Movie Ratings and Reviews

Office Space
Office Space (1999)

Even though the office humor in this isn't quite realistic, the laughs never stop pouring in. Although it didn't do well in the box office, Office Space has become a cult classic that many people enjoy.

2016: Obama's America

Before I walked into the theater I was expecting a film that would completely bash Obama's background and views, but this wasn't the case. D'Souza spent the first hour of the film basically giving a background on President Obama, covering both his history and ideologies. Even when the point of the film started taking shape, D'Souza managed to keep things fairly non-partisan and balanced. There was no glorifying Bush or comparing Obama to other presidents, and as a matter of fact, the film maker decided to shed light on a couple of things that Bush did wrong too. All in all, the film was very enlightening and educational and I would recommend it to anyone, no matter their party...I'm Jon Williams and I approve this message.

Captain America: The First Avenger

Best movie I've seen all summer! Chris Evans did an incredible job pulling off this humble superhero. I would also like to commend the animators for their excellent job on making Chris Evans look tiny.

Mr. Popper's Penguins
½

Not Jim Carrey's best by any means, but I gotta say he works really well alongside penguins.

Cars 2
Cars 2 (2011)

What happens when James Bond collides with Pixar.....you get Cars 2 of course! Cool action sequences and I'm glad the franchise changed a bit to keep things fresh.

Transformers: Dark of the Moon
½

Having not seen the previous two films, I expected to be totally lost in the film, but surprisingly I found the movie easy to follow. I have never been much of a Megan Fox fan, so I was happy to see that there was a new leading lady, who did an excellent job despite her lack of previous acting experience.

X-Men: First Class

Very entertaining with cool powers and awesome special effects, but I was left vexed. The story contradicted the other X-Men films is several places. For instance, in the end of X-Men Origins: Wolverine, we see an old Professor X walking out to greet the escaping mutants, while in 'First Class' we are shown Charles becoming a paralytic at a very young age. But seeing as how the film was well done, I put aside this flaw and just enjoyed the movie. I especially loved Hugh Jackman's cameo.

Green Lantern
½

As most of you know, film critics don't know what they're talking about. This eliminates me, because I am not a real critic. The film was very entertaining and did a great job at bringing an odd hero to life. I guess critics just didn't care for it because the plot wasn't confusing enough.

Ryan Reynolds performed excellently as the jerk turned good super hero and his character was well set up in the film. The movie was creepy in places, but in the end it was worth my $8.75. I hope there's a sequel.

Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides
½

When looking back on the previous 'Pirates' films, what do you see? I see movies that were rushed in development. For Pete's sake, the second and third films were filmed back-to-back! Thankfully, Disney and crew waited 4 years to release this flick, which was a very smart move. Next, who can honestly tell me that they miss Orlando Bloom and Keira Knightley? I for one was getting tired of they same stale couple as seen in the three previous films. It was definitely a wise decision bringing in the lovely latina Penelope Cruz. And now that Davy Jones is finally vanquished, who else is left to be feared by mankind and ultimately Jack Sparrow? That man would be Edward Teech, more commonly known as...Blackbeard. This new villian added a great touch to the film because unlike the other baddies encountered in the past, he is mortal. Finally, a dark, creepy antagonist who can die in one movie and not come back to life!

Unlike the Disney classic 'The Little Mermaid', 'On Stanger Tides' depicts mermaids as they are supposed to be. That would be the ruthless, conniving, deceitful creatures that myths and legends have described them as for centuries. So if you enjoy a well made swashbuckling film filled with killer mermaids, amazing CGI effects, and a certain hilarious pirate, then I would recommend that you see it now!

Hoodwinked Too! Hood vs Evil
½

the movie had its moments, but it paled in comparison to its predesessor.

Terminator 3 - Rise of the Machines

While this film paled in comparison to T2, it still had its moments. Arnold did a good job coming back as the never aging cyborg, but what i want to know is if he can pull it off again in a couple of years.

Knight & Day
Knight & Day (2010)
½

A bit cheesy at times, but I couldn't stop laughing. Cruise's character was expertly portrayed with a coolness that could easily match James Bond. I think the leading actress could have been chosen better. Hollywood needs to realize that people don't find Cameron Diaz pretty anymore. She's too old.

The Dilemma
The Dilemma (2011)
½

Not as funny as it was hyped up to be. When you put two comedians together who are normally supporting actors, then you're going to be faced with this question. Who leads?

Just Go with It

It wasn't Sandler's best movie, but it was entertaining and fun.

Fast Five
Fast Five (2011)

When i saw the first 4 movies movies, i was somewhat indifferent to the series. after i saw the 5th installment today though, my interest skyrocketed! You can't go wrong with Vin Diesel, Dwayne Johnson, AND Paul Walker all in the same movie. It's just impossible. This film was a perfect blend of The Italian Job and Ocean's Eleven.

Escape from the Planet of the Apes

Seeing Roddy McDowall dressed as an ape in New York City is nothing less than hilarious.

Beneath The Planet Of The Apes

Very odd, even for one of the 'ape' films. Telepathic people who worship an atomic bomb...yeah. You can't get much weirder.

Planet of the Apes
½

From the mind of Rod Serling, came one of the best science fiction film franchises of all time. Award winning make-up and Charlton Heston helped make this film amazing.

Paul
Paul (2011)

When you reunite two of the best comedy teams of the 21st century, you know their product will be nothing less than brilliant. Paul was just that. Amazing special effects and hilarious one-liners made this film. I hope Pegg and Frost keep up the good work.

Jackass 3
Jackass 3 (2010)
½

I think I'm emotionally scarred for life.

Tron Legacy
Tron Legacy (2010)
½

Having not seen the prequel, I walked into the theater not expecting to know what was going on. To my surprise, the film was very accommodating, and I found myself entranced my this almost entirely CG film.

The Green Hornet
½

Besides being funny as heck, this film delivered amazing action sprinkled with a bit of drama/suspense. I would have never guessed that Seth Rogen could have successfully pulled off this role, but he did. The masterminds behind this film did what the makers of Daredevil, Catwoman, Electra, and many other hero films couldn't do. They made an unpopular hero into an acclaimed movie franchise that will hopefully give birth to a sequel. To the director, I tip my invisible hat.

Yogi Bear
Yogi Bear (2010)

As a young lad, I often watched Yogi Bear during the day. When I heard there was a movie based on the show, I had a faint feeling of hope that it might be good. I mean heck, with Dan Aykroyd behind the voice you would expect it to be good. I was sadly mistaken, however. Not only was I disappointed with the film, I would also have to say that it is ranked one of the worst movies I have ever seen. For Pete's sake, half the film is about an endangered turtle that is animated! Come on! How could it get any worse? Well it did when I found out that Justin Timberlake was Boo Boo.

The Tourist
The Tourist (2010)

I must say, it is very odd to hear Johnny Depp with an American accent. Once I got used to the change in dialect, I was pulled into this gripping tale. Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck did a very good job creating a James Bond like story, but was devious enough to put a plot twist at the end of the movie. All-in-all I thoroughly enjoyed this film and I plan to watch it again in the near future.

The Other Guys

This movie was downright hilarious! Will Ferell made a good comeback after Land of the Lost.

The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader

The latest addition the Narnia film series has been anticipated for quite sometime. Ever since I caught wind of 20th Century Fox's involvement, I thought that just maybe the film would follow its book more than its predecessors did. Sadly, I was mistaken. Dawn Treader was further away from the book than I could ever imagine. Not only were the major events in the story out of sequence, but they were combined! Michael Apted also decided to add new characters to the film, most of which had no real reason for existing. The film sped by quicker than Jeff Gordon, and if you blinked, you missed an entire scene.

Don't get me wrong though, I enjoyed the movie overall. The characters were very interesting, and Reepicheep was cute as always!
Will Poulter was a good addition to the cast, with his hilarious voice, and Simon Pegg was an excellent stand-in as Reepicheep. I was also quite content that Liam Neeson was able to return, but I end with one question.
Why in the world did Tilda Swinton return?

Due Date
Due Date (2010)
½

Thsi was the funniest movie I've seen in months. Robert Downey Jr.'s performance was extraordinary, considering that this is his first comedy in quite a while.

The Expendables

Great movie and awesome cast. There were a couple of cheesy moments, but the good definitely outweighed the bad.

The Bounty Hunter

I saw it. Wasn't that great. I laughed a few times and that's all.

The A-Team
The A-Team (2010)
½

Great movie! Good acting, outstanding graphics, and good character recreations.

Despicable Me

Cute kids film. Personally, the only reason why I saw this was because of Steve Carell.

Inception
Inception (2010)
½

This movie was really weird. At one point the main characters are in a dream, within a dream, within a dream, within a dream. Mindboggling!

Dinner for Schmucks

No matter what movie he's in, Steve Carell never ceases to make me laugh. Jeff Dunham's surprise visit was brilliant.

Octopussy
Octopussy (1983)

It was good. Typical Bond film.

The Sorcerer's Apprentice
½

This movie was pretty cool. Once again Nicolas Cage stars in a Turteltaub and Buckheimer film and does great. Good action, cool magic, and great cast.

Anchorman - The Legend Of Ron Burgundy
½

Funny movie. I was thrilled the most with Steve Carell.

Zombieland
Zombieland (2009)

Best action-comedy out there. Twinkies and Bill Murray added to the already outstanding humor this movie had to offer.

Toy Story 3
Toy Story 3 (2010)

Even better than the first two. Voice cast was truly extraordinary. Great storyline. Okay, everything was great!

Grown Ups
Grown Ups (2010)
½

Adam Sandler never disappoints me. The cast was hilarious and stuffed with grade 'A' comedians.

The Terminator

Awesome movie. I love sci-fi movies so this one appeals to me very much. Arnold's role didn't require much acting, so he did a great job.

Dodgeball - A True Underdog Story
½

Ben Stiller makes an awesome bad guy in Dodgeball. I laughed my head off at the different teams they played against.

Pink Panther 2

Just as good as the first, which is not to say much.

Paul Blart: Mall Cop

All of the funny moments were in the preview. The majority of the movie was boring. I was very disappointed.

Shrek 2
Shrek 2 (2004)

This sequel is one of few to be as good as the original. Puss in boots was an excellent addition and I loved how they brought Antonio Banderas in to play him.

The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift
½

Lame movie. Lame series. Who cares about stupid cars.

A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving
½

Cute show with a good message. Not my favorite cartoon though.

Death at a Funeral

I laughed my head off when I saw this movie! The all-star cast was amazing. Danny Glover and James Marsden were the funniest of the whole cast. I can't wait to see it in the dollor theater.

How to Train Your Dragon
½

Dreamworks did well on this film, but I'll always like Pixar better. The dragon at the end was cool, but the movie reminded of Clash of the Titans for some reason.

Clash of the Titans

'Titans' was a fairly good fantasy film. I thought the Kraken was better than in Pirates of the Caribbean, but Prince of Persia had this beat by a mile.

Shrek Forever After
½

I did not like 4 as good as the first, but is sure beat Shrek the Third. I liked the change in scenery and the addition of other ogres.

Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time
½

Jake Gyllenhaal was an excellent choise for the lead role. The characters were interesting and the plot was fairly good. The effects were outstanding.

Killers
Killers (2010)
½

Killers was a good movie, but it had one major flaw. What genre this is supposed to be?? I can't tell if it is action, romance, or comedy. I liked the film overall, but I wouldn't go out and buy it.

The Book of Eli

Denzel Washington's performance in this epic movie proved to be nothing less than groundbreaking. Not to many mainstream movies nowadays have Christianity in them, whcih is why I liked the film. I was dumbfounded when it turned out he was blind.

Iron Man 2
Iron Man 2 (2010)

Iron Man 2 is everything I hoped it would be. There were new villians, new technology, and a new leading actress. I hope Iron Man 3 comes out soon, but without Sam Rockwell, whose performance belonged in a cheap Disney channel show.

Kick-Ass
Kick-Ass (2010)

This is the best combination of action and comedy that I have ever seen. I was somewhat suprised that Nicolas Cage was in it, but I was glad. He showed me that he indeed has a funny side.

Moonraker
Moonraker (1979)
½

This was a very good Moore film. It brought our world to Star Wars. That was cool. It also brought back my favorite Bond villian, Jaws. This film was yet again a film that I liked that most people don't.

From Russia With Love

Eveyone told me this was the best Bond film, but I didn't really care for it. The ending was anticlimactic and the storyline was odd.

On Her Majesty's Secret Service

Most of the people who I know that have seen this don't like it, but I feel it shows Bond in a totally new perspective. 007 Actually marries someone in this movie, despite the marraiges abrubt ending.

The Man with the Golden Gun

I absolutely loved this movie with a golden gun, midget, and great action.

The Men Who Stare at Goats
½

I was expecting to die laughing after seeing the preview to this film, but when I saw the whole movie, I was disappointed. The only humorous segments were in the trailer, and half of the movie was lackluster comedy that failed to make even 1 out of 200 people in the theater laugh. Now, even though I just totally bashed the movie, I must admit I think goats are hilarious. So I did laugh some, and I also like the scene where a man was beeing forced to listen to 'I Love You', the infamous Barney song.

Clear and Present Danger
½

While this isn't Ford's best film, CPD does capture the audiences attention with drama and excitement.

The Spy Next Door
½

The only redeeming factor about this movie was Jackie Chan. I've seen many of his American films, and I have to say that this is one of his cheesiest films yet.

It's Complicated
½

This was a pretty funny movie, especially with the computer scene.

Avatar
Avatar (2009)

Great movie! Very creative and enthralling.

Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel

I was expecting this film to be mediocre before I saw it, and afterwards my opinion hadn't changed. The movie was silly, cheesy, and so unrealistic. The first movie though just as silly, was somewhat tolerable. I would not recommend this to anyone over 10 and if you're why I even bothered to see this.....I didn't pay for it.

Astro Boy (AstroBoy)
½

Although I never read the comic book to this film, I thoroughly enjoyed it. There was a lot of action, good morals, and top of the line actors behind the voices.

March of the Penguins
½

Good movie, but I wouldn't watch it again.

G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra

This is a message to all you critics out there. I LOVED THIS MOVIE!!!!! Why do ya'll pick movies apart that people enjoy???

Star Trek
Star Trek (2009)

I know it isn't fair to compare this with the original tv series, but I think the special effects and story were so much better than that of its predecessors. Just the fact that they brought back Leonard Nimoy was sheer brilliance.

Terminator Salvation

I've been waiting for a good movie to come to the dollar theater, and this one definitely exceeded my expectations. I liked Christian Bale much better in this than his role as Batman. I also enjoyed the fact that one of the main characters was a cyborg.

Year One
Year One (2009)
½

I laughed my head off when I saw this movie.

Land of the Lost
½

At first, I was totally disinterested in seeing this movie when I saw reviews. But then I remembered that the critics have no sense of humor. I laughed my head off when I saw this film and I can't see why no one else likes it.

Die Another Day
½

This is one of the first Bond films I've seen, and with all the chases and gadgets, it's no wonder why the world fell in love with 007. Tell me people. Why do you feel you have to state the storyline in detail for your comments?

Casino Royale
½

One of my least favorite Bond films yet, because of its slow moving story and thug-like leading actor.

The World Is Not Enough
½

Another fantastic performance by none other than my man Pierce.

Tomorrow Never Dies
½

This one of my favorite 007 films yet. I think Pierce Brosnan is the best Bond ever.

Flipper
Flipper (1963)
½

A lovable movie that I thoroughly enjoyed as a child.

Santa Claus Is Comin' to Town
½

I love the voices that were chosen for this film.

Calamity Jane
½

I love this movie even though my school's show choir butchered it.

Miracle on 34th Street
½

Good classic film, despite the theme of Santa Clause.

The Music Man
½

One of my favorite musicals ever, with a guy who doesn't even sing.

Shrek the Halls
½

Humorous but why did they make it?

Jason and the Argonauts
½

Good movie despite the cheesy animation.

A Kid in King Arthur's Court

This movie was funny and entertaining, but it was a remake of 'A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court', which I found to be better.

Herbie Goes Bananas
½

This Herbie movie just didn't have the Disney magic like the others, which leads to my opinion of this being my least favorite.

Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom

Out of the series, I like this Indy film the least. It's way too dark, and people get their hearts ripped out.

The Master of Disguise
½

It seems as though every good comedy is trashed by critics. I loved this movie.

Meet Dave
Meet Dave (2008)

Not one of Eddie's best...by far...but it was somewhat humorous.

The Water Horse: Legend of the Deep
½

Cute movie about one of my favorite monsters.

The Adventures of Milo and Otis
½

Great story despite the lack of humans.

Frosty the Snowman
½

Good classic, Christmas tale.

Frankenstein
Frankenstein (1931)

I consider this a comedy because of the cheesy action.

Around the World in 80 Days
½

Cute movie that was funny in parts, but the original was much better.

Kung Pow! Enter the Fist

From the same genius who brought to you Ace Ventura and Thumb Wars, comes the greatest comedy in history, Kung Pow! I laughed so hard when I watched this, that I cried.

National Treasure: Book of Secrets

Jerry Buckheimer's second installment to the National Treasure series is I believe to be the best so far.

Race to Witch Mountain
½

Good movie about aliens. I liked the cast.

Balto
Balto (1995)

This movie didn't do well at keeping the story of Balto true, but it was funny and adventurous.

The Ten Commandments

Yet another great Heston Film, but this time with the help of the great Yul Brynner. This movie brought the Bible to life in so many ways.

An Affair to Remember

Good movie despite the ungodly story.

Battle For The Planet Of The Apes

This was one of the Ape films where they just needed to stop, but it was interesting.

The Birds
The Birds (1963)
½

Creepy movie with a good plot and all-star cast.

Ben-Hur
Ben-Hur (1959)

This is one of the best movies ever. With Charlton Heston in this, you know it will be good.

Black Sheep
Black Sheep (1996)
½

Good film about Republicans winning.

Meet the Robinsons
½

Mediocre modern Disney film.

The Great Escape
½

Great movie with lots of action and light humor dispersed throughout.

Chitty Chitty Bang Bang
½

Not one of Van Dyke's best movies, but it was good.

Bean
Bean (1997)

I liked this one more than 'Holiday', mainly because he is younger and not so boring.

Evan Almighty
½

Good comedy, but the first was much funnier.

Garfield - The Movie

I don't know why movies like this always have a cheesy actor.

Pee-wee's Big Adventure
½

Funny, but Mr. Bean is better.

Robin Hood
Robin Hood (1973)

Phil Harris always makes me laugh with Little John.

Superman
Superman (1978)
½

Mediocre film. I expected more.

Tropic Thunder
½

This movie was really funny but weird.

Lilo & Stitch

Why does Disney feel it has to milk every living thing from a good series?

Bridge to Terabithia
½

When I saw this I came up with a better name. Bridge to Terrible-ithia.

The Iron Giant

Good cast for a great movie with a giant robot.

Daredevil
Daredevil (2003)
½

Okay all of you critics! Now that I'm saying I like this movie, strike me down! This is one of Marvel's most underrated films.

Quantum of Solace

Craig's second chance at 007 was much better than his first in that it wasn't boring.

Superman Returns
½

Although I am not a huge fan of DC, I enjoyed this movie somewhat. The entire movie was about Superman getting kicked around.

Singin' in the Rain

One of my all-time favorite musicals. Gene, Donald, and the 19 year old Debbie really did excellent in this timeless classic.

Surf's Up
Surf's Up (2007)
½

This cartoon stands at about mediocre.

Johnny English

Very funny, but I still think Rowan is so much funnier as Mr. Bean.

Dr. Seuss' Horton Hears a Who!

With two big name comedians in this cartoon, I expected it to be funny. Alas I was wrong. Too weird for me.

The Sword in the Stone
½

Much like my previous Disney reviews, I think this is a Disney classic.

Jingle All the Way
½

Although it was a bit cheesy, I thoroughly enjoyed Arnold in this family movie.

Nacho Libre
Nacho Libre (2006)
½

Horrible example of comedy. Come on Jack, you can do better!

Spaceballs
Spaceballs (1987)

I love Star Wars spoofs, but this isn't my favorite.

Cats & Dogs
Cats & Dogs (2001)
½

I think this movie was somewhat humorous, but I'm not going to watch it often.

Nutty Professor II - The Klumps
½

I saw this last night and laughed my head off, but Eddie really scares me with the crossdressing.

Eragon
Eragon (2006)
½

Lame story that came from a 14 year old's book.

The Pacifier
The Pacifier (2005)
½

Vin Diesel made this movie humorous and the kids made it cute.

Mr. Bean's Holiday
½

Mr. Bean always makes me laugh, but that was the tv show which didn't have a plot but made it funny.

Airplane!
Airplane! (1980)
½

This movie was really funny, but they had to ruin it with nudity.

Psycho
Psycho (1960)

Great thriller by Hitchcock.

The Forbidden Kingdom
½

I didn't really care for this martial arts flick, despite the all-star cast.

Gone With the Wind

This came out the same year as Wizard of Oz. I like 'Wizard' better.

Jet Li's Fearless (Huo Yuan Jia) (Legend of a Fighter)
½

I saw this movie in my Chinese class and I thought it was pretty good for a foriegn film.

Monster House
½

Weird but hey, it's by Speilburg.

Get Smart
Get Smart (2008)

Despite harsh reviews by unintelligent critics, I found Get Smart to be a delightful action/comedy.

Flushed Away
Flushed Away (2006)
½

Hugh Jackman should stick as Wolverine.

Charlotte's Web

The all-star cast of Charlotte's Webb made it an instant classic. Paul Lynn's character, Templeton, made my brother and I laugh nonstop.

Apocalypto
Apocalypto (2006)

Mel Gibson's gory tale of a Mayan Worrior was good, but like I said...gory.

The Scorpion King
½

The Rock delivered well in this action, but it didn't quite reach the potential of that of the Mummy.

It's a Wonderful Life
½

This is one of the only classics besides Wizard of Oz that everybody has seen.

Angels in the Outfield
½

This remake was much better than the original!

A Christmas Story

Nothing better than shooting your eye out and eating Christmas dinner at a Chinese restaraunt.

Babe
Babe (1995)

When I was little, I would watch Babe nonstop. Now that I am older, I still watch it occasionally.

Wild Hogs
Wild Hogs (2007)
½

This comedy, featuring four great actors, kept me laughing the whole way through.

Gremlins
Gremlins (1984)

Although it is rather cheesy, this movie has its molments.

A Charlie Brown Christmas

Every Christmas I watch this with my dad and every year it gets better.

Batman: The Movie

I think I liked this Batman better than all the otheres.

Journey to the Center of the Earth
½

I only went to this becuase of Brendan Fraser, but I enjoyed it.

The Game Plan

The Rock was a great actor to be in this delightful comedy.

Miss Potter
Miss Potter (2007)

Good movie, but it was rather boring.

Peter Pan
Peter Pan (1953)
½

Good Disney! The indians and aligator were funny.

Rear Window
Rear Window (1954)
½

Alfred Hitchcock made yet another great film.

RV
RV (2006)

I'm tired of road trip movies.

The Lion King 2 - Simba's Pride
½

It was okay, but the first was better.

Zathura
Zathura (2005)
½

Jumanji was better, but this was okay.

Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events

Jim Carrey was the life of the movie. If it weren't for him, I wouldn't have seen this.

The Lion King 1 1/2
½

This was better than the original.

Are We There Yet?
½

What is it with black road trips?

To Kill A Mockingbird

Good drama, but once is enough.

Taken
Taken (2009)
½

Great action film! Liam Neeson must have needed crutches after filming.

Dumbo
Dumbo (1941)

This is a cute Disney film.

Enchanted
Enchanted (2007)

Normally I don't watch newer Disney films, but I liked this one.

Norbit
Norbit (2007)
½

Eddie Murphy did great in this black comedy despite horrible ratings.

Bee Movie
Bee Movie (2007)
½

Why did all of these stars waste their time with this.

Dragonheart
Dragonheart (1996)
½

I thought this was a very good film, and the voice of none other than Sean Connery made it special.

Inspector Gadget
½

Broderick should have retired after 'Ferris Bueller'.

The Emperor's New Groove
½

David Spade was the best actor to cast as Kuzco!!

The Parent Trap

One of Hayley's best in which they did a splendid job editing.

Robots
Robots (2005)

For having such big stars in it, this movie fizzled out very fast.

Cheaper by the Dozen 2
½

This makes you wonder why they made a sequel.

The Pursuit of Happyness
½

One thing about Will Smith is that he can play anything. Whether it be comedy, drama, or action.

Ghost Rider
Ghost Rider (2007)

This is Marvel's worst movie, but they're making a sequel. Does this make cents?

Knowing
Knowing (2009)
½

Although I'm not into bizarre films, I thought this was farely good. It had some Christian references in it that made it nice.

The Sandlot
The Sandlot (1993)
½

This movie was funny in places, but I wouldn't buy it.

Tarzan
Tarzan (1999)

Why did Disney have to ruin a classic film series? For Pete's sake, he speaks perfect English in this movie!

Bicentennial Man
½

This film was weird and awkward. Since when have robots become human and had romantic relationships?

Fun With Dick and Jane

Jim Carrey did well in this film, but it didn't make me laugh as much as his other movies.

The Princess Diaries

This is when Disney started going downhill.

Alice in Wonderland
½

I enjoyed this when I was younger, but now that I'm 17 I don't think I want to see it again.

Snow Dogs
Snow Dogs (2002)
½

Cuba without Castro!

The Cable Guy
½

Good despite its bad reviews.

Mrs. Doubtfire

Funny despite the cross-dressing.

The Mummy Returns

This movie was just as good as the first.

Mary Poppins
Mary Poppins (1964)

I still like to watch this despite the childishness of it.

Bambi
Bambi (1942)

Nothing better than showing little kids the joy of killing a fawn's mother.

Elf
Elf (2003)
½

Will Ferrell's only funny movie.

Monsters, Inc.

I just saw this recently, and I was amazed at how Pixar could concoct such a brilliant story

Back to the Future Part II
½

This was my least favorite in the trilogy.

Ice Age
Ice Age (2002)
½

Better than the second.

Forrest Gump
Forrest Gump (2014)

I never knew a retarded man could go that far.

The Wizard of Oz

Who in their right mind hasn't seen this?

A Bug's Life
A Bug's Life (1998)
½

Bug's Life was good, but Toy Story beat it.

The Lost World - Jurassic Park

Good movie with Goldblum's dry humor.

X2: X-Men United
½

It was good, but why is a creepy guy pretending to be a little girl to fool Prof. X?

Cast Away
Cast Away (2000)
½

Even though it lacks much dialogue, I still liked Cast Away.

Sister Act
Sister Act (1992)
½

That's right! Liven up them nuns!

Shrek
Shrek (2001)
½

Best of the series!

Rush Hour
Rush Hour (1998)

Great comedy with two ethnics!

Ratatouille
Ratatouille (2007)

Pixar did well on this, but it was rather broing.

Ace Ventura - When Nature Calls
½

This is by far Jim Carrey's funniest movie!

Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade

Sean Connery and Harrison Ford were great as father and son, but there is only a 16 year difference.

Back to the Future Part III

I love time travel and I love westerns. What more could I want?

Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory
½

This movie captivated me as a child with its amazing special effects and story.

X-Men: The Last Stand
½

This X-Men was weird, because Jean Grey was all possessed.

Liar Liar
Liar Liar (1997)

Funny movie, but too much inuendo.

National Treasure

I thought this film was one of Cage's best, even though he sported a cheap toupee.

Jaws
Jaws (1975)
½

What's the big hype?

The Jungle Book
½

My brother and I memorized almost the entire movie when we were kids.

Shrek the Third
½

Dreamworks could have done better.

Toy Story 2
Toy Story 2 (1999)

Only Pixar can pull off a good animated sequel.

Fantastic Four
½

Marvel could have done better.

Ice Age 2: The Meltdown
½

The first was better, but I love to see Scrat.

George of the Jungle

It's good for Brendan Fraser that he finally found a good franchise, The Mummy.

Jumanji
Jumanji (1995)

I never knew Robin Williams could pull off a comedy/adventure, but he did.

Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest
½

This is where 'Pirates' started going downhill.

Mulan
Mulan (1998)

This is one of Disney's creepiest movies with cross-dressing girls.

Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace
½

After brainstorming for 16 years, I thought George Lucas would have come up with something better. P.S. This is the only Star Wars movie I don't want to buy.

The Mask
The Mask (1994)
½

This movie was really funny, but it isn't one Jim Carrey's best.

Raiders of the Lost Ark

I believe that the reason why I fell in love with this film is because of its religeous artifact.

101 Dalmatians
½

I saw this for the first time last night, but it wasn't my favorite Disney classic. There was too much barking.

Blades of Glory

Pitiful comedy that is only $3 at most stores.

Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope

Great movie, which opened us up to a new galaxy.

Honey, I Shrunk the Kids
½

I believe the correct title is "Honey, I stunk the kids".

Cars
Cars (2006)
½

I liked it, but some parts were annoying.

Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back

This is my favorite Star Wars film of all time! With Tauntauns, asteroids, and Cloud City, I was hooked.

The Truman Show

I was somewhat disappointed that Jim Carrey wasn't as comical in this movie, but the storyline was brilliant!

Dumb and Dumber
½

One of the funniest Jim Carrey movies ever!

The Sound of Music
½

Every song in this musical captivated my soul.

The Lion King
½

Great movie! Even though I don't agree with the "circle of life".

Disturbia
Disturbia (2007)
½

This movie does well at training stalkers and peeping toms.

Cinderella
Cinderella (1950)

This Disney classic is a cute film, but once is enough.

Toy Story
Toy Story (1995)
½

This is Pixar's best film by far! The fact that anyone could come up with the story and characters is amazing.

The Dark Knight
½

Even though I enjoyed this film, I don't see why there was such a big craze over it. There were many other films that I liked better.

The Trouble with Angels
½

I always liked Hayley Mills' films, but those were Disney, this wasn't. It just didn't have that magic that her other movies had.

The Incredibles
½

Ah, the classicness of Pixar strikes again!

Bolt
Bolt (2008)
½

I'm not too fond of Miley Cyrus, but the movie was good.

Rush Hour 2
Rush Hour 2 (2001)
½

Classic comedy with two hilarious ethnics.

Kung Fu Panda

I thought this was one of Dreamwork's best, besides Madagascar.

WALL-E
WALL-E (2008)
½

Pixar is great, but this movie was too much like a silent film. Other than that is was good.

I Am Legend
I Am Legend (2007)
½

Even though I am opposed to seeing horror movies, this film didn't scare me for some reason. Overall it was good in how they show the main character being a hero and saving all of mankind.

Hancock
Hancock (2008)
½

There was way too much cursing.

Men in Black II

I thought this film was a total waste of my time. With the female alien licking inside someone's ear and the way she was dressed, it made this movie sick and perverted.

Over the Hedge

Though this is not one of Dreamwork's best films, it is still quite good. I like how the animals take appliances and set them up outside.

The Fugitive
The Fugitive (1993)
½

I watched this riveting movie with my family, and we were amazed at how great this film was. I wouldn't watch it again for a while though.

X-Men
X-Men (2000)
½

This movie was great, but i liked the sequels better.

Spider-Man 3
Spider-Man 3 (2007)
½

The return of Spidey in the third installment of the series was one to remember. Unlike its predecessors, Spider-man takes on more than one enemy in this film, which impressed me.

Monsters vs. Aliens

Despite other users, I found this cartoon to be as good as any other Dreamworks animation. There was comedy, action, and drama, (which I've noticed is only in newer cartoons) which made it a highly enjoyable film.

Night at the Museum 2: Battle of the Smithsonian

Even though this film wasn't nearly as good as the fist, I still found it somewhat entertaining.

Up
Up (2009)

Compared to Pixar's other recent films, this one is the best. Dug and Russel made the film very humerous, and I hope to go see this movie many more times.

X-Men Origins - Wolverine
½

Since I am a huge fan of the X-Men movies, I was thoroughly entertained by this film. The movie is cool because it shows Wolverine before and after he gets his surgery.

17 Again
17 Again (2009)

When I first walked into the movie theater, I expected it to be like 'Highschool Musical", but I was wrong. The film was quite humerous, promoted things such as teen abstenance, and it somehow overcame the corniness of Zac Efron's previous films. Overall this was a pretty good movie that I would recommend to others.

Marley & Me
Marley & Me (2008)

I almost cried at the end when Marley was put down. I loved this because I can relate with it with times when pets that I was close to died.

The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers

One of the few sequels that is better than the original!

Valkyrie
Valkyrie (2008)

This suspenseful film was great and kept me on the edge of my seat. The whole time I was wondering, DID HITLER DIE?

Bedtime Stories

This film was entertaining in throughout, but I would have rathered Jim Carrey than Adam Sandler.

Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa

This movie was hilarious. I loved the penguins and the old lady.

The Mummy
The Mummy (1999)

The Mummy was a great remake of the original with Boris Karloff, and the new one rocks!

The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor
½

The newest Mummy installment was not quite as good as the first tow films. "Dragon Emperor" didn't show enough of Jet Li, and the fact that the movie is about Chuck O'conners being old is stupid....he's barely 40. Otherwise, the film was good, with yetis and shangri la.

The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian
½

Great movie....but they messed up the storyline.

Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull

I thought this movie was great, although it would have been great for it to be about Biblical artifacts.

The Shakiest Gun In The West

Westerns gone comedy....good going Don.

The Ghost And Mr. Chicken

A hilarious movie that don Knotts schooled.

10,000 B.C.
10,000 B.C. (2008)
½

The film was an average action/adventure film, but I expect a little more from the film makers of today. There was too much character developement and too little action.