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Rating: 75/100, 75% Grade: B- “American Psycho” is based on a novel of the same name. I haven’t read the book, so I’m not sure close the two are to each other. This a very good movie. The story out together very well, and this is one of Christian Bale’s best performances. The ending is an open ended head scratcher, but it does not make the movie worse in any way.
Rating: 81/100, 81% B+ Many, and I mean many, people consider “The Godfather” the greatest movie of all time. I do see how it is up for contention, but it’s not my pick. The Godfather could easily be a 5/5 movie, but you would have to settle with being confused and not being able to follow the storyline completely. There will be moments where you are completely in the dark about the conversation that is happening or what the characters are doing. Some will say “it’s so complex, you’ll only get it if you’re smart” or “it’s so complex it’s suppose to be that way”.
Rating: 76/100, 76% Grade: B- “into The Wild” is a gut wrenching real event story. If you have read the book, you will be disappointed with this film. That’s not a negative remark on the movie, but a testament to the book. It is worth a watch
Rating: 64/100, 64% Grade: C Well, you get what you get. If you’re expecting a cinematic masterpiece or a daringly frightening horror movie, this is not it. It’s based on a collection of short stories that usually do not pertain to the story following it in the book, so it was interesting and surprising how they weaved them together to make a solid child/teen based horror film. The monsters are creepy and chilling, but is not scary at all. It’s worth a watch once, but I wouldn’t go out of my way to watch it again
Rating: 77/100, 77% Grade: B- “IT (2017)” is a funny, refreshing take on the Tim Curry TV series. It is a solid movie despite being a bit slow at times. Finn Wolfhard steals the show, delivering jokes and believable serious moments throughout. If you are wanting a genuinely scary to the bone horror movie, “IT (2017)” is not it. The “scares” are far and few between, but Skarsgard still does great as Pennywise.