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The Devil Inside
6 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

I couldn't actually give this film 5 stars cause it's REALLY bad. But my god. Everyone has to see this movie. It's so freakin funny. It's definitely a new favorite bad movie. There is literally no way to take it seriously. The audience was laughing to! And rotten tomatoes wasn't kidding, the ending was atrocious! There's nothing to say! See it! It's so damn funny! The best possible way to start off 2012!

We Bought a Zoo
6 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

Sappy, obnoxious, annoying, boring, uninteresting and bland. This was a waste of money. It had obnoxious "twists" for the tween audience to gasp. Every time the cute but not exactly wonderful actress received a billion "awe's" and gasps. Give it a rest people. Just because a cute person is on screen doesn't mean you have to acknowledge it every freakin time. Matt Damon was decent. He wasn't enough to make up for Scarlett. JEEZ. What happened? She's usually so good! This was the worst mistake. I wasn't expecting something super wonderful. But I was expecting mediocrity. It fell short of everything I thought. Period.

The Adventures of Tintin
6 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

This was a beautiful looking movie. And the story was definitely fun. I just felt it jumped in too quickly and didn't have too much intrigue to the characters issues. Still, it looked amazing and had such a beautiful tone to it the entire time with some brilliant scene changes. I definitely recommend it. It's just a shame that the animated films from this year don't entirely meet my standards.

Mission: Impossible Ghost Protocol
6 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

This was unbelievable. Thank you Brad Bird! Pixar saves me again! Brad Bird, who was famous for his direction of The Iron Giant, Ratatouille, and The Incredibles. This was his first delve into live action film, and it was an enormous success. The action is tense, the story is riveting, every actor was phenominal (or at the very least, as Tom Cruise as the movie required them to be). The intensity was so high I was shaking. I kept expecting other things to happen before the movie gave me the middle finger and did something completely different. It was great. Jeremy Renner also being a welcome addition to the Mission: Impossible franchise. Definitely one I'll be watching again and again. And to make it more fun, Brad Birds A113 reference appears in it too!