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It's about a man in a car making and taking phone calls. That's all it is for an hour and a half. And it's sensational. With a superb script from Steven Knight and the best performance of the year from Tom Hardy, Locke is a gripping, bleak, sometimes funny drama/thriller that ranks among the best films of this decade.
While it's not long enough to expand upon the story in full detail, Megan Fox's acting has hardly improved and some characters are completely irrelevant, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles is a pleasant surprise of a blockbuster, with enjoyable performances from Knoxville, Ritchson, Fisher and Howard, strong special effects and some good, cheesy themes.
Under The Skin is a harrowing, bewildering picture that sticks in the mind long after the credits roll. Jonathan Glazer's direction is superb, Scarlett Johansson's performance is admirable, the cinematography strong. It just misses the 3 star mark because most of the time I had no idea what was going on. It felt like there was a point to it, a deep message, but I picked up on neither. Under The Skin is an impressive film that I could not personally get into.
I know The Sound Of Music is a classic, I know it's enormously feel good and I know it's one of the best musicals of all time. That doesn't change the fact that it never ceases to get on my nerves. I can understand that I'm in the vast minority, but everything about this film, from the performances to the songs to the plot annoys me; I detest it.