The 40 Year-Old Virgin: A comedy with great ab-libbing and improv. It's also a great look at the insecurities of single men and women, not just about virginity.
Me and You and Everyone We Know: Not much about plot, but the ideas of the lack of face-to-face communication and interaction, searching for love, and age differences.
Nobody Knows: It's the most depressing movie I have seen in 2005... What's worse is finding out that this is based on a true event in Japan and the original story is even darker than what is shown in the movie.
Sin City: Balls-ripping, titties and red/white/yellow blood. It would be a guilty pleasure if it wasn't for the stunning visuals and its artful spirit.
Rize: A documentary about dancing clowns? Rrright. I really didn't care for Rize until I saw it, but it's surprisingly fascinating.
Unfortunately, I can only post 5 ratings at a time, so that's all for the favorites of '05.
Now, on to the most-hated!
It's a movie about clowning, dancing with clowns, having fun, being something else then a gang-banger.
Tommy has a way of influencing a lot of kid, they are dancing and having fun, instead of being involved in bad things.
Its a fun, but also very serioues and sad movie.
I really have to commend Tommy the Clown for what he did. I've seen him at a party once, but I wasn't too familiar with his movement back then. What he has done is bring hope to kids that had almost none. Without his guidance, a lot of the kids in this film would be in gangs, in jail, doing nothing productive at all, or possibly dead. That alone makes this a film that everyone should see. I wanted to give it a higher score, but I still have trouble taking Krumping, as a form of dance, seriously. Still, this is an excellent film.