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Alone in the Dark
6 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

crap there is no other word for it

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 2
6 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

An intense conclusion to one of the best series of all time. It is truly the ending the series deserves, even though t isn't entirely true to the book and there should have been parts added that would have made it even better. it makes up for it with brilliant direction, believable acting, an emotional storyline/dialoge and great visual effects, everything i expected from it and more. a worthy ending to a great series

Step Up 3
Step Up 3 (2010)
6 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

In the beginning of this movie i had hope for an artfully created movie with a nice style during the documentary, real world beginning part which really carried emotional and realistic weight it wasn't until 5 minuetes later that i realized what this movie was actually going to be. It started out with some very dull dialogue and stiff acting, so i knew i shouldn't expect much from the rest of the movie, what really set me off about how awful it will be was the next scene where nike had to throw in some product placement, which made me feel like the movie was just going to be a cash in for the actors and director. as it probably was.

the plot is laughable at best and feels like it was pulled straight from 1980's underdog movies, yet it fails to pull off this premise. it is unimaginative and brings nothing to the table. i feel like it used a textbook formula for the plot and had no desire to hide it in any way. dull, boring and boarding on "so bad its good" the plot could have been conceived by a 10 year old with a note pad. The acting in this movie also fails to impress, the actors obviously arn't full time actors and you can tell they are there for dancing (which isn't necessarily a bad thing) but i feel at least one or two good actors wouldn't hurt, in fact it would make them more believable. I can't even comment on character development since the actors feel as lively as robots.

I feel i have been bashing this movie quite a bit, which i guess isn't fair since this movie is primarily for dancing, which it accomplishes, the choreography is great and well done. But i am not one to watch a movie for dancing and enjoy it, thats what i have online videos for.

all in all this movie is entirely cliche, has awful acting, an unimaginative plot and the 3d feels like a forced gimmick but the choreography does not fail to impress although it can not pull the movie's weight.

1 out of 5 stars

Transformers (2007)
6 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

i personnaly thought this movie was pretty good. it had a lot of unneeded sounds and shakey cameras but hey it was still pretty good

Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas
6 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

It's my personal opinion that this is one of the most creative movies i have seen and most definitely one of the best drug movies. its funny but it really doesn't seem to have to great of a plot. but the comedy and characters are funny and easily likable. i don't think this movie is for everyone but i do think that i liked it. It also seems like the type of movie snobbish people would stick there nose up at.