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Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them
2 days ago via Flixster

ahhh.. magic is back after seeing all of Harry Potter movies. This movie takes back before Harry Potter times and I have to say it is a great movie to start off. Now the setting set to be in another country in America, NYC, I think J.K. Rowling's idea of expanding is marvelous. All the characters in this movie are great and there are time its kinda hanging but over all it's all good. Special effects are superb. Do I recommend this movie? Absolutely, if you're a Harry Potter fan, for people just starting off I think you have to start somewhere from Harry Potter. I love the soundtrack and immediately bought it after leaving the theater. I will rate this movie 4 out of five.

Star Trek Beyond
3 months ago via Flixster

Great movie, I love the computer generated sceneries of a futuristic city in space. The story is good and it has a great vibe showing classic moments of the past of a picture of the old clan of Star Trek. Justin Lin did a great job directed this as I was kinda worried what kind of direction he is doing as he does street racing action movie Fast and Furious to a science fiction movie. Watching this movie I didn't get complaints. It is a great movie and last to see Anton Yelchin in this movie. I will give this movie a 4 out of 5.

Suicide Squad
Suicide Squad (2016)
3 months ago via Flixster

As the most hyped movie of the year, I didn't see anything that made me as saying this is the best movie, hands down. No doubt this movie has a lot of action and some good humor parts overall. Of course this movie have a lot characters and it's hard to keep up as they have to go one by one telling individual story, some of them I think it's rather short and dialogue was limited like Croc. Deadshot seems to be the main character focus the most other than Harley Quinn. Surprised that the Joker wasn't shown most as the trailer seems like he is the main character of the movie. To say this movie isn't one of the psychological action movie like Christopher Nolan's version of the Joker, it's more of an action where you can turn off your brain and just enjoy seeing great DC villains characters. Honestly I think Heath Ledger's Joker is the best out of all American cinema. Jared Leto didn't cut it in my opinion. I will give this movie a 3 out 5.

Independence Day: Resurgence
5 months ago via Flixster

Yes I went to see Independence day: Resurgence as a fan of the first one. Well this movie, it just went too fast and the editing feels like it was all rushed. The story seems bland and also cheesy in some extent. Overall what I like about this movie is the special FX, CGI, and nostalgic characters (Jeff Goldblum, Bill Pullman, Judd Hirsch, Brent Spiner, Vivica A. Fox, and Robert Loggia) that we saw back in 1996. The aliens are more detail by the way it moves in this movie and more destruction. At the end, it's good to hear the original soundtrack when the credits starts. I will give this movie a 2.5 out of 5 because as I look for a good plot and story, this movie didn't have that feel and a solid plot like what is like for the first one. It is too simple to defeat the enemy. Still I love the concept of Independence Day by Dean Devlin and Roland Emmerich but this 2nd movie seems too rushed just like turning in a paper too early with mistakes and not that legible. You can save this movie for rental or own it on blu-ray.

X-Men: Apocalypse
6 months ago via Movies on Android phone

Not bad, I don't see where most professional movie reviewers saying this movie isn't that great. I thought about at first because I picture Apocalypse like from the animated one and this live action one doesn't look aggressive. Well from all that fuss, I still give it a shot and see how it goes. Honestly I like the movie action, special effects and individual story lines up. I grew up watching X-Men animated series when I was a kid and this one of the best X-Men movies. I'll give this a 3.5 out of 5.