Written December 03, 2011
Both films were good, Moneyball was better. Didn't love the ending to Ides of March, but well acted and well directed. Ryan Gosling is distractingly handsome though! : ) Moneyball is a great story and as always Brad gave a wonderful performance!
Written December 08, 2011
Two great movies for the price of one! The Ides of March was a gripping political thriller, and the lighter mood of Moneyball (a great movie on its own) made for a brilliant finish. Theaters should consider doing more double features!
Written December 06, 2011
Loved it! Hated it (that, Spoiler Alert, Geo Clooney is not a pure and virtuous politician)!
DEFINITELY worth seeing. If you think you don't like politics, consider this a drama, please, and then see it.
Not for kids under 16 (if your parents don't want you to hear swear words and see 'adult' content), but well acted, well directed. Philip Seymour Hoffman is a wonder in everything I've seen him do.
Written December 04, 2011
I liked both films very much. I do not know anything about baseball, but Moneyball held my interest throughout. Brad Pitt deserves an Oscar nomination for sure. The directing and cinematography were both outstanding also. The Ides of March is pertinent to the present political atmosphere--scary to know what may be going on behind the scenes!
The double feature is a great idea--the opportunity to see two good movies for the price of one is helpful for people who are on budgets. I hope this feature will continue.
Written December 02, 2011
This would be a good idea if you knew which movie played first. I also had to leave the page to go find out information and see trailers for each movie. It is a major oversight to not give information on the movies that are combined in this type of an offer. I would also hope that in the future they would match movie content better. This is a political movie and a sports movie. I would rather see two sci-fi or two comedy etc matched up with each other.