Tagged: mood: overwhelmed
Tom Hardy delivers one of his finest performances to date as he takes us through a self-destructive journey in which his character gets too many phone calls while driving inside a car.
Walter White has been dealt with a pretty shitty hand in life. However, when he is diagnosed with lung cancer, he goes to extreme lengths in order to secure his family financially before he dies.
Through the terrible physical and emotional ordeal, a father must repair the bond between him and his 8-year-old daughter, after she is sexually assaulted by a stranger.
When an ex-army man is unable to make his payments, he with his wife Rakhee and their child move to Mumbai in search for a better future, only to be kicked around by the challenges of a big city.
Orphan Black boasts a great story that manages to sustain its intriguing atmosphere and momentum thorughout its 10 episodes.
Orange Is the New Black remains outstanding to watch in storytelling, characters getting expanded, comedy value and powerful backstories.
2014’s Godzilla is definitely better and more interesting to watch than its 1998 film adaptation. But I’m afraid I’ve got some bad news: this latest entry in the Godzilla franchise wasn’t all that great to me thanks to some things that frustrated my viewing.
Dallas Buyers Club showcases really great performances from its cast, especially Jared Leto and Matthew McConaughey.
Kamal Haasan’s outstanding somewhat-political religious epic of a man’s journey through friendship, love, hatred, revenge and redemption set around India’s Partition and the assassination of Mahatma Gandhi.
It’s the stellar acting from the debuting Barkhad Abdi and the veteran Tom Hanks that makes Captain Phillips engaging to watch