I have watched a few movies recently.Â Here is a quick overview, since I don’t feel like writing a complete separate review of each.
- Rambo.Â I saw it in the cinema, on the big screen. And I have to say that I was impressed.Â Really.Â It couldn’t have been better than the “First Blood” by definition, but it was definitely better than the third part, and arguably better than the second part.Â One of the scenes reminds the beach take over in “Saving Private Ryan”, while there are a couple of other pretty good fights.Â John Rambo is still the same – quiet veteran, who is not so easily pissed off, but when he is, you better be on the other side of the planet.Â In short: lots of blood, great body count, and an absolutely “must see” for the fans.
- Inside Man.Â I am totally biased here, as someone who enjoys heist movies.Â But even if there was no heist, it would have still be an excellent movie.Â The story is interesting.Â The cast is excellent.Â The directing is brilliant. And so is every other part of the film – from music through costumes and make-up to operators.Â This is how I think movies should be: a little bit of everything – humor, sadness, food for thought, visual pleasure, and acting.
- Poseidon. It was a good try at a bad movie.Â I mean, there was plenty of effort in trying to make this film good.Â Some good actors are in.Â There are some expensive scenes.Â Or at least some of them looked expensive.Â There is a little bit of suspense at times.Â But this film was bad by idea, not by implementation.Â I mean, there is this Titanic story which can be tolled from a thousand perspectives.Â And yet, in this film it was told from a perspective of a really cheap “end of the world” flick.Â Oh, and the physics really sucked – from beginning to end.Â But that is sort of expected in the really cheap “end of the world” flicks.