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Tammeka King 7 years ago

Hey - looks like we like a lot of the same movies. You must have good taste! :)

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lacy pope 7 years ago

Your freakin awesome bud!!! lol

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Favorite Movies:
WALL-E, Cars, Dolphin Tale, Up, Turbo, Herbie: Fully Loaded, Transformers: Dark of the Moon, Monsters, Inc., Miracle, G-Force, Alpha and Omega, How to Train Your Dragon, Transformers, The Tale of Despereaux, Ratatouille, The Beaver, We Are Marshall, Over the Hedge, Bolt, Blackfish, Bee Movie, A Ring of Endless Light, Remember the Titans, Finding Nemo, Flipper, Flipper, Pokémon 4Ever, Pokemon Heroes, TMNT, The Land Before Time XII: The Great Day of the Flyers, The Mighty Ducks, Hitch, The Incredibles, The Cable Guy, Surf's Up, Rio 2, The Lion King, Rio, Cats Don't Dance, Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen, Kung Fu Panda, Big Daddy, A Bug's Life, Happy Feet, 21, Ice Age, Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs (Ice Age 3), The Great Gatsby, Eye of the Dolphin, The Hangover, Despicable Me, El Lince Perdido (Missing Lynx), Gravity, Animals United (Konferenz der Tiere), The Smurfs, Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked, Space Jam, D3: The Mighty Ducks, Dr. Seuss' Horton Hears a Who!, Armageddon, Titanic, The Brave Little Toaster, The Lion King 1 1/2, Robots, Pokemon - The Movie 2000, Pokemon - Jirachi Wish Maker, World Trade Center, The Dolphin, Valiant, The Land Before Time, The Land Before Time IV - Journey Through the Mists, The Land Before Time IX: Journey to Big Water, The Land Before Time VIII: The Big Freeze, Monsters vs. Aliens, The Social Network, Hop, Shark Tale, Madagascar, Shrek 2, D2: The Mighty Ducks, Toy Story, Saving Mr. Banks, Fun With Dick and Jane, Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel, Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby, Night at the Museum, Pokemon: Lucario and the Mystery of Mew, The Land Before Time VI - The Secret of Saurus Rock, The Land Before Time VII - The Stone of Cold Fire, You, Me and Dupree, Eddie, Toy Story 2, Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa, Alvin and the Chipmunks, Yes Man, Pokemon the First Movie - Mewtwo vs. Mew, Pokemon Ranger and the Temple of the Sea, Planes, Cars 2, Ice Age 2: The Meltdown, Pokemon: The Rise of Darkrai, Dinner for Schmucks, Mr. Deeds, Pokemon - Destiny Deoxys, Christmas with the Kranks, The Land Before Time III - The Time of Great Giving, Chicken Little, The Land Before Time X - The Great Longneck Migration, Pokemon 3: The Movie

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Saving Mr. Banks

Saving Mr. Banks

(2013)
7 days ago via Flixster

When I found out about this film's backstory, I didn't think there could be much harm in seeing it - a film about how one of the most iconic Disney movies ever came to be. But never in my wildest dreams did I imagine how hard the journey really was to get there - and that's what this film shows you. Through the eyes of P.L. Travers, the book's author, shows a story that tells the world that the book ISN'T just a book, and isn't just a story - but about her life, and trying to turn her stressful childhood upside down. Disney (played wonderfully by Tom Hanks) tries to put a completely different spin on the tale, but through all of it Travers won't budge. At first you might think that there's no getting through to this woman - and at first you're right - but when Disney puts the puzzle together and makes one final plea to Travers, that is where the magic truly happens. There are some emotional moments and references to drinking, but if you can look past that and truly let the characters and story move you, you will be glad that Mr. Banks was saved as well.

Rio 2

Rio 2

(2014)
7 days ago via Flixster

Lately when it comes to sequels, I've been pretty harsh on some films. But after the overwhelming success of the first Rio film and after seeing the previews for the second, I couldn't have been any more jacked. After seeing it today, I will say this: You will be pleased with the film - IF you can put two and two together and mesh all the plot points that the film throws at you. That - not as much the Amazon - is the true beauty of the film. Well, that, and the moral that family means everything.
Let me explain: This film throws so many new characters into the mix (such as Roberto, played wonderfully by Bruno Mars) and Gabi the 'poisonous' tree frog, and also Nigel's love interest (yes, the cockatoo is back as well). But you've got to comprehend all the plot points: the raising of Blu and Jewel's kids, the Amazon trip itself, Blu's steadfast trust in his human counterparts Linda and Tulio, finding out that they're NOT the only blue macaws, finding their family, Nigel's revenge, the frog's love for Nigel, and then there's the LOGGERS...trust me, it's a lot to take in. It's also not as musical as the first - it focuses more on all these intertwining plot points - but in the end, the good guys once again prevail, and just when you think there's a death (or two) there isn't - and I won't spoil that one. All in all, it left me breathless, laughing, smiling, and dancing all the way to the Rio/Amazonian beat once again. And THAT is what a sequel should truly do. Two WINGS WAY UP, Blue Sky Studios!!!

Planes

Planes

(2013)
4 months ago via Flixster

Usually when it comes to Disney films - especially those Disney films who are also made by the fine folks at Pixar - I'm usually all for it. Emphasis, though, is on the word "usually" especially when it comes to Pixar's recent works. It seems that they have either run out of ideas or are simply borrowing from Dreamworks' stories to try and make bucks themselves. Because they seemed to be borrowing a story strictly out of the released-a-few-months-before Turbo, I was very hesitant to see this film before finally caving in. Planes on its own is a great, heartwarming film but when you are forced to compare it to animated movies of the past, the problem is that there's too much comparison. There's the character you can't help but love in Dusty Crophopper, the villain that makes you grind your teeth in Ripslinger and his minions Ned and Zed, and a bunch of secondary characters that have subplots but nothing in terms of true, honest character development. The subplots are nice but again too predictable - Dusty overcoming obstacles, the romantic subplot, the "wait a minute that character isn't who we thought he was" subplot, etc. I'm honestly surprised they're even making a sequel to this. Let's hope that they've taken a completely different approach and doesn't try to rip another movie off, because if they do, it officially makes you wonder if Pixar has lost the battle AND the war when it comes to animated movies. Just like Finn McMissile was the only thing that I'll remember and love about Cars 2, Dusty Crophopper is the ONLY thing I'll remember and love about Planes.

Blackfish

Blackfish

(2013)
5 months ago via Flixster

I'm not giving this movie five stars because of its mostly dark, depressing storyline that focuses on trainer deaths/accidents by killer whales - I'm giving Blackfish five stars because, for me, the movie did what it was set out to do: completely change your perspective on SeaWorld and similar parks who keep orcas in captivity. The tagline for this film is "Never capture what you can't control" but a sub-tag for that should be "The film SeaWorld doesn't want you to see." They repeatedly declined to be interviewed because obviously, it paints a big black mark on their company. As it should, because they claim that all their whales, such as Tilikum, are 'not aggressive killing machines' and that all the deaths have been the trainer's/people's fault. Your mind will be blown and your perspective changed by this film. And if the final scene (I won't spoil it) doesn't get you crying, or at the very least emotional, something is wrong with you. I still love the gracefulness and excitement of orcas like Tilikum, and feel sorry for them. I don't feel sorry for an organization who doesn't have the cojones to admit their mistakes.

Gravity

Gravity

(2013)
5 months ago via Flixster

I've always been enthralled with the space program, and I've always been impressed by thrilling space movies such as Apollo 13 and Armageddon, just to name a few. So when a movie attempts to combine the two together - a shuttle mission with thrilling elements and heart-stopping moments that seemingly put you in the middle of the action and make it like you're right there with the astronauts - and you're seeing all these moments in pulse-pounding 3D - it's the only way to see this movie. Period, end of statement. In the early moments of the film, everything's just 'routine' for the astronauts aboard the shuttle Explorer, two of them played by Clooney and Bullock, with Clooney being the seasoned veteran and Bullock the nervous rookie. But when a satellite goes kerbloohey and impacts their vehicle, all heck breaks loose, literally and figuratively. You immediately wonder who (and what) is going to survive. What's going to be the next step, what's going to happen next - you can't predict it. Your heart is racing as tense moments pass. I was literally clinging to the edge of my seat when things got intense. That's the one word I said as I left the theater - "Intense". Gravity is all that and then some, and the ONLY way to see it is in 3D. It literally pulls you in and unlike the astronauts in the film, it doesn't let you go.

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