The Last Movie I Saw (vol. 2)
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I saw Avatar on Sunday! Truth be told, the story isn't really something to write home about, but the visuals...!
We saw it in 3D and I loved the three-dimensional touches they put in (like the flying jellyfish). Also, the colours and textures of the forests and mountains were brilliantly done. Highly recommended.
The next ones I am looking forward to are "Up in the air" and "Invictus" --those will take a while to arrive here in the sticks.
Meh...save your money. A bunch of action sequences held together by some talking scenes of Perseus trying to motivate the folks around him as they get killed off.
Casting minden (2008, Hungary)
Sky Blue (2003, South Korea)
Anatomy Of A Murder (1959, USA)
A labda (1974, Hungary)
Karambol (1964, Hungary)
Black Swan (2010, USA)
(Yes, I am Hungarian)
Secret Garden--Johnny Depp-- So enjoyed
Shutter Island--Leonardo DiCaprio--So enjoyed
Inception--Leonardo DiCaprio--Was just ok
Now for a break from these psychological thrillers:
Eat, Love, Pray--Julia Roberts--Had a girls night with my 20 yr. old daughter and we enjoyed it.
Just into these movies that I have to figure out here lately.
Midnight's Children didn't impress me as a book, and the movie made me feel only slightly better about it. I don't understand or appreciate all the vulgarity about snot, for one thing.
Cloud Atlas is a fun experimental novel, the movie changes a few things but not too terribly and was fun too, but probably not a rewatch. I think the movie would have been very frustrating to watch if I hadn't read the book first.
Life of Pi is the best of the three, imo, as novel and movie. It has a slow section in the middle of the book that translates into a slow section on screen, and I'm not sure I'm in a hurry to ever watch it again because of that, but it was definitely good to see once. The ending really got to me.
The last movie I have seen that I thought was really memorable was the Grand Budapest Hotel. I thought the deliberate stylized sets made such an interesting statement in this era of grittiness and shaky cameras.