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82% Saw this on 25/1/15 I am not a fan of Western music, let alone Rap Music, but still I felt that 8 Mile has enough energy in it to watch it off. Eminem's acting is not that great because he has a stony kind of feel in the action scenes, but he shows a lot of energy while singing. The rest of the cast is good and 8 Mile is an underrated film.
78% Saw this on 24/1/15 Steve Carrel's and Juliane Moore's storyline is interesting and the combination scenes of Carrel and Gosling are funny but the storyline and the chemistry between Gosling and Emma Stone seems off even though the actors do their best. The scene in the second half in which the entire cast is shown on one frame is the best in this film. However, Crazy Stupid love is ruined by a rather lifeless, treacle and predictable ending.
84% Saw this on 24/1/15 Clint Eastwood's extremely melodramatic movie is enjoyable because of the earnest acting of it's cast that includes the director himself, Hilary Swank and Morgan Freeman. Unlike the other Eastwood films, this is more predictable. The boxing scenes are well shot.
85% I know that many people will hate me for giving this season this high rating, it's understandable. Dexter season 8 is a fine example of how you could ruin a season after 10 good episodes and there by provide a poor and baseless ending for a world famous series.
You might then wonder why I gave this season this much of ratings then! it's because like almost all of the fans of Dexter, I also felt that the ending sucked, but you can't ignore 10 great episodes because of this one bad episode! Dexter season 8 opens up with 'A Beautiful Day', an episode that is so not a Dexter style one. It's warming and calm, just like the calm before a cyclone. One of my most favourite things about this season is the young actor who played Harrison Morgan, he's spectacular.
This season brings out a great bond between Dexter and Debra, also it brings another character relatively new to the series, but has a deep rooted connection to Dexter's past, it's Evelyn Vogel, on whom this season revolves in a way. Dexter shows good relationship with Vogel. Another reason for me to like Dexter season 8 is that it has a threatening and terrifying antagonist, might be the most dangerous in all of Dexter series. The reason is that you obviously know that this is the conclusion and anything could happen and anything could be expected. The Brain Surgeon remains in the dark for more than a good part of the season and it's almost unpredictable then. The fourth episode is great, so is the 8th episode 'Are We There Yet'. I actually didn't like that episode in the beginning, but as moments went on, it got more and more engaging and ends up with an unpredictable twist.
There is one more reason why I like Dexter season 8, it's that this season gives you a believable bonding b/w Hannah Mckay and Dexter. It's really convincing as well. Dexter season 8 gets a bit weary as it goes to the 11th episode, but the ending of the 10th episode is great. This is the only time I see Dex crying and so emotionally disturbed after the ending of season 1. Dexter's last episode, 'Remember The Monsters?' is a big letdown. It has no real moments of emotion, but it shows you a flashback scene at least. The ending of the series is really bad that it never even involves the audience for a split second. John Dahl should have directed the last episode not Steve Shill.
82% What shall I say about the season 3 of Sherlock? It's definitely better than the first season, but not as good as the second one either. In order to make this brief, I just say what I feel about each of these episodes:
The Empty Hearse: In my opinion this episode devaluates the last episode of the second season by making it extremely confusing and silly.
The Sign of Three: This is the best episode of Sherlock in my opinion, even better than the finale of 2nd season. This one had a splendid direction, complex narrative, flawless scripting and above all, an unpredictable performance from Benedict Cumberbatch.
His Last Vow: This episode has a good first half, bringing in a new villain and some unexpected twists with splendid direction, which is top notch in this episode. But, an incoherent script fails to utilize all merits in the first half, thereby making this episode just like any other ordinary episode of Sherlock.
83% Game of Thrones is a television series that I would always like to remember for the sharp dialogues and unpredictable twists. I couldn't stop watching this series once I began it. Game of Thrones is a series that has a complex narrative, it provides some fantasy elements here and there, but they are almost nullified by the muddled politics in the series. Another reason for which this series has to be remembered is for the amount of nudity that it withholds and I must say that I did enjoy it. The only bad thing I feel about this series is that it seems to be written by utter sadists. In Game of Thrones, you don't have the liberty to feel any sort of an attachment with any characters because you can't know when the would bring an awful twist and kill this particular character with good character development. This season was good till the 9th episode and by the end of the 9th episode, it spat out an obnoxious and offensive twist and spoiled all the fun. Also the ending episode failed to reach the heights of the rest of the episodes.
86% So far I have seen every one of the best series like GoT, Dexter, Sleepy Hollow, True Detective( not a fan of comedies, but I have seen Friends) and all, now when I look and and if I am to say which of these has the best opening or 1st season, my honest opinion would be Dexter. Watching Breaking Bad's first three episodes gave me memories of Dexter. I enjoyed BB a lot, the acting in the series was really good and the whole cast showed potential, be in Bryan Cranston or Anna Gunn or Aaron Paul or the other supporting characters. Although after the first 3 episodes, the pacing takes a step back and it only recovers at the end of the 6th episode. Apart from that minor flow and the risk less playing off, this series thus far has got nothing wrong. Also, after watching this I started giving Chemistry some respect, a subject that I felt could have nothing of any interest in the practical life.