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A descent horror flick with a pretty interesting plot.
A great horror flick. The story was good, and the tension kept on going. Some pretty scary and intense scenes/imagery in here. One of my favorites of the After Dark series.
A descent horror flick with very little scares\kills. Not only is it slow, but the gay character could have been cut out of this movie.
Eh. A Been there, done that kind of movie. All I have to say about it.
One of the best animated movies I've seen in a long time. It's hysterical, fun, action-packed, and very clever. Makes me want to go out and buy every Lego set in the world and play with legos. Go see it. Now.
I had a good time watching this film. Possibly the greatest movie involving Nazi's, ever. The blood\gore was brutal and amazing. The story was fantastic. The acting was pretty good. The whole thing was just action packed and filled with good scares\blood. I loved it!
Now this is what I call a movie! Not only was it much more fast-paced and action-packed as the first, but I was more entertained through this film than any other movie I know. The CGI was great as always...and let's just give a quick round of applause for Smaug, our antagonist of the series. Wow. What a villian. I saw this film in IMAX 3D, and I'm happy I did, because it really made the movie a lot better. Now a lot of people seem to be complaining about the ending that left a HUGE cliffhanger that almost felt like the end of an episode of some TV series rather than an actual movie ending...personally, I didn't really mind it, although, they could've ended it better. The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug is not only a big step up to the franchise, but also leaves you pumped for the next and final installment of the series.
It's definitely no LOTR...But it's still a pretty cool movie. Sure, it took it's time to try to tell the story and dragged on for a little too long, but other than that, the special effects were great, and it was entertaining as hell. It's a good introduction to The Hobbit franchise.
Is it weird that I found this one funnier than the first one? Anchorman 2 had me laughing so hard I dun-diddly pooped my pants. With a hilarious cast and a bizarre third act, Anchorman 2 is one of the funniest movies of the year. Seriously though, that third act, just...What the hell...
I don't find it as hilarious as other people say it is, but it's still pretty funny. Will Ferrell plays a pretty good role, that's for sure.
By far, one of the best movies of the year. Despite its lengthy run time, my eyes were glued to the screen the entire time, and I was on the edge of my seat, dying to see what was going to happen next. It's the story of 2 little girls who go missing and their families. Hugh Jackman plays the father of one of the missing kids and Jake Gyllenhaal plays the detective. I'm not going to get too deep into the story, but lets just say it's one of the best thriller/dramas I've seen in a while. and I'm not even a fan of these kinds of movies! Usually I just walk away halfway through the movie, finding it boring and tedious. But this has to be one of the best of its kind. It's a very sad and disturbing viewing experience, but I would highly suggest anybody to go and watch this film.
I'm not a big fan of black and white movies, or silent films in that matter. But this one really got to me. It's eerie music and hauntingly creepy atmosphere are what makes this film so good. It is said to be one of the first films to ever be made to have a twist ending, and it was a very good one too. I did not see it coming. It's a very creepy little film that I think all of us should appreciate and enjoy, because without it, we wouldn't have the kind of movies we have out today.
A pretty sweet flick. One of the only movies that LITERALLY kept me on the edge of my seat. It gets pretty intense, and has you wondering what's going to happen next. The visuals and effects are flat-out amazing; wouldn't be surprised if it gets nominated for best special effects at the academy awards. A really great film. Sandra Bullock is hot. The End.
Just saw this movie for the first time today. Loved it!
James Wan is one of my favorite modern horror directors. All of his movies have this dark, scary tone to them that only he could pull off. I honestly don't think he's made one bad movie. And it is a shame to hear that this will be his last horror movie he'll ever do (I have no interest in seeing Fast and Furious 7. Sorry James). But Insidous: Chapter 2 is still a very creepy movie with plenty of twists and turns, a lot of good scares, and even some witty humor. Yeah, this movie is a bit more comedic than his other films. James Wan is the only guy who could pull off 2 good horror movies within one year. That takes a lot of talent, and I respect him for that. But I do gotta say this is his weakest movie yet. I do think The Conjuring, the first Insidious, Saw, and even Dead Silence are all somewhat better than this movie. It's very good, and scary, don't get me wrong. But it's just not as strong as his previous movies, and I definitely feel like he could make one last movie before he says goodbye to the horror genre. This wasn't a very good last movie, and I feel like he could make another one to make up for this one. But despite the negativity on the film, it still has some genuinely creepy scenes with a very smart plot. It answers a lot of questions the first one left us asking and makes it way more clear now. I do suggest you go see Insidious: Chapter 2, but be aware that its not as strong as his last movies.
I enjoyed The Call a lot. I wasn't expecting much from it, but it turned out to be very suspenseful and kept me on the edge of my seat almost the whole time. The second act of the film was my favorite, where there was this one, long car chase. After that, the movie kind of falls flat and a lot of clichés start to kick in, but all and all, I think The Call is a very underrated thriller, and better than the ones you see today.