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  • Shazam!



    Zachery Levi is great, Mark Strong is wasted, that ending was kinda meh. All in all a fun decent movie.

  • What Dreams May Come

    What Dreams May Come


    Visually stunning, but it sometimes borders on cheesy dramatic moments guarenteed to tug at your heart strings.

  • The Fountain

    The Fountain


    Everything about this is movie is pure gold.

  • Terminator 2: Judgment Day

    Terminator 2: Judgment Day


    A more human feel to an action movie which is why I love this one more than I do the first one. That thumbs up scene will always tear me up.

  • The Terminator

    The Terminator


    Our reliance on machines to help us is our doom.
    This movie is so great, but T2 is my jam.

  • What the #$*! Do We (K)now!?

    What the #$*! Do We (K)now!?


    Thought provoking.

  • Take Me Home

    Take Me Home


    This was enjoyable, found it pretty funny in scenes. Really enjoyed watching these two together )married in real life too) on screen, and the conversations they have. It is romantic but I am glad that it's not overly cheesy in the regards with most hollywood rom com's. This movie has a certain charm and thats what drew me in.

  • Adventureland



    It's decent, used to really love this movie but It doesn't hold up for me anymore. I find some of the characters to be really shallow especially Eisenberg's character who just seems to go through the motions of being a dick. I like Kristen Stewart in this, the movie showcases that she has more than one emotion.

  • Mad Max 2

    Mad Max 2


    What a badass movie, they sure don't make them like this anymore.

  • Willow



    Gosh, I love this movie. I remember going to see it in theatres in 88 and just being carried away into a fantasy world that I wanted to be a part of. Warwick Davis and Val Kilmer's chemistry together is fun to watch, Kilmer steals every scene he's in and Davis carries the movie pretty well. The movie's a classic to me.

  • Won't You Be My Neighbor?

    Won't You Be My Neighbor?


    Fred Rogers has been one of my heroes since I was a kid. Watching his show always gave me a sense of peace and I believed (still do) in his values and beliefs. This is a great documentary on the legend himself, I learned a lot about him, my views haven't changed about him. He did a lot for kids and stuck up for them when children needed it most. And to that, Mr Rogers, I thaink you for everything you have taught me, I believe you have made me the man I am today by showing me compassion and love.

  • Lucy



    I don't give a shit about the haters for this movie, the thing is as an awakened soul I really loved the themes this movie had because I believe in them. Some of the concepts really resonated with me and to be honest I dig this movie a lot.