It's a screen month
I’m in my movie period, meaning that I’ve missed quite some in the last months, and I did my catch-up in a couple a weeks.
- Crash: a must see (thanks for recommending John), that is confronting and deadly honest. Saw it pretty late – should win a statement Oscar
- A history of violence: a weird mix of drama, western and mafia moment, but it makes you wonder.
- Kiss Kiss Bang Bang: I saw it in
Live concert of The White Stripes on BelgacomTV: unbelievable power of a 2man band.
- Where the truth lies: a weird thriller, but Kevin Bacon & Colin Firth act mysteriously strong in a view upon stardom
- Revolver: thin plot & story, but for some unexplainable reason I liked the pace & rhythm of the movie, even if directed by Guy Ritchie
- L’Enfant: a brothers Dardenne movie (known from Rosetta, or La Promesse), which is tough but makes one think about the desperation of … desperation
- Bunker’s paradise : reminded me of a couple of
- Harry Potter 4: cool, magical as always, although I liked it less than some of the predecessors. Plus a bit too scary for the kids in front of my, as well as some others that got escorted out of room with mother
- Enron- the smartest guys in the room: good documentary style movie, but must admit I slept a bit.
Didn’t work for me:
- King Kong: amazingly fantastic technical production, but for many reason it didn’t get to me
- untold scandal: could have liked the concept, but way too predictable for me
- In Her Shoes: isn’t the bad bittersweet teenager forgetmeplease I expected, but didn’t really get to me either.
Thank you Femmie for joining me – needed many movies to see.