Movie Monday: The Big Short and Creed

Movie Monday is a weekly feature here on my blog, in which I’m rambling about movies I’ve watched lately.

This week, I want to talk about two movies:

 

The Big Short

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The Big Short is a drama about Four men who predicted a big collapse of American Finance system (credit and housing bubble collapse, to be precise).

I found this movie pretty interesting and pretty boring at the same time.

The movie was interesting to me becasue I am kind of familiar with the bank system and find the theme of this film as something I want to know more about, since I do like economy.

However, if you don’t care about finances, banks and economy in general, I think this movie is not for you. There’s a great chance you’d just feel bored while watching.

Although the story isn’t captivating, and the way the story is told is also not the best out there, I think that actors had some amazing preformances.

I have to emphasize how perfect Christian Bale was! Just when I tought I already had a candidate for the Best Supporting Actor Oscar winner, Christian Bale proved me wrong and now I am not even sure wheter I’d like to see him or Tom Hardy winning that award.

 

Creed

Creed is the last movie in the series about Rocky Balboa. It follows a young man Adonis Johnson who is a
creed son of Apollo Creed. The former World Heavyweight Champion Rocky Balboa serves as his trainer and me
ntor.

I found this movie to be really good, it kept me interested from the beginning to the end. It had a really good premise, cute love side story, some really important topics when it comes to life and, all in all, it was a great entertaiment.

I think fans of Rocky movies will be satisfied with this film.

 

Note: Pictures in this post are not my property but taken from IMDb site and are property of Paramount Pictures and Warner Bros.Pictures International.

 

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