Have you ever wondered why movie ratings by critics are usually very different from those of ordinary viewers? I mostly love the movies which critics hate or dislike, that is why I don’t base my movie reviews by what critics have said. Ordinary people don’t get distracted by minute details, and look at the movie as a whole. To be honest, we believe that movies that were rated most favorably by ordinary viewers will win millions of fans worldwide and become genuine classics.
Dom Cobb is no ordinary thief. He possess the rare ability to enter people’s dreams and steal secrets from their subconscious. His ’talent’ made him a very valuable asset to the team, but the cruel world of corporate espionage took everything he loved away from him. ’Inception’ creates a whole new world of impossible where there is no reality without dreams and no dreams without reality.
A group of American scientists was conducting research in a remote area of Antarctica when they met a creature that could take the shape of its victims after having attacked them. It’s worth mentioning that the movie was shot without using any visual effects, which actually makes it even more thrilling.
Andrew Neiman has a dream to become the greatest musician of his time. The ambitious young man was discovered by a famous jazz teacher who was also known for his terrifying teaching methods. Andrew’s passion and love for music quickly turns into obsession, as his tyrannical teacher pushes him to the edge of his ability. Definitely a must-see!
’The Silence of the Lambs’ is a masterpiece of the psychological horror genre. The plot, cast, and production are all aimed at one single goal: to grab the audience right from the start and not let go until the very end.
’The Matrix’ trilogy, being a revolutionary neo-noir science fiction movie, addresses some serious problems that are still very urgent today. The movie sends one clear message: even though we live in the age of computers, people are no machines. No matter what the chances are for success, and no matter how much we should pay for the truth, humanity will stand up for the future and keep on fighting for love.
A mysterious stranger wanders into the Southwest during the Civil War. He is burdened by nothing: no home, no friends, and no partners until he meets two bounty hunters and forms an uneasy alliance with them. If you are a true fan of the Western genre, you most likely have watched this one. If not, include it in your must-see list.
The movie follows a 30-year-long story of the City of God, one of the poorest neighborhoods in Rio de Janeiro. The place is real and so are the stories adapted for the big screen. The actors are also real people from the streets, with their authentic behavior and genuine emotions that one can’t fake.
This movie was nominated for an Academy Award in several different categories and named in the list of the best and most inspiring movies in the past hundred years. The story begins in a New York City courthouse, where an 18-year-old boy is accused of stabbing his father to death. The jury of twelve is being instructed by the judge to decide whether the boy is guilty or not. This is one truly great movie! Definitely a 10 out of 10!
A stunningly sincere story about black women in the 60s in Mississippi spending their lives with white families as maids. ‘The Help’ received hundreds of positive reviews, calling the movie appealing, entertaining, and very touching.
A successful banker is convicted of murdering his wife and her lover and is sentenced to prison for life. In the Shawshank State Penitentiary, he faces the brutality and violence of prison life. He somehow adapts to it and starts working on his prison break plan. It’s really a great movie that you can watch again and again.