The last movie you watched
Here I will be blabbing about the film so called “Good Neighbours”
Just returned from a stint in China, elementary school teacher Victor (Jay Baruchel) takes an apartment in the Notre-Dame-de-Grâce (NDG) neighborhood of Montreal, Quebec. When he meets his two neighbors, Louise (Emily Hampshire), who lives below him, and Spencer (Scott Speedman), who lives below Louise, he tries to get chummy with them, but Spencer is wheelchair-bound and doesn’t go out of his apartment and Louise likes cats more than she likes humans. Louise is also obsessed about a recent spate of serial murder/rapes that have been committed in the neighborhood.
Entire thing happens into a building and around it where few young people lives in. And their weird relation with each other pictured in motion. It’s quiet entertaining and a dirty film. I watched it without boring and having a break. Absolutely not a family film though. My personal rating is 7/10 although average 5.8/10 (hard to understand people especially when stupid films like Midnight in Paris gets 7.8).
Day 24: Your favorite 10 people right now and why
These mayb filmed earlier than 2011 but it’s when I watched and enjoyed them.
Since I’m not a cinema authority by myself, I won’t be bothering you with cocky reviews. See I just listed them. If you’re interested click tru the links.
And If I have to be informative, here’s my brief experience without spoilers.
- Straw Dogs a good one even its a remake of a 1970ish film.
- Dream House, well I like Daniel Craig and I think he’s the best double O7 so far. Anyways this film is scared me more than Paranormal Activity. One of the best thriller I have seen not just in 2011 but 2010-2009 too probably.
- The Rite? Anthony Hopkins, exorcism, based on a true story.. yeah dig in!
- Black Death, another Sean Bean classic the guy who dies before the film ends lol
- Life in A Day best film I have seen in 2011. This one got me in tears time to time, reminded me I’m one of the 7billion who lives on Planet Earth. Here you can watch it on Youtube for free. But I recommend you download first and put subtitles because half of the film does not in English.
Director Kevin Macdonald (The Last King of Scotland) and producer Ridley Scott (Alien, Gladiator) team up to offer this candid snapshot of a single day on planet Earth. Compiled from over 80,000 YouTube submissions by contributors in 192 countries, Life in a Day presents a microcosmic view of our daily experiences as a global society. From the mundane to the profound, everything has its place as we spend 90 minutes gaining greater insight into the lives of people who may be more like us than we ever suspected, despite the fact that we’re separated by incredible distances.