Main Cast: Michael B. Jordan, Melonie Diaz, Octava Spencer, Ariana Neal
Review: 9 out of 10 stars.
Not an easy film to watch. It’s emotional and difficult even only in the beginning it showed the actual cellphone footage and last quarter of the film it showed the Bart incident.
It’s the whole movie’s focus on Oscar Grant’s life that portrayed a struggling from trouble young man. True it showed his love on his daughter, his close relationships with his family and not wanting them to worry about his financial hardships. True it only brushed (more…)
Main Cast: Melissa McCarthy, Sandra Bullock
Review: 4.5 out of 10 stars.
Premise: 2 non-feminine women — 1 federal agent (Bullock) and 1 police detective (McCarthy), who are both dedicated to their work and have extreme different personalities, have to work together, reluctantly, on investigating a drug related case.
The plot was simple, with just a simple flowchart of 1 leader of another leader.
Bullock’s character is uptight and in boyish clothing. Well, she just did not seem to play well in humorous roles and was unable to act mean.
McCarthy, on the other hand, looks like she just acts as she was still in Bridesmaids — foul and loud mouth, crass humor, open and unrefined.
It is 4 out of 10 stars for the first half of the movie as the plot was way too simple and inadequate (more…)
Main Cast: Ethan Hawke, Rhys Wakefield, Lena Headey, Max Burkholder, Adelaide Kane, Edwin Hodge
Review: 7.2 out of 10 stars.
Plot: what if 1 day a year, for 12 hours, it is legal to commit any crimes and there will be no assistance from the fire department, police or ambulance? The premise is to “purge” people, to release that suppression inside, to keep the society in order, and to only keep those who are likable. Nightmare starts when someone is let inside a locked down house.
The concept was fresh clever and while the execution was a repeat from other movies, good (more…)