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Dark City
Dark City (1998)
9 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

A noir movie with sci-fi and surrealism over it. Great scenario designs and good story.
The pace takes a little time to get used to, as time is extremely subjective in this movie. But once you get over it, the storytelling spiced with drama by the main character grips you and won't let go until the very last minute.
A good discussion about reality and time can unroll afterwrds. It's the kind of movie that leaves you thinking about it for a few days.
Although I cannot recommend it for non fans of the genre(Sci-fi/noir) as it has long portions of it filled with these ideals, I can surely suggest it for those out there who enjoyed Sunshine and Memento.

Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope
9 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

A classic that defined the space adventure genre.
Not by accident is Star wars revered now, more than 30 years after it's debut. Although the saga takes place in space, or, should I say: 'a long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away...' it has tastes of western, kung-fu and even romantic comedy. And I say: not more than a handful of movies are able to gather that many styles in a smooth and coherent way. That is, in my opinion, where Star Wars has its biggest source of fans.
I appeals to everyone, from mom(with the astonishing beautiful scenes and the romance) to the little kid(with enough action and strong characters, villans and heroes, to fill the whole weekend playtime).
Worthy of watchinf at least once, but it will definitely make you come back.

Step Up 2 the Streets
9 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

A movie that acomplishes what it set out to do. It reaches not an inch further or less than it's predecessor and the genre in general.
It's a movie for a very (very) specific niche. And it delivers eye candy dancing scenes with nothing new to add to the existing cliches.
If you enjoyed the first film (and I did), you won't be disappointed by this sequel.
The story pace loses itself a little nit in the middle part, but quickly recovers to an expectacular sequence of street dance and an unexpected (in a way) ending.
All in all a movie for those out there who want to see good street dancing, nothing more, nothing less.