Films I Really Wish I Could Love...
3264 7.3 7.61. Sherlock Holmes (2009)
I find myself really torn in the case of Sherlock Holmes. When I first saw it, I was really unsure of what I'd just seen. I couldn't truly pinpoint what its strengths and flaws were. Therefore, I shelled out another $15 to go see it again about a week later. And still, I couldn't make up my mind about it.
942 6.6 6.72. A Christmas Carol (2009)
I saw A Christmas Carol at the very zenith of an Aussie summer in glorious 3-D with one of my best mates. To an extent, I enjoyed it. The animation is undoubtedly exquisite, and the very "flavour" the film emanates is very persuasive, if that makes sense. I admit it has heart and it's enjoyable, but there's one fatal flaw that always hinders my enjoyment of it...
1976 4.8 5.13. Godzilla (1998)
I know I've written a rather scathing review of Godzilla, and I stand by it. However, there's just something about Godzilla that ensures I will never bring myself to completely hate it. Maybe it's because the design of the creature is so fucking awesome. But probably because I saw it as a kid, so it does hold some nostalgic memories. And yeah the movie is kind of fun...
530 6 6.54. The International (2009)
I remember being insanely psyched about this movie a few weeks before its release. A person who read the script described it as "Michael Clayton meets Jason Bourne". Compelling drama and plotting mixed with delicious action? Count me in.
4746 6.1 6.55. Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace (1999)
Yeah, this movie is pretty fun, I admit it. It has some good set-pieces, and its light-hearted tone means it only becomes boring in places.
1842 5.6 66. Die Another Day (2002)
3368 7.3 7.97. Casino Royale (2006)
484 5.7 5.88. The Fourth Kind (2009)
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