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Sharknado (2013)
10 months ago via Flixster

Sharknado is of the same kin as the great Piranha 3D. Showcasing the perfect blend of terrible acting, high school-special effects, a stupendous script, and a choppy story, it is profoundly bad. As a result, one can only laugh at this movie at how impressively bad it is, and enjoy it for it's absurdity and silliness. It is difficult to master the art of creating self-parody that is so abysmal, it becomes good, but Sharknado achieved the desired effect.

Balls of Fury
Balls of Fury (2007)
11 months ago via Flixster

Balls of Fury is an attempt at greatness but falls flat, mostly due to the shamble-creating Dan Fogler. His comedic style constantly stays in the mud, and for a movie like Balls of Fury to depend on him carrying it, of course the whole house then falls flat. Even the redeemable Walken, showcasing his self-parody style and perfect dialogue delivery, could not help lift or alleviate the walking corpse that this movie is. It has few redeemable features, it's stupidly predictable, and has little to offer to the genre of comedy.

Tangled (2010)
11 months ago via Flixster

Tangled is amateur work when compared against it's goliath predecessors, considering it's own goliath $240 million budget. This goes to show no amount of money can buy an animation truly emotive with worthwhile songs and character complexes. Tangled relies more on comedy, and slap-stick, than on story development and intrigue. It uses a timeless formula and executes it to sub-standards. Tangled is a colourful mess, riddled with on-the-nose scenes that have the depth of a placid pool.

Arrival (2016)
11 months ago via Flixster

Arrival is another great film by Villeneuve, who seems unable to put a foot wrong so far. It has a suspenseful score akin to Sicario that creates a tense and highly strung tone. Amy Adams showcases some incredible acting to bring to light its interesting and questioning time-line. Playing with concepts of the effect of language on the mind, this film is emotionally charged, as well as influential on its take on language, time, and the inevitability of ones actions. Arrival is a fantastic film, enabling a shroud of intrigue and excitement with the perfect close.

Fargo (1996)
11 months ago via Flixster

Fargo is a near perfect Coen Brother's film. It has the witty banter, the perfect balance of character development and action, and a climax exceeding expectations. It is one of those few films that stand the test of time, and can entertain from beginning to end. It's dark, satirical, quirky, and fundamentally a unique flavour, catering to all aspects desired.