Life of PiSilver Linings Playbook (Bradley Cooper surprised me, the guy knows how to act)Zero Dark Thirty (The Hurt Locker was great)
i wouldn't say incredible it was good.
the acting was really good however.
"i wouldn't say incredible it was good.
the acting was really good however."
Christoph Waltz and Leo were amazing. Jamie Foxx on the other hand wasn't anything special. Overall, it was a good movie, but nothing incredible.
Jamie Foxx is a decent actor (I liked Collateral and Ray)
about Tarantino:1-Puld Fuction2-Inglourious Basterds3-Kill Bill4-Sin City (co.)
"Christoph Waltz and Leo were amazing. Jamie Foxx on the other hand wasn't anything special."
I thought he played Django about as well as he could've been played. He was just a simple slave at heart, not very sophisticated.
Looper, Beasts of the Southern Wild, and Moonrise Kingdom are probably my favourites from 2012.
But I haven't been able to see everything. Still need to check out Life of Pi (the book was awesome), The Hobbit, Skyfall, The Master, Django, Lincoln, Cloud Atlas, Holy Motors, and Zero Dark Thirty. Also Silver Linings with the gf, Les Mis, and This is 40 (because Knocked Up was a classic).
No interest in seeing Argo. Ever.
But the best movie that I watched this year period might actually have been Spirited Away.
<Fuck movies. I'm enjoying the shit out of 'Game of Thrones' right now.
(Just saw Skyfall the other night though and it was okay. Better than the second, worse than Casino Royale.)
I just ripped through 2 seasons of Homeland over Christmas break. That show is amazing.
Claire Danes does a fantastic manic and Damian Lewis has been one of my favourite actors since BoB.