The premise of Source Code may sound boring: the same eight minutes in a passenger train repeated over and over again. However, the film makers manage to keep each iteration interesting. Recommended if you like plots with time manipulation or good thrillers with a light science fiction flavour.
This has been in theaters for a while now, and I have to be honest and say that it is certainly one of the best teaser trailers of the year. The idea of taking something the whole world has witnessed: the moon landing, and then suggesting that some covert operation took place when they went… [Continue Reading]
As the name implies, this is the follow-up to 2009’s surprise hit movie The Hangover. The creators kept predominantly the same cast of main characters as the original, which really is a good choice. I admit I am impressed by Bradley Cooper’s recent work particularly in Limitless and to a lesser extent in The A-Team. Unfortunately, the creators of the Hangover recycled nearly the same format as used for its predecessor, which is a bad choice and leads me to the main point of criticism: the movie fails to surprise.