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John Wick: Chapter 2
25 days ago via Rotten Tomatoes

Imagine not accepting Keanu Reeves as one of the greatest action stars of all time. Appreciate the blessings Reeves has given you.

The actions sequences in this movie are like a fucking orchestra and Johnathan Wick is the god damn conductor.

Logan (2017)
25 days ago via Rotten Tomatoes

Comic book movies that don't feel like comic book movies are the best type of comic book movies.

Laura might be my new favorite Super Hero.

Logan is essentially The Wrestler meets Midnight Special with John Wick's action all disguised as a western movie. And it was fucking glorious.

Kong: Skull Island
25 days ago via Rotten Tomatoes

Now this is how you make a fucking monster movie. I came to see this movie because I wanted to see Kong fuck shit up and he indeed fucks shit up!

Kong: Skull Island is a whole lot of fun. It's a very well crafted film. The post Vietnam War setting works great. The special effects are superb. Fantastic usage of CGI; all of the creatures are very detailed and look great. The aesthetics of the environment are awesome. The visuals are top-notch. There are several fantastic monster moments. Kong's final battle is dope as shit. Probably the best monster fight I've ever seen on screen.

This movie could almost be classified as a B-Movie. A really really well done B-Movie. There's a lot of cheesy moments, but it never goes full on cheese mode. John C. Reilly wields a katana. A machine gun gets mounted on a dinosaur skull. For gosh sakes Samuel L. Jackson basically wants to take on Kong by himself. There are so many silly moments, but I ate them all up. Going into this film I had heard how bad the script and writing was. After seeing the movie I really didn't think it was bad. Could it have been better? Definitely. I think the all-around solid performances kind of masked the lackluster script. I personally really enjoyed John C. Reilly and Samuel L. Jackson's characters. Both of them elevated the human portion of the film. The others could have been better, but I wouldn't say anyone was bad. Anyway, I had myself a great time with Kong: Skull Island.

Beauty and the Beast
25 days ago via Rotten Tomatoes

The opening musical number gave me the same feeling I had during the entirety of La La Land.

Movies with an over-bloated production design are becoming my bread and butter.

Emma Watson was the perfect choice for Belle.

Usually I hate Josh Gad, but I really enjoyed him in this movie.

Luke Evans was incredibly entertaining as Gaston.

The voice acting was incredible across the board. Sir Ian McKellen and Ewan McGregor knock it out of the park.

All of the musical numbers are an absolute blast. I want to see this movie again just so I can see all the musical numbers again.

I wasn't a big fan of how The Beast looked. But Dan Stevens gave a really good performance as him.

As far as I'm concerned Beauty and the Beast is the best live-action Disney film thus far.

Saban's Power Rangers
25 days ago via Rotten Tomatoes

An hour and 40 minutes of character development leads to a final 20 minutes of poorly done action with terrible CGI. This movie takes the origin story to the extreme. This is a Power Rangers movie and no one puts on a damn power rangers suit until 90 minutes in. When they finally put the suits on, their face mask is up the entire time!

The one thing I liked about this movie was the characters. They're pretty interesting and I ended up liking them all. But come on, did we really need over 90 minutes of these kids!? Usually I'm all about character development, but this isn't the type of movie where I need an overabundance of it! I also enjoyed Elizabeth Banks hamming it the fuck up. The real Power Rangers is cheesy as hell. She actually fit in with what Power Rangers actually is. If you've seen the original show, all of the villains are completely ridiculous and over the top. She is absolutely ridiculous in this movie, but she was the only thing in the entire movie that embodied what Power Rangers actually IS!

Everything else in this movie aside from the characters completely sucks. The dialogue is cringeworthy. The story is totally generic. The CGI is awful. The suits looked terrible. The Ranger's Zords looked like garbage. Goldar and Megazord looked like complete and utter shit. The action is so poorly done and almost non-existent. The original show was all about over the top martial arts and this movie has NO over the top martial arts. There are also several songs placed in this movie that don't fit whatsoever. A fucking training montage with HandClap by Fitz and the Tantrums playing? WTF!? lol

This just didn't feel anything at all like the Power Rangers I watched as a kid.