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Beauty and the Beast
5 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

This is probably my favorite Disney animated movie next to The Lion King. Sheer brilliance.

G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra
6 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes
½

Those who love the 80's would know what G.I. Joe is. It is a action figure line and cartoon that focuses on the battle of Joe vs. Cobra. A touchstone in 1980's pop culture, they still make Joe toys today. In the summer of 2009, Paramount, Hasbro(the people that make G.I. Joe toys), and Stephen Sommers (the director of The Mummy) released a film based on the toys and Saturday morning cartoon called G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra. It's basically the story of how it all began. The two main characters are Channing Tatum (Step Up) as Duke and Marlon Wayans (one of the Wayans brothers) as Ripcord. They join Joe and they must prevent attacks on the world. The film is a bit slow, it's not exactly scientifically accurate, the acting isn't that great, but yet it doesn't matter. It's just a dumb, enjoyable action movie. Frankly, it's a lot better than another Hasbro movie that was released the same year, Transformers 2. Mainly because it the story makes sense, and the story is better. Personally, I like it more than Transformers 2. If you ask me , a very good man would say it best. It's like a fast food hamburger. It's not good for you, it has no redeeming quality whatsoever, but that's what you want, and that's what you're going to get, and that's what I got when I saw this movie. YO JOE!

Superman Returns
6 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes
½

If you're like me, you love superheroes and their movies. And who better to see fight crime than the first superhero, Superman. In this film, the Man of Steel returns to Earth after five years of searching for the remains of his home planet Krypton. He finds that Lois Lane is engaged to Perry White's nephew Richard White and has a son. Meanwhile, Lex Luthor is planning to wipe out half of America to make room for a new continent made of Kryptonite. Of course you'd know the drill. Superman must save the day and all that jazz. But how it is played out is very compelling, and the visual effects can't be beat. This installment of the Superman franchise is directed by Bryan Singer (The first two X-
Men films, The Usual Suspects) and he brings a fresh, contemporary take on Supes, and I think it's the best since the first two films.