Recently watched Taxi Driver, No Country For Old Men and 10,000 BC.
No Country For Old Men was a fantastic film. Starts a little slow, but quickly picks up and never looks back from there. Feels like a modern western, that still retains elements of westerns set half a decade ago. The ending didn't seem to hit me like the rest of the film did, but still, highly reccomended, 8/10.
Taxi Driver, apart from Robert De Niro I found to be fairly boring. The plot took too long to kick in, and while I did find De Niro's speaking to be interesting, the film just didn't do it for me other than that. His first love interest proved to add next to nothing to the story, they should have just had him helping the 12 year old hooker throughout. I would have found that far more interesting, and they could have done so much more with it. 6/10.
10,000 BC I watched with little to no intentions as everyone seemed to be slating it. How wrong are they? Like No Country For Old Men, it starts of slow but as soon as the "treck" kicks in, I was hooked. I found the characters to be intriguing and interesting, as well as the main story and side stories throughout. Again, like No Country For Old Men, I'd highly reccomend seeing this. 8.5/10.