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Movie magic. Yeah Steven Spielberg knows how to make a good film and E.T is one of the sweetest and most heartwarming movies I've ever seen. The titular character the alien E.T. has stolen the hearts of many and is a memorable and sweet character. The child acting is decent as well specifically Drew Barrymore who is extremely cute. E.T. is a must watch
Bruce Willis and Samuel L. Jackson always make for a perfect on screen pair and this film is no exception. Both are excellent and as a comics fan myself I found myself appreciating and enjoying this film.
The Boy Next Door released in 2015 starring Jennifer Lopez that is the best thing about the movie. Which is a shame because I really liked the premise, I love a good stalker movie but this just didn't work maybe because of Ryan Guzman's performance that was some really bad acting.. I'm also offended at the sex scene I mean we got to see his nipples why didn't we get to see Jennifer Lopez's ?? At least we would've seen something good in the film then.
Alzheimer's is a horrible disease thus making it an interesting topic to make movies about and this film succeeds in telling a sad story about the effect of Alzheimer's on a person's life and that person's family. Julianne Moore is fantastic as Alice and even won an academy awrd for her performance which was well deserved. The rest of the cast was forgettable though. There is this great scene where Alice needs to go the toilet but she can't find the bathroom which was a surprisingly scary scene, really good stuff. There are also some silly scenes though mostly with her daughter Lydia who got mad at her sick mother for reading her journal (she's in her 20's). Still Alice is a good film and worth a watch, not much beyond that though.
Taxi Driver 1976 often regarded as one of the best films of all time and while it isn't one of my personal favorites of all time, I do still think it is a perfect look inside the soul of a lonely man who gets frustrated at life. Tired of being alone, tired of not being heard, tired of all the hypocrisy in the world in a post vietnam war morally bankrupt New York City where people are being treated like dirt. Buoyed by a perfect Robert De Niro performance which is easily the very best of his stellar career. Taxi Driver is an essential watch for every movie fan out there.