Wonder what the worst pieces of film sludge were in 2013? Read on to find out just how bad bad movies can get…
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After having success with his last film, District 9, writer/director Neill Blomkamp is back with another movie, Elysium, depicting the traditional haves versus the have-nots story in a refreshing way. The visual effects, acting and plot are all strong, making Elysium another successful film to add to Blomkamp’s collection.
Buddy cop movies rely on strong on-screen chemistry and dynamic action scenes, 2 Guns has neither. The movie comes off as cliche and forced.
Director James Wan stikes fear into the hearts of many again in The Conjuring. The film is scary good to its core without the implementation of cheap scare ploys or too much phony CGI.
If you’ve been hungry for an action film of monsters and machines tearing each other to shreds, than look no further than Guillermo Del Toro’s Pacific Rim.
Roland Emmerich successfully creates a visually strong movie in White House Down. The film proves to be a surprisingly fun action comedy with a solid story line.
The Purge creates a strange world in which utopia meets apocalypse. The film attempts to portray a unique take on crime and civility within society, but doesn’t completely succeed in doing so.
The second installment of J.J. Abrams’ Star Trek series doesn’t disappoint. The film provides dazzling aesthetics along with gritty action sequences to keep its audience entertained.
Movies maintain illusions, illusions you might take for granted. The process of putting a movie on screen is probably not as romantic or funny as the movie itself. Most likely, it is far more stressful. What you see playing in the cinema is not reality, but a whole production of […]
A classic novel made award-winning musical, Les Misérables has it all: a powerful story, interesting historical context and fantastic music. The musical, written by Alain Boublil and composed by Claude-Michel Schönberg (with English-language lyrics by Herbert Kretzmer), has been on stage for over 25 years. The overdue big screen adaptation […]