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Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets
4 months ago via Rotten Tomatoes

Best part of the movie was a 5 minutes dance performance by a shape shifting seductress owned by the pimp played by Ethan Hawke. Otherwise this visually stunning futuristic story in outer space was wasted because the casting director did a terrible job in casting the two oversexed young spoilt brats to play the leads. A huge disappointment coming from a famed director like Luc Besson. Loved his Fifth element but Valerian was hopelessly irritating.

Stoker (2013)
4 months ago via Rotten Tomatoes

An artsy version of "Natural Born Killers", except it was a much more disturbing story to see her masturbating in the showers while reminiscing the strangling of her classmate. Murderous genes she shared with her uncle that would be the undoing of her uncle in the end. Creepy and yikes...

Cars 3
Cars 3 (2017)
4 months ago via Rotten Tomatoes

Passing the baton is a fitting 3rd installment to the cars trilogy. A great lesson to all especially for us who have passed the half century mark. We had our glory days and we should be happy to see young rookies take the helm while we take a back seat and cheer them on. Its the cycle of life that never ceases.

The Great Wall
4 months ago via Rotten Tomatoes

Loud, pretentious and highly irritating film that I classify as monster fantasy genre in the same category as Godzilla. Even the great wall of China was suspiciously fake like everything else. Aggravating the CGIs giant wolf like monsters, were the Chinese cast Andy Lau and his cohort speaking in their non native tongues. There was so much CGI in the film it was hard to take the movie seriously. The fighting was too choreographed that it became laughable. The bungee jumping spear welding female soldiers and the hot air lanterns conveying the soldiers from the great wall to the forbidden city all added to the fantasy mood of the film.