Moe you psycho. Very disturbing movie, 2 hrs 20 min go flying. Very good, you get to hate the bad guy so deeply any flaw on script or acting is forgiven. I can't remember the last time I hated a villain like this. 8.2/10.
Nic Cage plays an ex-con who runs a tree poisoning business, and befriends a drifter teenager. The teen's dad is this old raging alcoholic guy, who will do just about anything to get more booze, and is generally a very despicable character.
The plot moves forward as Cage grows closer to the kid, who really looks up to him, and starts showing up all beaten and shit. Character study and a bit slow but probably the best movie Nic Cage has been in in a while.
This depressed guy who's a front desk/doorman/general maintenance man at an apartment complex spends his nights lurking beneath the bed of a tenant only to come out at night when she's sleeping and chloroform her, then proceed to do all sorts of unsavory deeds to her things and get into her bed and cuddle her.
Then the next morning when she comes down from her apartment they exchange pleasantries with one another and he acts as if he isn't the creepiest mofo on Earth. On top of that he puts letters in her mailbox and texts her - both anonymously. There are a few close calls where he's on the precipice of getting caught which serve to be pretty tense.
Moonrise Kingdom 6/10. Looks awesome, Edward Norton & Bruce Willis are pretty good in it. Not enough Bill Murray, Jason Schwartzman was good in his small role as cousin Ben. Just didn't dig the kid actors who were obviously a large part of the movie as it's about two kids running away from camp/home. Didn't really grab me. Least favorite Wes Anderson film at this point.
Rushmore - 9/10. Great acting, really unique, and really funny. Don't even really know how to describe this one one of my favorites tho.
A guy gets trapped in his office building after hours while a killer is slinking about the premises. Thought it was going to be one of those "disgruntled worker goes crazy" flicks, sadly it isn't though. It's sort of along the lines of P2, though lacking in a big way when it comes to tension and suspense.