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Drive (2011)
5 years ago via Flixster

Drive is by far the best movie I have seen in the cinema, in this last year. Ryan Gosling blew me away with his majestic way of converting himself into his own monster of a character; quite ironic because he can also portray a sweet man just wanting a simple life in his hell. The style of the film is unique and precise. The director knew exactly what he wanted to portray, using neon lights as the soul of the classic L.A atmosphere for example.

I'm not going to explain the plot of the movie, because I would like for you to just go watch it and understand how perfect it is. Drive is simple, and it's main character is the coolest character that has ever graced in the modern day screen.
I actually left the cinema fee like like an entirely different human; most modern movies are lacking this. I'd describe the film almost as a fairytale of some kind, extremely poetic and outstanding; it has this intensity about it that will linger with you for weeks.

Horrible Bosses
5 years ago via Flixster

I'm going to be quick with this one. I truly laughed out loud with this one. The three main characters give truly unique performances and hey...they are all funny, which is different form actors in other movies who try too hard to make you grin.Now what I really want to talk about is the supporting cast. Colin Farrell completely disappears into the role of Bobby, his attitude toward other human beings is absolutely hilarious. Spacey is clearly enjoying his dark, disturbing role as an office jerk and maybe he enjoyed it too much; and last but not least is Jennifer Anniston's Julia Harris, the sexually harassing women. Finally Aniston pops out of her comfort zone.

The 40 Year Old Virgin
5 years ago via Flixster

This film is comic masterpiece; and it has a piece of comic genius also. An electronics store employee is forty years old and has never made love to a woman. After his co-workers find out, they vow to find him a woman. This film follows the adventures of Andy, his exploits with loose women, and his quest to end his virginity. But will he make it? What the film has going for it is its heart. I didn't expect heart, but like "Click" there is a positive message under the superficial exterior. Also this film is a charmer! I won't spoil drop dead hilarious scenes, but if you haven't seen this movie run to Red Box!

Shrek (2001)
5 years ago via Flixster

Shrek is a film which delights in making fun of the classic fairy tale's rites of passage with loads of satire and a surprising amount of black comedy and (of course) a nice, sweet underlying message about beauty on the inside and never judging a book by its cover. Shrek succeeds principally for two reasons, it's quartet of main characters and its humor! Like all fairy tales Shrek must have a happy ending, but this time there's an added twist(which isn't even hinted at until 2/3 of the way into the movie) just to make sure the movie maintains its freshness.; and it actually does. Still be always sure not to leave two eek onions stinking up the fridge! haha

The Simpsons Movie
5 years ago via Flixster

One thing is for sure the kids loved it. The screening I attended was packed out with ankle biters and they laughed every second, but for the seasoned Simpsons fanatics there is a definite sense of slight disappointment. The jokes are funny and the characters are as charming as ever, but it doesn't quite make the big enough leap to qualify as anything other than an extended TV episode. Sure, the animation is better and the colours sharper, but it's hard to shake the impression that it's merely an overlong TV script, knocked out quickly on a Friday afternoon so as to meet a deadline.