If you actually did watch the movie before reading this, then my favorite part will undoubtedly be your favorite part too.
Gimme Shelter 12/30/15
Based on a true story movies can sometimes make me forget to think about character motivations because that was the way that it actually happened.
Star Wars: Episode VII - The Force Awakens 12/20/15
The idea of a great battle between the Republic and the Empire is pretty cool the way that they told it in the movie (sorry I can't be more specific without a spoiler), but when I saw it in the movie I thought to myself, "Year right, like it would have happened that way.
But I get the confident feeling that I won't see Larson in an action movie blockbuster, and that, I think, is a good thing.
Most characters had a super-human pain threshold that should only be expected in Marvel movies.
Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials 11/18/15
It pulled me into the movie and made me believe for just a moment that I wasn't watching a movie; I was actually there and what was happening was actually real.
Cries and Whispers 11/18/15
In addition to the movie itself is an incredible interview with Bergman in which he opens up and talks in great length about his career, himself, the movie, and other insights alongside actor Erland Josephson.
The Face of an Angel 5/27/15
The plot followed the events of a director looking for material to write a script for a movie that he would then direct.
Armitage: Dual Matrix 5/22/15
It also included the original four OVA's and the remastered movie Armitage III: Poly-Matrix (the original OVA's compiled into a movie with some additions).