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Ouija: Origin of Evil
9 hours ago via Flixster

81% critic score on RT and a 68% audience score on Flixster? Really? This starts off very strong and the set up is really good, but after the little girl gets possessed in the most heavy handed of scenes, that ends up being unintentionally hilarious, it just descends into lunacy. The scares are forced and yes they make you jump just because of REALLY LOUD NOISES!!!!!!!!! I did like the reveal of who the evil spirit was but its played so forcefully its just not scary, you end up laughing at most of the horror scenes.. its just too silly. The ending is also predictable and laughable.

Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children
4 days ago via Flixster

One of the biggest disappointments of the year for me.. I was hoping for a half decent film from Tim Burton, he is clearly on a downward spiral, much like M. Night Shyamalan.... just stop now please. I couldn't care less about the characters, they all feel bland and one dimensional, the acting is appaling. Not even Eva Greene can save this turd.

Jason Bourne
Jason Bourne (2016)
26 days ago via Flixster

If you've seen the previous 4 films in the Bourne Saga you know what you're going to get from this film. Its pretty much more of the same. Matt Damon gets forced out of hiding because of a piece of information he doesn't know of. Which leads him on a series of events which culminates in either a fight or brilliant car chase on a bike.... look I'm not saying its a bad thing but the Bourne films seem to have a formula they stick with and it works but its getting somewhat tiresome. You know there is going to be a small twist, the big guy in the room is always the bad guy, the asset is always an asshole that dies at the end... and its left open for another film... that's the Bourne films in a nutshell. Its good but you've seen it all before.

Friend Request
28 days ago via Movies on iPhone

Starts off very strong which could've been a decent commentary of how our lives have been taken over by social media. But all this comes to a halt after 30 minutes. It starts giving the tired old cliches of jump scares and fake outs and some very bad acting... I'm getting sick to death of all these bad horror films.... it's getting tiresome. Although the ending was alright. But leaves it open for a sequel.... like every horror does.

Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV
28 days ago via Flixster

A 13% score on RT? I don't know why! This is a direct tie in to the upcoming game FF XV. Acting as a prelude to it giving you some backstory before you dive into the new game in November, if you choose to. If you have no interest in this type of film then I would say don't bother, you'll only get confused. The animation in this film is nothing short of gorgeous, if you think that The Spirits Within was a giant leap in animation, not story wise as it was really bad, but for the technical side, then this will blow you away. The action scenes were outstanding, however the final battle was a little confusing as there was so much going on. I for one thought this was a brilliant film, but as I previously stated, if you aren't a fan of Final Fantasy or have no interest in the new game, then stay clear. Its not for you.