2014, about alex, aubrey plaza, college, comedy, drama, film, friends, friendship, jane levy, jason ritter, love, maggie grace, max greenfield, max minghella, movie, Movies, nate parker, romantic, sad
Yesterday evening I watched About Alex with my sister. We wanted to see a movie that we both hadn’t seen before, and that’s when we decided to watch this movie after seeing the trailer.
And I really liked it. Normally I am the person who sees a trailer and then becomes a bit too excited during the time of seeing the trailer and watching the movie. But because we didn’t hear of this movie untill just some minutes before watching it, I hadn’t set expectations and it turned out to be a nice movie!
The movie is about Alex, who wants to commit suicide. He survives though and the next weekend his friends from college come over to help out. It is just a group of totally different people which gave funny moments, but also weird and sad. So if you haven’t heard of this movie, I just want to say: Go check it out. Eventhough the tough subject, an easy going movie that’s nice for a night in.
What a gorgeous duet. Yesterday I heard this song for the first time and I really love it! The piano music is just beautiful and their voices match so good. I even like this live version more than the one that is made in the studio, it’s just so real and raw. What a talent!
boyhood, childhood, cinema, documentary, drama, ellar coltrane, ethan hawke, family, film, films, growing up, IFC, ifc film, life, lorelei linklater, love, movie, Movies, patricia arquette, richard linklater, sad
I heard a lot of good things about the movie Boyhood and today was the day I watched it and agreed with the people who are saying the movie is good.
It is deep and truthfull. Sometimes it’s happy and sometimes sad.
In this movie you will follow a boy, Mason, from when he is 6 years old until he is 18 years old. It all feels pretty naturel. Just a very truthful movie about growing up and someone’s childhood. I also like some quotes of Mason and his dad, which makes you think about life. All in all, definitely a recommendation from me.