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  • Pacific Rim: Uprising

    Pacific Rim: Uprising

    ★½

    Trololo

    If you are looking for the fun and magic that was the first "Pacific Rim" than look somewhere else.

    "Pacific Rim: Uprsising" is bad. Filled with characters you don't care or flat out hate, dull action, bad dialogue and an uninteresting story.

    Best Scene:
    The big fight at the end was at least entertaining and John Boyega is simply charismatic.

    Similar to:
    Pacific Rim, Van Helsing, the silly Godzilla Movies.

    Recommended?
    Hell no! If you liked the first one stay far away from this. I'd only recommend this to people who want to show off their Atmos-System.

  • Time and Tide

    Time and Tide

    ★★★

    Sex, Rewatches and Videotapes: It’s the Autumn Rewatch Challenge

    Rewatch a film with a title containing the word "and" (or "&"). / Take another look at a film set in Asia. / Rewatch a film in a language other than English.

    It's been a while since I last saw Tsui Hark's "Time and Tide" but I had a vivid memory of the big action sequence in the last part of the film.

    You'll have to wait almost exactly one hour…

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  • Angry Video Game Nerd: The Movie

    Angry Video Game Nerd: The Movie

    ★★★½

    In 1987 a young Director from New Zealand released his first film...it's called "Bad Taste". It took him 4 Years to film it.

    In 1994, a young Director from New Jersey released his first film...it's called "Clerks". It took him all his savings and his beloved Comic Book Collection.

    In 2014, a young Director from New Jersey...wait! Really? Ok, yeah...really. A young Director from New Jersey released his first film..."The Angry Video Game Nerd: The Movie". It took a whole…

  • 25th Hour

    25th Hour

    ★★★★½

    Ever wondered why Spike Lee is getting an Honorary Award at this years Academy Awars? Look no further. "25th Hour" was a great way to start this challenge.

    I bought the DVD in 2004, but never watched it. It was still shrink wrapped, but thanks to this challenge and the late Roger Ebert, I finally experienced this great movie. A powerful story, great script and cast and crew are all giving their best.
    There is no weak performance, I especially liked how real and natural everything felt.

    Nice to see some cool editing tricks, too.