This was not as bad as critics had led me to believe. I went into it expecting a terrible movie considering superhero fatigue has been in play for a while. I still tend to enjoy a lot of there movies, but I just can’t get into them that much. I don’t think I’ve rewatches any of the latest ones either. This one at least felt very different and creative leading the movie to feel more like a Star Wars franchise…
The Apartment 1960
Jack Lemon and Shirley MacLaine had such great chemistry in Billy Wilder’s The Apartment. The film is fun, the actors are terrific, the script is funny, and there is nothing not to like about it. Lemon was such a charismatic actor and so lovable on screen, while MacLaine was gorgeous and funny. This hit all the right notes for a perfect romantic comedy. There is not much else to say about this film other than it is such a delight and an easy watch despite being a film that was made over 60 years ago. Pure comedic gold.
Good Will Hunting 1997
“I'd ask you about love, you'd probably quote me a sonnet. But you've never looked at a woman and been totally vulnerable. Known someone that could level you with her eyes, feeling like God put an angel on earth just for you.”
The scene where Robin Williams’ Sean Maguire sits on a park bench with Matt Damon’s Will Hunting to have their little shrink session about life, love, and identity is perhaps my favorite cinematic moment ever. More than a…
The Hunt 2012
"Look into my eyes. Look me in the eyes. What do you see? Do you see anything? Nothing. There's nothing. There's nothing. You leave me alone now."
Danish director, Thomas Vinterberg (The Celebration), delivers a powerful and emotionally draining drama that will leave audiences hooked and feeling enraged for what Mads Mikelssen's character goes through in his closely-knit community. It's a film that will resonate with you and stay on your mind long after it's over. Building on Mikelssen's powerful…