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After Earth
After Earth (2013)
3 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

This movie was pretty awful, I gave it an honest shot and honestly couldn't get into it. The characters were developed, but the plot was just bad...

I recommend skipping this, you'll go through life a lot happier with an extra hour and 40 minutes you didn't waste.

Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues
3 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

Anchorman 2 had some moments of greatness, but lacked the originality of the first film. I was very pleased with all the inside jokes that were said relating to the first film, and loved the fact that the characters all maintained their same roles.

With that being said however I thought the obnoxious advertising for this film ruined some of the funniest jokes, much like most comedies of this caliber.

The Bourne Identity
3 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

There is something about these movies that is just perfect. Matt Damon is by far the most under-appreciated action-star. If you like action movies with a lot of plot start with the Bourne Identity. You will quickly find yourself hooked after about 10 minutes.

Riddick (2013)
3 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

Vin Diesel is the perfect Riddick, but this movie just drifted from subject to subject way to fast. The movie starts off slow, and then picks up to decent. Then it tumbles down hard. If you see this movie you should understand my review quite well, that is if you're watching this movie as an action fan rather than a Riddick fan.

X-Men: First Class
3 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

This film was very entertaining to watch, I was just disappointed it took over the Magneto: Origin story that was previously in development.

I was entertained throughout the entire film, and I recommend it to any comic book lover, but sadly this film after I've watched all the other X-Men movies just blends together. Some old clips from past X-Men films were recycled in this one which makes thinking back and remembering what happened in each one of the 6 X-Men movies virtually impossible.