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The Revenant (2015)

Movie 1: The Revenant (2015). My rating: 3.5/5. Stunning scenery, fantastic directing, believable and unique characters, great acting, and yet the whole thing is incredibly unpleasant. That was one of the goals, I guess! I didn't feel that it was the plot that redeemed it, but the way that the beauty and power of nature was captured.

Letters to Juliet (2010)

Drama, Romance. This movie is adorable. The search for a womans lost love from 60 years ago

If you’re looking for a scientifically accurate story, this one is definitely not for you. There are a lot of plot holes and loony leaps of logic, but if you just go with it, Scarlett is very easy to watch and the scenery is fun (Paris, Taipei). It isn’t deep but it is pretty entertaining. Read our review.

Fictional Movie-Inspired Travel Posters by MUTI

Muti-Posters-2: I like science fiction and fantasy, and I already pined Muti's Pandora poster, but there's this place: I loved watching how they put this together, as well as the scenery on the South Island of New Zealand. I know the set was fiction, but my DVD is real and I can go back anytime.