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Date Movie
Date Movie(2006)

Do I even need to bother? *sigh*

Paranormal Activity

There were some scary moments, the acting itself wasn't bad and the camera-work is quite different from what we see today. However, it's definitely not the best horror movie by far and don't kid yourselves that it's even equal to The Exorcist.

Inglourious Basterds

QT has outdone himself yet again.

This flick is everything great movie is all about. It's entertaining, has some action scenes, at-times hilarious lines, and of course a nice amount of Tarantino-styled violence.
The acting is up there, too. And after that stunning performance as the Nazi Colonel, Christoph Waltz had better win an Academy Award.

Dance Flick
Dance Flick(2009)

Had a few laughs but that's all there is to it.
Too many repetitive jokes like from Scary Movie(s) and such.
Overall, another spoof movie you should watch drunk or if you're really bored (like I was).

Gin gwai (The Eye)

First of all, the conception of this movie is interesting.
A girl, who's been blind most of her life, gets a cornea transplant. Then, it's as if she's seeing through the donor's eyes.
She starts seeing shadows of the people who come to take some person with them, and then after a bit, that person dies.
The girl starts having nightmares, and she starts thinking those visions were the reason she was blind in the first place. Like, some things are better off not to be seen.
The mistery starts to unfold, as the movie goes on and it's intriguing to see how the girl deals with all that's she's going through; seeing people, and knowing that they're about to die, plus learning about her donor's life.
This movie gets a huge thumbs up from me.


Another poorly done remake of a Japanese movie.
At least this one had better acting than the others.
But that's about it.

Ringu (Ring)
Ringu (Ring)(1998)

This is definitely one of the best j-horror movies out there. Chilling to the bone, a mystery about a killer tape, which leads to putting back the puzzle, piece by piece in order to uncover what's behind it all.
A must watch for all horror fans.

The Ring
The Ring(2002)

The only decent remake Americans have ever made.
It was both mysterious and even a bit frightening at times.
The original still remains the best, though.

Spider-Man 3
Spider-Man 3(2007)

Definitely not as good as the previous two flicks.
Had some new ideas but if felt kind of unfinished in the end.

Meet the Spartans

These kind of movies need to be erased from film history.

Scary Movie
Scary Movie(2000)

The best parody movie by far. The jokes are funny and you don't get bored watching it. That's what I can't tell about the newest spoof flicks. This one's a classic.

One Missed Call

I barely got through this crap of a comedy.

Jonas Brothers: The 3D Concert Experience

Without having actually watched the movie, I can say that this is a total excuse for a concert.
Simply designed for taking money from brainless, brainwashed teen girls.

Mean Girls
Mean Girls(2004)

Now that is one chick flick that needs to be seen.
Tina Fey is simply a genius at writing AND acting.
Plus, Lindsay Lohan and the others deliver awesome performances.
Which all results in an absurdly hilarious movie.

Saw II
Saw II(2005)

The creators really stepped their game up for this one.
There's a whole new depth to Jigsaw's, the villain's behind all of this, character. We see flashbacks, which explain a lot about his previous life as an every day person. And why did he become what he is now, in the movie.
When the detectives arrive at Jigsaw's lair, there's a whole new twist, as they find the monitors, and see the group of people trapped in the house. One of them turns out to be the detective's son.
Those eight people in the house are all very different, but they have something in common, which connects them all. It's very inciting to watch those people try to figure a way out of the nightmare they had awakened to.
The traps are as gory as ever and very nicely done.
The negotiation dialogues between the puppet master and the detective are.
There's also a perfect soundtrack. Charlie Clouser is really one of the best composers out there.
The ending had a flawless twist. One no one had ever expected.
In my opinion, without a doubt, the best movie of the series.

Get Smart
Get Smart(2008)

This was a very enjoyable comedy film.
The spoofs of agent 007-like movies were nicely done and the funny bits had me laughing a lot.
The acting was good on most part, especially great performances delivered by the main actors.
You wouldn't want to miss this.

The Hitcher
The Hitcher(2007)

So, we've got another remake on our hands.
This one was no exception, and made its way to the horrendous movie department.
The action sequences were bizzare, the hitcher - somewhat unrealistic.. and like all the infamous hollywood remakes, it's absolutely not frightening.


Sacha Baron Cohen promises and delivers.
The sketches had me laughing throughout the whole movie. There's no better way to get back at homophobes and all those christian priests who are calling themselves "gay converters".

Turistas (Paradise Lost)

Undoubtedly, one of the worst movies ever made. Almost all of the acting was atrocious. The movie really failed to deliver, even though it had a pretty promising plot. There was none action whatsoever and it didn't even look like a horror movie except for one or two scenes. It also lacked character development.
Overall, the whole movie was an utter disappointment.


The movie doesn't lack suspension and quite often you catch yourself waiting and wondering what will happen next.
Character development never fails amd Shia Labeouf is at his best. He flawlessly portrays the image of a teen, who is way too curious for his own good.
It definitely is one of the better examples on the thriller scene in awhile. Fans of the genre wouldn't want to miss this.

Stay Alive
Stay Alive(2006)

It was an okay movie with a fairly interesting plot.
Don't expect anything spectacular out of this.
The acting could have been done better and some more plot twists would have been good.
The ending turned out to be pretty nice, though.

Rush Hour
Rush Hour(1998)

It's a fun, entertaining movie. Jackie Chan and Chris Tucker together make a hilarious duo.
The action sequences were well done and the fight scenes were also great.
The downside was a bit of predictability regarding the plot because it has been done countless times before.
But nevertheless, it is a classic comedy, which you wouldn't want to miss.

The Dark Knight

Without a doubt, the best Batman movie ever made.
Explosive, dynamic action scenes along with a perfect, unforgettable performance by Heath Ledger makes this a total must watch.


This is a great, action-packed flick.
Futurist gunfight sequences are off the hook.
And then there's Angelina Jolie in it.
What's there not to like?