Just watched Justice League. Story wasn't strong which didn't bother me much since I went in without much expectation. Enjoyed it more than Thor: Ragnarok.
I forgot it was out and ended up walking into a full-on review. Managed to escape before I read anything.Just watched Justice League. Story wasn't the strong which didn't bother me much since I went in without much expectation. Enjoyed it more than Thor: Ragnarok.
Did the "wah, wah" moment get you, too, lol? It had me crying all over my floor. I thought that "cry me a river" was just an exaggeration, an expression, lol, but when that scene came on, I literally cried a river, lol.Watching The Miracle Worker (1962) - About the childhood of Helen Keller.
No, I don't get tears or anything. But felt it deeply.Did the "wah, wah" moment get you, too, lol? It had me crying all over my floor. I thought that "cry me a river" was just an exaggeration, an expression, lol, but when that scene came on, I literally cried a river, lol.
Yes, the Dark World theme is so good. It should be Thor's cinematic theme.Just back home after watching Thor:Ragnarok. Kinda sad that they did not use this theme.
Also did not like the insensitive joke when Asgard was going down. But Hela is a much better antagonist than the 2nd one.
And Loki did not disappoint. I felt warmth for a moment then he suddenly says that he bet against Thor lol.
Just started Calamity Jane (1953). Loving it. Wonderful songs.I can't believe you haven't seen Calamity Jane (Doris Day) this is a classic!!
AGREE on Valerain. albeit that girl is super HOT. I will watch Hitman's bodyguard next. I didn't know it was Comedy ?? I thought it was serious action movie ?Watched The Hitman's Bodyguard and Valerian over the weekend.
Hitman's Bodyguard was hilarious. Really enjoyed it.
Valerian had some cool special effects and interesting concepts, but the plot and acting was only so-so.
It doesn't have any adult scenes so it may not suitable for adult. I really enjoy Disney movies. It is rated G normally because it is good for anybody.she is so cute. is it good movie for adults as well ?
Took my Mother to see it yesterday. It has the feel of a cheap made-for-tv production.Battle of the Sexes, just awful.
These storyline has been done over 1,000 time after The Third Man movie, from Mike Hammer to Mannix to NYPD Blue! Never looses it impact yet!The morale of the Third Man: Never listen to a policeman with a sob story or never trust someone who calls you your friend.
The result is that you lose your friend, your girl and the drug trade is resumed under someone else's authority.
Its persistent success (I must've seen it a couple months ago shortly after it came out but it's still playing in theaters) has indeed been one of the year's best stories in indie cinema. (The flip side: the feel-good racism of Victoria and Abdul, which opened around the same time and is also going strong, alas.) And yes, Brooklynn Prince was truly extraordinary as Moonee. Director Sean Baker in a recent Q&A declared her a precocious "genius" on par with Mickey Rooney, Jodie Foster and Elle Fanning, and I myself would probably pick her as the second best child actor active in English-language cinema today, just behind Jacob Tremblay (who BTW continues to prove himself the worthy successor of Haley Joel Osment, most recently in the tearjerker Wonder).The Florida Project, extraordinary movie and acting from the child star ‘Moonie’.
Its lead stars were miscast - I know I'm not the only one who found it odd that the Beast shows exudes more virile eroticism than the effeminate Prince (both played by Dan Stevens), and truth be told Emma Watson is a tad too homely to pass for the town's Belle - and I may be biased as I saw the famous animated original after this live-action version, but overall I do think this was a worthy addition to the Disney canon rather than a shameless cash grab. It may be available on Netflix now, but if you haven't you may want to see it in the theater during its next anniversary run. I saw it in IMAX 3D myself and the absolutely dazzling "Be Our Guest" sequence alone was worth the price of admission. And Luke Evans manages to steal the show in his every appearance as the insufferable Gaston.Just watched Beauty and the Beast (2017) - nice rendition of the previous animated movie.
If you liked Groundhog Day you may wanna try the recent Happy Death Day. It's not as violent as its awkward title suggests, and I liked how it meshed all of its horror/fantasy tropes together to create something subversive (though nowhere near transcendent - it's still a genre film, if a very entertaining one).Groundhog Day (1993) - Bill Murray. Saw it in the 90s and hated it. Watched it again yesterday and liked it.
Nah. Admittedly the story had a lot more potential, but as far as standard biopics go this was one of the better ones. And I actually liked that the film had very little to do with tennis.Battle of the Sexes, just awful.