Marc Webb’s debut film accurately captures the sheer stupidity that comes with falling for someone, even when they might not be the right one for you.
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After his crowning as Best Director for Slumdog Millionaire, Danny Boyle is back with 127 Hours, the story of Aron Ralston, the man whose arm gets trapped under a rock in the middle of nowhere for five days.
13 Assassins is Takashi Miike’s remake of the 1963 version, that follows a group of samurai that are sent to kill the Shogun’s half-brother.
14 Blades is an action adventure drama starring Donnie Yen as a Jinyi Wei rogue guardian being persecuted by the exiled Prince Qing, plotting to usurp state power.
To celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Xinhai Revolution, as well as the 100th film in Jackie Chan’s filmography, Chan took not only the starring role in this historical drama, but he also co-directed the film, produced it and even did the stunt coordination.
2012′s 21 Jump Street isn’t exactly faithful to the 1987 television series given that one is a drama and the other a comedy. However, the 2012 film adaptation works well enough on its own thanks to Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum.
Following a pizza delivery guy who must rob a bank with his friend, Ruben Fleischer’s film does not deliver as many laughs as one would hope.
Curiosity is peaked, and how could it not? Marketed as a porn period-piece with a lot of naked bodies shot on 3D, how was that gonna work?
50/50 isn’t really a comedy, you won’t be leaving the theater saying “ha! ha! that cancer is a hoot! My god, I wish I had cancer” but the film manages to balance drama with a lot of light tension moments.
Eva Sorhaug’s second feature film, four years after Cold Lunch, starts in a soft manner but ends intensely, aiming to make a psychological study of three men through three different unrelated stories.
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