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This Means War
5 years ago via Flixster

Pure action sequence, with a twist of comedy.
The film was nothing special, except to see Chris Pine and Tom Hardy can do action (aside from Star Trek and The Dark Knight Rises) with a slap of humour.

The Hunger Games
5 years ago via Flixster

Perhaps it is that I have not read the books yet, or maybe it's I did not want to see the film at all when it first came out. Needless to say, I had found this film to be quite interesting.
The character development in the first hour of the film caught my interest to see whom these characters were, where the from (what district), and why they were doing what they were meant to do.
The acting sequence with nearly breathtaking to see children commit such act of violence to survive and become #1.
In the end though I felt there were many loop wholes. It had left me to wanting to know more about Elizabeth Banks and Woody Harrelson characters. Why were they there, and why did they know so much about the games? Was there something more between Jennifer Lawrence character and Rue?
Too many questions at an ending of a film is not a good way to leave your viewer in my opinion.

The In-Laws
The In-Laws (1979)
5 years ago via Flixster

Funny, clever, a none stop laughing movie with great comedians Peter Falk (CIA agent) and Alan Arkin (a doctor) trying to save the world as in laws. Great twists and a wonderfully put together plot!

Moneyball (2011)
5 years ago via Flixster

This had to be one of Pitt's most recent down to earth real acting. No glamor shots, no screwball celebrity appearance by George Clooney. This was an all real acting job, and Pitt deserves the nomination for this role.
Jonah Hill, best known for his comedy of the 'fat idiot' proves here that he does know how to act when he needs to.
Philip can play ANY role so well.

I am not a baseball fan, but seeing this film made me realized how to put a good team together.

New Year's Eve
5 years ago via Flixster

With a handful of the cast from Valentine's Day (2010), this new years film was able to keep up the surprisingly warmth feeling of finding love and happiness in complete strangers, family and friends.
This was one of those feel good films that you think you kow whom is after whom, but then a twist with a smile comes along.