The Baader Mienhof Complex was certainly a compelling movie. The directorship was great, creating a richly detailed work with excellent atmosphere. The characters were superbly built up and human, portrayed in a grand manner by an outstanding cast. The action sequences, though not the focus of the movie, were great, quick, sweet, and a little bloody. My one critique might be that (especially at the beginning) the pacing went a bit too fast, the plot accelerating from 0-60 in no time at all, though this was mostly rectified by the end.
An interesting and brilliantly authentic work.
The Green Sea was a movie with much good, and quite a bit of bad. The atmosphere was outstanding, with a clear sense of tension and immanent doom at all times. The acting was also superb and skilled. The beginning though was a bit too confusing, and the ending was a little unsatisfactory, and left a few questions too many unanswered.
Certainly an interesting and unique work.
Fantastic Mr. Fox makes for a superb movie enjoyable by all ages. The stop-motion animation on the movie was amazing, and the movie looked absolutely gorgeous. The plot was both funny and sweet, though a couple of the jokes were used a time too many, and it wasn't entirely faithful to the source material (albeit it captured the spirit of dahls work well). The voice acting was also excellent.
Inglorious Bastards has once again proven why Quentin Tarantino is a legend. The classic Tarantino chronology didn't fail to disappoint, and the cinematography and directorship was superb. The acting was excellent, and the story fully engrossing. I was at the edge of my seat (both literally and figuratively) for the last 20 to 30 minutes or so. 99/100
Ghost world had its good moments, and its ehh moments. The plot certainly had times when it was deeply engaging and funny, but at times it could also get plain and uninteresting. Thora Birch's portrayal of Enid was similar, her acting could be great at times, and downright mediocre at others. Ultimately, I'm not entirely sure what to think of the movie.