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True to Stewart's talents, this starkly real but at times absurdly amusing tale has clearly been shot from the heart. Well told with some interesting visual devices, the film depicts the events with a flair for the dramatic which doesn't undermine the material. Really good watch and impressive first directorial showing.
A well-paced escalation of tension makes this crime drama compelling throughout, as Gandalfini and Hardy carry a film punctuated with good dialogue and good editing. If only its ending weren't so predictable and cliche.
And I quote my girlfriend after the ridiculously amazing credit sequence, which itself was worth admission: "That was fucking awesome."
Surprisingly entertaining and engaging. Cruise is almost redemption-earning. Surely to be remembered as a master-class in editing, as well. Fun and clever throughout.
Never watched a harder to watch movie than this. There likely hasn't been quite as dark a movie as this in the "children" format. I had to have a palette cleanser of "G. I. Joe" immediately afterward lest I throw myself off a bridge.
Dark, depressing, but touching in a "damn, the world is fucked" kind of way.
A modern and completely unassuming, humble, and simple masterpiece. A portrait of the human condition circa the '90s-00s, it captures not my life but a collection of lives that I didn't live but I nonetheless now understand. So compellingly human and real, is Linklater's latest, that it can't help but make you smile, wince, and reflect. I'm left hoping only for what I'd hoped for myself: that, in the end, he took the risk and leaned in.
Funny, fast, and stupid. Dat elevator scene, tho. Fuck you: I loved it.
One of the better Marvel movies, with some great action and a few really well framed and artful shots. Love the gravestone nod and some of the corny (in a good comic book way) writing.
In a word, inventive. Expertly choreographed and brofist-inducing in its bombastic genius. One of the best action movies ever made.
Basically Django with none of the levity and emotional retribution. Equally as difficult to watch as Schindler's List. Never again.
More a great story than a good movie. Both Matt and Jared are admirable in their respective roles, and admittedly there were genuine moments of raw emotion, but I couldn't ignore the feeling that I cared mostly because of the underlying issue, truth, and history than the film itself.
Not quite as good a female empowerment story as Brave nor as good a musical as Aladdin, Frozen may be Disney's best musical in a long time but it's hardly its best musical. There's clearly a dearth of good youth-centric musicals right now, but this doesn't really fill the gap; instead, it garners comparison to better films that came before it.
Not bad, but not amazing. Fey was good; Gervais, less so. Still not topping "Manhattan".
The best worst movie I've ever seen.
A compelling watch but a painful one. Many might cast the man as stupid, but he was deeply distraught with modern civilization in a way that I think technology and globalization will cause more frequently in the coming decades.
So many feels. One of the all-time greats.
An aimless, unbelievable, unrelatable, and utterly forgettable portrait of a man whose claims are impossible to validate and whose journey is as pointless as it is uneventful. One of the most boring and unfulfilling docs I've ever seen.
A fairly run-of-the-mill and predictable portrayal of gamers who lose at the hands of selling their social souls to an online game. Interesting characters rendered flat by predictable outcomes, aside from the six figure earning Mom who fabricates nude skins.
A really touching story of women coming together and bonding on the stage, albeit with a rather unique and off-colour circumstance. Novel view into Vegas shows, women's movements of the late 80s, and stardom short-lived.
An interesting view of how sexuality can dramatically affect one's ability to forge an identity - and the subsequent lengths some will go to avoid external categorization in ironic search of internal categorization.