great entry from Bigelow and has a cast that Robert Altman would envy. On the negative side, this is a film that many people will watch and pretend to like. Its not the movie of the year but people will pretend that it is. Theres nothing memorable about this film except for the fact that Bigelow and Boal are essentially informing a curious audience about Bin Laden's death. Its a political thriller that fights to be entertaining AND patriotic. While I agree that the film is nerve-racking at times and incredibly well made, Bigelow should have directed this movie in 20 years. Making a Bin Laden film this soon after his death just seems UNNECESSARY.