1. 127 Hours (2010): 10/10 Powerful film. The film made me so uncomfortable that I literally broke into tears. At the end of the film, I wasn't really in a normal state, there were mix feelings of fear, happiness, desire for living and instincts of survival. My mind had become so numb and I was really feeling cold. Don't know when was the last time I watched such strong film. And, ultimately, it inspired you. When I finished the film, I just wanted to call all my loved one and wanted to express that how much I love them and feel grateful having them in my life. In fact, the very next day, I talked to every person of my family for hours and that's so unusual as I'm not much of phony person. Why I related to the film to this extent, I guess, because I could feel the character Aron Ralston deeply, I'm much like him; not a social person, hardly have 1-2 friends (See. I'm not even sure), and mostly spend time with oneself. That's account for no share of what's really going on in my life, no one actually knows. So, the mere thought of finding myself in the situation the character caught into gave me chilling effect. Also, the director, Danny Boyle, has dealt with the possible circumstances of the disaster in the so realist manner that you literally empathize with the character and psychologically you becomes the character. Now, not that, I'm going to become a social person, but, something has surely changed deeps down. Probably, the breakdown of my selfish nature, though I don't know if I'm one.
Well, too much for my resemblance to the character. The film is probably the best survival film I've watched if not counting Life of Pi. Moreover, in this film, circumstances for the survival is too narrow, I don't think if there could be any more serious and horrific circumstances for the survival, Where you can't even move. In that respect, the film is an epic tale of fighting with even most uneven circumstances to breathe. Greatest survival story. Love you, Danny Boyle.
2. Avengers: Infinity War (2018): 6/10 Okay. It's entertaining somewhat and I like assembling of some of the superheroes at one place but, there is some franchise which I didn't like as for Guardians of the galaxy and there are some which I haven't watched like Dr. Strange. So, you see, there are some issues. It's not like it was difficult to understand the story but the story is the least aspect of the superhero film I give a shit about. For me, It's more about concept and Infinity War didn't have that for me. The thing that it was all about saving the whole universe from a psycho self-proclaimed God and the then destruction of some random plants, which looked like smaller in size to my village, didn't really appease me. I'm more into watching humanity die and our mother earth getting destroyed by some asshole villains. You see, the earth is relatable, I've nothing to do with some imaginary plants, emotionally. So, the concept didn't really work out for me. I tried to involve myself with humor and philosophy of Thanos. The guy has some words of wisdom and is powerful but I hated how everything looked so one-sided from the very beginning of the film. Adding to my liking, I enjoyed the fight scene to the end. Overall, the film is decent. Though, I got that I'm more into Deadpool stuff than these Infinity Stone stuff. Meh.