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The Green Inferno
21 months ago via Rotten Tomatoes
½

It's taken me about a week to decide if I was going to write a review for this film or not, but despite my better judgement I am going to waste more time on this movie, in addition to the 103 minutes I have already given Eli Roth, along with my 24 dollars. Roth attempts to pay homage to Italian cult cannibal films, but misses the mark in almost every way. The acting is the worst I have seen in a movie with a budget as large as The Green Inferno's. There's little to no tension present in most of the film, and the cast is so incredibly large that in one scene they literally wipe out 3/4 of the crew in a plane crash because, "fuck it". The plot points are ridiculous, ever heard of about an 1/8 of weed getting an entire tribe of cannibals high? What about masturbating to relieve stress while your friends are literally being torn apart and eaten just outside of the cage you're locked in? This movie could have been passed off as something that a child wrote. This film has no clue what it wants to be. For about the 45 minutes, we don't even meet the cannibals, instead you're presented with bullshit (childish) conflicts between most of the characters. The only shining moment of this film is the first time you see the tribe members dismember and consume a kid from the group, that scene on it's own is full of tension, and injects fear into the survivors. The ending was the worst closings I have maybe ever seen. Eli Roth watch The Descent Part 1 and 2 (which are superior to this film in every way) and figured he'd copy and paste that ending into his movie. Main girl survives, then has to go back to save someone she left behind to die. Don't waste your time.

The Babadook
The Babadook (2014)
23 months ago via Rotten Tomatoes

One of the finest horror films made to date. Newcomer Jennifer Kent has made her mark on the horror genre and stapled herself a place in history. The film is gritty, dark, and absolutely one of the most unique horror movies you'll see. Don't expect a gore fest, don't expect a tit fest. It's a slow burner, but every scare counts in this one.

Furious 7
Furious 7 (2015)
2 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

Bigger. Better. Dumber. At this point, what do you expect from a franchise that has gotten to the point of dropping cars out of the sky? They've understood the formula that makes money, and they've understood the formula that people love. The best entry in the franchise to date, a great send off to Paul Walker. People love superhero films, and this was undoubtedly a superhero film.

Guardians of the Galaxy
2 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

Without a doubt one of the strongest, if not the strongest Marvel film ever released. Light humor, likable characters, and a soundtrack to die for. A steady progression from small time thief, to a guardian of the galaxy, Chris Pratt delivers and creates a character worth loving.

Neighbors
Neighbors (2014)
2 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes
½

Exceptionally funny and star-studded to the max. Who do you expect to be the shinning comedy star of the movie? Seth Rogen? Zac Efron? No. How about Rose Byrne who has some excellent comedic timing and really steals the show throughout most of the film.