I just watched 50/50. JGL has dimples so deep, I'd eat cereal out of them
I actually loved this movie and cried the last 30 minutes through. it avoided the Lifetime-movie-ish approach to disease that could have been the film's undoing. I was completely convinced by JGL AND Seth Rogen AND I actually really loved Anna Kendrick as the post-doc therapist.
also they could not have picked a better dog.
would see again.
I want to see this because JGL is my bro, man. Glad to know it turned out pretty good!
Just watched Paranormal activity 2 and for the life of me I can't understand why people find these films scary. I was laughing at all the stuff in it, I just found it boring and the characters kind of stupid, and oh my god the ending was so stupid. That being said I did like the connection to the first film, until the very end part happened. But I do admire the film makers of this series they are doing great with low budget horror and I guess they are keeping horror alive in the cinema as it just doesn't seem to be around much anymore.
Finally got around to watchin Inception the other day. Great movie - just the type I like. It was one of the most moving filsm I've seen in a while, the last one being Shutter Island. It seems these films are very similar:
Both have dream/surreal worlds.
Both have di Caprio as the main actor.
Both concern intense emotions due to guilt over something to do with a wife's death.
Both have super ambiguous endings.
Interestingly, another of my favourite movies is The Matrix which also happens to concern a dream/simulated world. I wonder why I am drawn to these kinds of stories?