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The Ritual (2017)
An underrated gem
This movie deserves higher praise than the rating on this website, as it is a really entertaining movie with superb acting throughout the entirity. I am especially impressed by the chemistry shown by the lead actors. They convinced me from the first minute that they had been lifelong friends - it never felt forced. Solely that goes a long way.
The film utilizes small means to tell a bigger story. It's quite straightforward, in a positive way - it doesn't try to be something that it's not. It delves into the limitations of old friendships, and the unresolved conflicts that can disrupt them, while also telling a spooky story of a group of friends lost in a forest. It follows it's red line throughout, and the ending is satisfactory as well - rare in a horror flick!
Rafe Spall deserves a lot of praise as the lead. He's ready for bigger roles, let me tell you. He's perfect as the everyday British guy, and shows a spectrum of emotions that showcases his register.
All in all, an entertaining movie that will give you some chills down your spine. Give it a watch!
How you run a franchise to the ground
Do you remember the days when the vibrations of distant dinosaur steps made you shiver? Do you remember the chill down your spine when you Heard the noise of a raptor? I'm sure we all do. But...
...Do you remember when Disney bought the rights to the Jurassic Park-franchise? No? Me neither, because they didn't. But watching the latest installment of Jurassic Park (this time called Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom) has left me wondering if all movies these days are made to cater young children.
Right of the bat, we are introduced to the most cringe-worthiest characters in existence. Franklin Webb (played by Justice Smith) and Zia Rodriguez (played by Daniella Pineda) are two sidekicks that surely has to be written into the script by a 3-year old. They crack jokes during dinosaur chases - like any other normal person would, right? Neither of the two fill any function in the movie, other than filling the cringe quota to the maximum.
Both Bryce Dallas Howard and Chris Pratt are dreadful. They never fear for their lives, no matter if they are running from a fierce lava volcano or giant monster dinosaurs. Instead, they are sort of super humans, that risk EVERYTHING in order to save cloned dinosaurs from dying. Still doesn't sound like Jurassic Park to you? Well, listen to this - they don't even use the original score made by John Williams.
The special effects are okay, and is what makes it a 3/10 instead of a 1/10 for me. It is clear where they have spent their giant budget, but sometimes all the CGI used makes it harder to actually believe the things you are seeing on screen. This whole movie felt cartoonish, both in script and cinematography.
I am very disappointed, and sad to see such a beloved franchise ruined. I miss Steven Spielberg.
Fight Club (1999)
One of the greats
I am forever mesmerized by the sheer complexity of this movie, as it touches subjects far deeper than what first meets the eye. It's about the frustration we men carry inside of us, a frustration that is rarely discussed in society. In a world where there is no real end goal masculinity wise, the characters in this movie creates purposes for themselves through companionship, but somehow they all are still lost. Edvard Norton is incredible, but the limelight here is stolen by Brad Pitt, who does his best performance of his career.
This movie has meant a lot to me growing up. If you still haven't seen this masterpiece, you're in for a treat - it might just change your perspective of life.
A modern classic that will terrify generations
I rank this as the best horror movie I've seen. It's such a delicately made movie, where psychological terror is used in a smart manner. It's not jump scares, but rather a heavy uneasy feeling, that terrifies you for two straight hours. Everyone in the cinema sat on the edge of their seats every second - you rarely felt safe, as you can during daytime in other, sloppy horror flicks.
The acting is superb, especially Toni Collette, who performs her lifetime role as a mother coping with tragic loss. If you want to be scared out of your wits, while watching an elegant movie with beautiful cinematography, this one's for you.
The Shining (1980)
I was scared from the start to the end!!
Wow. That's all I can say. Wow. The Shining is the best movie in it's genre and Jack Nicholson does his best performance in his carrier. In my opinion better than the movies he is making now, nearly 30 years after The Shining.
Jack takes a job as a caretaker on a big hotel over the winter. Mostly it is because he wants to have peace and quiet when he is writing his new book. With him he have his wife and his son. Perfect start for a perfect horror movie. What can be better than a big, empty, creepy hotel to make horrific scenes?
I am usually no fan of horror movies, but this film was something different. That's my opinion. //Lundizco
8 Mile (2002)
This comment is not about the movie, just about Marshall
Eminem is the best rapper in the world. His real name is Marshall Bruce Mathers III. Not so many nows his real name, and he hates his own name to. That's why he named himself Eminem, or Slim Shady as many call him. But I just don't get it. Why did he marry a b!tch? His ex-wife's name is Kim Mathers, after the wedding. The one blessing in his life came on a Christmas Day, when Hailie Jade Mathers was born. Two songs he had write for her is "Hailie's song" and "97 Bonnie and Clyde". I think, whatever Slim have been placed in jail for, that he is the biggest music profile in all times. I'll be with you, Slim, keep on rapping!
P.S: The movie was good, but not special...
One of the most touching movies I have ever seen.
Titanic, the boat who sank. As they said in the movie, 1500 people died. So, let's make a movie of it. And what a movie. Leonardo Di Caprio makes the best acting the world have not seen on many years.
I nearly started crying when Rose shake Jacks hands in the freezing water. And I'm not the one who often cries. Kate Winstlet is my new favorite actor. I gave Titanic 10 out of 10, not only because the love story, but for the chaos scenes. I've always been a person who likes chaos scenes.
It's not the best movie in history, but it should be in everyones top lists. It is on mine...
Dag och natt (2004)
Don't watch this movie, it's the worst in history!!
Mikael Persbrandt is one of my favorit actors in Sweden. But he is a total blackout in this one. Everyone was awful, not to mansion that the camera stays in the vehicle for the entire movie.
I hated it, sure, many people who want's to think over they're lifes can see this but in my eyes this movie is cr?p.
Then why I rate the movie if I hate it? The answer is simple: I wan't to warn evrybody out there! Don't watch it...
The only person I like in this movie is the soccer coach. He is making a good performance in a movie that is totally... yeah I've said that it's bad a couple of times now...
Don't watch it. PLEASE!!!
Wow, this is the greatest movie in history! Warning: spoilers!
I just want to say WOW. The end of the journey comes in this movie as a brilliant ending. Not only for the fantastic effects in this movie; also for the perfect story. Peter Jackson has showed everybody that he can do the Lord Of The Rings from book to movie.
I will also give some credits to the best writer ever: JRR Tolkien. He was in the beginning a ordinary teacher until he write a little sentence: "Once upon a time there was a hobbit who lived in the Shire." This little hobbit was Bilbo Bagger.
But back to the movie, this is the best movie ever been made. Viggo Mortensen is fantastic as the role Aragorn. But don't he have more beard in the end of the film than in the beginning.
But the actor that I think is the greatest in The Lord Of The Rings company is Sean Astin alias Samwise Gamgi. He make his performance so fantastic. The emotions is really coming forward here. I love the scene when Sam takes Frodo on his back to carry him the last steps in to the fires of mount doom: "I can't carry it for you (the ring),... But I can carry you!"
So finally I just wan't to say: "This is the greatest movie in the modern history..."
Spider-Man 3 (2007)
Wow, this is a great movie, The effects are brilliant.
I must say(this is my first comment ever) that Spider-man 3 is the best Spider-man movie. Tobey Maguire (is he spelled that way?) is really good but the best performance is Kirsten Dunsts trofé. A great movie should contain three things: romance, action and a good story. Spider-man 3 is containing them all. Then I must say that the effects in this movie is... yeah they are so good. But then this movie is the most expensive through the history. 9 of 10 is my rate, it's not the best movie in history, great film thoe. If anyone, that now have readed my review, thinks my commentary is awful; well hope no one thinks that, I'm new. ;) Great movie, Great actors and Great effects. Now just waiting for the game. :D