I seriously doubt anyone will care about the Hunger Games by that time anymore.
I'm so glad Baz Luhrmann makes movies. Nobody else does it like he does.
In a better world, this is what the Scary Movie franchise would be. Parody doesn't have to be moronic and base. This is the best send-up of the teen supernatural romance craze yet. Kristen Stewart lookalike falls in love with a corpse while he chows down on her ex-boyfriend's brains, played almost completely straight. An unexpectedly good movie.
Some movies are bad on a level that makes you wonder if it's some sort of elaborate joke. Because surely actors like Kate Mara, Olivia Wilde, Eric Bana and Charlie Hunnam, on the upswing of their careers, wouldn't sign up for a script this terrible for any other reason. Sample dialogue: Police Chief to his deputy daughter "What if we got out there and you had to change your tampon??!" "Then I'd change it, Dad."
Riley Keough seemed to be channeling late-'90s Joshua Jackson in this. A tougher, grittier, and er female, Pacey Witter.
Worked a lot better for me when viewed back-to-back with Casino Royale, but it's still not much when compared with the two 007 movies that came before and after it.
This could have been a good movie, but it's killed by poor editing, generic music and some stupid moments that could easily be lifted out. Waste of a great cast, good cinematography and some nice ideas.
The first hour was so wonderful. So damn good. And then it falls apart.
It's no small feat on Jennifer Lawrence's part that she comes out of this movie looking good. It drags everyone else involved down into the murky depths of schlock, but somehow she rises above it and manages to make going through the motions seem interesting.
I loved the book as a teenager and I was kind of dreading this - Chbosky's TV series 'Jericho' was beyond awful - but it actually turned out pretty great. So much heart. Mercifully has more in common with a My So-Called Life than a One Tree Hill. I feel like I'm a little too old at 27 to get the full effect, but it still had some magic.
The Goonies' fucked-up little brother.
I expected so little and received so much. Brilliant, brilliant film.
Terrible for the most part but a great premise, a Queen soundtrack, and a spectacular final sword fight on the set of a music video go a long way.
Even better the second time.
Guy Pearce and Maggie Grace running around, trying to escape a space prison and being sassy with each other could make for a fun movie, but oh boy is Lockout not fun. Good grief.
One of the greatest movie endings of all-time. He's going to miss that plane.
The first half was brilliant, the second half wasn't. It switched out the people I'd begun to care about and replaced them with... actors.
Zach Galifianakis with the singing voice of Joanna Newsom ^_^
The book has the ingredients for a really good movie but this wasn't it. Take away Jennifer Lawrence's performance and it has very little going for it. Maybe they'll reboot the franchise in a decade or two and let a better director take a shot.
One of the coolest pieces of animation I've ever seen.
Sara Paxton was so good in this and created a really memorable character, but the movie is disappointing. Feels like more time was spent on the poster than the script.
These movies came along at exactly the right time in my life. I was dealing with some difficult stuff but for three years each Christmas I got to go with my Dad and lose myself in Middle Earth with the hobbits and elves and dwarfs and orcs and fucking walking trees, where death wasn’t a brutal, ugly, soul destroying thing, but actually really beautiful. They helped me a lot and I’ll always be pretty attached to them.
I like how we only see a small part of this guy's life, and it's probably not even the most interesting or eventful part.
Leonardo DiCaprio is so unbelievably great in this. The exception to Tropic Thunder's rule.
I love how this can be a really heart-warming coming of age love story or a creepy as fuck tale of vampire grooming, depending on how you want to look at it.
I don't understand Kate Hudson. It's like she finished this movie and said 'Okay, I'm bored of being great, bring on the romantic comedies!'
Feels like sunshine on your skin.
This movie is deranged. Not just about a deranged person or depicting deranged events but, in and of itself, deranged. I liked it.
The bit at the end where the mum is just watching him and barely keeping her eyelids open cause she's so tired but still can't look away from her little son safe and home again :')
A spiritual sequel to Spinal Tap.