noiseradio wrote:I loved Hugo. It was the best thing I've seen in ages. Scorsese's best since Goodfellas.
ice nine wrote:The Artist is a great movie. Bérénice Bejo will be a big star.
scielle wrote:The Grey.
Beautiful film. Absolutely nothing like the trailers - thankfully. Not a Liam Neeson vs. wolf bloodbath at all, but rather a visceral and honest character drama about survival. Neeson delivers a stellar, haunting performance, though you've got to wonder how much of it is really 'performance', and how much is reacting to what happened to Natasha. It's perfectly cast, not just in terms of the lead, but the supporting cast as well. Beautiful cinematography, too, and very effective sound design. And northern British Columbia looks stunning, as always. Too bad about the over-the-top wolves.
Jackson Monk wrote:'Come and See'
Emotional Toothpaste wrote:Take the Money and Run is a classic. Bananas is pretty good too.
Christopher Sjoholm wrote:Caught "Dark Shadows" today with my wife at the urging of my three daughters who think Tim Burton is a movie wizard. Got what I expected-high camp with a diverting enough Johnny Depp, who has a good old time with his 'fish out of water' character and a cast that seems to be having fun in their roles. Not much for plot but the design and atmosphere on the screen is worth spending two hours within the theater. Burton can build a scene just not necessarily move it along in a coherent plot line. Particularly enjoyed the comically vivacious Eva Green as Angelique and Chloe Grace Moretz, the young co star of "Hugo", as the young and sullen daughter to Michelle Pfeiffer- a world away from her character in "Hugo". I liked the visual pictures with their attention to detail- just found the plot very pedestrian.
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