I just finished half yearlies so I went through a bunch of movies.
Lost in Translation- Quite good and had some funny as well as serious moments. I was particularly intrigued by it because it encapsulated exactly how I felt when I was on my vacation to China. 7/10
Moneyball- It's been quite a while since I watched this and I'm still thinking about the story. I was crying at the end of the movie and I didn't even know why... Jonah Hill was also adorable. 7.5/10
Beginners- After watching this, all I felt was drained of emotion. I was so "into" the story that I felt the emotions with all the characters. It's a beautiful little story and Christopher Plummer deserved that Oscar. 8.5/10
The fifth element- Good action movie. Entertaining and shows us a glimpse of a very interesting future. Quite enjoyable. 7/10
Trainspotting- A strange film. Loved the beginning and ending. I felt so scared and traumatised along with the main character. There were a few moments where I lost interest but I can see why people love it. 7/10
50/50- I was disappointed with this film probably because I was so excited for another Joseph-Gordon Levitt movie. I laughed a bit. I felt sad. I think the film had a lot more potential but it's still not a bad film. 6/10
Epic movie. Not in a, "The word 'epic' has been used so much it's lost all meaning," way, I mean truly epic.
The Icarus II - a star ship manned by a small crew on it's way to reignite the Sun with a warhead runs into the Icarus I, the first failed attempt from seven years ago that lost all contact in the "dead zone" (an area too far from earth to reach by radio) sending out a distress signal and are forced to rendezvous when technical issues occur... Epic.
Also has one of the most famous and most copied soundtracks to date - which is also epic.