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Excellent movie. This horror classic is effectively creepy, genuinely scary in moments, and has mostly really good performances from the cast, as well as some very scary visual effects, especially for the time period.
Great movie. Buffalo Soldiers is a smart, funny, and interesting look at the affairs of some soldiers during the Cold War. The performances from Phoenix and Glen are spot-on, Phoenix adding an unique smart-ass to his repertoire of characters.
Great movie. Gremlins 2 is a different kind of movie from the first in that it's a satire of sequels with the more cartoonish style of gags and characters, a more materialistic atmosphere to it, and a less horror comedy feel. But it's still funny, stylish, pretty clever, and has great visual effects.
Great movie. Cuban Fury doesn't add anything new to the "competition between two guys over a girl" genre, the salsa being an interesting twist, but it is very funny, pretty stylish, the dance numbers are good-looking, and the performances from Frost and O'Dowd are great.
Great movie. It's plot seems unoriginal at first, but slowly takes the shape of an original and suspenseful plot. It's thrilling, it's intriguing, the ending surprises, with great performances from the cast, especially Costner and Patton.
Season 11 of Fox's classic Family Guy find the show at its lowest point, descending into a more dramatic show than a funny one. It appears that in this season of Family Guy, MacFarlane decided to try and take a safer and more serious approach with its characters, resulting in less laughs.
Very good show. Better than most cop shows by having the interesting memory ability, though still is a little repetitive, it has good performances from Montgomery and Walsh. There's room for improvement, which hopefully they see and work towards.
FX's Anger Management is a weaker version of Two and a Half Men, even if the two shows don't share too many similarities, the creators try to capture the same humor by making Charlie a man-slut and somewhat of a drunk, but it still has enough laughs and clever jokes to entertain.