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Reviewer:
KurtisMovieLover
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  1.  Fight-fully Good.

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    A brilliant film, even if you dont like sport/boxing film, this is till a heartbreaking family story. Every body is raving about Christian Bale and he is truly amazing in the film, (and for everybody saying he is over acting, watch the end credit, in which footage of the real Dicky is played, you'll see he plays it to a tee) Fellow Oscar winner Melissa Leo, also gives her all playing matriarch Alice Ward. But it's the terribly under-rated Mark Whalberg who I think stills the show, he plays Mickey "Irish" Ward fantastically, and heartbreaking performance should have earned him an Oscar nomination. Amy Adams also shines, (which is hard to do, as the the supporting cast is brilliant) as Charlene, as do the "Sisters" Mickey and Dickey's siblings. This film is just wonderful.

  2.  Amazing. Mad Men in the 1920s

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    This gritty potrayal of 1920s Atlantic City, in a time when alcohol was outlawed is brilliant. Its violent, and features strong sex and language so this show is one for the adults, although saying that I'm only 17 myself. It's a truley remarkable show, with an amazing cast and script. The icing on the cake is that the opening episode is directed by Oscar-winning director and living legend Martin Scorsese. This, along with Mad Men, is one of the best shows on television.

  3.  Not What I Expected. LOVED IT!

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    When it was first advertised i jsut thought it was The Hills meets Big Brother, I also thought the cast was horrible, and that i was going to hate it. BUT I LOVED IT!!!! I mean I am man who likes nothing better to watch gritty crime dramas and shows that win awards galore, but this is just soo addictive, you want to watch over and over again. The cast is loveable and hilarious, it looks like car crash TV, but the show, believe me, is fantastic.

  4.  A Masterpiece On Every Level. (You Like This.)

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    A truly amazing film. The story of creation, friendship, enemies and essentially a war, all centred around the most popular thing on this planet right now, Facebook. After the wonders that where Se7en, Zodiac, Fight Club, Ben Button, and Panic Room, David Fincher does not disappoint, in a film that keeps you entertained the whole way through. While some may see it as an acquired taste, give it a try its brilliant. It also has great performances, from the wonderfully awkward, Jesse Eisenberg, the underrated, and future Spiderman, Andrew Garfield, and a fantastic scene stealing performance from the future Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, Rooney Mara. All this is complimented by Aaron Sorkin's amazing Oscar-winning script, and the also Oscar-winning score, from Mr. Nine Inch Nails, Trent Reznor, and Atticus Ross. And of course the wonderful, Oscar robbed direction from the God that is David Fincher.

  5.  Stunning

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    Stunning, scary, and sexual. It will leave you lost for words, just try to keep up.

  6.  What We Are

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    I can not disagree more with the banner on the cover of this DVD "A Cannibal GORE-FEST!" it is not. This film, like, Let the Right One In, is a painful story of love and survival. Yes, the film centres around a family of cannibals, but they are more in tune with "Silence of the Lambs" cannibals, than The Hills Have Eyes cannibals, but the film is about a family, who have lost their father, and their only way to survive and fulfil their "dietary needs" is to do what he normally did for them, with is kidnap, and eat people. They will probably remake it, with extra gore and scares, they will call it probably What We Are, like Let Me In.

  7.  Simply the Best.

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    This is the best, and I mean the best show on television. Period.

  8.  Enchanting

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    Bittersweet, moving and utterly beautiful: a love letter to cinema and to Scotland.

  9.  Wow.

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    What a collection, clearly time and effort were put into making these films look amazing, and the extras are phenomenal. A lot of reviews are saying that Aliens (Alien 2) is looking grainy, its not, personally I think both Alien and Aliens, even though they both are the oldest films in the series, look the best out of all 4 films. The extras are brilliant, the "MU-TH-UR" mode, in which you can bring up a text commentary, interesting facts and even save exclusive to Blu-ray videos, is just amazing. A great set of films.

  10.  Brilliant

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    A stunning movie, that will make your Blu-Ray player weep. Its a fantastic film, great visuals and music. And amazing performances by Leonardo DiCaprio, Ellen Page, Tom Hardy, Joseph Levitt-Gordon and the always wonderful Marion Cottilard.