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Immortals

Reviewed by CryingHero

  • Currently 1/5 Stars.

Worthless fluff... at least "300" was somewhat original and dare I say it good... this on the other hand. . .

Paul

Reviewed by CryingHero

  • Currently 4/5 Stars.

A delicate and beautifully crafted film are not words to describe PAUL. It is however a rough edged roller coaster piece of mischief that creates a very enjoyable film to watch and quite arguably the best that Pegg and Frost have done to date. The CGI that creates the character of PAUL is truly remarkable and makes Avatar look something of childs play. The reality of the character makes one often forget that it is merely CGI pixels. This film is laugh-out-loud and will have you smiling throughout with it's warmth, excitement, and good hearted fun.

50/50

Reviewed by CryingHero

  • Currently 4/5 Stars.

Having being affected by cancer through a family member the harsh reality of this film really hits home. Although a comedy the film sheds a serious light on cancer through the medium of laughter. This is something that makes the film enjoyable to watch with a great performance by Gordon-Levitt and an equally great performance by Seth Rogan. A film full of charm, laughter, a tough but stomach-able message that should be seen by all!

127 Hours

Reviewed by CryingHero

  • Currently 1/5 Stars.

The King's Speech

Reviewed by CryingHero

  • Currently 3/5 Stars.

FANTASTIC performances. But that is about it. The script is above average, but nothing else happens and its just people talking in rooms. Worth seeing however for Rush and Firth's performances.

The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo (Man som hatar kvinnor)

Reviewed by CryingHero

  • Currently 4/5 Stars.

A powerful and exciting story that sticks true to Stieg Larssons novel. No need to make an English remake in my eyes.

The Twilight Saga: Eclipse

Reviewed by CryingHero

  • Currently 1/5 Stars.

Dull Dull Dull. This is coming from someone who was sucked into reading the books which incidently are. . . dull.

The Karate Kid

Reviewed by CryingHero

  • Currently 4/5 Stars.

Young Smith has a career on his hands and the loveable Jackie Chan is back again. In this modern remake it is all that. The twist in culture is a fantastic plot ploy. My biggest gripe is the fact that mini Smith is learning Kung-Fu and not Karate which would should mean we are all really watching 'The Kung-Fu Kid'

The A-Team

Reviewed by CryingHero

  • Currently 3/5 Stars.

A fun action film of the classic TV-Show with less of the classicness. Neeson and Copley put in fine performances. Lots of explosions and fighting. Just whats needed.

The Last Airbender

Reviewed by CryingHero

  • Currently 2/5 Stars.

As a fan of the original aimated series I was quite disappointed when I watched 'The Last Airbender' (in 2D) as it strayed far from the series which means the story has less of a meaning. The special effects are pretty good but not too interesting a watch.

Inception

Reviewed by CryingHero

  • Currently 5/5 Stars.

An almost perfect film but still worth the 5*'s. Nolan is by far one of the best directors on the go at the moment and this film is just proof of how great he is at creating a full package film. DeCaprio is on top form with an award winning performance, and not to forget the understated but amazing Cillian Murphy who sbows the talent that he has. The plot while confusing to begin with is suddenly easliy explained and is such a creative gem that Nolan could have done so much more with this film yet what he gave is enought to blow us away. In my top five films of 2010 so far!

Grown Ups

Reviewed by CryingHero

  • Currently 1/5 Stars.

With so many comedians to play off of each other this film feels over crowded and moves along at a snails pace which makes it hard to watch.. Chris Rock being another reason its hard to watch.