"I'm okay today. I'll be okay tomorrow. And the next day after that I'll still be okay. But in a year you will see me, I'll be amazing."03
Weekend at Bernie's - 9/10
One of my all-time favorite movies, still cracks me up regardless of how many times I have seen it.
The Hunger Games 8/10 .. They missed so many small details from the book, some not so significant and a few where I was just like WTF! .. To their credit, they did add a scene that wasn't in the book that really added more emotion to the movie (as if it needed more ). All in all it was a pretty good movie, but eh.. as is common with most books made into movies.. the book was better.
Canned Dreams (Säilöttyjä unelmia). It was... Shocking. That movie makes me want to go all vegan, though I think I'd not like to be one...
It was about animals/wheat/olive oil/tomatoes and eggs that got canned all into one can-product. One movie director was wondering where all the stuff from the can came from after he/she read the 'Ingredients' -lable/note. The idea in the whole movie was, that people working on/in those fields/factories/slaughter-houses could tell about their dreams, wishes and their past/lives.
It was... Very truthful. Seeing pigs and cows getting slaughtered wasn't nice... At all. Just horrible. But truthful and very shocking. Poor chickens, thousands of chickens in the same hen-house, laying eggs that will never become their chicks.
Like a huge horror movie about reality. I'll give it a 7-8 ½/10. It was very well made and touching, in a way but... The truth is gruesome.
~ Sing all your heart's contents out! ~
well dear this is good, i like it..
The Burning Plain 8/10 .. nothing worse than good movies building up for an epic finish and then falling way short