Alrighty then I ain't reviewed some movies I've been viewing for awhile so lets get down to it the first is.
Submarine- A quaintlittle Drama comedy film set in a traquill town in Wales. With that said you can intially tell it's an indie movie at heart and it occassionally revels in that with unique editing and great Directing, what primarily made me watch the film is due to the Director Richard Ayoade (Moss in IT Crowd) and his first feature length effort suceeds. An American audience might not enjoy it for it's subtlety but despite it's Rather unambious tried and true premise, it manages to stand out thanks to it's characters and directing. 7/10
Memories Of A Murder- A drama/thriller South Korean film, for anyone who watched the brilliant Oldboy or Sympathy for mr/mrs series and chaser then you'd most probably enjoy this. This film compromises the action and brutal nature of the aforementioned films with it's engaging plot full of twists and turns but of course as it's South Korean it does have it's fair share of culture elements that make you go "really?" Unless you've watched a South Korean film before in which case it's normal. While I didn't enjoy this compared to Oldboy,Sympathy For Mr.Vengeance, Chaser or The Man From Nowhere it's still worth a watch.8/10
Wristcutters-Despite it's original concept and intially interesting first act, it soon falls flat on it's face turning into a Roadtrip aventure movie. The story is about a man who committs suicide and because of that he falls into a dimension between the afterlife and Life where he spends the rest of his life in a universe similar to earth (but more boring and desaturated) despite that rather little clever use of Irony it soon falters when the protagonist goes on a roadtrip to help a lady get out of this universe back into the living. Once the second act begins the characters just don't have enough depth or humour to make them interesting, the average cinematography in a bland universe. I just didn't enjoy it 4/10
Naked-A depressing, Somber, Dark movie with a subtle use of Dark Comedy within a disturbing premise. The pacing is slow and it's set in Britain so Obiviously the Humour and Dialogue might go over some or even alot of heads. But that is what brings this movie into a memorable experience. Despite it's small in scope premise it's essentially a character study and also brings together idealogical and philosphical ideas which come from a very confusing, likable yet hatable protagonist, his terrible and everything that's wrong in society and yet his intellect and wisdom makes him an intriguing character. Interesting/10
I've watched more movies but I like to bring attention to the more obscure movies that are not as well known. I watch and enjoy mainstream movies aswell but sometimes those little indie movies can make for a more memorable film.