Joseph Gordon Lewitt’s directorial debut- a movie about a man’s pornography addiction and his struggle to find intimacy and happiness with his potential true love. The movie is funny, edgy, authentic and tonic- since Julianne Moore agreed to be part of cast, there must be something good about it, right?. The characters feel very real. I found Gordon- Lewitt’s first behind the camera perspective to be surprisingly good and mature.
The story of two young boys who encounter a fugitive named Mud and form a pact to help him evade the bounty hunters on his trail and to reunite him with his true love. A good, relaxing movie, that can be easily watched with your family. It kinda reminded me of Mark Twain’s stories of Tow Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn.
The Hangover Part III
When Doug is kidnapped by an angry gangster, the Wolf Pack must find Mr. Chow, who has escaped from prison and is apparently the culprit. This final part of the franchise is the point where the movie gets annoying and only vaguely funny. I would have never paid to see this one at the cinema. Now, am I the only one extremely annoyed by this Alan guy?
An art auctioneer who teamed up with a group of criminals contacts a hypnotherapist in order to recover his memory and find a lost painting. This movie is different from anything I’ve seen before, with an intriguing plot, blurred between fantasy and reality. It is a psychological thriller, with an interesting perspective, completely unpredictable, that reveals its secrets in the end.
3:10 to Yuma
This is an older movie (2007), so you might have seen it already. It is about a rancher, buried in debt, who, in exchange for money, agrees to escort a captured outlaw and put him on the train to court in Yuma. If you’re a fan of Western, you should know that this movie has the perfect setting and classic story. Not to mention Christian Bale and Russel Crowe playing the leading characters.