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A beautiful, feel-good family movie with quality performances by all actors involved. The changing point of views all interweave perfectly and blend together for a well-rounded, solid story about bullying, friendship, insecurity, and family.
Moulin Rouge is not for everyone, but it is for me. A grand, over-the-top, Romeo and Juliet romance set to covers of popular songs, Baz Luhrmann's Moulin Rouge is moving and a thoroughly enjoyable story with characters that you're willing to go the distance with.
The Last King of Scotland is a chilling drama that has your heart pounding up until the very end. James McAvoy is charming and phenomenal in this role and when paired with Forest Whitaker it makes for a gripping movie. The perfectly-paced progression of this movie, the romance subplot, and wonderful performances make for a great use of two hours!
James McAvoy SHINES in this film and his performance is once-in-a-lifetime. Despite the incredibly sad overall tone and ending of the movie, this is easily one of the most well-made films I've ever seen. A beautiful romance, with great chemistry between McAvoy and Knightley, a melancholy, cautionary tale about lying and jealousy, and a hell of a story that will move you to tears, "Atonement" is unforgettable.