With 2 weeks until the beginning of the Spring holidays and end of exams for me, there are some movies coming out. There's Buried about Ryan Reynolds in a coffin, The Town, a movie about police robberies in Boston and so much more coming soon.
But there was one thing I was disappointed with everyone at school. And that is...
NOBODY HAD SEEN INCEPTION!?!?!?!?
Seriously it's not hard to see a very good movie if you have read the reviews on the Net, newspapers whatever material there is about movies. Inception is really good and yet you're too afraid because the story's complicated and too challenging for you.
I know kids don't actually have time to watch movies but seriously. You're seeing The Expendables? It has nothing but action. You've seeing The Karate kid on the holidays? You would've seen the original Karate Kid from the 80s and it's better than that. You've seen Grown Ups? It's a movie that has jokes of waste, literally. You've seen the Twilight movies? Really? And you're seeing Tommorow When The War Began? Well, it's alright.
Ok. Sorry for being judgemental, but there were so many good movies out there from the past that you would actually watch. You might learn something there like life's tough, get a job. But maybe you might enjoy them. I don't know. IT's your opinion and your choice.
So I'm counting down the top films you should watch before you leave school. Anytime, it's either when you finish Year 12 or going to uni.
1. Sin City (9.5/10)
2. UP (9.6/10)
3. Amelie (10.0/10)
4. Little Miss Sunshine (8.8/10)
5. Donnie Darko [Director's Cut] (9.0/10)
6. Where The Wild Things Are (8.5/10)
7. Juno (8.9/10)
8. The Matrix (8.2/10)
9. The Breakfast Club (10.0/10)
10. 500 (Days) Of Summer (8.4/10)