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Rating History

Downfall (Der Untergang)
6 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

One of the most stunning performances I have ever seen in my life by Bruno, who does an absolutely incredible job at capturing Hitler in all of his dimensions. On top of that, it literally looks like some of the actors are the actual people taken from history. Himmler's actor is a dead-ringer, as is Goebbel's actor. Whoever found these people deserves huge props for that. Overall, I'd say it was perfectly done. From the frightening rants (that yielded some of the funniest videos on youtube) to the exploration of Hitler as a man, which he was, and people tend to forget. It captured the epic crash and burn of Hitler's thousand-year regime in a movie that was, in my opinion, flawlessly made.

The Expendables
7 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

Exactly what I hoped for: Over the top, epic action that was beyond unrealistic but just freakin brutal to watch. The acting was what you would expect from a movie like this: Not deep, but enough so that it's still good for the movie. I don't know what you stuck up douchebags expected, but I got what I expected which was simple, epic action with a healthy helping of simple but effective humor.

The Fourth Kind
7 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

I was freaking the hell out, and I was in the most intense state of O_O in my life at the tape recorder part, but when I realized it was a mockumentary with an incredible sigh of relief, it lost ALL of it's scariness.

(I will admit I did actually think it was based on real events; I mean I am gullible to a degree because I figure that most of these things aren't impossible, therefore it can happen)

Shutter Island
7 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes


After you know what happens at the end, watching it a second time will turn it into a comedy. "There goes Teddy, playing detective again." It was a good movie. Not the best, but good.

2012 (2009)
8 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

It was a ridiculously dumb, implausible, exaggerated movie. but I honestly don't care one bit and enjoyed the neat visuals. You expected too much if you wanted a good story. I went there to see my hometown get sucked into a giant frickin crater and to see which main characters died. That's what I got, and I was happy. Sucks to be you if you wanted to think.