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Forrest Gump
Forrest Gump (1994)
7 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes
½

Very original and your just waiting to see what Forrest will do next. But the best thing about thing movie is that even though it is very long and follows a number of events, everytime you watch it you realise something you didn't notice before. As equally funny as it is emotional Forrest Gump is nothing less than Oscar worthy and Tom Hanks was beyond amazing.

Up
Up (2009)
7 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

I was surprised a children's movie can also connect with adults in a mature way. Overall, Up is the best movie of this year. Up is all abut letting go of the past and leaving behind barden,in a simple but imaginitive way incorparating the elements of humour and innocence. This is a must see movie!

The Godfather, Part III
7 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes
½

They say ?3rd times a charm? this was certainly not the case for the Godfather part III. After making two legendary films Francis Ford Coppola got it wrong with the 3rd Godfather sequel. This was partly due to the fact that he decided to cast his own daughter in the movie as one of the most important characters. Sophia Coppola was terrible as the daughter of Michael Corleone, and the movie become more of drama than a mafia movie. And where was Robert Duvall! I missed the killing and gruesomeness that made the first two Godfather?s so awesome and intriguing. It seemed like they ran out of good ideas and carelessly put together a storyline that would end the trilogy. Not the worst movie I?ve seen, but it cannot even compare to the 1st and 2nd Godfather. They should?ve come up with a better way to end the legacy of the Godfather, but like this ? it?s just a shame.

American History X
7 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes
½

Other than Fight Club, this is probably Edward Norton?s best movie. American History X is a smart, merciless, distinctive story racism and white supremacy in America that show the callous truth about reality. Part black and white and part color, this movie shows the results of a boy who grew up with a racist father and how his death influenced his views as he grew older. He wasn?t born to hate, he was taught to and he later finds out he can change his ways. The best thing about this movie is probably the script; the use of language and the placement of swear words are very well done. Even though this ends in tragedy, this movie is one of my favourites.