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Movie Ratings and Reviews

Fright Night
Fright Night(1985)

A classic from the vampire film industry. Big fan of the 80's style gore and makeup.

Fright Night
Fright Night(2011)

Decent remake. Liked the style of the old film, but this one brought some interesting modernization to the film.

Paranormal Activity 3

I'll admit I got scared during the first two, but this one just didn't do for me. Used the same stunts as the previous films then the ending twisted into some overused Hollywood plot. My only hope is that future films may pick the franchise back up with some interesting storylines.

The Hangover Part II

If you liked 'The Hangover' you'll like this one. Mostly because it's the same exact concept again.

21 Jump Street

Probably one of the funniest movies I've seen in a long time. Surprisingly humerous performance from Channing Tatum.

Tucker and Dale vs. Evil

An interesting comedic twist on the classic hillbilly horror movie. Had a few laughs, lovable main characters, and some good gore. Main downside was how predictable it was but I'd still say the movie is underated. If you liked Shaun of the Dead (or similar rom-com-horror films) I'd suggest checking this one out.

Twelve and Holding

12 And Holding is a heart wrenching tale about a group of children who are forced into adulthood due to unfortunate circumstances. I watched a good half hour or so of this movie and I was very, very impressed by it. I would really like to see the rest of it.


Interesting concept with an average plotline. I was expecting a little more out of this movie, they could have done so much with it. On the otherhand I still found it entertaining to watch. The blood shortage among a world of vampires was a major reflection of how modern society is using up all of its resources and will eventually lead to the breakdown of civilization. I will give kudos to the costumes and cgi effects, those really freaked me out. But the whole idea of how the vampires turned back to humans was extremely farfetched. This is a good movie for horror/vampire fans looking for a twist.

The Wolfman
The Wolfman(2010)

This movie sucked. Brought complete shame to the classic Wolfman movie. From the rushed beginning to the drawn out end I was just waiting for it to be over. Although it had some impressive actors and equally impressive gore the overall storyline was dull and predictable. I felt no emotional connection to the characters at all and it seemed like they felt the same way about each other. I did enjoy the fact that the new wolfman looked like the one from the original movie rather than a computerized giant hairless rat like most werewolf movies portray nowadays.

The Time Traveler's Wife

So the movie wasn't quite all I was hoping for. Perhaps if the main character was replaced by someone whose acting skills weren't so awkward and if the lover's on screen chemistry didn't seemed so forced this movie would have become a chick flick classic. Those vital parts of the movie screwed up the whole thing in my opinion. That said it did have its entertaining aspects. It was realistic on how it reflected time travel and how it could interfere with daily living if it couldn't be controlled. I could personally care less about the loop holes, unless someone actually has experience time travelling then they shouldn't really critique the matter. And although I didn't feel much connection with the movie overall I still had some tears flowing at the end (ok so I was bawling, I'm a wuss, whatever). If you're bored and feel like a mediocre chick flick then you might want to check this one out.


A movie so bad I wished the world would end during it just so I wouldn't have to suffer through its hollywood nonsense.


Awesome. Enough said.

The Ugly Truth

Pretty much another predictable romance. Abby is an uptight tv producer dead set on finding the perfect man and Mike is a obscene, man-whorish, jokester who is placed on her show after a serious of events. Yeah you already know where that's going from the start. They clash, they bond, they fall in love. Blah blah blah. The onscreen charisma between Gerard Butler and Katherine Heigl seemed a little awkward. The one thing I enjoyed about the film was the crude humor, most of that was pretty funny.


Much better than I was expecting. I have to say the romcomzom (romantic comedy with zombies) is at the top of my favorite genres, and this film didn't disappoint. Zombieland gives a humorous view on the end of mankind told from the point of a paranoid young adult. It was a movie that really had the capability to trigger a viewer's emotions. I'd be laughing at one moment then covering my eyes the next then trying to hold back tears 5 minutes later. The gore along with the special effects were excellent. My only complaint was the ending, what the two girls did was pretty stupid. But I guess that scene was necessary for the finale. I probably wouldn't see this in theaters again but I'll definitely be looking foward to renting it when it comes out on video.

The Haunting of Molly Hartley

Predictable, lacks suspense and shocking moments, and an overall poor film.

The Twilight Saga: New Moon

I went into this movie knowing what to expect, and yet somehow still managed to laugh my way through a good portion of it. The sparkling vampires and hilarious moments of Robert Pattinson running at the camera in slow motion with his drawn-on abs were just too much. The action scenes were short and seperated by long bouts of the lead female's mental breakdowns. Essentially it's just a preteen flick, with all the nonsense about the 'perfect guy' and the relationship drama and the vampire/werewolf metaphors for the complicated process of growing up I can see how they connect to it. There were even a few moments where I got into it myself. However, it just took a line of cheesy dialogue or mediocre acting to knock me back to my senses. I suppose it doesn't take much talent when overblown hype is already supporting the film. I've honestly never read any books of the so called 'saga' but I gotta give it to Stephanie Meyer, the key details she used to attract readers to her books and the resulting movies was pretty much genius. She created the perfect heroic guys that every young girl dreams of; protecting (I think the term stalker fits him more), completely loyal, and of course, madly in love with the imperfect female character. I probably wouldn't sit through this movie again unless I was forced into it, but if you enjoyed the first movie you'll probably like this one too.

Paranormal Activity

For a modern horror movie, this was excellent. The first half was a little slow and had a little too much focus on character build up but by the end of the film I was definitely covering my eyes. It's also one of those movies you see that leaves you shook up for a long time after. Leaving the theater and especially going to bed I felt pretty paranoid and uh... *cough* couldn'tfallasleeptil4:30am *cough*.

The Boondock Saints

I'm not really sure how to feel about this movie. It was entertaining, I'll definitely give it that. I really liked the concept of the vigilante brothers fighting for justice in a crime-ridden country. It kept a good balance between character development and action. The acting was also very good. My one complaint is that some of the transitions were kind of awkward.

Public Enemies

I'm not going to say this was a bad movie, it just isn't the genre I personally enjoy. I found myself often drifting off during the endless gunfight scenes and police schemes. The background music was kind of awkward or lacking in many parts of the movie (yeah, I notice stuff like that). I also have a feeling if it weren't for Johnny Depp's talent there would have been virtually no character connection with the audience since it jumped right into the movie without much explanation. It would have been nice if they had drawn out Dillinger's biography over a period of many years rather than a short time leading up to his death.

Into the Wild

I don't even know where to begin on this movie. Moving? Inspiring? Touching? I could write a page of words that describe how incredible this movie was. It's a fairly-true story about the life of Christopher McCandless, a college grad student who donates all of his money to charity and leaves with only a few articles in order to live in the wilderness and find the meaning to his life. The dialogue is brilliantly written, taking both actual quotes from McCandless's journal and throwing in some inspirational ones throughout the whole movie. The scenes of nature's beauty are jaw-dropping and turns the initial insanity of Christopher's plans into a heavenly dream for anyone to pursue. The ending, though tragic, almost seems more like a release than the terrible fate it really was. "If I were running into your arms, would you see then, what I see now?" It may be cheesy, but I can assure anyone who watches this movie will have their minds opened to the possibilties of the world.

Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen

I went to the midnight premiere of this movie and I have to say it was about what I expected. It was a decent movie but most of its hype was held up through the success of the first movie. The chemistry of characters and plotline was lost somewhere among the 2 hours of explosions and robot battles. I also wasn't really sure what age group this movie was aimed at. It seemed to contain mildly obscene jokes and language for the older crowd but also at times had almost cartoonish humor. I also got lost in complicated plotline several times. An ancient key protected by the bodies of robots? Ancient, scottish-accented primes? A robot prophecy? On the plus side, there was plenty of humor and drama in the movie to get the viewers emotions stirring. The special effects and CGI were first-rate too. Overall, it was definitely an action-packed Michael Bay movie. Can't describe it much more than that.


Creepy. Seriously creepy. The music, the film angles, everything. The beginning was a little slow due to character development but once Sybil started going nuts it really messed with my mind. I almost had to look away when I saw what kind of toture she had to endure as a child. Supreme acting from Sally Field.

Prom Night
Prom Night(2008)

About what I expected: Teen flick that focused on sex, drinking, and the degeneration of modern teens. Bleh. Suspenseful in a few parts but more often I found it hard to keep interest. Predictable plot, predictable foolish characters, and just lacked substance in general.

Be Kind Rewind

Not nearly as funny as it could have been. There were moments where I actually laughed out loud and then there were other moments where I thought the movie was way too serious to be a comedy. Some of the movies they spoofed weren't well known enough for me to find them funny. However, the ghostbusters rendention was hilarious.


Decent horror movie. Haven't read the book but I doubt it's anywhere near the level of awesome of the actual Stephen King book. The first half was much better than the second in my opinion. The second half got a little ridiculous when it came to supernatural happenings.


Meh, musicals animation, fairy tales. I've already expressed how I feel about these in my other reviews, enough said.

The Curious Case of Benjamin Button

I really loved this movie. I know it was a little on the longer side but I was still entertained every minute of it. It was a touching tale about a man who lived his life from old age to a youth. The symbolism of the importance of living your life to its fullest along with the priority of love and family was really beautiful. All of the actors fit their roles quite well and the on-screen chemistry between Brad and Cate was definitely there. This movie has moved up to be one of my favorite and I encourage everyone to put aside a few hours to watch it.

The Virgin Suicides

A good, though slightly disturbing, movie. Showed the impact of the loss of innocence and how the guilt affected a group of sisters. I haven't read the book so I can't really compare it to this movie but I can tell it's an adequate modern rendation of an older story.


They could have gone a lot further with this film than they did. It was mediocre at best. Very similar to Jumper. Overacted, forced action and character relationships, and just not really my cup of tea.


With all the positive hype surrounding Watchmen I was pretty pumped to see it. But about 2 hours into it I was begging for the movie to end so I could be put out of my misery. It wasn't necessarily a bad movie, just drawn too much by about an hour. I agree that details were needed to explain the concepts to those of us who weren't previously involved in the comic, but it seemed like those details were rushed through within the first half hour then the rest consisted of pointless scenes with purposes I still don't understand. I wanted to fall asleep during the last half hour and personally didn't care what happened to any of the characters. I reccomend this movie to comic lovers with a long attention span.

Terminator Salvation

i know this film didn't get the hottest reviews from the critics but I really enjoyed it. I have never actually seen any of the previous terminator movies in their entirety but I was able to easily catch on to what was happening thanks to good plot development. It also allowed the audience to connect with the characters quite easily. The large amounts of action and suspense gave off the obvious air of a man-flick but I enjoyed it just as well. I think the attempted romances in the movies were pushed a little too far and seemed awkward and there was a "wtf" moment when an animated version of Arnold appeared. Otherwise an exciting film and I reccomend it highly to action lovers and people who are fans of the earlier films.


I know a lot of people enjoyed this movie and I'll admit it was cute and entertaining but it just wasn't my thing. There's only so much illogical action that I can take (even in cartoons) and moving a house via balloons, talking dogs, and many other moments of insanity were just more than I could take. I would however reccomend this to children or people who can appreciate animated films.

Underworld: The Rise of the Lycans

Didn't quite see the ending to this movie but I enjoyed the parts I saw. It wasn't near as good as the first movie but that's usually to be expected from a triology. I was a little dissapointed when I found out the old characters (Michael, Selena, ect.) wouldn't be returning but after hearing about the plot differences I realized that leaving the old characters out would only make sense. The one thing I do think improved is the CGI. Honestly, the werewolves in the first movie looked more like giant hairless rats than anything. They were much more realistic in this movie. The gore was well balanced in the film. There was enough to please the gore lovers but it didn't make you cringe every five minutes either. The plot seemed a little forced at times just to keep the action going. It was interesting to see the beginning of the lycan/vampire fued that was alluded to so often in the earlier films. In you're a fan of the other to I'd say go ahead and fish out a few bucks to see this one.

The Strangers

When I saw this movie was a "true story" about some nutty people running around with bags on their heads torturing people I was completely stoked to see it. After finding exactly how loosely the movie was based on things that really happened I'll admit I was a little let down. However, this movie still scared the shit out of me. The way they set up the music so the more dramatic noises usually led to nothing happening and all the scary things occurring in dead silence really threw me off. Even the sight of the bag-headed-man walking across the scene in the background made me scream a little. The movie had a very strong beginning and really set up good tension before anything really happened. The middle kind of fell apart since the main characters had to intentionally put themselves in dangerous situations in order for the plot to keep moving. They were able to bring it back together for a horrific and unnerving ending though.

Paul Blart: Mall Cop

I laughed quite a bit more during this movie than I expected. I honestly thought perverted humor was the only thing that could make me laugh anymore but this movie proved that wrong. It was PG so of course all the jokes were clean and a little unorginal but I still enjoyed them. I was also impressed by the ninja skills of the kids that tried to take over the mall, that really entertained me for some reason, along with Bahood the stalker. Of course it made segweys much cooler than I've always thought they were too. If you're a fan of Kevin James I definitely reccomend watching this one sometime.

The Day the Earth Stood Still

I suppose this was a movie that needed to be re-made but I wasn't horribly impressed by it. Keanu and his emotionless nature fit very well into the alien role, he was definitely creepy in this movie. Some people have mentioned how they would like to have seen more of the actual destruction of the Earth and I agree with that. The movie is "The Day The EARTH Stood Still" not "The Day Keanu Reeves and Jennifer Connelly Stood Still" there was a little too much focus on those two characters. I felt most of the beginning seemed very rushed, the middle was too slow, and the ending had no significant closure. They really needed to balance out the film more. Despite these flaws I still think it was a decent sci-fi movie and reccomend people to rent this when it comes out on DVD.

P.S. I Love You

While this wasn't the ultimate romantic heartbreak movie I was expecting it to be it was still a good movie. Gerard Butler wasn't actually part of the movie nearly enough for me to feel a connection with him and see the love that him and his wife had together. They pretty much knocked him out of the movie within the first 15 minutes, much like the sacrificial characters in the beginning of horror movies. I just never really had much of an emotional response to the "sad" scenes, and it's not just because some people think I have no soul, haha, the movie just wasn't that sad. Other than that each character was developed very well with their own persona. From the guy friend who was never going to be any more than a friend to the hunky irish man who was best friends with Gerard's character. If given the choice I liked the movie enough to sit through it again.

Oprah Winfrey Presents: Their Eyes Were Watching God

While I'm not too crazy about romance movies that aren't combined with another genre this movie was watchable. Janie's journey to find true love (and how she found some not-so-true love along the way) seemed very realistic and is similar to what alot of people go through in modern day. It started out a little slow but if you're into this sort of thing you can really get drawn into the emotion of the story by the end of the movie.

Fight Club
Fight Club(1999)

Was Fight Club a good movie? Yes. Was it the best movie of all time as said by its reputation? No, not even close in my opinion. It's a movie about a schizophrenic who gets bored of his ordinary life and the voices in his head basically tell him how to build a cooler one. I found a lot of factual errors throughout the film that kind of threw me off. And nothing really stuck out in the film as completely incredible.

On the otherhand, the acting was very good and the characters fit in their roles quite well. The main character definitely represented the bored office worker and Brad Pitt was his awesome alter ego. The dialogue in the film was very impressive and also very quotable.


I was kind of skeptical about watching an animated Disney film, but it wasn't too bad actually. I can't say it was really funny or super action packed but it kept me entertained for a couple hours.

The Invasion
The Invasion(2007)

The epidemic of an alien virus: pretty good concept but failed to go into detail enough. It was alright. Alot of things needed more clarification such as the details pertaining to the disease. I thought the cast fit well within their roles.


Liked the originality. Good modern superhero type flick. A little corny at times and the villians didn't quite fit right with the protagonists but a good film overall.

Dead Mary
Dead Mary(2006)

I know this movie didn't get the greatest reviews but I actually thought it was pretty good. I did miss about the first 20 minutes so maybe that affects my judgement a little but I enjoyed it overall. It was kind of similar to a modern version of 'Evil Dead'. I'm glad they decided to avoid CGI effects and focus more on makeup gore because it just adds alot to a film in my opinion. I thought the actors (for a bunch of people I've never heard of before) did a good job at being creepy. The film wasn't over hollywoodized with stars but there was still a little too much relationship drama given the age of the characters. I do think they could have done alot more with the subject they were given and the ending wasn't very conclusive of anything. But if you really think about the predicament the characters were facing- the idea of being forced to make a choice to kill your friends or loved ones when you weren't sure they were possessed or completely normal- it would be a hard decision for anyone to make and this film will really get you thinking.

Soul Survivors

The movie started out average at best then continued to get more and more confusing as it went on. In fact I'm still not entirely sure what the ending was all about. The suspenseful peaks of the film never were scary, maybe because the masked villians in the film lacked any scary characteristics. I couldn't feel very sorry for the main character either, the fact she kept running around a dark campus in the middle of the night and hanging out with her stalker was just setting herself to get screwed over.

Journey to the Center of the Earth

After I was able to get over how every action in this movie defied the basic laws of physics I realized it was just a kids movie. It was a little cheesy and predictable but for a ten year old it would have made an entertaining movie. I've always like Brendan Frasier but I think he was a little off in this film. Watching a 3D movie not in 3D might have thrown me off a little too.

Ted Bundy
Ted Bundy(2002)

I didn't know much about Ted Bundy before seeing this film, but after watching this I've decided he's one of the most cunning, f-ed up people I've ever seen. Watching him manipulate women and make them believe he was an innocent man is going to make me think twice about every strange guy I meet ever again. Crazy people might carry out crimes and get away with it, but the true psycho killers are like Ted Bundy where they lead two lives; one which they seem like a normal everyday person with friends and family and the other which they commit horrific acts that can't be described. The ending where Bundy finally let insanity take over before he was put to his death was an extremely disturbing scene.

Urban Legends: Bloody Mary

Basically a generic teen horror movie where prom night goes horribly wrong. I could appreciate the fact that the urban legends that played a part in the movie were ones that I recognized reading about as a kid but they were carried out in very poor ways. The CGI was done so badly it was almost distracting. Reactions to certain 'scary' events were very underacted. It was almost as if the characters were used to supernatural things happening to them everyday. With the material they were given, this movie couldn't have gone very far anyways.


So I wasn't dead set on seeing this movie like most of the people I knew but all my friends were going so I decided to tag along. For about the first 10 or 15 minutes of the movie I was regretting my decision and thinking I was going to have to suffer through 2 hours of tween romance and cheesy action that I wouldn't understand because I didn't read the book. But to my surprise it actually got alot better. The girl's acting could have used some improvement but it wasn't horrendous. And somehow the guy that played Edward actually got kind of sexy as the movie went on (who would have guessed) despite the fact he was the biggest stalker I've ever seen. Seriously, if a guy watched me every night as I slept I really wouldn't want to know about it, so when he told Bella he watched her every night everyone else was going "aweee" and I was going "wtf..." but if you can get over the creepyness then the movie isn't so bad. I can see how the movie would have dissapointed those who had read the book but I never did so I just thought it was a decent movie. It was also full of awkward conversations and just uncomfortable moments in general, so if that's what they were going for they did an excellent job at that.

Curse of the Komodo

Seriously, this was so bad I'm not even going to give it a review.

27 Dresses
27 Dresses(2008)

I'm not sure what it is but there was something about this movie that got on my nerves. Maybe it's just how most romantic movies are exactly like this one, just with different themes. I don't think any of the characters had good onstage connections and it just made them fit awkwardly with each other. And you knew who the main character was going to end up with as soon as he made an appearance on the screen. Maybe if they'd just added a little twist to the movie it would have made it that much better.

Sydney White
Sydney White(2007)

Not as horribly cheesy I was predicting it to be but still way too similar to every other Amanda Bynes movie I've seen. The acting was good and I even chuckled at a few parts. It didn't even remind me of Snow White that much except for the fact there were seven guys living with Amanda. It was a fairytail if you base it on the fact real life would never be anything like this.


I really don't think there was a moment in this movie that wasn't awkward. Between the pointless scene where Beowulf fights Grendel naked, to Angelina Jolie somehow giving birth to a 100 foot tall dragon, to the bizarre deaths of father and well... mutant son, nothing fit together right. I do have to give the director a little bit of a break though since the book was a very strange piece itself (even though the movie failed to follow the book very well). The computer animation was pretty impressive, kudos for that. I think the ending deserves an award for how uncomfortably drawn out it was.

Lost Boys: The Tribe

Pretty good compared to most of the crap I've seen recently. Then again I can't remember the first one enough to compare the two so this may have been horrible compared to it. I do know the acting needed some help on certain characters. It was so poor at sections I really couldn't even get into the movie. Either that or the strange dialogue just needed to be rewritten. The plot need some originality. Everything was laid out pretty well from the beginning, you could say "he's going to die, and that one is going to live, and that one is going to turn into a vampire" as soon as each character was introduced. And when there's more sex scenes in a horror movie than gore you know you have a problem.

Chapter 27
Chapter 27(2007)

I was against seeing this movie just because of what Jared Leto had to do to his body in order to fit the role. After forcing myself to watch it I'm even more regretful that the once very attractive Leto put on 60 pounds and suffered from health issues in order to play a role in such a mediocre film. Jared did a pretty good job I thought, the insanity played off well, but most everything else - the plot, the other characters, ect - was lacking alot of crucial characteristics. I dislike Lindsay Lohan as a person so much that I don't think I could ever take her seriously in a role, and her placement in this movie was a poor choice. There was too much crazy talk from Chapman and not enough plot advancement and action. The actual assassination of John Lennon and after effects of the event weren't played up nearly as much as they should have been. The rising actions took up pretty much all of the movie with the dull 'climax' lasting only about the last five minutes.

One Missed Call

From the moment I saw the overpublicized trailers of One Missed Call I knew the movie wasn't going to be all the great. I understand it's an important part of today's culture but seriously, the whole possessed technology plot is getting kind of old. There's been movies on demonic tvs, computers, internet, phones, fridges, toilets and probably every other device you can think of and the idea has been beaten to death. There was no way to make this movie all that scary with the plot they had. I can't particularily say a ghost with a bad asthma problem is even that horrific to begin with. It was predictable, the acting wasn't all that great, and I couldn't really feel a connection with any of the characters because most of them were idiots. It reminded me alot of Final Destination with phones, except this movie wasn't any good.

The Cell
The Cell(2000)

I'm really not sure what to think about this film. I don't know whether I like it for its strange (ok, freakishly strange) plot or hate it for the same reasons. In some ways it just seemed like a way to parade a bunch of freak characters in front of the camera in order to get some kind of reaction out of the audience, but in other ways I could actually sense the eccentric tone that was trying to be portrayed. I think they went a little over the edge about how crazy killers truely are but it was still very psychologically interesting to watch.

Death Valley: The Revenge of Bloody Bill

Nothing seemed to fit together right in this film. It was like they took jigsaw pieces of a bunch of different films and put them together into one bizarre puzzle. The movie had kind of a western theme going on but then they started playing strange homicidal death metal music. The acting was bad, add a fake southern accent to that and it makes it even worse. The editing needed some serious help. Some scenes you could tell the characters weren't even on set together, the punching sound effects were off from the actual hits, and the zombies looked more like they were making out with their victims than eating them. I do have to give them credit, the scenes where the zombies were eating hearts around a candlelit table and the scene where the hero pulled a kamikaze move after rubbing crack all over his face made me crack up.

Hannibal Rising

This was the first Hannibal movie I've been able to catch on tv in its entirety and I'm really glad I did. While I do believe every killer has to have some sort of mental disorder to start out with, this movie really went into the kind of triggers it takes to set that insanity off. After watching Hannibal mercilessly eat his victims in the several other films that have already come out it was nice to see a prequel that explained his mindset and wasn't complete shit like most flashback films are. Hannibal Rising went into the complete development of the innocent little boy, to a revengeful young man, to an intelligent and cannibalistic human being. When Gaspard Ulliel looked into the camera and gave that creepy little smile it was enough to send chills down my spine. I could really see character traits in him that I saw in Hannibal in the original films. The director was able to put enough gore and disturbing scenes in the film to make it pretty thrilling but not so much I had to look away so I didn't get sick. The second half did fall apart a little and the ending could have been improved but it was still an enjoyable film.

He Was a Quiet Man

A little crazy and depressing but still an interesting movie. I enjoyed the direction of the film and the main character fit perfectly in his role. Watch this movie and you'll never look at that weird unsocial guy at work the same way again, you never know when he might crack. The plot was a little unclear sometimes and the symbols were a little hard to get for someone just looking for a entertaining flick to watch. They also could have gone into more detail about certain relationships going on in the film. The reactions to the main character becoming a "hero" seemed a little unrealistic. Some points in the movie when the main character is breaking down you can actually feel like you're going a little nuts with him. I felt a little sorry for the crazy guy... except for the fact he was a homicidal schizophrenic... but otherwise everyone can connect with being treated like shit even though you work hard.

World Trade Center

While watching this film it did make me feel a little emotional but I still couldn't get over the fact of how much the tragedy was hollywood-ized. I've seen enough of the actual footage to know most of the events that happened on 9/11 weren't as happy as what happened in the film. I think the main problem was that there was alot of big name actors in this film. I would have seriously preferred to see a bunch of actors that I didn't recognize because in reality that's who those people really were, relatively unknown average men and women who became heroes with their courage, not celebrities prancing around in front of a camera. I am glad they did a film representing police officers who got out of the mess alive, because I don't think viewers (including myself) could handle a film that ended otherwise. It was nice to see a more specific view of what it was like in the middle of the chaos,rather than on the outside of it, which was what the rest of us saw on the news during that time. They editing of the film needed some work also.

3:10 to Yuma
3:10 to Yuma(2007)

This movie wasn't anything like I expected it to be (actually... I didn't even know it was going to be a western before I watched it. Sad I know.) I'm not a big fan of westerns but I'm glad they could take the old outlaws vs. good guy plot and modernize it into something I could actually sit through. However, they still could have done a little more to re-invent the plot; it was a little too predictable for my taste. The beginning didn't seem like a good lead-in to the rest of the film. They also cut out some of the important scenes that explained what was going on. I also didn't quite get why Ben Wade pretty much helped his captors throughout the film. Overall the acting was good, dialogue was great, and the movie was turned out to be decent.

The 8th Plague

Being forced to sit through this movie makes me realize that I should never randomly pick a horror movie off of the shelf again. The gore was good, that was a plus... ok the only plus. The only thing really horrific about this movie was the acting. The dialogue and plot were pretty poor also. If the characters in the movie hadn't have been so stupid, I might have actually felt sorry for them when they were brutally mutilated/possessed. I actually found myself wishing something would happen to most of the people just to get their annoying presence out of the movie.

Wind Chill
Wind Chill(2007)

This movie had great potential to contain some good thrills and chills. With all the suspense in the beginning it actually seemed like it might get pretty scary, then the "action" started and was more disappointing than anything. It left me thinking "is that it?" every time the ghosts appeared. None of the antagonists were particularly scary... at all. Then after a certain point, the plot completely fell apart and the rest of the movie was pretty much downhill from there (frostbite teleportation- wtf?). I kind of felt like the writers gave up on making a film that actually made sense. I will give kudos to the director for making the viewer actually connect with the two main characters and... *slight spoiler* made me feel a little upset and shocked over the unfortunate fate of one of them.


Edward Scissorhands meets Night of the Living Dead meets the 50's. Really strange movie but still pretty entertaining. I found it especially amusing how society had adapted to death and killing since it was such a common part of the world after "The War". Sadistically funny.

Baby Mama
Baby Mama(2008)

Expecting this to be more of a comedy, but it was actually more serious than funny. It had it moments of humor but only about half of them worked. Very predictable throughout. An overall average film.


Just from reading about the concept of this movie I was thinking "Saw". In a way it kind of was like Saw but not quite as stupid (not to mention it had gore based around the plot rather than a plot based around the gore). I'm sure it made alot of people think that there would be no way that many human beings would log onto a site they knew would kill someone. But just from all the screwed up stuff I see on the news, yeah it could happen. The movie was fairly original, had a good cast, and had a good plot set up. There were a couple of things I didn't like though, one was that the FBI just stood around dumbfounded as they watched innocent people being tortured to death (seriously, in the real world, they could computer hack their way to finding the victims easily) and two, the very end had some major directing problems (it sucked). But yeah it was alright overall.

Strange Wilderness

I expected more out of this movie since it was a Happy Madison production. It really wasn't all that funny. The director needs to learn that there are jokes that don't involve dicks and crudeness that still make people laugh. The language and obscenities were so bad they distracted from the actual film. The spoofy animal clips with the voiceovers made me laugh but everything else just went overboard.

Black Sheep
Black Sheep(2006)

"There are 4 million sheep in New Zealand... and they are pissed off". I was expecting this to be a completely ridiculous, illogical, over the top movie and I was right. But for some reason I really loved it. If the director had tried to take the concept of mutant sheep people and made a serious movie out of such a funny concept it never would have worked. Fortunately, the movie was almost as much comedy as it was horror (I especially loved the taglines: "The Violence of the Lambs" "Get the flock out of here!). The whole "PETA-like people causing an apocalypse from releasing rabid animals" thing is a little overused but that was pretty much my only concern. I even winced at the cheesy gore a few times. This is great for anyone who wants to watch an entertaining movie without taking any of it seriously. The ending was probably the most insane part, which is also when I laughed the hardest. I really liked how they avoided the use of special effects since I much prefer makeup and costumes(especially in a low budget film that can only afford crappy computer animations, CGI kind of takes away the effect). I told the guy at blockbuster I rented this from "I'm renting a movie I know is bad so I won't be disappointed" but I think it was well worth my time and money.

What Happens in Vegas

A little predictable but funny. The main actor and actress seemed to work really well together.


Really funny. Seemed like some kind of wild adventures a bunch of dorky teens could actually get dragged into. If they cut out some of the cussing it would have been a little better.

Apocalypse Now

I suffered through this movie somehow. It was way too long, made no sense, and I couldn't understand what the actors were saying half the time. Kurtz's quote pretty much sums up the whole thing: "The horror... the horror."

Mulberry Street

Rat people? If this movie had been based on a human-rabies type disease or just a basic zombie infection it might not have been so bad. However, the creators of this movie decided to make bitten people slowly transform into giant mutant rat people. Yeah it's as ridiculous as it sounds. So if you don't laugh at the bad acting and choppy editing then certaintly the squealing sound effects of the rat-people will have you chuckling. Yeah there were a couple somewhat scary moments I'll have to admit. I know one thing, I wouldn't rely on the main character to save me in a disaster since he let everyone around him die. I agree with most of the reviews in thinking it actually seemed like alot of the film was copied off the the 28 Days/Weeks Later movies. Another poor movie put out by the horrorfest montage.

Shoot 'Em Up
Shoot 'Em Up(2007)

During this movie I saw alot of violence, sex, and trigger-happy babies but not a whole lot of good plot. I can only take so many insanely impossible stunts in one movie- this one went over my limit within the first half hour. Clive Owen was his usual badass self but you still just had to laugh at the pure cheesyness of this film.

Things We Lost in the Fire

Things We Lost In The Fire is a movie that bases most of it's entertainment off of the incredible talent of the actors. While I do prefer a movie with a little more action I could still see the inspiration in this movie and how it could really be emotional for someone who could relate to it. The film is very symbolic and easy to analyze if you're in a thinking mood. The movie showed how losing one life allowed another to be saved and even in the darkest of moments people are able to find light.

The Heartbreak Kid

Ok, I know the theme of the movie was bad and I should be getting all wound up about the importance of staying loyal in a relationship but I'm sorry I thought it was funny. I've seen this type of thing happen in alot of relationships where the spouse's true identity comes out after the point of no return (marriage) so maybe that's why I laughed so much. Eddie's desperation was played off very well. You gotta feel sorry for the guy after seeing what a loony his wife turns out to be. I think they could have just cut Carlos Mencia's character out though, he seemed pretty pointless. The ending also should have been cut down, the directors went a little overboard during the last 20 mins or so.

The Dark Knight

Very impressive movie. With most movies this long I usually get a headache and spend a good portion of the movie waiting for it to end, but I was completely entertained throughout the entire film. The villians of the film (The Joker/Two Face) were able to deliver a disturbing performance and were really able to get under my skin and likewise the heroes (Batman/Dent/ect.) really portrayed the couragous attitude that they needed to possess. The dialogue was incredible, it seemed like every line could have been used as an inspirational quote. The plot did get a little complicated at times but it was probably necessary to introduce the new characters. I was actually most impressed with Eckhart's performance and how he seemed to create the two opposite characters but still connect the personalities. I was a little upset about the new Rachel just because it's hard to get used to one face then see another but I think she covered well. Fantastic movie, worth the money, and worth the hype.

The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor

Coming from a HUGE fan of the first Mummy movie, this one wasn't so great. The visual effects started out pretty good and got better as the movie went on. The director was able to stick to the same theme without being too repetitive of the first two which is very hard to do. They could have shaved off some of the intro though (I don't think I even saw the title until half way through the movie). The only actor who really impressed me was Brendan Fraser, who is pretty much always awesome so that's to be expected. The son was good looking but not a very good actor. And the new Evelyn- don't even get me started on her mutilation of original character that we all knew and loved. The quirky jokes that made the first couple movies so enjoyable were attempted and ended up being very awkward like most of the dialogue (seriously who was the writer?) I found that I missed most of the old characters that got cut out, like the Arabic guys, Imohtep, ect. because I didn't quite connect as well with the new ones. All in all I'm glad I saw this in theaters and was able to further support the third installment of The Mummy movie legacy.

The Eye
The Eye(2008)

For some odd reason I felt like I'd already seen this movie about ten times because I can name about ten movies almost exactly like it. The plot was overdone and pretty much predictable throughout. There were alot of jumpy moments that freaked me out for a split second thanks to special effects and loud noises but the actual content of the movie wasn't all that scary. The acting was pretty good. It's pretty much just another one of those Japanese horror flicks that movie producers Americanized.


First James Bond movie where I've sat through the whole thing. The first half hour or so was somewhat entertaining, but as soon as a character by the name of "Pussy Galore" was introduced I pretty much laughed the last hour of the film and made everything into a dirty joke. I understand it was made over 40 years ago but it seemed like James Bond spent most of the movie sitting around as a prisoner and there wasn't a whole lot of action. I found myself zoning out during the extensive dialogue scenes, those could have been easily summarized.


What makes Wanted a good movie? For one thing, it's relatable. Most people can compare the pain-staking averageness of their lives to the life the main character was experiencing in the beginning of the movie. Who doesn't want someone busting into their lives and turn their old, boring life into an action packed, unrealistic battle for survival! Yeah the stunts were unlikely and defied most of the laws of physics but they were still cool to watch. The music impressed me, the visuals were good, and the acting fit very well. It started out strange but once the plot got going so did my good opinion of this movie.

The Brave One

With as much as I enjoyed this movie I was surprised I hadn't heard of it sooner. I've always thought Jodie Foster was an excellent actor and my opinion was supported once again in The Brave One. The movie expresses good points about the law not quite doing it's job and how one vengeful woman decides to take it into her own hands- an act many people feel like carrying out but most don't have the guts. The internal struggle of the main character was presented very well. I like how both sides of Erica Bain's vigilante efforts were shown- "whether her quest for revenge is truly the right path, or if she is becoming the very thing she is trying to stop" because that is how it would be in a real life situation. The movie was very depressing though and I don't reccomend it if you're looking for a feel-good type of film.


This movie was about what I expected it to be, which was pretty good. I really enjoyed the beginning, it was funny and set the tone very well. I wasn't so hot on the plot twist towards the middle, it seemed a little too strange and complicated. Could have added a few more of Hancock's humorous attempts to be a hero. But overall Will Smith did a good job acting and I enjoyed the movie.

Southland Tales

What was this crap!? Probably one of the worst movies I have ever seen and I've sat through movies on the lifetime channel so that's saying alot. You'd think with the outstanding cast including The Rock, Sarah Michelle Gellar, Justin Timberlake, Mandy Moore, and that strange woman from Poltergeist, (pretty much every character in the movie was played by someone recognizable) that this movie would be a major hit... wrong, dead wrong. It starts out not making any sense and just gets even more confusing as it goes. There is like 10 plots combined into one storyline and it is impossible to follow this sci-fi/action/drama/romance/comedy/piece of shit/porno/. Oh and the acting was not impressive. I applaud everyone who is able to make it through the whole movie without shutting it off because it is difficult task to complete without wanting to commit self injury before the unbelievably strange ending. I'd reccomend everyone to steer clear of this movie.

Meet the Spartans

Maybe it was because I was in an exhausted delerium while I watched this movie, or maybe it's because I thought the original 300 movie was hilarious, but I found this movie to be quite funny. How can you not laugh at a bunch of buff men running around in leather thongs and capes, seriously. Some of the jokes and product placement spoofs were taken a little too far but other than that it was alright.

Catch and Release

The movie was decent. There was no definite plot though. And I don't care whether or not her husband cheated on her while they were dating, the main character moved on way, way too fast after her husbands death. It was almost tacky. There was some weird love triangle going on that never quite connected with the movie.

Diary of the Dead

Honestly, after Land of the Dead I wasn't expecting much out of this movie. I was still disappointed- even as an avid zombie movie fan. The makeup was pretty good, the acting was so so, but the CGI effects were terrible to the point of being really distracting. The potential of a movie with a plot like this could have gone so much further, instead most of the scenes just seemed like a really awkward attempt to modernize the film by making technology the main (okay... only) theme in the movie. If the film is going to be shot from a documentary perspective like Cloverfield and Blair Witch then there needs to be alot more consistency than there was in this film (if the person holding the camera is dying and shaking really bad it doesn't make sense for the camera view to be completely still). Don't get me wrong, Romero is a legacy after creating the masterpiece of the original Night of the Living Dead but I think it's about time he threw in the towel on zombie movie directing.

Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer

My main saying about movies: if the first film isn't freakishly amazing, don't make a sequel. Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer is a prime example. Sure it was entertaining enough but it still wasn't all that great, or even good for that matter. I could predict everything that was going to happen in the movie at least twenty minutes before it even happened. Hell, I probably could have written a whole summary just from watching the trailer. I couldn't say whether the first or second movie is better.

Exorcist II: The Heretic

What the hell was this? Normally this kind of genre is disturbing but the only thing disturbing about this film was that it was made in the first place. The mixture of screamo African music and freakish insects that seemed to make up most of the movie was incredibly annoying. The entire plot had little to do with demonic possessions except for how I felt like I was possessed by the stupidity of this film. Incredible dissapointment after the legacy of the first film.

Coyote Ugly
Coyote Ugly(2000)

A failed attempt to put some class in a not so classy subject in my opinion. I was surprised to see Tyra Banks in a film like this but I think she did a pretty good acting job. Kind of seemed like the job at the bar almost ruined the morals of the main character even if it did make her more confident.

Children of Men

The possibilty of this fictional movie becoming a reality makes it that much more disturbing. The filming method was unique and made me feel like I was running for my life with the characters. It starts out kind of slow but the last fifteen minutes or so of the movie were incredibly moving- how after eighteen years without a single baby being born, the cry of a newborn child was powerful enough to stop a war.

The Reaping
The Reaping(2007)

The Reaping was so-so. The plot lacked originality in my opinion. Wasn't really all that scary either. I did like how they tried to use a scientific explanation of the Bible apocalypse. I thought the ending was the best twist in the whole movie.

Iron Man
Iron Man(2008)

Best movie I've seen in a long time. I was starting to forget what a good movie looked like until I saw Iron Man. When the trailer first came out I kind of doubted I would enjoy it but I was proved wrong. It's action was intense, the acting was great, and the comedic dialogue actually made me laugh! My only complaint is that the whole "villian being the same as the hero except bigger and uglier" thing is getting kind of old in the Marvel movies. Fantastic movie anyways. If you enjoy the whole superhero theme I really suggest seeing this one on the big screen.

School for Scoundrels

I enjoyed this movie. It had twists I wasn't expecting and was quite funny (maybe just because some of the phrases are ones I often use). Michael Duncan was freaking hilarious in my opinion.

Thirteen Days

This war movie (well... not quite a war thankfully) based on the Cuban Missle crisis is looked down upon by most viewers because of the lack of exaggerated drama and fictional romance. While I will admit I was bored through a portion of the movie I was kind of glad they focused more on the history lesson being taught than trying to make up some fake story to get a better audience reaction. Yes Kevin Costner's fake boston accent was annoying, and yes they could have cut out a portion of the movie to make it easier to watch in one sitting, but nonetheless there were some moments of dialogue that were incredibly inspiring and brilliant. At points I could almost feel the tension the US leaders were feeling at the time even though I already knew the outcome of the situation.


Didn't enjoy it as much as I expected. I really didn't connect much with the main characters. It was funny at times but some of the events were set up a little strange.


The movie was ok. It wasn't as good as the hype but not as bad as the reviews. Overall it seemed like the director took a bunch of films from different genres (Godzilla, Aliens, Blair Witch Project, ect.) and put them together to make one mediocre movie. It was a little short and some of the major details that could have made it a better movie were left out. I thought the creature looked a little silly too. I did like the shaky camera effect though, it added something different to an otherwise average film.

Bee Movie
Bee Movie(2007)

I got through about half of this movie. I'd rather repetitively beat my head against a wall than watch the rest of it. Cartoons can be illogical, but there's only so far they can go without just being plain stupid. This movie went way past that point. They need to rename it F Movie, for Failure.


I usually try to avoid the kids movies just because I usually end up losing brain cells just by watching them, but I was really bored and this was the only new movie on tv so I decided to force myself to watch it. I'd hate to admit it, but ratatouille actually wasn't that bad. It was predictable and somewhat cheesy (kids have to learn life lessons somehow I guess) but I still enjoyed it.

Drillbit Taylor

From the previews I saw I was kind of expecting this to be more of a kids movie. I was pleasantly surprised that it was far from that. The humor was definitely directed more towards an older audience. It was a little predictable but I still thought it was funny.

Return of the Living Dead: Rave to the Grave

Wow, I had no idea how many of these movies there were. I thought the idea of a zombie drug could have been used alot better. It was like "hey a bunch of our friends just died, let's throw a rave and do the same drug that just killed them". College students might do stupid things, but that's just taking it a little too far.

The Woods
The Woods(2006)

Pretty good. Somewhat scary. It kind of had an Evil Dead feel to it (not just because Bruce Campbell was in it).


I re-watched this movie again recently and decided it was better than I thought it was the first time I saw it. Ending was a little strange but still more realistic than some of the other alien movies out there.

Charlotte's Web

Saw this with some kids. Kind of brought back some good memories of my childhood. As far as I could remember it was the same as the cartoon. The death of the spider would have been a little more tragic if I hadn't noticed the three afro-like hairs sprouting from its head right as it was dying. I got some bad looks for bursting out laughing then.

Employee of the Month

I felt like I'd already seen 100 movies like this for some reason...

30 Days of Night

Actually better than I expected it to be since I was expecting it to be crap. It wasn't really all that scary but it still managed to entertain me. I thought the vampires were creepy looking and I don't think I once thought "that looks so fake" so that's a good thing. Visually a very appealing film. My main complaints are that the beginning didn't build a strong enough connection with the characters and got into the action a little too quickly, some key explanations were left out, and there was something a little off about the ending.

Planet Terror (Grindhouse Presents: Robert Rodriguez's Planet Terror)

What do you get when you give a bunch of porn stars guns, throw them in front of a camera, and tell them to improvise a zombie film? Planet Terror, that's what you get. I'll admit, I was pretty impressed by the gore but that still wasn't enough to distract me from how stupid this film was. The dialogue along with the acting was bad and most of it didn't even make sense.

Tenacious D in The Pick of Destiny

I was expecting this movie to be funnier. I laughed at a couple parts but it wasn't anything special.

Vantage Point

From the ratings I've seen of this movie I went into it with a bad attitude, which probably didn't help even though the poor reviews pretty much summed it up anyways. With every flaw in the film I noticed, my opinion of the movie went down the drain. By the end I ended up just laughing at how predictable and unrealistic it was. Dennis Quaid might be pretty cool, but I doubt he could jump out of a car after a collision with a diesel truck that flattened his vehical to the size of a cardboard box and take off down the street virtually unharmed. And yes, I found the numerous relapses in the beginning somewhat annoying after about the third one.

The Break-Up
The Break-Up(2006)

Even though this was supposed to be a comedy, the happy music during the credits couldn't even make it seem less depressing.

Transporter 2

Haven't seen the first one but I liked this movie alright. Some stuff just didn't go together right. Stunts were unrealistic too.

Charlie's Angels

Stunts were highly unrealistic and cheesy. Even if there was good looking guys in it you could tell it was designed just to get men to watch it.

The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford

I thought the acting in the film was wonderful. The film itself... average at best. A movie like this is something I would expect to see on the history channel; informative but lacking some of the key elements of entertainment. They could have cut about half an hour of dialogue out and got the same points across. I got sick of hearing the same two songs 20 times too. The actual assassination was very suspenseful though.

Requiem for a Dream

It didn't really keep my attention too well in the beginning of the movie but by the end I couldn't tear myself away if I wanted to. The entire movie was very symbolic of the modern failure of the American Dream and showed the tragedy of a life ruled by addiction that most of us will never even understand. Overalll good acting and disturbing movie.

Love Comes to the Executioner

Movie was pretty cheesy and overdramatic. Acting wasn't even so great most of the time. I have to agree with most of the people who saw this movie and say my favorite part was Jeremy Renner singing American Pie.


I know this film left out alot of key points about the actual story but I have to say Jeremy Renner (playing Jeffrey Dahmer) successfully managed to scare the shit out of me and played his part so well it was almost creepy. It was really frightning watching a true psychological horror flick rather than one that just focused on gore - terrifying to think this was based on a true story.


Yeah, this movie wasn't so great. I thought the director was trying to make a horror film but I really didn't see it, and that is not a good thing. Some of the dialogue just seemed forced. And I also noticed alot of errors towards the end of the movie.

The Frighteners

I finally got a chance to watch this movie all the way through and I have to say I enjoyed it. I thought Michael J. Fox did a great job. It was an overall good thriller/comedy movie.

Army of Darkness

More comedy than horror but I was still entertained.

Saw III(2006)

No offense to everyone who loved these movies but I really don't like them. The way I see it they're just pointless ways to show people getting killed in overly brutal ways for no reason. I like being scared not getting sick to my stomach.

28 Weeks Later...

I loved it! I thought it was even better than the first one (which rarely happens). One of my definite favorites!

If the Shoe Fits

Just another Cinderella story.

Dr. Jekyll and Ms. Hyde

Erm. It was different to say in the least.

The Descent
The Descent(2006)

Probably one of the most frightning movies I've seen for quite awhile. Even with the sound down I still jumped when one of the creatures would pop up. The only thing I didn't really like was the ending because it wasn't too realistic.


Watched the whole thing on You-Tube. The eye-popping kind of got to me but other than that it was pretty good.

Jack Frost
Jack Frost(1996)

I would say the movie seemed more comedy than horror but even the punch lines were pretty stupid.

Halloween H2O

It wasn't that good of a movie but it has to be better than the remake they did.

To Kill A Mockingbird

Watched this for school. Followed the book well and was inspirational.


Very, very, very, very strange. Can't really say much more than that.

2001 Maniacs
2001 Maniacs(2005)

Somewhat more entertaining than a few of the movies I've seen recently. Kudos to the creative deaths and the ending but the movie was mainly just a weird teen slasher. The civil war characters were highly unrealistic (I doubt they had jean shorts back then) but overall it was decent.


Not a good movie, i had better expectations for this one. The only reason I gave it two stars is because of Eddie Murphey.

Resident Evil: Extinction

I probably should have watched the first two movies again before I watched this one. I found myself saying "wait, didn't he/she die in the last one!?" several times. This movie was pretty bad anyway. There were alot of things left unclear, some of the acting was pathetic, and the ending was repitition of the second movie.

Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street

Maybe it's just because I don't like musicals and was tired at the time I saw this movie or maybe I'm just not obsessed with Johnny Depp enough, but I didn't think it was all that good. The beginning was pretty good, the end was okay but I nearly fell asleep during the middle. It dragged on forever. I only thought a couple of the songs were good and most of the singing was just mediocre. My favorite part of the movie was the colors (yeah I know it sounds weird). Most of the blood was just too fake looking for me. Mainly, the movie was just too damn long.

The Producers

Wow, a musical I actually enjoyed.

House of 1000 Corpses

I hate Rob Zombie and every movie he's every made.


Justin Long is hilarious

December Boys

Pretty unoriginal.

I Am Legend
I Am Legend(2007)

I was really pumped to see this movie. The overall concept of the movie was very interesting but the movie itself turned out to be a disappointment. There were too many questions that were unanswered and alot of errors that I picked out. Even the computer animated stuff was pretty cheesy looking. Will Smith was amazing in it though.

Cabin Fever
Cabin Fever(2002)

this movie had so much potential, but it just ended up sucking.


I didn't know whether to laugh or scream most of the time, but I still found it entertaining


Fell asleep during it.

Because I Said So

this movie was full of shit.

Snakes on a Plane

Yeah... didn't really like this movie.


Had a couple of funny moments, but most of it was just stupid.

12 Angry Men (Twelve Angry Men)

Had to watch this for school, pretty boring.

Lord of War
Lord of War(2005)

Poor Jared Leto, they always have to brutally kill him off in every movie he's in.

The Matrix
The Matrix(1999)

this movie made no sense.

It's a Wonderful Life

I thought I'd hate this movie because it was black and white and really old, but it was actually pretty nice to watch a cheesy movie for once.

Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo

I finally watched this entire movie, it was pretty funny.

One Last Thing

I didn't really get into this movie until the end, which turned out to be pretty sad.


Before I saw this movie I didn't really like musicals. My opinion hasn't changed.

Zombie Honeymoon

Call me crazy but I found this movie rather touching.

Dan in Real Life

Cute movie! Alot of reality about it too.

Stir of Echoes 2: The Homecoming

A little unbelievable but still pretty good, I jumped a couple times.

Somebody Help Me

This is one of those movies where you sit there yelling at every stupid mistake the main character makes.

Stranger Than Fiction

This movie made me stop hating Will Ferrell. It was great. Different from anything I've seen before.

The Man From Earth

Interesting concept... but very low budget

The Prestige
The Prestige(2006)

the ending really surprised me

Happy Feet
Happy Feet(2006)

this movie makes me want to go into a coma


Like a crappy version of Lord of the Rings

The Pursuit of Happyness

Very insightful movie. It shows how one thing leads to another in real the world of poverty.

What Women Want

completely goes off track at the end. Could have been alot funnier.

The Tingler
The Tingler(1959)

I sat through this 1959 movie at one in the morning and laughed through the whole thing.

Ice Age 2: The Meltdown

If one of my teachers makes me watch this damn movie again I think I'm going to puke

The Number 23

I wasn't as amazed by this movie like some people were but I still thought it was interesting nevertheless

Take the Lead

Just another one of the 30 dance movies that came out at the same time

Silent Hill
Silent Hill(2006)

Good movies based off of video games are not too common. This is no exception.

Dog Soldiers
Dog Soldiers(2002)

Been awhile since I've seen this but if I remember right it was pretty damn good.

Attack of the Killer Tomatoes!

Yes, I did actually sit through this movie and yes I did actually laugh.

The Omen
The Omen(2006)

I sat there the whole time waiting for something to happen... it never did.

The Grapes of Wrath

Forced to watch it for school. Hardly followed the book at all.

Hot Fuzz
Hot Fuzz(2007)

This was pretty good, lots of plot twists. Most of the cast was the same as Shaun of the Dead and I loved that movie so it worked.

Saw II
Saw II(2005)

I can't get into these movies as much as everyone else

The Hills Have Eyes 2

Not as good as the first

Blades of Glory

OMG! A Will Ferrell movie I actually enjoyed! I didn't think it was possible!

Of Mice and Men

Followed the book pretty well compared to most films

Pan's Labyrinth

I little too strange and spanish for my taste


Pretty funny, although the fish face kind of creeped me out

I Now Pronounce You Chuck & Larry

It wasn't horrible, but it wasn't amazing either

Needful Things

too different from the book

Because of Winn-Dixie

dog movies aren't really my thing

Must Love Dogs

Another cheesy romance

Evan Almighty

Nothing can beat the first one

Lady in the Water

Too strange for my taste

Die Hard: With a Vengeance

Pretty intense, I kind of want to see the new one now

Dellamorte Dellamore (Cemetery Man) (Demons '95) (Of Death, of Love)

Italian horror movies are disturbing and make no sense, but this one was interesting at least


kind of creepy, but the ending was bad

The Covenant
The Covenant(2006)

pretty much everything about this movie sucked


Ok, since one of my friends wanted me to see it I watched most of it. It was ok until the drag queen came in singing while wearing a santa suit

Pirates of the Caribbean: At Worlds End

First one was still the best. Kind of confusing the first half but the second half was intense. And of course one of my favorite characters died...

Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest

It wasn't as good as the first one but I still liked it even though I had to watch it with subtitles to understand what everyone was saying

Just My Luck
Just My Luck(2006)

It was ok, but Lindsay Lohan is still a skank

Walk Like a Man

Pretty funny for a movie I'd never heard of before

Evil Dead 2: Dead by Dawn

it seemed like they took all the sound and camera effects they could think of and tried to base a plotline off of that, first one was so much better

Out to Sea
Out to Sea(1997)

cute... in an old wrinkly nasty kind of way


bad... not much more to say than that

Jurassic Park

scared the crap out of me

Jackass - The Movie

laughed my butt off, what a bunch of idiots


pretty good for a musical

The Visitation

Bad acting and editing, confusing, not scary at all. I actually laughed because some of the parts were so corny.

Spider-Man 3
Spider-Man 3(2007)

Pretty good. I wish my favorite character didn't have to die in the end though.

The Invisible

I actually liked this movie. I don't see where all of the bad reviews came from.

Casual Sex?
Casual Sex?(1988)

Don't even ask me why I watched this...

Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within

The graphics were amazing but the actual movie was shit


Alot better than i thought it would be

The Lake House

Really sweet, but i think he should have died, just for the sake of a tragic ending. Keanu Reeves was really good in his role

Deep Impact
Deep Impact(1998)

Yes I cried... I know I'm pathetic

Stephen King's The Shining (MINI-SERIES)

Steven Weber was amazing in it, he scared the crap out of me


good movie, intense


kind of strange...

The Hole
The Hole(2001)

An interesting and disturbing movie. It really makes you think.

The Prince of Egypt

some of the songs sounded crappy but the animation was incredible

Jackass: Number Two

Digusting and hilarious at the same time.

Flight of the Phoenix

It's pretty good the first time you see but after awhile it just gets boring... except for the fact that House is in it.

The Guardian
The Guardian(2006)

Alot better than I thought it would be. Good performace by Ashton Kutcher.

Darwin Conspiracy

watched it in science, horribly boring

Hotel Rwanda
Hotel Rwanda(2004)

very emotional, a great movie

Stay Alive
Stay Alive(2006)

It sucked, where was the suspense?

School Ties
School Ties(1992)

the ending sucked cause it left you hanging but the rest was really good


surprisingly good

The Devil's Rejects

Ok, this was crap. I'm so sick of toture movies. This was beyond disturbing.

Koroshiya 1 (Ichi the Killer)

this movie was so messed up....

The Hills Have Eyes

One of the better horror movies I've seen recently

The Abandoned

This was better than The Gravedancers but still, I expected horrorfest films to actually be scary. The plot was decent and everything but it could have been alot better. It started to get confusing after awhile. Horror movies just aren't living up to their title nowadays.

The Gravedancers

Wtf?! This was horrible! Everyone in the theatre was laughing through the movie because it was so bad! It dragged for the first hour and a half and the last ten minutes were rediculous! People actually booed when it was over. Complete waste of money and time. It was more like 8 films to die of boredom for.

An American Haunting

the beginning was decent but then it just went downhill from there, the ending was stupid.

Just Friends
Just Friends(2005)

The ending was great.


What the heck!? This movie was horrible. The woman got killed by a freaking turtle!


more gruesome than saw in my opinion

The Fly
The Fly(1958)

this movie really messes with your head...

Moulin Rouge!

This movie has issues

Stephen King's 'Sleepwalkers'

I don't understand why the monsters were afraid of cats when they were half cat themselves....

Halloween II
Halloween II(1981)

too predictable, the beginning was slow

The Evil Dead

wow, that was awesome for a 1983 movie

An American Werewolf in London

The movie was pretty good but it had a bad ending

The Notebook
The Notebook(2004)

This movie was so sad!

Taking Lives
Taking Lives(2004)



couldnt even sit through the whole thing, highly unrealistic

A Walk to Remember

kinda corny, but ok

Donnie Darko
Donnie Darko(2001)

I don't think i'll ever understand this movie but it was entertaining


odd, can't really say much more than that

Better Off Dead

This movie was... different

Whale Rider
Whale Rider(2003)

The worst movie ever made, had to fast foward to the end, even that was boring


i dont know why but i loved these movies

George Of The Jungle 2

wtf happened to brendan frasier?


this movie was so stupid

Fever Pitch
Fever Pitch(2005)

good romance/comedy movie

The Brothers Grimm

what was this director smoking?

The Ring Two
The Ring Two(2005)

they got attacked by fake deer... what more do i need to say

Team America: World Police

its like an unrated version of the muppets

The Exorcist
The Exorcist(1973)

wow this was scary


bad graphics, good plot


the ruined the hulk with this movie

The Goonies
The Goonies(1985)

that bald guy was scary


werewolves looked like mutant bears

Land of the Dead

I was really dissapointed in this movie

28 Days Later

Interesting... foreign... but interesting

American Pie Presents: Band Camp

lol, I think was too young for this movie but it was still funny

Space Jam
Space Jam(1996)

i actually have this movie... somwhere

Chicken Run
Chicken Run(2000)

ha... good memories

The Mummy Returns

first one was better

The Waterboy
The Waterboy(1998)

good the first few times

Scary Movie 3

others are funnier but this is pretty good

The Little Mermaid

dont even remember it

Batman Begins

better than i thought it would be

The Wizard of Oz

kind of odd, but good

Home Alone 2: Lost in New York

dont really like any of these movies

Dumb and Dumber

one of my favorite movies as a kid


good classic horror movie

101 Dalmatians

i dont rememeber it too well

Toy Story 2
Toy Story 2(1999)

first one was better

The Mask
The Mask(1994)

good kids movie...

Forrest Gump
Forrest Gump(1994)

how can you not love this movie

Meet the Parents

saw it a long time ago

Men in Black
Men in Black(1997)

ha, i loved this movie

Home Alone
Home Alone(1990)

i'm so sick of this movie

Toy Story
Toy Story(1995)

i loved this movie

Monsters, Inc.

it was ok, seen it too much

The Lion King

a classic, not much more than that