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Suicide Squad
Suicide Squad (2016)
55 days ago via Rotten Tomatoes

It's not nearly as bad as Man of Steel, but it's not nearly as good as a number of other movies you could watch. The plot is paper thin, it gets pretty cliche at times, and everyone's favorite part (Harley Quinn) is the most annoying in my opinion. This is 99% because I feel the coy, goofy, over-confident super hero/villain is entirely too played out, and 1% because of the way Margot Robbie says "puddin." If you're all in on the DC universe, and I don't know why you would be, you'd enjoy this film. If you're not, or if you're like me and are all out of the superhero genre all together, then don't waste your time & money (For the record, I only wasted my time).

Sausage Party
Sausage Party (2016)
55 days ago via Rotten Tomatoes

This movie isn't one you will talk about for years to come, but it's a fun watch for a pretty dry time for movies. Some characters (Kroll) get annoying, but this movie stays afloat with some clever food/social metaphors and puns until it goes all out in a final climactic (for lack of a better term) hilarious scene that just needs to be seen to wrap your head around. It's a decent watch, and will always have the distinction of being the first 3D animated R rated film, but that is about it.

Zootopia (2016)
4 months ago via Rotten Tomatoes

This film separates itself from animated films like it with a screenplay that is topical and meta. The animation is nice, the characters are lovable, the story is engrossing and there are some very funny moments. The story's end isn't great, but this is because the beginning/middle of the story raises the bar so high that the finale doesn't quite reach it, so I cannot hold too much against the writers for simply being too good at the start. Overall a great film with a great message for everyone.

Captain America: Civil War
5 months ago via Rotten Tomatoes

This is probably Marvel at its finest. No lackluster villain who stalls and gets overpowered in the final act, less cringeworthy comedy relief, and an interesting internal struggle that keeps my attention. I do take issue with some simplified themes, but the action sequences and balancing of characters, specifically all in the climactic airport fight sequence, is something to behold. Marvel may be returning to regular comic book villains in the coming features, so you have to enjoy the break from them while you can, I know I definitely enjoyed it here.

The Big Short
The Big Short (2015)
5 months ago via Rotten Tomatoes

Adam McKay does a great job taking a convoluted subject and turning it into a very comprehensible film. All actors do a great job, especially Bale, Carell and Gosling, and the directing is unique with it's cutaways. This film is both funny and fascinating, and while I realize a lot of it is compressed and dramatized, the fact that this is all true (by Hollywood standards, but still this happened to some degree) is stunning.