"I AM THE SUPER MOTHER BUG!!"
I think I laughed more watching this than I have watching any comedy in recent memory. I blame most of that laughter on Ashley Judd's extreme over-acting. It was just silly. Michael Shannon plays his role really well, but that's not enough for me to take anything else about Bug seriously.
The amount of action and thrill in Star Trek Into Darkness almost makes it seem like nothing actually happened in Star Trek. I'm not actually saying that Star Trek is boring, by any means, or that I think nothing happens in it, but Star Trek Into Darkness does what a good sequel should do and advances the plot and characters in such a way that it simply towers over the first in my mind.
If any movie would stick with you for days and days and days after watching it, it'd be Oldboy. Just...wow. It's impossible to not just sit back completely gobsmacked by the end. It's sad to think that a lot of people will let the language barrier/subtitles stop them from experiencing a true masterpiece.
Being someone who hated The Tree of Life, I really should've seen it coming how much I'd hate To the Wonder. What I never could've seen coming was the actual degree to which I would hate this movie. I could easily chalk that up to my extreme bias against Terrence Malick, but that wouldn't exactly be fair. A year after watching TToL I watched The Thin Red Line and was able to, dare I say, like it. I certainly didn't…