Just saw The Social Network. Good acting, good story (they followed the true story of it very closely). Enjoyed watching it too - I thought Jesse Eisenberg was awesome as Zuckerberg and I also liked the guy that played Saverin. I started to hate Sean Parker, he seemed like a greedy prick to me haha. I was slightly impressed by JT's acting; it exceeded my expectations by quite a bit (which says a lot). 8.5/10
I enjoyed it, first 3D movie i've ever gone to see. Took me awhile to get used to it, I had trouble focusing on it all to begin with. Storywise it's nothing mind blowing, but it's a fun movie. I liked Jeff Bridges in it, it seems like he was having fun with the entire thing.
Devil - 5.7/10 - Pretty interesting concept. It wasn't well executed however and I was never really captivated at any point. The acting was stale and the cinemtography was very TV drama esque. Worth watching if you're into horror considering how shallow the pool is.
Really fun movie, it's a shame it's flown so far under the radar. Yeah, it has its flaws, but I still really enjoyed it. A great performance from Norton especially considering he's playing two completely different characters with different accents and whatnot.
Never seen the movie but does his beard look totally fake to anyone else in that pic?
I had low expectations for this one, and my expectations were justified by what I saw. Johnny Depp and Angelina Jolie had no on-screen chemistry and the plot was mind-numbingly boring. Wouldn't recommend seeing this one, unless you're pretty damn bored.
I'd like to watch the movie again before I review it. It always seems whenever I watch something that blows me away I tend to overreact and declare it the greatest thing I've ever seen [see: my 'the Wrestler' thread from a while back].
With that said, the score was phenomenal and might be the first score I ever download and listen to independently.