Achie

A nightmare on elm street 2010

In Uncategorized on Mei 30, 2010 at 5:34 pm

My movie meter says:

Surprisingly good in terms of film making.

Some parts successfully create high-quality tense.

Same-old story.

Nice special effect.

Great visual interpretation.

Amelia

In Uncategorized on Mei 30, 2010 at 5:22 pm

My Movie Meter says:

So-so.

Average acting performances, even from Hillary Swank and Richard Gere.

Fashionable retro dresses.

Handy information about the life of Amelia Earhart.

I don’t feel the “drama”, but I do feel a bit of the romance.

The whole film lacks of charms.

Precious

In Uncategorized on Mei 30, 2010 at 5:09 pm

Even brutality cannot break something that is really precious, it’s what this movie all about. Precious’ life doesn’t goes along with her name. She is raped by her own father until she pregnant and gives birth to two children from him. Her mother is a cruel woman, who’s jobless, lazy and poor.

No matter how hard life is, the young Precious never really complain. When it’s about her time to breakdown, she’s lucky to have found best friends who loves her.

This film is okay. I like the scripts but the plots are average.

Lot of nasty words used by Precious’ mother, those words even hurt meĀ  when I heard her saying them in the film. Precious doesn’t talk much on the film, but her narration leads us the way from the beginning to the end. It’s not her words that touch the audience, but it’s about how cruel her momma treat her. Big applause to Monique who plays the role as her momma, no wonder she won Oscar for this role.

If I have to describe this film: It’s simply something “precious” to watch.