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Man of Steel (2013)
Went to see it the other day and there was so many action scenes that played throughout the movie, so, you wouldn't want to see it in 3D (unless you can deal with blinking a lot). Other than that, the scenes don't connect. Just like the complicated Clark Kent, this was one complicated film. It was as if they were just picking the best scenes that they had and put them in the film and that's it, which is why none of them connect. The action scenes were the only part of the film that the scenes were connected and they were good action scenes and maybe that's how all movies with really good action are. They don't focus on all the non-action or make a little effort in those scenes. Maybe overall, this was meant to be just the beginning of a MOS series. All in all, the father-son scenes were great and one of the scenes at the end is one that grabs your heart and just so happens to be the theme of it all.
Remember Me (2010)
Robert Pattinson was excellent including the whole cast
I think Robert Pattinson put a lot of effort into his character and did the best he could, but I guess it was a hard though because he seemed like a kid who was mad all the time and there's a lot of aggression which helped everyone with their emotions so it was definitely needed and they all did a wonderful job. I loved how protective he was of his little sister. They really had this tight bond that no one could come between. They were how brothers and sisters should be towards each other. I also noticed how Pierce Brosnan and Chris Cooper were as dads, their scenes were the most memorable. Emilie De Raven is extremely beautiful and sweet and her and Robert Pattinson definitely have chemistry and hopefully they'll do another film. The rest of the cast fit perfectly, his roommate, Aidan, is hilarious while his little sister is sweet and very lucky to have a Robert's character as a brother. All in All I liked it and it was unforgettable.