Hereafter and Crash

Today I received to movies that I was not that interested in Hereafter and Crash. Both movie were first watches for me. I noticed that Crash was on Netflix top 100 movies so that was why I rented it. I figured Clint Eastwood and Matt Damon working on Hereafter that this movie would have to be good as well.

Hereafter movie posterHereafter

Clint Eastwood directs this supernatural thriller about three very different people and their responses to death, including a hesitant American psychic named George (Matt Damon) who may be able to help the others find answers and peace. Marie (Cécile De France) is a French journalist caught up in the aftereffects of the devastating 2004 tsunami, while in London, young Marcus (Frankie and George McLaren) seeks to contact his deceased twin

This movie surprised me. As in all Clint Eastwood movies there was incredible acting, but I thought that movie was very slow-moving. The tsunami at the beginning was a great start to this movie, but other that seemed like the story could have been told in half the time and have the same effect on the audience.

Rating: 6 out of 10 stars.


CrashCrash Movie poster

Tensions erupt when the tangled lives of a Brentwood housewife, her district attorney husband, a Persian shopkeeper, two cops, a pair of carjackers and a Korean couple converge over a 36-hour period in the diverse metropolis of post-9/11 Los Angeles. Sandra Bullock, Brendan Fraser, Don Cheadle, Matt Dillon, Thandie Newton and Terrence Howard co-star in this Oscar-winning Best Picture from writer-director Paul Haggis.

This is a movie about how people view other people and the perception of ones self. How different people view the world and the stereotypes or prejudices that individuals have. A very good movie that everyone should see at least once.

Rating: 10 of out 10 stars.



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