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Easy A
Easy A (2010)
6 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

A really funny comedy. Really shows you what teenage life is like today. Emma Stone is hilarious and it helps that there are so many gorgeous men. A definite 10/10! A must see!

Love and Other Drugs
6 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

A really great romantic film! You don't expect the things to happen in the film if you haven't read the book and it throws you off guard and makes you feel really sad. The ending however is really heartwarming! Jake Gyllenhaal and Anne Hathaway's chemistry is alight in this film!

Paul (2011)
6 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

A light hearted comedy that will make you laugh along with it's weirdness. It wasn't as comedic as I thought it would be but I still enjoyed it. Now and again it's nice to see a film based on fantasy as it makes you more imaginative. You can't help getting a little teary at the end either and as I haven't seen E.T and heard about people crying over aliens, I didn't understand. But, now watching this I understand why. Great actors and a good film.

Paranormal Activity 3
6 years ago via Flixster

I've always wanted to watch the perfect horror film. That leaves you on the edge of your seat, hiding your head in fear, putting your hands over your eyes and ears, peeping from your covers while you're slowly moving over to the other person you're watching it with and an unpredictable ending. This is it. Paranormal Activity 3 makes you do all these things at once and it made me genuinelly frightened. The grandmothers face is something I shall not forget and it was nice to make some sort of sense out of the other two films. This is definitely the best one.

Napoleon Dynamite
6 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

I just didn't relate to the humour in this. It bored me after half an hour and I was finding myself ready to switch it off. I eventually did end up watching it all and I only laughed at one or two scenes. Nothing particularly exciting (I know this is the whole point of the film - as his life is 'crappy') but you're always going to need something exhilirating to keep the audience entertained. This film just didn't do anything for me, wouldn't reccomend it and it really doesn't live up to it's hype.