Just had the chance to watch The Perks of Being a Wallflower. What can I say, I really liked it. I love the cast (the main trio were great), the soundtrack, and the feeling I had after watching it. Good job to the original writer of the novel for he adapted his work to the big screen pretty well and showed he has potential in the movie scene. I'm looking forward to his future works as a director.
My personal favorite part of the movie was this
And Emma Watson is gorgeous.
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A bit late, but here is a nice fanpic for The Hobbit.
The Perks of Being a Wallflower better not be disappointing, I'm going to watch it tomorrow because of you ... and Emma. :P
Anybody watched Pitch Perfect? My friends are recommending it to me and singing the soundtrack like crazy.
^ Pitch Perfect is pretty funny, so I think you'll enjoy it. Oddly enough, I'd rather the soundtrack would release some of the dj mashups featured in the film rather than the acapella renditions of famous songs.
watched Silver Linings Playbook. Entertaining, but maybe not memorable.
Pitch Perfect was meh for me. i expected more from it because my friends hyped it so much. In the end it felt like just any other college movie.
Yeah I heard that it was a great comedy but personally I didn't find it anything special. Entertaining yes, but it was still very similar to many other comedies. I watched Silver Linings Playbook and enjoyed it a lot. It had a great cast and I can see Jennifer Lawrence winning best actress, but then again I haven't really seen the other nominees' performances in their respective films.
Like Maybe.... Anne Hathaway in Les Miserables?
Jesus she could act with her face alone!
First fifteen minutes into the movie and I'm already crying because five minutes were zoomed into Anne's face singing and doing nothing else, but that brought fucking tears out of me!
Just saw hansel and gretel. I saw the trailer a couple months ago and I have to say, I expected the movie to be outright horrible. I mean, the trailer made it look so bad I actually resisted going to the movies at all to see it. Still, seeing I found the movie to be quite enjoyable. Kinda like when I expected abraham lincon: Vampire hunter to suck but turning out to be surprisingly adequate except that vampire hunter was better overall.
Direct to dvd sequel or cheap rip off? :P
Probably not. I'm sure it's an Asylum Films (or whatever they're called now) knock-off. You know, the guys who did Transmorphers.
I said the cinematography was great, now it won the American Society of Cinematographers Best Cinematography Award.
First shot to Eli Roth's 'The Green Inferno'.
You can watch all 5 Oscar nominees on Firstshowing.
And a long preview for Monster University.
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