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Wreck-it Ralph
3 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

A wonderful movie that in someways compliments the Toy Story mythos, wonderful characters and some cameos from some of the classics in video gaming. Actually makes me want to play the games that are shown in the film. Well scripted entertainment that is suitable for children young and old.

Oblivion (2013)
3 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

Visually it is a very good movie, the script however did not engage, most of the movie you wait for the story to actually progress other wise it is just like a nice slide show of a post apocalyptic earth. The movie took on a very difficult theme, story wise, but does not do it justice a film that has a similar theme is "Moon" directed by Duncan Jones that is vastly superior but done on a minuscule budget in comparison to this.

The Croods
The Croods (2013)
3 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

"The Croods" do not bring anything new to the table, an overprotective father that does not allow his daughter to be a free spirit can be seen all through the Disney classics. The movie was entertaining characters and situations but what really makes this movie work and ultimately worth watching is the imaginative flora and fauna created for the movie, that in someways reminisce or echo of inspiration from "Avatar". Entertaining non demanding family fun.

The Purge
The Purge (2013)
3 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

Mediocre movie set in the near future that sadly only touches upon the sociopolitical side of the story. The story had a lot of potential that sadly just came down to a movie about home invasion, a bland movie that doesn't shock or scare and leaves you with nothing after viewing.

The Pact
The Pact (2012)
3 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

Suffer exactly the same as many other independent small budget movies, bad pacing and unintelligent characters. The movie has so many flaws when it comes to the understanding of human psychology as well as non explanatory intentions of the director. This movie builds mostly on horror movie cliches that have in many cases been done to death in higher budgetary TV shows and sadly they are most of the time done better the only real difference is that this would presumably be in the general public view be protected by the mantle of "art". This movie blends two horror category movies together which clash against each other, they are not evenly balanced and cancel each other out. Terrible movie that rely's heavily on out done cliches.