Just saw 'Pi' (1998), overall... I liked it okay, but I'm still pondering. So far, the more I think about it, the more I like it. So it has the potential to be a favorite in the long run.
1. Good use of black and white.
2. Very effective atmosphere that conveys the feeling of obsession/paranoia well. It does this on a small budget($60,000), too.
3. Has the longest movie title in all of cinema.
Interesting note: This was the first film for both director Darren Aronofsky and composer Clint Mansell. Neat.
Originally Posted by Ben
The Barbershop with Ice Cube, its actually better than it looks so dont judge it until you see it.
'Friday' is the only movie with Ice Cube in it that I can think of which I liked. I know that I saw 'Barbershop' before, but it must not have been very memorable because I can't remember much of anything about it. What was it that made the movie "better than it looks" for you?