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I think this film is brilliant, not only is it funny, well made, well acted, but it achieves exactly what it aims to achieve. It made me think about the characters, question their mortality, and my own. It concerns Marv who thinks he is dead and begins living his life as a ghost, to the dismay of his family, a top notch performance by Chloe Traicos as his wife.
At a point, not sure if it was intended, but the narrative alters slightly, in a good way, and I begun to question whether marv was still alive, or whether his wife pretended he was still alive, in this state, because she could not let go, either way, I was not let down one second.
Although I was let down by the cinematography, he could have done a better job, sorry mate. :-(
Good intentions with a well know idea.
'Eve'is a film that lies in the same ranks as films such as A.I, Ghost in the shell etc... and is well worth the watch for the superb cinematography, sound track / musical score and stunning technical visuals.... and an opening shot which will comply you to watch further... and a second shot which with make you squirm in your seat...(balls).
The only thing I think is a let down is the film doesn't convey its message as clear as it could have done. I think may themes were discarded flippantly and if they had received more attention than the opening scenes, could have been a more visceral experience for all of us.
In the end worthy of a look.
Spider-Man 2 (2004)
The amazing spider-man movie.
Spider-man two is not about a big struggle between Spider-man and Dr Otto Octavius but is the struggle between Spider-man and Peter Parker...the real man behind the mask.
I would like to congratulate Sam Raimi and the team for pulling of not just a top- notch comic book adaptation of Spider-man in the first and Second Movie, but the way they crafted it so full and abundant in story, character, and entertainment. The actors Tobey, Kirsten and Franco draw deeper into there characters, expanding on what they accomplished in film one. So many themes were interwoven yet not one felt out of place. The cinematography and music in the film is mind-blowing...only what one can expect from Raimi's style and Elfmans musical flair. The humour was funnier than your average comedy trying its hardest to be funny, because they didn't have heart...and plus movie two is the best time to pull out the spidey-in-jokes...like the worst way spider-man can be caught going down a building!!!
Spider-man 2 sees the now infamous hero two years later on and still going strong. But not for Mr Parker. Because he spends all his time fighting crime and spinning webs, he is now facing serious issues with his life, love and friendships which causes Peter to have to chose one ego from the other. Not a good time for out friendly neighbourhood spider man to be having an identity crisis when the newest villain to hit the streets, with his out of control tentacles and obsessions, will have no-one stand in the way of his project.
Doctor Octopus is by far the greatest villain to hit the cinema screens...to me that is...and not only has an actor been chosen who takes on the character with great dept and talent, but aided through spectacular visual effects this dude comes alive like no one would believe. If fact here's to the effects department for creating the magnificent visuals, not too realistic, but still effective in a comic book way.
I give this a 10/10 because it deserves it. It is a movie i would make.
The Matrix Revolutions (2003)
Was enthralled throughout. (SPOILERS)
No part of this 130 minute movie was either boring or confusing. The whole thing held a load of meaning and the story was rich. The action was spectacular, and editing was where it should be. The amount of screen time for the characters was appropriate, the acting was okay, Hugo Weaving was excellent. Fight choreography was top notch, special effects are best you can get at the moment, music score goes down as a favorite.
This is a movie to see, it is part three of three of a popular mainstream movie series ending satisfactorily with this installment, Matrix: Revolutions. In saying that, I would like to comment on the bad feedback. All those who said it lacked story, well remember, it is part three. Consider all three movies, three acts of one story. No, don't consider, know that to be the case! This remember is half of a 4 1/2 hour movie, so put Reloaded and revolutions together, you get one story narrative, add Matrix to the front of that, you get over six hours of action, story and drama, all ending in a big action packed final.
To the home made critics and pro's, it ended how it ended and could not have ended any other way! People were expecting everything to come together at the end, from Persiphone to the train man to the twins, who by the way are dead! No, that is not the driving force of these trilogies, but it is too end the war against the machines! We find out that Smith is Neos negative, created by the matrix to balance the equation of the programming. We find out why neo stopped those Sentinals mid air, he had touched the source when he was with the Architect and is now connected with the machine systems! What more do you want. The merovingian is a powerful program in the system, he is merely trying to destroy the oracle, (reason unknown and not necissary)and just wants to create trouble.
The war ends with Neo making peace and cleansing the matrix of Smith, letting him infect Neo, who now is connected directly with the machine city, and is able to delete smith. Neo had to sacrifice himself for everything.
In the end it was satisfying, it is fun and exciting, thought-provoking and emotional, just like the original. In fact the first matrix is exactly like this movie, it is just not fresh anymore which affects our expectations. This movie is as deep, so deep many don't understand and misinterpret the fact, this move is like life. When in life is all our problems or mysteries solved? We don't have to like everything in life, but the main thing is, we must try to enjoy it!