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A Clockwork Orange
4 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

Stanley Kubrick created one of the most artistic, controversial, violent, disturbing, and yet beautiful films of all time, also one of the first cult movies; that show us the interesting fact of, if some one can be completely evil or completely incapable of being it. The narrative in this movie is awesome, the exagerated acting just fit perfectly whit the mood of the film, the set desing is really creative and unic, and Alex is one of the coolest characters ever portrayed in a movie. My favorite Kubrick's movie and one of my all time favorites as well.
"A young man named Alex who likes to enjoy whit a little bit of the old fashion ultra violence". Just an awesome masterpiece!!!.

Lawrence of Arabia
5 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

I finally got to see the epic classic, Lawrence of Arabia, the movie that define the word "epic" according to many people and i have to say they aren't exagerating, in my opinion the best thing about this movie is the amazing! cinematography of landscape, i mind for the time the film was release, and even for now the cinematography in the film is incredibly beautiful, the acting is great, in special Peter O'Toole as T.E. Lawrence, and the direction is great, is a movie where you can tell how dedicated was the people envolved in it, is just a very well made movie, but after all is not my kind of film, i wasn't really entertained in most of the movie, but that is just my taste, still a classic that must be seen.

Super (2011)
5 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

This one i was really expecting, hoping it to be a really cool, fun real life superhero movie. Sadly it wasn't, my biggest problems with the movie were the uninspired lazy direction and the weak structure of the story, at points was really anticlimactic, characters in the movie are introduced to then do anything in the story (the cop for example). There is a religious undertone that i found annoying and some awful looking CGI scenes completely weird and unnecessary; the film reaches a point where you don't have a character to be rooting for. There are some good things. The actual concept of the movie is good, probably with a better director it would have worked a lot better, Ellen Page's character i think was cool and the ending i kind of dug it, it has some funny moments and the violence is brutal, but as a all is just another forgettable movie.