In the late 1960s into the early 1970s Robert Graysmith a San Francisco cartoonist becomes obsessed with the Zodiac Killer and turns amateur detective into the mystery man who terrorises Northern California with his killing, without any real patterns.
A film looking at the rise of McDonald’s and the man who really kick started it Ray Kroc. After Dick and Mac came up with the brand new idea to really change restaurants in America (and then the world).
Ted has gotten married to the love of his life Tami-Lynn but a year later they are fighting and arguing all the time. They decide the way to fix this was to have a baby. Yes you can work out the main problem with that, but after trying to then adopt it is brought to the attention that Ted is not actually recognised as a person.
Drama is set in 1954, U.S. Marshal Teddy Daniels (Leonardo DiCaprio) is investigating the disappearance of a murderess who escaped from a hospital for the criminally insane and is presumed to be hiding on the remote Shutter Island.
Now I have to first say that the poster and trailer for this movie are both quite deceiving, even the title to a certain extent as well. This is far from being just a romance or romantic comedy movie. It is much deeper and more of a drama than that, which I was quite surprised about. As I really did think it was going to be more about a romance between Aaron Eckhart and Jennifer Aniston, but that is more of a side story which is quite a disaster at times. Yes, I did not read the plot before I went to see the movie.
So this is supposed to be Clint Eastwood’s final film in front of the camera . . . I really hope it is not, as he really is just a fantastic actor. He really has the onscreen presence which is so often lacked in younger actors. Clint Eastwood is an acting legend and should be watched by everyone. I am also very impressed with his directing skills as well.