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Goodbye Bafana
19 months ago via Flixster

Wonderfully directed by Danish director Bille August this movie is definitely worth seeing. It shows Nelson Mandela's life struggle for equal rights and freedom for South African black people and the end of Apartheid. No man in the world deserves to become 100 years old but this Madiba!!
American actor Dennis Haysbert does a wonderful job portraying Mandela as well as Joseph Fiennes who plays the role of James Gregory, the writer of the book Goodbye Bafana which inspired this movie.
This is one of the movies to see before you die!

The Story of O
10 years ago via Flixster

I liked this classic erotic movie very much, soft and pretty it was. I never read the book though, maybe the book is better than the movie.
I recommend this flick to both hetero and lesbian lovers!

The Iron Lady
The Iron Lady (2012)
10 years ago via Flixster
½

Somehow I expected so much more of this movie. I thought the emphasis would lie on the politics of Thatcher but instead it was on her illness and the fact that she no longer has control of her current life. Loved the real images in the movie and her imaginary husband Dennis who Thatcher survived, played by Jim Broadbent. Not a masterpiece but a movie I will watch again.

The Awakening
The Awakening (2012)
10 years ago via Flixster

I can hardly call this a good movie because of all horror movies I have seen this one shows absolutely nothing new. The scenery and the lack of colours were attractive but it was not scary enough. When I left theatre I was asked by a lady entering and she asked if it was a good movie and I straight away replied "No, not at all." She seemed disappointed but she would have been even more disappointed after seeing it.

The Ides of March
10 years ago via Flixster
½

A political movie with a very interesting and emotional script which does not make it boring to watch. Supreme performances of both director George Clooney, Ryan Gosling & the ever-so-brilliant Philip Seymour Hoffman. Definitely worth watching. Unfortunately I will not remember this movie in a few years time.