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  • Glass



    Really great movie, just wish there was more Bruce Willis in it. I had been waiting over a decade to see him play that character again.

  • Scott Pilgrim vs. the World

    Scott Pilgrim vs. the World


    A perfect movie. Nothing else to say.

  • Deep Impact

    Deep Impact


    I thought it was very well written and as realistic as it can be. Probably would be better if it was made today.
    There was one cringy moment; during the president's first press conference we cut to a scene at the news studio and everybody is running around trying to get information. One lady reporter is on the phone and says "got Beijing, Rome, Sao Paulo, Cairo, Berlin." And then out of nowhere yells out; "does anyone know how big the one was that killed all the dinosaurs?" Eww yukky. What the he'll was that?

  • X-Men: The Last Stand

    X-Men: The Last Stand


    I don't know why most people don't like this, I thought it was just as good as X2. Great conclusion to the trilogy.

  • Cellular



    "It's a day spa, you fuck!"
    This really isn't my favorite type of movie, so it really surprised me that I love this one. I honestly don't know why this entertains me. Maybe because it has a simple (yet original) plot with no over-the-top action scenes and silly cringy humor. William H. Macy was awesome, his character may have seemed a bit incompetant but he was actually bad ass. Chris Evans and Kim Basinger are awesome too.

  • Unbreakable



    Always loved this movie. Love the idea of what would superheroes be like in real life. Waited years for a sequel and I'm gonna watch both Split and Glass for the first time this weekend.

  • The Real Glory

    The Real Glory


    Thought I'd try out some really old movies since the only two pre 1950 films I've ever seen are The Wizard of Oz and Citizen Cane. I picked this because I've seen Henry Hathaway's From Hell To Texas and I liked it and also it's set and filmed in the Philippines and I've actually been to the main Island the film is set in.

    I didn't think it was too bad. Some really ridiculous moments but I won't hold that…

  • Keoma



    I heard a few times that this was pretty good but it really disappointed me, especially because I'm a big fan of Franco Nero. It had a really bad score and a lot of unnecessary slow motion moments. I've only given it two stars because it actually did have a really good shootout sequence that you could also compare to John Woo's films. I like the idea of having a bow and arrow in it (used by Woody Strode who…

  • Brimstone



    This film was flawless. I'd like to consider this an alternative western due to the fact that its almost a horror film as well. The film is split up into four chapters, the first three go back further into time where we learn more about the relationship between the protagonist and the villain. And then the final chapter we get the final showdown with a great conclusion. The performances by Guy Pearce, Dakota Fanning, Kit Harrington and Paul Anderson are brilliant.

  • The Perfect Storm

    The Perfect Storm


    Not much to say about this flick. The Perfect Storm is far from perfect, but I still really like it. Some reviews complain that lack of character depth but I feel like it would be more boring if there was. There were plenty of annoying characters but we didn't get to see them too much. I thought George Clooney did a great job portraying a complete asshole.

  • Bandits



    Not really a great film. But had a good surprise ending. Billy Bob Thornton was great in it.

  • The Social Network

    The Social Network


    Very few filmmakers could make a story like this so exciting. I thought the first few sequences (before the creation of Facebook) were the best. The very first scene brilliantly set up the story for the film. Soundtrack was also great.