A wonderful mystery told through art with what I think is Geoffrey Rush's best ever performance is excellent in my book.
Wow. Beyond awful. Take the money and invest it in Africa. Trite script, awful dialogue.
Surprisingly good. Lots of shooting and explosions.
Loved it. Unsettling, a couple of scenes almost unwatchable in their violence, a mixture of suspense and shoe fetishism, and bonkers. Cinematography bewilderingly brilliant.
Epic opening, got syrupy towards the end.
Indie with Zooey and Christopher Lloyd. About breakfast cereal. More entertaining than you'd think.
Wow. That was so depressing. How do these people get into relationships? I like that the father-in-law was the only steady ship in the movie.
By numbers. A lot of money for a modicum of plot and many explosions.
I'm truly happy with the new star trek series, at last we get some action, sex and yes some darkness.
The British actors are brilliant in this and especially Cumberbatch, boy this one can act.
It's an alternate timeline due the even
Flippin' brilliant docco about one of rock/jazz' most bonkers drummists. Utterly watchable, interspersed with tragedy, humour and cartoons.