Inception is so spectacularly entertaining you’ll want to watch it twice, and so mind-blindingly original you’ll need to watch it more than once to get all the intricacies of the story.
Inception is one of those movies you absolutely must engage your brain to understand and enjoy. Get your popcorn and sodas before the first frame or go without – you don’t want to miss a minute for fear of losing track of the story. But Inception not only demands your attention it earns it by never letting the effects overwhelm the characters, never settling for an easy out or taking storytelling shortcuts, and by keeping the pace brisk and the action stunningly inventive.
A refreshing reprieve from a summer full of disappointments, Inception is that rare beast that lingers with you long after you’ve left the theater. What the Writer/director Christopher Nolan’s accomplished with Inception is, to put it simply, brilliant.
Directed by Christopher Nolan. With Leonardo DiCaprio, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Ellen Page.
I’d give it: 9.5/10
I absolutely loved this movie, although it was “censored” just like any other movie in KNCC, I really enjoyed watching it.
Steve Carell and Tina Fey’s night out is not so much a bad date as a sad date. These are two of the funniest people ever on television! I adore them!
Unfortunately, the two don’t click as well when it comes to romantic chemistry. There’s a scene where Carell and Fey pull over to talk about their feelings even though they’re in the middle of being chased down by the bad guys. What hurts the scene even more is that:
A) it’s a forced moment of emotional connection
B) the characters feel more like good friends attempting to reconnect rather than a husband and wife talking intimately about their feelings.
But I do have to give some credit to director Shawn Levy because with Date Night he manages to find balance with Tina Fey and Steve Carell’s comedy. They were awesome!!
I’d give it a 4 out of 5 .. minus one = lack of romantic chemistry.
Watch the trailer:
Yesterday, I went to see this movie. I really liked it but as we all know the one main problem in KNCC is the over-censored movies. So it’s kinda hard to follow the story.
Rachel Weisz brings us a fresh dose of history in Agora.
Yes, it IS a dose of history. Agora is a historical drama set in Roman Egypt just after the Roman conquest. When a slave Davus (Max Minghella) who discovers Christianity finds it’s just what he’s been after, he thinks he’s started out on a whole new life. But when he falls in love with his mistress Hypatia “a philosophy professor” who is portrayed by Weisz, he may have to choose between his love and the possibility of gaining his freedom by joining the rising tide of Christianity. Check out the trailer.