Saturday, August 31, 2013

Movies Iv'e seen for August 2013

Here are the films that I saw for August 2013. I hope you enjoy this list.

Driving Miss Daisy

Driving Miss Daisy is a wonderful film that deals with  friendship that lasts for around twenty five years with a elderly woman and her chauffeur driver named Hoke (Morgan Freeman).  The film has great dialogue that is realistic in this time period of the film. Having Alfred Uhry be the person who writes the lines for the movie was a great move since he was the original writer of the play that movie was based on.  The chemistry from Jessica Tandy and Morgan Freeman is fascinating to watch as they becomes best friend for life. Both of them made their character believable for the audience to root for.  This movie is a splendid choice if you want to see people have long lasting years with each other.
 Rating 7 out of 10 stars

Great Expectations (1946 film)

Great Expectations is one of those novels that film studios love making different adaptions to the story all the time, but this version is the best one of the bunch. It got the some similarities as the novel and the movie was thrilling just like the book. I can't image anyone making this film than David Lean and I enjoy the film. It worth time if you want to see the best Great Expectation movie adaption of this book.
9 out of 10 stars

Now, Voyager
Now, Voyager is a great example of films that Hollywood does not make anymore these days.  The story is plot driven and isn't all about the romance like typical romance movies you see these days at Hollywood. The movie makes you care about the characters by getting to know them instead of rushing into the romance very quickly. The film is brilliant in its own way and it is a great example of a good romance classic film
9 out of 10 stars

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