Meandering film about dull people living out their lives, regretting choices made and going nowhere. Meanwhile, a more violent story is told of a roadside encounter gone bad. The parallels between the two stories are flimsy and this has no direction. 😦
Thought provoking sci-fi that is more about the characters than the aliens. Languidly told and carefully shot, the quest to understand why they are here is ultimately surprising and rewarding. Great performances and the emotional climax hits hard. 😀
Blind army veteran violently takes on trio of inept burglars during robbery. Grim and gritty, with genuine slots of tension and plot twists. Annoying plot contrivances and gradual slip to familiar unstoppable killer tropes hold it back. Watchable 😐
Young woman’s corpse found buried at a multiple homicide leads to Brian Cox and his son staying late to perform her autopsy. They wish they’d gone for a beer instead. From the director of Trollhunter; not as good, but still worth a watch. 🙂
The Twilight saga, the story of a young girl/woman indecision of sexual preference, her choice to practise with both bestiality or necrophilia, during this time others become jealous and wish to join in with the fun. #younggirlcantmakemindup
Vin Diesel, Paul Walker and crew driving modded cars looking for a plot. Thinly woven intrigue mixed with loud races and women in hot pants! Leave brain in first, put brakes on reasoning and wheel spin your neurons! Stupid fun 🙂
Whilst this Marvel mindbender tries to be strange, it’s not. Not really. Typical Marvel end of the world affair with contrived Deus Ex Machina plot shenanigans to make sure no one knows what’s going on. It’s alright, but little more.