Jupiter (Mila Kunis) discovers she's intergalactic royalty in this underwhelming sci-fi action movie. The CGI is good tho. I think they were hoping to turn this into a franchise but doesn't seem to have made enough money to warrant it.
I have finally seen Myeongryang. Without subtitles, but since I'm familiar with the story to begin with, I was able to follow it.
It was good. I liked it. Choi Minsik does his job well portraying the Admiral. Storywise, it's a standard build up to a major battle film, but what matters most for these kinds of films is the buildup to the climax. Love the presentation of the currents and the crashing ships. Nothing groundbreaking.
The directorial debut of Chris Evans. Two strangers develop feelings for each other over the course of a night in New York. He's hung up on his ex. She's married. Too many coincidences to keep the two of them together throughout the night.
Dirty Weekend (2015)
Two co-workers are stuck in Albuquerque. He's been there before but was too drunk to remember what happened. I'm sure this movie was trying to make a point but I didn't get it. Watched it for Alice Eve.
I watched The Man from UNCLE the other day and it was soooo fun. I never realized how gorgeous Armie Hammer could be until this movie. Was like in love with him after. The movie was just so funny and cool. I love all Guy Ritchie work, really.
Anyone recall how we tended to complain about how fiction usually portrays the Crown Prince as a hero who's a conspiracy victim? This film is the closest we'll get to having the actual madman on screen. He's alot worse in Lady Hyegyong's memoirs, but I'm glad that a more proper film about the deterioratng relationship between father and son was made.