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The Bourne Ultimatum
9 years ago via Flixster

This movie is full of action and suspense, and good pacing to boot. A sure hit.

Sicko (2007)
9 years ago via Flixster

This is probably Mooore's best documentary he's made (if you can call it a documentary). Much less confrontational than many of his previous films, Moore allows the people , not him, do the talking. I only found one part of the movie questionable -- and that is the section where Moore and some of the people he interviews throughout the movie make a visit to Cuba. The scenes in this section are probably an overrepresentation of the Cuban healthcare system (although in Moore's defense Cuba is a model of healthcare for third world countries and is only ranked 2 below the US on the World Health Organizations Rankings of Healthcare Systems). Overall its a very entertaining movie. By no means your typical documentary, but that's probably what will get the average person to see the movie and thus be made aware of the issues Moore is trying to display throughout his film.

Ocean's Thirteen
9 years ago via Flixster

A fun weekend movie would sum up this film best. Not a movie of substance, but it doesn't try to be. Action packed, humerous, star-filled cast; what more could you ask for?

The whole films's purpose is to be entertaining, and for the two hours it played it did its job. That said I probably won't watch it again. Nothing too memoriable.

The American Ruling Class
9 years ago via Flixster

What can one say about this movie? It's a mild mix between a musical and documentary. But it's not really either. The closest relation I can find to this movie are the documentaries made by Micheal Moore.

However let's get this straight, this movie is by no means a "classical" documentary. A better term to use would probably be molded documentary style storytelling. The movie is in the documentary tradition, however, the main characters are played by actors that interact in a landscape where some are aware of their role (other actors) and others are completly oblivious.

This really belongs in a genre all its own. If a more refined movie of this type was created, a filmmaker could easily create a believable and satisfying piece of cinema.

Children of Men
9 years ago via Flixster

Maybe its just me, but I don't get what people see in this film. Its not revolutionary by any means. I'm not trying to downplay the cinematography, for it was quite excellent. That said Children of Men just leaves too many questions unanswered to be a fulfilling movie (however this seems to be what some like about the movie). You may also call this the "unspoken commentary" of the film. Well I could get the same effect from watching footage of victims in German camps during WWII (xenophopia, hope, ect). What I find really sad though is that director Cuarón never actually read the original work by P.D. James.

Basically Children of Men takes the route of so many other dystopian films. Nothing new to see here.