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The Walk
The Walk (2015)
3 months ago via Flixster
½

Zemeckis displays his usual inventiveness with stylish camera movements and breathtaking visuals in 3D to tell us this incredible real story whose nerve-wracking climax ought to cause a heart attack on anyone afraid of heights - but it also has an unwelcome tendency towards corniness in the end.

Valkyrie
Valkyrie (2008)
7 months ago via Flixster

Historical drama. A number of inside attempts were made by Germans to assassinate Hitler. This movie tells the story of one of those plots. Tom Cruise leads a group of men to assassinate Hitler. Even though you know that Hitler committed suicide in real life, the movie makes you wish the outcome was different. Good story and cast. Only problem - everyone uses their own accents.

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2
8 months ago via Flixster
½

The games come to an end in The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2, the final installment of this exciting sci-fi series. Intent on assassinating President Snow, Katniss joins a specialized unit to infiltrate the Capital. The writing is a little weak, as the film can't stand on its own and requires the audience to come in with a lot of knowledge about the series. And, the storytelling seems to gloss over some things to get from point A to point B. However, the special effects and sets are really impressive, and make for some great action sequences. While it's not exactly a strong finish, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2 is an entertaining adventure that's full of thrills.

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1
8 months ago via Flixster

Leaving aside the action that was so present in the previous films to invest more in the characters, this third chapter is a grim, intelligent and riveting character study that finds space to discuss relevant matters like media manipulation and proves to be the strongest installment of the series so far.

The Hunger Games
8 months ago via Flixster

The Hunger Games captures the political and social undertones of Suzanne Collins' brilliant novel while refusing to exploit the idea of kids being trapped in an arena to fight to the death. It is a great science fiction picture because of its pacing, ensemble cast, and portrayal of a nation that governs its people through fear and fascism.