eternalsunshin3 has written 27 reviews for films rated .

  • Antlers


    Eh, could have been worse I guess. Nothing special really, in fact.. I don't like Jesse Plemons like.. at all.. but whatever I guess.

  • X


    "I will not accept a life I do not deserve"

    I think I had high expectations for this one because I enjoy Ti West (The Sacrament is a great movie) but was a little disappointed. I thought it was a wildly odd cast, none of them being likeable under really.. any circumstances. I wasn't rooting for anyone in particular here because I just didn't really like any of them to be sympathetic for their escape from whatever the fuck is…

  • Fresh


    Despite all the hype this got and is still getting, I really just wasn't about it. The characters were mostly unlikeable and I felt it was way too long for what it was. I felt bored for the most part and really the only good thing was the women beating his ass the end lmao.

  • Walking Out

    Walking Out

    I freaking love Bill Pullman. This one was a little boring... there were a few good parts, and the ending was definitely sad, but it seemed to drag on at times, and flashback to memories that seemed a little meaningless. Not much else to say really, the trailer made it look much more entertaining than what it really was.

  • The Human Centipede (First Sequence)

    The Human Centipede (First Sequence)

    While this movie was stellar the first time I watched it in 2009, re watching it years later... I couldn't help but think it was soooo freaking cheesy. Nothing about it was "good" and I thought it was rather boring and everything about it including dialogue, story, effects. I just wasn't impressed at all. I think probably watching it as a younger "kid" during 2009 probably felt like a gnarly movie experience because I was a kid and at the time, it seemed pretty "visceral" but now its just not much worth experiencing.

  • I Know What You Did Last Summer

    I Know What You Did Last Summer

    While I absolutely adored these types of slasher films as a young kiddo in the 90`s, this one just did not age well and did absolutely nothing for me watching it many years later as an adult. It's cheesy and subpar, actors that were relevant then but couldn't be anymore irrelevant now doesn't help either really. Nothing too memorable about this one, but still fun for what it is.

  • P2


    Nothing to really say about this one. Boring and not scary or thrilling at all really.

  • The Ruins

    The Ruins

    I didn't like this at all. I never was really interested in this one, but figured I'd give it a shot because it seemed like an easy enough watch, which it was but I think the story suffered a little bit. It didn't do much for me for only taking place in the one area (on top of the temple for the most part) and while there were a few satisfying and gory bits sprinkled throughout, I still found myself…

  • Clementine


    I don't even know what this was ?! I thought it would be worth checking out because I LOVE Sidney Sweeney, but this really just ended up being a strange hour and a half not telling a very good story... mainly just stuff.. just... happening? Not sure what else to say besides it was boring, slow paced and didn't have a dramatic climax or ending. Really the only good part to me personally was seeing a familiar face, Sonya Walger (we're huge LOST fans in this household) but otherwise a pretty boring watch with not a lot of interesting thoughts or character development.

  • Saw IV

    Saw IV

    Even worse.

  • Saw III
  • Brokeback Mountain

    Brokeback Mountain

    I really don't have much to say about this. I enjoyed seeing Heath Ledger, he is such a babe, but I thought the pacing of the film was a bit odd and a lot of the plot points moved quickly and I was left feeling like ??? "uhm.. ok I guess" Not to mention the fact that they didn't seem to age neither of the main characters a bit, besides Jack Twist's incredibly bad facial hair changing every so often.