Yeah, the guy who played Kemper was darned impressive. My main gripe with the show (and I rated it highly before I saw the last three episodes) is it kind of went "out there" withMindhunter 8.0. It is on Netflix and tells the story of how the FBI came up with a serial killer profiling system in the 70's. Interesting, intriguing, sometimes funny, and entertaining. Not something you have to see, but if you enjoy that type of thing it is pretty good. Should be a second season by how it ended, and some clues in the last few scenes if you're paying attention.
I was expecting Shawshank level quality but received Perks of being a Wallflower.
I don't understand how this is one of the best rotten tomato movies of all time. Took my gf and she thought it was good but a one watch only.
Acting was excellent but the story never really grabbed me.
Please baby Jesus, let The Last Jedi be good. Hope Rey gets taken down a few power levels.
I loved that movie when I was a teenager back when it was in the theaters.here is a good example of something that must be kept in mind when reviewing films;
i watched Virtuosity - http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0114857/reference
a 1995 film with Denzel Washington and Russel Crowe, who a few years later will go on to star in the absolutely magnificent American Gangster. An actor doesn't have much control over how good the film will be or how hard it will suck; most of the time they don't even know what the film is like, until it's complete. And to complete a film, a large number of people, independently acting and thinking people, are involved, all of whom can influence how the film will look at release.
And Virtuosity sucks oh so hard. Denzel is good as always, but like in the insipid The Equalizer (which, i have sadly learned, is now being filmed for a second episode), you need to bring out the qualities of the acting for the audience to enjoy it, not suffocate it in a mass of mediocre supporting acts, bad sets, bad dialogue, and a really bad story barely worth of a Sylvester Stallone action film.
Crowe instead is just bad. Obviously, actors respond differently to a lack of a strong director (Brett Leonard, author of such masterpieces as Highlander: The Source and other works mostly rated 5/10 on IMDb)
it's bad, it's even cheesy, but it's vaguely entertaining. will do for a popcorn afternoon. 6/10
Loved Charlie Wilson's War. 9/10i think Judge Dredd qualifies as "so bad it's good". That speech "i did not break the law, i am the law" alone is worth 11/10.
meanwhile, i'm halfway through my Top 250 review and i have yet to find Brother, Zatoichi, Charlie Wilson's War, The Big Short, and many more. Bourne Ultimatum is on the list, but Bourne Identity isn't ...
I finished the series tonight and thought it was pretty boring overall. The last episode was really good but the rest was disappointingStarted watching Godless on Netflix after seeing it mentioned here and I'm maybe 1.5 episodes in. Really excellent so far; 8.5/10. I really noticed the realistic sound during the thunderstorm in the first episode. I don't think I normally notice such good sound effects/ambiance in a movie but I sure did during those scenes.