The Fall - 9/10. Unique story, and amazing cinematography.
A great work of art indeed.
Groundhog Day - 8/10
What if you woke up every morning to relive the same day over and over again? Murray is good as usual and McDowell is not annoying, which is very unusual. I liked the idea as a synecdoche expanding into life being little more than iterations of the same experiences with little variations. In all, a very underrated movie with a great premise.
101 Reykjavik - 6.5/10
A weird movie. You wouldn't regret not watching it.
"The Little Red Badge of Courage" on Netflix instant play.
7/10 as a movie but 1/10 for historical accuracy.
The uniforms were all wrong, the equipment was all anachronistic, and I even spotted things like M1903s being carried. I wish they would have done a little more research on the civil war before making this film but that is hollywood I guess.
As a movie however, I think it did a good job of showing a soldier (Audie murphy) undergoing his baptism of fire. Transforming from a coward into a war hero overnight was a little hard to believe though.
BTW, Netflix ROCKS, just got it a couple of days ago...I don't think I will ever have to buy a movie ever again.
Tactical Plumber - Pontificator on all matters DPM - NATO stock numbers a speciality
Dead Set 9.5/10 it's like 28 Days Later meets Big Brother. The jist of the story is their filming a show of Big Brother and a zombie outbreak happens. The remaining cast and some survivors from the staff use the house as a bastion to survive. Lots of black humor and gore ensue