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Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes

Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes

(2014)
9 days ago via Flixster

It's a fine "episode" in this franchise. My main complaint may be that, when all is said and done, not much has happened. I wish this film had pushed the story forward a bit more. What we get is a shakespearean struggle amongst the apes and, well, a bunch of silly humans tripping over themselves and their faults. Honestly, the film would have been better served ditching the humans altogether or at least making them nameless peripheral characters instead of trying to shoehorn in some post-apocalyptic dynamic that was half-baked at best. I had a hard time getting over the illogical set-up, but once the movie gets going, the apes steal the show and there is some decent drama. Parents in particular will find the themes relevant and moving. It's amazing to think how far CG has come that any complaints about the apes' movement/emoting would be nit-picking to say the least. Well worth seeing for anyone who enjoys the genre and highlights all that was wrong with the Tim Burton version.

Goon

Goon

(2012)
10 days ago via Flixster

For a movie with a ton of uber-crass swearing and bloody violence, it also has a surprising amount of heart and humour. I had heard good things and it did not disappoint. Scott is charming enough in the lead role and Schreiber is effective as an aging enforcer. Jay Baruchel seems to be in his own movie but serves his purpose. It will certainly help if you know a thing or two about hockey or are at least Canadian. Of course, then you'll notice the "alternate" vs "assistant" snafu. Well worth watching if you are into sports movies.

Hot Rod

Hot Rod

(2007)
13 days ago via Flixster

Samberg does what Samberg does. If that's your thing, you may find this surprisingly enjoyable on a lazy afternoon. As far as lowbrow comedies go, you could do worse. Is that an endorsement..? There is SOME heart to it, and I suppose it helps to have Isla Fisher thrown in. Oh, and it's relatively short. That definitely helped. Definitely. For fans of these actors only.

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