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Terminator Salvation
7 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes
½

Reliving the Past is one of the things about this movie, that made me think of how it compared with the old ones.

I would say it had the non-stop action, and part of it was, because they spent 200 million on the movie budget. the quilty of the movie was great.

It started in the year 2019, fifthteen years after the Marcus Wright signing the papers, for donating his body to the Government. I can't tell you the whole story, but i wanna say something, that you might wanna hear, here it goes: Did the Humans have something to do with the Terminators, like did they build them, then screwed up, then now there trying clean up there mistake, by killing them and telling lies, i was just wondering.
--A.Haynes--

Pirates of the Caribbean: At Worlds End
7 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

Pirate of the Carribbean:At World's End, has made a big impact for Walt Disney. One of the movies you'll have to watch over and over again.

At the end of the second movie of pirates. I thought that Jack(Johnny Depp) wasn't meant to die, by getting swallowed by a monster. But I knew, at end of movie, they had to make a trilogy. And happens to be so.

The third is packed with action. Jack is trapped in Davey Jones Locker. Barbossa(Geoffrey Rush),Will Turner(Orlando Bloom), and Elizabeth(Keira Knightley) heads towards the direction of Jack. During there voyage, they came down a huge waterfall, with their ship wrecked. Jack licks a rock, that transforms into a crab, then the crab kept producing more, and then moved Jack's ship on to shore. There he meets Barbossa and the others. It takes him a while to pick the pirates, he wants aboard, because three of them tried to kill him in the past. But makes a deal and they all set to shore to meet the 9 lords to unleash Calypso, to help them fight Davy Jones, and Lord Beckett.

The end is for you to watch, and reveal yourself.

--A.Haynes--

Click
Click (2006)
7 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes
½

The movie Click gives good message to the parent's. The message is, that family comes first, and Adam Sandler playing Michael Newman, has done a good job giving the point of the movie, with humor involved.

But I've been reading other comments, and one that strikes me, was when a person writes a review, he usually has a pretty good sense of the movie, but copy's, or puts in a well known ed sentence. I'm not saying how someone should write a review, but what I'm saying is that you need to interest the reader, and don't say, "the movie was like a trailer, the whole hour", or some other time.

I know that you might give the reader of how the movie was, and put in that sentence, but you could also, write your own style of the movie. But let me say my portion of the movie. This was made in 2006, and I had say it, did well on special effects. Truly, the movie had many laughing scenes. But the effects took its place first.

I highly recommend this as a family movie, there isn't anything that will offend your family. Sure it has some language, but sometimes it is needed for Adam Sandler movies.

--A.Haynes--

Big
Big (1988)
7 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes
½

The movie explains the importance of growing up threw childhood.

The movie Big (1988) does a great job, viewing the essence of childhood and adult life. It starts out with Josh(Tom Hanks), a typical 12-year-old boy, at a carnival. He sees Cynthia Benson, the girl that he likes. He wants to take a ride with her, but the Ticket Taker won't allow him go through because he isn't tall enough. Then he sees a machine that looks mysterious. The machine asks him to make a wish, so he chooses to be Big.

The next morning he gets transformed into a adult. His mother doesn't believe that he's Josh. She thinks the man in her house is a burglar. She threatens Josh to get out of the house. Josh goes to find his best friend to get help. His best friend, Billy, helps him get a hotel room to stay for one night. He needs to get a job and try to live as an adult. Living as an adult, he gets promoted to Vice President of a toy company. He is enjoying his job and has an encounter with a woman.

He has to choose to go back or stay Big.

--A.Haynes--