It's a court-drama movie, not at all ground-breaking, but well constructed. The story is involving, and surprisingly Matthew McConaughey performance is one of the best in his career. Too bad, i can't say the same about Marisa Tomei. Worth watching indeed.
15. 'The Lost Boys' - Readers' Poll: The 25 Greatest Movies of the 1980s
The Lost Boys (1987) - Jason Patric, Kiefer Sutherland. A family moves to a new town and finds the local gang is more dangerous than most. This was made in the '80s but it's still a stylish, gorgeous movie. The gang is hot and the Santa Cruz scenery will make you want to pack your bags. Sutherland is icy and dangerous but sexy enough to give Edward Cullen a run for his money (after he rips his head off and tosses it on a bonfire). The plot is laughable but the performances make it a classic.
We had a really interesting discussion about HIV/AIDS, treatment for HIV, and perceptions of those who are HIV positive, among other things, after the monthly movie, Dallas Buyers Club. It is definitely worth a watch at some point even if you weren't able to make it to the screening with the UMSA.