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Don't Be Afraid Of The Dark (2010) - This movie is a joke. At first it's interesting, then it's boring and then it's just funny/pathetic. And they put it in a "horror" genre. Words are not sufficient. Nosferatu is turning in his grave. 3/10
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Men in Black International. Slightly forgettable, suffers from pacing issues, but overall it work as part of the franchise.
Parasite (for me it was normal price and not 17.50)
It was a good movie but not sure if it can stand the hype. Not even sure, if it was the "best movie" of the year with Joker and JoJo Rabit around the corner
Once Upon a Time in the West (1968)
Tomorrow I'm gonna see "The Music of Hans Zimmer & Others - A Celebration of Film Music" and they're gonna perform music by Ennio Morricone as well, so I thought now is the perfect time to watch this one for the first time.
The cinematography! The score! The acting! The suspense! What an incredible movie!
The duel at the end was perfect cinema! And I don't even really like westerns.
EDIT: I was at the concert and it was fucking amazing!
VFW - bad
Eat Brains Love - Capital M to the eh
Pride And Prejudice And Zombies - quite good fun
Conspiracy Theory (2016) - aweful
A Shaun the Sheep Movie: Farmageddon - good fun
Dolittle - okay
Jojo Rabbit - meh
Sherlock Holmes (2009) - excellent
Sherlock Holmes: A Game Of Shadows - excellent
Mr Holmes - excellent
Sailor of the King - okay
I really like Austen - not a Janeite, but appreciate the books enough to think ugh, this movie will be garbage and probably annoying. What a shock how entertaining and clever it turned out to be and surprising how faithful it was to the novel and its dialogue word for word, in fact.
Hidden Figures (2016)
Really good movie about three brilliant women of colour who changed the world.
Good story, pacing, performances, all around a very good film.
Red Lights (2012)
Very entertaining movie. Good cast, interesting story, all around a fun watch.
Kevin Smiths movies ! I rewatched Tusk and Yoga Hosers some and watched for the first time Jay and Silent Bob Reboot
Doolittle with Robert Downey Jr. It was okay I guess, RDJ was absolutely amazing as Dr. Doolittle, the cgi looked pretty good, but it also rushes through the plot and is pretty obviously aimed at kiddos. My nieces enjoyed it, that's the important part.
The Host (2006)
It's a brilliant monster movie, but it's so much more than just that.
Very believable characters, great plot and performances and so entertaining!
Really good movie!
Good movie. Nice cast, interesting story. The premise isn't very original, though. Still enjoyed it.
Made me hungry.
True monster classic. You might think "ugh, giant insects? that has been done countless times". And yes, it has. Spiders too. But this movie got a great excuse for why you should still watch it. And that is: It was the first.
The Secret Invasion (1964) - okay
36 Hours (1965) - very good
Where Eagles Dare (1968) - very good
Favor (2013) - very meh
The Eagle Has Landed (1976) - good
The Passage (1979) - meh
Spies in Disguise - fun
Night Crossing (1982) - meh
Merry Christmas Mr Lawrence - excellent
Guns Akimbo - okay with good bits
unfunny and rushed, it's terrible.
someone should ask the producers why they threw someone like awkwaNOTFUNNYfina in their casting choice, while keeping a minimal time on screen for glover and devito. 🤦♀️
And Then There Were None (1945)
Good murder mystery, nice twist, really good performances. Very entertaining, you're always guessing who's next and who did it.
The Lost Boys (1987)
Nice '80s vampire comedy. Great cast, really fun story! The last third of the movie was definitely more horror than the rest. It was a bit predictable. If you know even a bit
about vampire lore you were suspicious as soon as someone wanted to be invited. Still very entertaining overall.
+1 to the Lost Boys. Definitely a cult classic.
The Court Jester (1955)
Really good movie with the fantastic Danny Kaye playing the lead character and Glynis Johns, Angela Lansbury, Basil Rathbone and so many more in other roles. The story is at no point slow or boring. All in all a great comedy that's still holds up very well today and one of Danny Kaye's finest performances. Get it? Got it. Good.
Slaw (2017) - Supposedly a Saw-spoof with coleslaw. It's just as good as it sounds. 1/10
Cliffhanger (1993) - Action from start to finish, it's hard not to appreciate Sly grunting around like a badass. 6/10
Rambo: Last Blood
a god awfu moviel, a complete waste of time for the fans of John Rambo, as both the plot it stands on and its characters are very unlike Rambo.
yes, much like rocky this franchise took some liberties i know, but this is in fact your typical popcorns action thriller. It's like taken, blood father, its even like get the gringo, the director´s previous film...but worse, much worse.
the last 20 mins are sort of fun, though not sure what else is to take from it. Even if Rambo was at one point a well developed character, i think he now strayed for long enough, to the point its no longer Rambo, its just Stallone acting a very mediocre uninteresting character. You could just call this movie by any other name.
Bangkok Dangerous is a mediocre film from 2000. This Bangkok Dangerous (2008) is the made for US remake of the original movie no one heard about, but with Cage and in english, so you dont have to hurt your little head putting letters together to make words.
it's not the worst thing i've seen, not the greatest palette, or acting, or framing, or music, or action. But Cage has a bird´s nest on his head and i dont know where im going with this, but it certainly kept my interest in looking at the screen whenever he was on
The Addams Family
I'm a fan, and that includes both movies. But this...this is nothing like the source material.the characters acting differently isn't a problem of itself, if not for the fact that, because they share a common trait of being unaware, which is ridiculous especially considering the plot and the town they live in. But what happens is that the writters really push forward comments and jokes of them being strange and clueless and it gets old.
Some gags would be funny, but their typically botched. They also forget what made the original films work, the town folk don't have distinct personalities although granted thats part of the plot.
just an example how bland this film is. The frog resurrection scene ends with every character in class reacting the same way, screaming and running, it kept going even though you would get nothing from it.The school bully, the teacher, the other students it doesn't matter, because their all the same non developed characters. And the characters that do exist make no sense, like wednesday contradicts herself, what she is, or likes, or wants to be, how she sees the world around her, makes no sense.
and yes, the animation is terrible, and the art style tries to be like the old Tim Burton films, even down to the Town, and that one villain, it does remind me of Edward scissorhands mixed with Horton Hears a Who
The Dead Don't Die (2019)
Nice ensemble cast, but keep in mind that it's a Jim Jarmusch movie. So it might not be everyone's cup of tea.
"But why does it sound so familiar?" "Well, because it's the theme song." And from then on I knew this would be hilarious.
I wondered why this movie was rated so low, but after watching it I read some reviews and I guess people never watched a Jim Jarmusch movie and expected something along the lines of Shaun of the Dead?
Anyways, I thought it was a pretty good film and enjoyed it.
+1. I LOVED The Dead Don't Die.
🎬Get Out  🎬
I'm years late on watching this but hey. I'm not good with words, so in short it was interesting & unsettling. There were parts that shocked me because I personally didn't see them coming. Made me uncomfortable at times.
The downsides for me were that the "comedic" parts sometimes felt a bit off/out place & the ending was a bit underwhelming. Other than that, it was interesting & did make me to keep watching. I suggest others to go into it without knowing too much about it besides maybe seeing the trailer.
I "rated it" 4/5 👍🏻
Midnight Run (1988)
Pretty good movie. Good cast, nice story, all around entertaining. Funny, thrilling, definitely recommended.
Jumanji: The Next Level (2019)
Not as good as the last one, still enjoyable though. Good performances. Kevin's Hart's impersonation of Danny Glover was great! The rest was not too different compared to Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle (2017). Probably best to watch them both as a double feature.
i dont know why, but i loved it same as first one.....maybe it have something to do with Karen Gillan :)
btw happy cake day
Yeah, Karen Gillan is great!
And thanks. ^^
Guns Akimbo (2019)
Some good ideas, some 'seen before' ideas, but Daniel Radcliffe (even if he shouldn't try to hide his British accent) works very well (most of the time). Not the greatest movie ever, but a good one nonetheless.
Fruitvale Station (2013)
This movie hit hard. You see a young man's normal life with his family and friends. They celebrate his mother's birthday, then they wanna go party for New Year's and some police man just shoots and kills him.
I've seen some people write about that this movie is boring and that the movie is mostly just about a guy doing basically nothing. I think that's the point. He was no special person, no interesting guy. He was perfectly normal with a normal life. And then he gets killed because some police man mistakes his gun for a taser. You know what that guy got for that “mistake“? 2 years in prison for involuntary manslaughter. He got out after 11 months.
Now about the technical parts of the movie. Good, nicely paced story, really good performances.
Not really a big fan of teen comedies, but for what it is, it's pretty entertaining. Funny story, good comedy. Really good performances, especiall by the two main characters.
The doll part was weird and people are probably saying it doesn't fit at all into the movie, but the characters just took drugs. Of course that's disconnected from reality somehow.