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Pather Panchali Review

Pather Panchali Review

donuthaters12, Aug 26, 2014

Review In A Nutshell:

Pather Panchali would mark as both the first films that I have experienced from Satyajit Ray and Indian cinema, therefore I did not know what to expect coming into this. Since I was going into this film blind, I had to be patient with it and not let my first judgement define my overall opinion of the film. The fil...
Juno  Review

Juno Review

donuthaters12, Aug 26, 2014

Review In A Nutshell:

How weird is it, that Reitman's most celebrated film, is the one that I find the most unappealing. Before seeing Juno for the first time, a couple of months back, I had high hopes for this one as I thought that if I adored the director's lesser works, it would be most likely that his "best" feature would be just a...
Up in the Air  Review

Up in the Air Review

donuthaters12, Aug 26, 2014

Review In A Nutshell:

Things were rough for our family during the last two years, as there was a long stretch during that period where my father was out of the job and was struggling to find another. This placed my family in a difficult financial position, where our lifestyle took a hit and the very few luxuries we had started to fade....
Young Adult  Review

Young Adult Review

donuthaters12, Aug 26, 2014

Review In A Nutshell:

Young Adult was like a breath of fresh air when I saw it for the first time. It took themes that have been recycled repeatedly, and sucker punch the audience with its final act. I distinctively remember jumping out of my seat when I first viewed the film's final 20 minutes as it came at me with such force that eve...
Her  Review

Her Review

donuthaters12, Aug 26, 2014

Review In A Nutshell:

I am currently not in the position to write about this film as it has overwhelmed me so much that going into too much detail would just deeply hurt me, physically and emotionally. But I will try my best.

Her takes an attribute that is prominent in contemporary society and places it in a story set in a...
Aparajito Review

Aparajito Review

donuthaters12, Aug 26, 2014

Review In A Nutshell:

Satyajit Ray's follow up to Pather Panchali, Aparajito a.k.a "The Unvanquished", continues the story of Apu and his family, dealing with issues of loss, loneliness, and growth.

Aparajito certainly deals with interesting and universal themes but I felt Ray's direction was a bit too obvious and forced h...
The Red Balloon  Review

The Red Balloon Review

donuthaters12, Aug 26, 2014

Review In A Nutshell:

Maybe I'm just not intellectual enough to understand or appreciate this film. I found this film to be so highly ambiguous that I was left distant the entire time. It wasn't until 30 minutes in that I gained some sort of idea of what the metaphor for the balloon is, and what I came up with felt highly far-fetched. ...
The World Review

The World Review

donuthaters12, Aug 26, 2014

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I just couldn't connect with the characters or the problems they are going through. The film also is paced slowly, which I wouldn't have minded if its content delivered something care-worthy. Though I was pleased with the natural performances from the cast and the film's musical score was memorable. This is a film...
The World of Apu Review

The World of Apu Review

donuthaters12, Aug 26, 2014

Review In A Nutshell:

The World of Apu is the third film from Satyajit Ray's Apu trilogy. After the slight disappointment with the second film, as compared to the brilliant first film, my expectations for this one wasn't really high and predicting that I would come out of it lukewarm. The World of Apu proved me wrong as it delivers som...
Lost in Translation  Review

Lost in Translation Review

donuthaters12, Aug 26, 2014

Review In A Nutshell:

It has been roughly around five years since my first encounter with this film, and my experience of it this time around has been different. I was only 15 when I first watched this film and viewed it in my tiny laptop laying down in my couch in the dark being entranced by the complex and unique romance of its two l...
Ashes of Time Redux  Review

Ashes of Time Redux Review

donuthaters12, Aug 26, 2014

Review In A Nutshell:

Before discussing the film, I just want to state to whoever is reading this that my opinion here is purely based on what I have just seen, I have no previous experience of the Wong Kar Wai's filmography and the 1994 original release of the film.

Ashes of Time follows a number of random stories that re...
Drive  Review

Drive Review

donuthaters12, Aug 25, 2014

I still remember my first experience with this film, blowing me away with its mysteriously fascinating protagonist and its sensationally
memorable synth soundtrack. The most heartbreaking aspect about that experience was having to return this film to the rental place, and
knowing that it would be a while for me to actually have the op...
Sin City: A Dame to Kill For  Review

Sin City: A Dame to Kill For Review

fromthemakerof, Aug 25, 2014

Nothing matters in this sequel. Story lines go nowhere and end abruptly. Characters could be taken out completely without impacting overall plot, if there even was one. The worst chapter, featuring Jessica Alba's Nancy, is saved for last and is laughably bad. Eva Green's eyes and voice mesmerize on their own, yet she appears nude in roug...
Calvary  Review

Calvary Review

financeguy89, Aug 24, 2014

Brendan Gleeson shines in this film about a priest put into a near impossible situation. Extremely well written and brilliantly acted out by the players involved. Easily one of this years best films. Thought provoking and memorable. Don't miss it.
Alice in Wonderland  Review

Alice in Wonderland Review

pikachufan1336, Aug 21, 2014

"Alice in Wonderland" remains one of my favorite movies of all time. Of course, it has a lot of differences, comparing to the wonderful book from Lewis Carroll, but Walt Disney managed to give a strange object, without a real classical story (with a starting and an ending), which gives this film a funny "experimental side"... And I particularly lo...
A Troll in Central Park  Review

A Troll in Central Park Review

Bamoviegirl, Aug 20, 2014

Wow one of the best animated movies musicals magic comedies imagination best don bluth films that and all dogs go to heaven and an American tail and an American tail fivel goes west. It has the voice of dom deluse who plays Stanley a troll who has a green thumb and who can make things like flowers and he fights an evil queen played by cloris leach ...
Jurassic Park  Review

Jurassic Park Review

Bamoviegirl, Aug 20, 2014

Best movie ever made one of my all time favorite movies I grew up watching Jurassic park love the whole movie and one of the best Steven Spielberg movies ever made also so is the first jaws et. John Williams did the best music in Jurassic park and in the movie the Rocketeer another best movies
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles  Review

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Review

WVMark, Aug 19, 2014

I had reservations about this movie. I don't like Michael Bay and his Transformers. Mostly because there's a lot of quick action shots, which I think are a crutch hiding a lack of talent. The storylines are typically pathetic. I also don't think Megan Fox can act. Toss in both and it should have been a disaster. Something different came out o...
The Expendables 3  Review

The Expendables 3 Review

tallrichard, Aug 18, 2014

Saw this mess yesterday, I loved the first one, liked #2...but this was more like an excuse to blow things up...reminded me of Die Hard 5 in that regard. Harrison Ford, Sly Stallone, Arnold and Banderas looked so old, they would be better making a remake of Grumpy Old Men than shooting this waste of time.

Funniest part of it all, is...
The Expendables 3  Review

The Expendables 3 Review

StillaYankee, Aug 17, 2014

If you like the franchise, you'll love E3. Simply fantastic & very entertaining, though a few lines went over my kids' heads such as when sly was talking to Snipes early in the movie. Won't give it away but I burst out laughing and my kids looked at me like some kind of kook as they had never heard of the word in any form let alone the way it was...
The Seventh Seal  Review

The Seventh Seal Review

simonynwa, Aug 17, 2014

Beautifully shot, especially the more dark and brooding scenes, the film explores some interesting themes on the inevitability of death, the existence of God, the meaning of life, or lack thereof, and religious extremism. All quite sombre themes, but thankfully the film does attempt to balance these themes, notably with the warmer scenes involving ...
Hercules  Review

Hercules Review

blurayfreak1, Aug 16, 2014


This is a good animated Disney film based on the Greek Mythology and very catchy music. The film had a good plot, good character development, and a good cast. My
favorite voice acting in this film was Danny DeVito as Philoctetes. In my opinion Hades is the funniest Disney villain of all-time. The visuals were beautiful and ...
The Expendables 3  Review

The Expendables 3 Review

Midnight Max, Aug 16, 2014

"The Expendables 3" - (2014) - "Barney Ross" (Sylvester Stallone), along with his crew of veteran mercenaries, returns to square off against an old team member gone rogue (Mel Gibson) in this third installment of The Expendables franchise. Perhaps if I hadn't recently viewed Director Gareth Evans' vastly superior, blood-spattered action flick, "Th...
The Expendables 3  Review

The Expendables 3 Review

WVMark, Aug 16, 2014

Loved the third installment of The Expendables. It's just plain fun. While the second film had more of the actors making fun of themselves, this third movie cuts back on that a little and focuses more on fun and action. As others have mentioned, Banderas is a hoot. There was also a little more of that quick action cuts than I'd like, but not e...
In a Better World  Review

In a Better World Review

simonynwa, Aug 15, 2014

Very powerful and moving film. Essentially three stories which all connect through the relationships between the characters, there is a strong theme of how people deal with feelings of helplessness and anger that build up as a result of aggression or loss. From bullying to the loss of a parent, to working in a refugee camp in Africa, the characters...
Immortal Beloved  Review

Immortal Beloved Review

simonynwa, Aug 15, 2014

Oldman is magnificent and the story, while not historically accurate, is gripping. Bernard Rose's choice of particular pieces of Beethoven's music to match the scenes in question is more often than not inspired. The "Ode to Joy" sequence, played to Beethoven's memories of his childhood, is frankly one of the finest musical sequences committed to fi...
The Karate Kid, Part II  Review

The Karate Kid, Part II Review

simonynwa, Aug 15, 2014

Concentrating on Miyagi as this film does seems a good choice since he was the best thing about the first one and again he is here too. The change of setting is also welcome. But, unfortunately, this is a typical 80s sequel - way too repetitive of plot elements and ideas from the first film. The scenes between Daniel and Miyagi are really the only ...
Appaloosa  Review

Appaloosa Review

simonynwa, Aug 15, 2014

Good performances and beautiful cinematography but after a tense start, the story just seems to wander with no real focus, and it doesn't seem to have anything new to offer the genre. The theme of loyalty is probably the most prevalent and the bond between the two lawmen is nicely played. But the ending is also unsatisfying though it may well reinf...
The Karate Kid  Review

The Karate Kid Review

simonynwa, Aug 15, 2014

Without looking at this through nostalgic eyes, this has all the hallmarks of a pretty average 80s teen film and the resolution is never in doubt. Apart from Macchio, the acting from the other teens in this film is poor, which affects the theme of bullying that the film is trying to address. But once Mr Miyagi enters the film, it becomes something ...
The Thomas Crown Affair  Review

The Thomas Crown Affair Review

simonynwa, Aug 15, 2014

Enjoyable but fairly forgettable. Russo and Brosnan help elevate this film and seem to be having a lot of fun with the parts. They have a great rapport with each other and the film completely relies on their chemistry to make it work. The actual heists however are completely ridiculous and stretch credibility to breaking point.

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