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  • Mission: Impossible II

    Mission: Impossible II

    ★½

    --- 3/10 - Awful -
    Wow.. and to think this was the highest grossing film of 2000.
    Before I start I want to say a few things that I learned on IMDb recently. First, this films original cut was 3.5 hrs long.. which was trimmed to 2 hrs & 3 min. Second, that cut was originally rated R, then cut back to PG-13, because it had, note 'too much action & violence'.. I'm triggered.. Where the hell is this 3.5hr R-rated cut…

  • Mission: Impossible

    Mission: Impossible

    ★★½

    --- 5.8/10 - Alright -
    So I had never seen the film that started it all, Brian De Palma's 'Oh shit, I gotta make a movie that makes money' film, and Tom Cruise's first entry into a series that defines 'I wanna do some crazy shit AND RUNN!". And though those might sound like disses, they're not. Especially Cruise doing crazy shit.

    Let us begin with De Palma, I haven't seen most of his films, but I have seen two…

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  • Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation

    Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation

    ★★★½

    --- 7.5/10 - Solid -
    So, I totally wasn't expecting to enjoy this movie. It's my first foray into the Hotel Transylvania series and honestly I might go back and watch the previous two.

    The Director and Co-writer Genndy Tartakovsky (Who also helmed the first two entries) creates a very pleasing to watch PG family film. At first I disliked the animation style, everything seemed so soft and rounded off, but after a few scenes and moments I grew to…

  • Logan

    Logan

    ★★★★½

    --- 9.1/10 - Amazing -
    This isn't a superhero film it's a western directed by James Mangold. It's about a man dealing with consequences. A bitter, stabbing, aching, send out for a character that until now has gotten the film he has always deserved. Jackman nails his final outing tugging at heart strings that no superhero film has been able to do. People die, brutally and savagely, but more than that you can see a family live, hope, and struggle…