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Grave of the Vampire
5 months ago via Rotten Tomatoes

Mediocre film. The plot is somewhat decent but dumb. Nice climatic ending though fails at the end. So-so characters. There really isn't a good flow, but it has some potential.

The Animatrix
The Animatrix (2003)
9 months ago via Rotten Tomatoes

An interesting short that fits great with the other Matrix movies while exploring new grounds. The animation is great, and the story is pretty good for a film that lasts under 20 minutes. There is a bit of sexual stuff in the beginning and some blood throughout, but it's an entertaining short that not only sets up the basics for the 2nd and 3rd film, but also a video game. It's worth a look into if you enjoyed any of The Matrix films, and is the best of the Animatrix shorts in my opinion.

Turbo: A Power Rangers Movie
11 months ago via Rotten Tomatoes

Turbo plays out like a extra-long episode of Power Rangers, a particularly dull one that doesn't have a dept plot. The effects are close to the show, most of them are pretty low-budget looking but at least it's not terrible CGI again. Turbo brings nothing exciting to the table, being a mediocre Power Rangers story and a fairly terrible movie on its own.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows
11 months ago via Rotten Tomatoes

There's nothing particularly great about the 2nd installment of the recent TMNT reboot. It serves as a live-action cartoon to will entertain the kids and please the fanbase. The film handles the characters better than the first film- to the point where this actually feels like a true Ninja Turtles movie. Not all of the jokes work, the plot is messy, and the action is sore to the eyes- but it's fun entertainment for those who are looking for it.

Batman: Return Of The Caped Crusaders
11 months ago via Rotten Tomatoes

What's this? A DC Original Animated Movie that is smartly written, fun, and captures the spirit of what it's adapting? Not simply a extended episode serving as a homage to the original 60's series, but actually a true Batman '66 feature-length adventure. Sure, the returning cast members may sound their age- but they sure sound like they're having the same kind of fun they had back in the day. And they thought Batman couldn't be thing way again.