I know that Les Miserables might be the en-vogue movie to watch right now, but make the effort to watch it. Already I can tell a few of you are wary because; A) It’s a musical, and B) It’s a 2h40m musical. But, there is a plus side;
I am a serious movie-goer. I saw all the harry Potter Movies in their opening weekend, check Rotten Tomatoes before every new movie and have spent hundreds of hours around the Ster Kinekor Cinema Nouveau in Rosebank. Why Emma Watson? Well, beauty, brains and an iconic lead
The Amazing Spiderman. ok. I’m pretty both sided about this movie. There were things I loved and some I hated. This kind of thing does always happen with movies that you are REALLY excited about, which, geeky-me was. What I loved: I loved the reluctant hero they
The Hunger games For me, the greatest success of this movie is how it showed up what an opulent, macabre society we could become. I loved how the fashion in the Capitol was very modern-aristocratic-esque *made up word*. I didn’t read the books going in which I regret.
I’ve finally started watching Breakfast at Tiffany’s and I have no idea why I didn’t before. Audrey Hepburn is just so incredible. She is firstly, gorgeous even in her nightshirt and secondly an incredible actress. I haven’t finished it yet, because the only time slot I have
Last night I attended a Drive screening and was blown away. Just beware though, if you last saw him in The Notebook instead of expecting this: Rather expect this: This is just a brief warning. This is NOT the Notebook. It is NOT a feel good movie. It’s a Thriller
I am amongst MANY that cannot wait for this release. I loved the Dark Knight, even though it did capitilize on the death of Heath Ledger. Still, I await this movie with baited breath.