I also was pleased with the old fashioned approach, opting for a more classical aesthetic than cartoonish video game fetishness.
House of D - *** Cut off the awkward and forced bookends, and you have a convincingly gawky portrait of a teenager trying to find his way, made compelling by the fantastic performance by Anton Yelchin.
King Kong Rating: 6.5/10 Longer than it needed to be.
CG integration with live action needed some smoothing also.
2005 Film List Eligible 2005 releases seen theatrically: 61 (Criteria: 2005 US non-festival release date) All films seen theatrically in 2005: 74 **** ***1/2 Nobody Knows (Dare mo shiranai) Downfall Crash Walk on Water Capote Jarhead *** In Good Company The Interpreter Millions Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith Winter Solstice Dot the I Batman Begins War of the Worlds Kontroll March of the Penguins Hustle & Flow Broken Flowers Brothers (Brdre) The Constant Gardener Serenity A History of Violence Junebug Separate Lies Shop Girl Kiss Kiss Bang Bang The Ice Harvest King Kong Memory of a Killer Munich **1/2 Assault on Precinct 13 Constantine Bride and Prejudice Guess Who?
The Third Man (Criterion Collection DVD) (1/6) - 4.5/5 4.
I & II were, and how much we wanted to love a new Star Wars movie made by Mr.
Parts were funny, but overall couldn't compare to the book.
p=6422925&postcount=23) The 2005 Rank 'Em As You Hear Them - Album List ( Doesn't get a perfect 10 because of the tease of Jane Seymore.
To me, it came down to the Palpatine character to sell it, and boy did he.
It was effective for me) Howl's Moving Castle (***1/2) Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe (***) Red Eye (***) Corpse Bride (***) Crash (***) The Devil's Rejects (***) The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy (***) Hitch (***) Haute Tension (***) In Good Company (***) The Interpreter (***) Mr & Mrs Smith (***) Shopgirl (***) Three...