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  • The Basketball Diaries

    The Basketball Diaries

    ★★★½

    I added this to my 'Basketball Related Movies' list but there is actually quite minimal basketball in it.

    The fact that this film is based on a true story made it more interesting but it is quite frustrating that it takes so long to come to a close. It continually feels like it's about to reach it's climax and then drops again.

    Dicaprio is amazing though, really interesting to see him so young and that his style and ability is…

  • Drive

    Drive

    ★★★½

    I've watched this film three times in total hoping that it would grow on me and i'd experience the hype that i've been reading everywhere.

    I have to say it is a good film, but it is certainly not as good as the reviews on here and in the media.

    The plot is mediocre at best and the character profile's a quite unbelievable.

    Ryan Gosling and Carey Mulligan are both good and they work quite well together, but I just cant get into this movie as much as it seems many others have.

    Maybe it's just me.

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  • The Notebook

    The Notebook

    ★★★★★

    The Notebook seems to have a lot of negative attention, predominantly from people who wish to be seen publicly bashing romantic films for the purpose of their own image. - The internet doesn't care if you like romantic films or not. Films are much like music, you watch whatever suits you due to the way in which it makes you feel.

    I was in conflict over watching this as I had read the book several times and it is one…

  • Into the Wild

    Into the Wild

    ★★★★★

    This is one of the most thought provoking films i've ever seen.

    Walking away from his family, friends and life, Chris McCandless (Emile Hirsch) goes it alone on a voyage of self discovery in an attempt to become more connected with nature and avoid the grinds of modern culture such as careers which he describes as a "21st century invention."

    Emilie Hirsch is amazing throughout, as are the majority of the cast in fact. Including Kristen Stewart (Twilight, Welcome to…