i have seen a movie three idiots now days and found that was good.
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That's exactly how I described it!Frontiers.Think Texas Chainsaw with Nazis. The scenes in the tunnel and slaughterhouse were definitely the movie's high points.
The one girl's incessant shaking and trembling freaked me out.That's exactly how I described it!
And I just saw this film not long ago. It wasn't bad.
Continuing my Oscar catch-up: An Education is the story of a bored 16-year-old girl in 1961 who falls in love with a man about twice her age. Neither a sugar-coated lovestory (in fact, it's pretty brutal in the way it takes apart teenage romantic ideals) nor a simple cautionary tale about what happens to Bad Girls, there are two things here that make it shine. One is the way early 60s England is presented, drab, grey and stiff-upper-lip, the perceived lack of any proper alternatives for young Jenny; she's bright, she's told she needs to go to Oxford... but what for? To be a well-educated housewife, or possibly a teacher or civil servant; on the other hand, she could drop out, be somebody's teenage mistress, see Paris and have fun. The other is Carey Mulligan, who's perfect in the lead role, constantly playing Jenny as just a little too big for her shoes and trying to fit into ones that are too big for her, with both all the naivite, initiative and justification the role needs.
At home: The curious case of Benjamin Button - I cried so much!
At the cinema: P.S I love you - I cried so much!
Sensing a theme here??