Shindler and Goeth. The performance by Goeth really shows what a real Nazi acted like back then. The film is also very graphic and I like that it has a beauty mixed with its gruesome side. Shindler really was a great character because he was funny, mysterious, flirtatious, but he had a darker side that he showed superficially. Gattaca was the best in terms of entertainment.
Often comedy movies make people laugh and always put people in a great mood. Films of this style have a main emphasis on one’s humor. Many funny movies such as Step Brothers, have a happy ending. Watching how certain people react to this type of movie is very interesting because everyone has a different reaction from one another. By people’s reactions it shows what kind of character they are in life.
Both men (or I should say children) are both spoiled rotten, immature, and rely on their parent as if they were an infant teething. Having no choice in the matter and no jobs at that, they are forced to get along with each other or drive each other crazy, along with their parents. Step Brothers is probably one of my favorite movies of all times because of the hilarious story-line behind the whole movie, the rolling on the floor laughing dialogue between all of the characters, and just the all-star cast that supports this movie that makes it one of the funniest and best comedy movies of all time. The story-line behind the movie is absolutely great and hilarious. Brennan Huff (Will Ferrell) and Dale Doback (John C. Riley) are both two forty year old men who still live with their parent.
The script perfectly captures all the feelings and urges of Seth and Evan, angry with each other because their lives are headed in different directions and like “knocked up” the movie also manages to combine filthy phrases and dirty words with almost delicate emotion and truthfulness. Superbad really is a teen movie with heart and all the characters are loveable, even the selfish and foul mouthed Seth has a sense of naivety which makes him resemble a little 4 year old
Jamal’s writing became amazingly good and William was able to see himself as an actual person rather then just an author. This effected him so much he not only went to Scotland, but left Jamal everything he owned, including his writing, the most precious thing to him. “Finding Forrester” did all of this realistically, without making the story hard to understand. Overall this is a very good movie that will leave you in wonder at the extent of a young boys talent, and at the same time have you guessing at the true feelings of William Forrester. I rate this movie an 8.5/10 for its clean plot flow, in depth characters, engaging story, and lack of clichés.
The acting in this movie was brilliant, and the three main heroes of this story are Ponyboy played by Thomas Howell, Johnny played by Ralph Macchio, and Dally played by Matt Dillon. Ponyboy’s role in The Outsiders was great and the film portrayed his character very well. For example, in the fountain scene, his emotions and body language expressed a lot of worry, and it was very believable. Thomas Howell also did very well in the scene where Darry hits Pony, and he runs away. This scene was especially realistic, again
Josh Lucas did an outstanding job as coach Don Haskins. In moies.ign.com movie review, Jeff Otto writes, “The movie […] was well-acted. The acting is commendable. Josh Lucas excels in the sparse dialog, creating a physical presence that makes his character seem like living granted at times. Emily Deschanel has few scenes and lines, but she still creates a beautiful character for the coach’s wife.
This is then all thrown out of the window if my spouse is pleading with me to watch something else. There are many things that make a film enjoyable. I am pretty easy when it comes to finding the good in most movies. I can love a movie just because it has that one scene or that one character that makes me laugh. I think that anything from a good plot to a great chemistry on camera makes a movie enjoyable to me.
Everything about Mean Girls is hilarious to me. From the jokes, to the characters, it is all grade A comedy. My favorite thing about the film is how well it describes high school, but in such an over dramatic way. Another thing that I love about the movie is how the lines from it get stuck in my head. I swear I can say over 75% of the lines in this movie.
All critics agree in considering Twelfth Night as one of the most delightful of Shakespeare’s comedies. It is full of sweetness and pleasantry. It makes us laugh at the follies of mankind, not despire them, still less bear any ill-will towards them. From start to end the play is full of gay joviality. The sentimental elements and the unsentimental malice a livelier, more dramatic impression from their contrast: and the contrast itself makes the dolling life of the play more interesting to an audience.