When I first saw the previews for Edge of Tomorrow starring Tom Cruise I thought, someone took Groundhog Day and crossed it with Aliens, the second film in Segourney Weaver film series. In many ways I was dead on, however, that doesn’t mean that it’s not a good combination.
For fans of Orson Scott Card, Ender’s Game is a must see, and for those who are not, it’s still a must see.
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In the Loop focuses primarily on British government but the same bizarre actions of government can be applied to all public bodies. Iannucci’s film also takes a look at the role of the mystery men in politics, but does so more directly.
With Inglourious Basterds Quentin Tarantino takes countless liberties with history; however, his reinterpretation of history is not as radical as some would have you believe. His story and characters are motivated by history itself.
Some jobs are admittedly more interesting than others. The Hurt Locker details the day-to-day activities of an elite bomb squad unit at the end of their tour in Iraq. The film is complete immersion into the lifestyles of soldiers in a modern war.