Sunday, September 15, 2013

My List Of Awesome Movies

1.The Man from Earth->

 This is one of the most overlooked movie in the 2000-2010 decade. It is one of the most entertaining movies I have watched, based on the little movement by the people, I mean it all goes on in one room, in one area. No flashbacks, no nothing. Just people having one of the most interesting conversation of all. This movie is so fascinating because, you can't as pointed out in the film, not say if it's true or not. You can't prove, nor disapprove it. I don't know what to believe, and I think that is the point of the movie, leaving the audience torn apart.

The Man From Earth is a very unusual movie. It isn't about crime, suspense, adventure or action. And that twist at the end ... you have to see this one.

2.In To The Wild->

Inspired by a true story this was one of the most powerful films that I have ever seen. It changed my outlook completely and it helped me to appreciate the most simple things in life.

The acting, filming, scenery and Eddie Vedders fantastic soundtrack are all amazing but the story itself is what does it. A mans strict refusal to be lured in by the evil in society leads to an epic journey of Self Development, proving that real strength lies within. This film will not only entertain, it will inspire. It shows that the only thing stopping you, is you.

A True Masterpiece.

3.Groundhog Day->

The movie revolves around Phil (Bill Murray), a melancholy weatherman who one day realizes the futility of his life while down doing the annual "Groundhog Day" story. When he awakes the next day, he eventually discovers he is reliving yesterday. The days keep passing, and he keeps finding himself back on that same day. Phil must decide what do do with that time, and work out how he'll possibly get onto that next day and the rest of his life.

Great character development throughout, solid plot, good casting, great acting and truly original ideas. I loved the variety of ways the main character chooses to live, or rather re-live each day.Buy it, trust me you'll watch it again.

4.It's a Wonderful Life->

    Depressed about how your life turned out? Watch this film

I can't think of a better message or anything more inspirational than can be found  in this film.The story is a reminder that we're all important and, no matter how tough it gets,we need to keep going.                                                                                                          

It's A Wonderful Life tells the story of George Bailey, an honest,hard-working resident of Bedford Falls who dreams of seeing the world.But the circumstances pushed him to the brink of suicide and he is saved by an Angel.George gets the chance to see what life would be like in Bedford Falls if he had  never been born and realizes the true importance of his life.A must Watch for ALL...                                                                             

5.The Good, the Bad and the Ugly->
Search on IMDB and the comment says it all "For a girl who doesn't enjoy westerns much, this was one of the greatest films ever!"
There are too many parts to the film, too many special moments, to comment on any more . It is a film that, if you haven't seen, you should as soon as possible. And if you have seen it, a second, third or fifty-seventh viewing is in order. This film has quality that we are not given the privilege to see very often.

6.The Dark Knight->

R.I.P. Heath Ledger. This portray of Joker will never be forgotten.

Christopher Nolan has made his masterpiece. The perfect balance between drama and superhero action can be found here in The Dark Knight.                                                                                            
My favorite moment was when the joker tells how he's got the scar around his mouth.I think you may have already seen this movie if not buy it today.                                                                                                                                         

Monday, August 26, 2013

Movie Review

Kiss Kiss Bang Bang ->Deserves a Kiss and a Bang

Directed by Shane Black and stars Robert Downey Jr. and Val Kilmer.Robert Downey Jr. is a thief who is lucky  enough to escape from the police being confused with an actor in a casting.Bang is the word to describe the acting of Robert Downey Jr., having a really good performance for a funny character.

Robert Downey Junior here is Harry, a bumbling small time thief who through a series of coincidences and misunderstandings finds himself sent to LA for a movie audition where he is instructed to 'research' his role with the tough as nails gay Private Eye Perry (Val Kilmer in a scene stealing turn). Perry and Harry though soon find themselves in over their heads when they come into possession of a murdered girl's corpse and pursued by kidnappers, while at the same time getting mixed up with Harmony (the gorgeous Michelle Monaghan), a struggling actress whose sister has just recently committed suicide. The ensuing plot may be rather difficult to follow on first viewing, but this is a film that rewards repeat watches as there are always great lines to pick up on that you may have missed first time.

Rather than focusing on action this explores the comic and indeed genius pairing of Val Kilmer and Robert Downey Jr.Clever, fun, witty, rich characters...I could go on but I'll leave by saying, if you like to laugh... love a good pace, cleverness and wit, then go see Kiss Kiss Bang Bang.

Deserves 8/10 rating.I might be biased on Robert Downey Jr movies :)