This is a fascinating documentary about the development of a nuclear waste storage facility that must last 100,000 years. How do you keep future (potentially non-technological) human societies from intruding? Super interesting stuff.
Worth watching I'd say and not nearly as over-the-top, pro-American as I was expecting. It highlights a number of aspects of the "war on terror" without moralizing (for better or worse) about any of it, leaving you to draw your own conclusions.
I don't get it. Maybe this movie is just too smart for me but I don't get it and don't want to get it. There were some interesting scenes but I just have no interest in trying to interpret this weird movie.
One of the best movies I've seen in awhile, a mix of reality and fantasy set in an isolated fishing community around New Orleans during hurricane Katrina. The young actress in the lead role is incredible.
Only movie showing on a flight. I can only assume they purchased the rights because showing this was cheaper than releasing sarin gas into the cabin. Horrible, painful, predictable and empty. "Feminist" for those who consider Cosmo the pinnacle of feminist literature.
Maybe it was just what I was looking for at the right time but I really liked this movie. Guy Ritchie is maybe another reason. The plot isn't great but the action is fantastic and that Sherlock sure is a clever bastard.
I was reluctant to watch this because it looked boring even though I kept hearing good things. It turned out to be totally engaging and interesting, and very funny in parts. It's a story all about characters and how weird everyone really is, in their own way.
I had no idea what to expect only knowing it was Christopher Nolan's first movie but it turned out really good. Starts a bit slow but then gets interesting, there's definitely a style here that later turned up in Memento.
This is a great movie about a small family involved in a resistance movement against an oppressive government in an undefined country. The movie and dialogue are very understated but it does an excellent job of evoking the feelings it wants to evoke.
An incredible movie about a fictional film crew making a movie about Columbus in Bolivia during the water wars in 2000. Parallels early colonialist exploitation with its modern-day equivalent without ever being overbearing.
As far as stupid comedies go they get no better than this. This is still my go-to movie when I just want to be entertained. If you don't find this funny you have no sense of humor and/or are in a coma.
How can you not like a movie about a hot left-wing French woman who sleeps with "fascists" in order to convert them to her cause? As interesting as it sounds, a movie about family and politics and the differences in people.