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A Scanner Darkly
5 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

Will make little sense to the viewer who hasn't read the book, and will be a disappointment to those who have, thanks to the faithful adapation of the original content.

Let the Right One In
5 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

There are no sparkling vampires here, no changing eye colours and certainly no Volvos. The movie takes us straight back to what made vampires scary and uses modern techniques to keep the ball rolling. The interesting relationship that develops between Oskar and Eli is sweet and touching, even when Eli seems to be oblivious to the blood on her face, and Oskar seems to neglect to wipe hos nose.

The movie has a fine, graceful pace, which keeps the scares shocking and the unpleasant outcome for Eli's victims ever more gruesome. With a setting as cold as the motives of the majority of the main cast, Let The Right One In plays with your expectations of the typical vampire movie right until the closing credits.

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 2
6 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

10 years of Potter mayhem is brought to a satisfying conclusion, with all loose ends tied up coupled with a emotional farewell to the characters we have come to love over the years.

The special effects have never been better, the spells are electrifying and the action is intense. Desplat's soundtrack mixes William's old magic to help create a epic, eerie and sometimes nostalgic soundtrack.

In other words the whole film is 'bloody brilliant!"

The Pianist
The Pianist (2002)
6 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

The beautiful soundtrack uplifts the drama in this film, Polankski is unforgiving and accurate in his portrayal of the Germans and he is sympathetic in his portrayal of the Jews

The Italian Job
6 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

The Americans never really appreciated the self preservation society, so with the help of Seth Green, Mark Wahlberg (and sixty million dollars), F. Gary Gray directs a brash and somewhat bland remake of the classic 60s crime caper.