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I'm keeping this brief because I am pretty tired. So I just got back from the movie theater where I saw The Social Network with my girlfriend, and it is definitely one of, it not the, greatest movies I have seen this year. I hate saying things like this but it might possibly be the best movie I have seen in years.
No, it is not an insanely deep plot line that requires multiple views to wrap your brain around, no there is no twist in the middle of the movie that changes EVERYTHING, and no not a single explosion or gunshot was shown the entire movie. This is a very real (if somewhat over dramatic) movie that is simplyintriguingto watch from start to end. The script is incredible strong and the acting backs it up better than I expected, even good ol' Justin Timberlake plays his part very well.
There wasn't ever a time where I had to check my phone to see what time it was to I could calculate how much time was left before the movie was over. I was absolutely engulfed for the entire 2 hours. The movie never felt fluffed up to add an extra minute or two and I definitely never felt like things were rushed; it was simply a perfect pace throughout the whole movie.
Is this a movie that I feel I must see twice within the same week like I did Inception, no not really. In fact I feel like I can wait to pick it up on dvd before a second view, but I don't feel like it's a movie where you need to see it again right away. The movie does it's job extremely well in one viewing, it's simplicity makes sure the viewer never misses anything while still providing a story that's easy to talk about after the credits roll. If you have doubts just forget about them and see this movie! You won't regret it.
Also P.S. to all those people rolling their eyes saying "wow really a movie about Facebook", would you kindly quit your complaining and go see the movie to see just how wrong you are?
So last night I experienced the best concert I've yet to attend in my life. Muse is tied with radiohead as my favorite band of all time (yes seriously) and last nights concert didn't disappoint!
Now I must put this out here, MORE PEOPLE NEED TO LISTEN TO PASSION PIT! They are a seriously amazing and talented group, and watching not even a single person on the GA floor jump up and down during any of their songs absolutely broke my heart, and the most applause they got was when they mentioned Muse I really hope this changes, as they are a phenomenal group, which is why I was going to this concert to see muse AND passion pit, not just muse and a stop at the merch shop beforehand.
Now onto Muse. Good God they put on a spectacular show! I can't even begin to put into words just how magical it was. They simply sound perfect live (if you enjoy Muse that is lol ) Seeing them live has been a goal of mine since I started listening to them back in the showbiz days, and last night didn't have any signs of disappointments during their hour and a half performance with one of the most energetic encores I have ever witnessed!
Will I jump at the chance to see them again? Yes, without a single doubt in my mind. If you have even the slightest interest in the band, GO SEE THEM! Also go listen to more Passion Pit while you're at it
Howdy everyone, been a while since I've done one of these. I just returned from the seeing Pixar's Up (yeah late I know) and I can honestly say it is by far my most favorite Pixar movie (yes even beating Wall-e) Period.
I will keep this completely spoiler free, but I want to share some feelings on why I love this movie so much. The main reason is the characters. Never in a Pixar movie have I felt so connected to the characters, in fact, I have never felt this connected in any movie. It seems impossible to fall genuinley in love with Carl Fredricksen and little Russell.
God was this movie emotional, I would say the first 15 minutes or so are perfect, there is nothing about the scenes that could be done better. By the end of that first 15 minutes i was in absolute tears. Nothing has ever hit me as hard as this movie did multiple times. The music just adds to this. I am currently listening to the soundtrack and I am starting to get watery eyed from the pure beauty of the music and how well it portrays every emotion I felt during the movie. In my opinion, this is Michael Giacchino's best soundtrack yet, and that is definitely saying something.
I was skepticle of this movie when the first trailer came about, I wasn't sure I would ever see another Pixar movie as satisying as Wall-e, I'm glad my concerns were put to rest. Is this movie perfect? No. Is it a classic in my eyes that I will watch more times than I will probably be able to count? You bet. I could go on and on about it, but words can't describe the greatness I witnessed in the movie theatre tonight. It's interesting to see Pixar's movies evolve. Maybe evolve isn't the right word. Maybe I just enjoy the different ways Pixar does each movie. I will recommend this movie to anyone without even the slightest hesitation.
P.S. The short film "Partly Cloudy" is genious too.
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May 15, 2013 7:57 am GMTEvz0rz posted in the topic Among the Sleep alpha now available for free on Kickstater page! on the PC & Mac Games board