This isn't a horror movie, it's a comedy. Jessica Rothe is really good in her role as Tree, a woman stuck trying to get her self out of the time loop she's in. This is exactly like the first HDD movie, except this time she commits suicide over and over so that she can relive the same day, while she memorizes mathematical algorithms that will allow her to stay in the dimension of her choosing. This was mostly relayed in…
A super-villain origin story. This reminded me of the seriousness that "Logan" went for a few years ago. This was dark and violent but it wasn't as shocking as the media was describing it. The film should have ended on the street scene. I didn't see any potential for Arthur Fleck to become the criminal mastermind that was the Joker, though. Just the rage and psychosis. That was the most disappointing aspect of the movie.
The 1980's were culture prime-time for me. Much of my teenage, high school and college years were contained within this decade. Not surprisingly, I am fond of many of the Movies and TV of this period.
I think I'd seen "TerrorVision" before, likely when it first came out in theaters or on VHS way back when. It seemed familiar but I have no idea if I disliked it then as much as I do now.
This is a B-movie. I…
I'm old enough to proudly state that I saw the original 'Star Wars' movie six times when it opened in theaters when I was 13 years old. I also saw 'The Empire Strikes Back' and 'Return of the Jedi' during their original runs. I remember the excitement of seeing them being pretty incredible. 'Star Wars' was especially big.
Even as I grew through my teenage years with the series, I didn't think of it any differently than other franchises like…