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Not my favorite Bond movie, but its definitely up there. The problem I had with it was that the villain really wasn't that huge.Typically in bond films the villain is out to steal billions of dollars in money/items, blow up a country, or take over a place. In this the bad guy built a small criminal empire essentially to kill on old chick he didn't like because she screwed him over 15 years prior. The big blots of usual bond movies usually help carry them along, even through the slow parts. This film had good pacing, and was beautiful, but I kept feeling like there really wasn't a point during it. It seems like there was a million other ways bond could have Saved M and defeated the bad guy (who I though was great for what he was). And in the end it really was all for naught.
The Hobbit: 8.5/10
The Hobbit, imo, was fantastic. I have no idea why some reviewers and fans are hating on it so much. I had way more fun watching it than the fellowship of the ring, and the Hobbit was a prequel Tolkien wrote for kids, so of course its going to have some semi childish comic relief every so often. People comparing Radagast to Jar Jar Binks are out of their minds.
The only thing I didn't really like was the fact they used "to much" CGI. I liked what they did with the LoTR trilogy, the full body makeup and prosthetic made orcs seem more real and nasty.
Django Unchained: 9.5/10 One of Tarantino's best works.
This film pretty much had everything. Great acting, well placed comic relief and pacing, and it had great dialogue. I went in with high expectations and was actually surprised that it was better than I thought it would be. For instance, at the beginning of the KKK type raid scene when Jonah Hill's character shows up I though I was going to start groaning. It turned out to be one of the funniest scenes I have ever watched in a movie.
The only real improvement I think it could use would be a couple of sequences were Django is first learning how to be skilled with a gun. All the training scenes we see are at the end of winter when he has gotten really good. A few minutes spent showing him being bad, and then improving over the weeks leading up to the scenes where his is shooting bottles left and right would make it a little better.