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This film is perhaps the hardest for me to review, probably because half the film is revolutionarily mind-blowing while the other half is either cheesy or awfully confusing and incomprehensible. With the right editing, the number of scenes used to create Interstellar could be redone to make three completely different films. That just goes to show how uneven the plot was. There was a good hour or so that seemed like a well-structured movie, but outside of that the plot was all over the place. Nevertheless, the exciting scenes excited, the touching scenes touched, the acting was great and the cinematography was excellent. My theory is, what could have made this film near-perfect was better editing, and I'm not only saying that because of the bizarre transitions.
A very entertaining, hilarious comedy that may feature a few misses, but the hits make it all worth it. What's interesting about "Borat" is the fact that, while we have this outrageous character being offensive to most every social group, the group that ends up looking the most foolish are the Americans, and they have no one to blame but themselves.
Short Term 12 is, above all, a beautiful film. It's a film that reveals so much about all of its characters, while containing very explicit themes of divorce, childhood and abuse. This is all told through a thoughtful, subtle script, beautiful shaky cinematography, and the extremely talented Larson, Gallagher, and the number of supporting child and adult actors.
A fascinating film about morals, love and the psychological effects of class. Above all, Match Point is incredible due to Woody Allen's spot-on directing, the unpredictable and unique script, and the performances of all principal actors.