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Movie Ratings and Reviews


Wow... It's Clockwork Orange meets Fight Club.

It's a dark, twisted glimpse into the life and psyche of "Britain's most violent prisoner." I was very much impressed by this film, Tom Hardy was absolutely brilliant as the ultra-violent and deranged Bronson.

It's way better than Nicolas Winding Refn's other film, Drive, in my opinion, and I really liked that film. Bronson is more stylized and has more character and substance than what Drive ever had. But Bronson seriously is a mad gem to be seen and I bet it will be appreciated much more in the future.

Guardians of the Galaxy

GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY is way better than THE AVENGERS. Deal with it.

This was a breath of fresh air that Marvel needed. Scrapping the usual heroes that we're all familiar, this time Marvel takes a huge risk dedicating an entire film to a cast of complete nobodies:

A "Star Wars regect," a "green chick," "Kratos," a "verbally-challenged tree," and a "talking raccoon...?"

I was worried that the concept was so bizarre and far-out unlike anything before it that it was doomed to fail scaring mainstream audiences away.

WOW, was I wrong.

Not only did this film do incredibly well in the box office, it was actually GOOD. It blew my expectations and won me over.

I'm shocked that this film became this successful, it could've easily failed, and I'm so happy that it didn't.

Imagine INDIANA JONES with the goofy space adventures of STAR WARS, STAR TREK, COWBOY BEBOP, and FIREFLY with the witty humor and teamwork of GHOSTBUSTERS played with the irresistibly catchy BOOGIE NIGHTS music. And you got GUARDIANS.

In my opinion, this was best Marvel movie since the first Iron Man.

Starring a rag-tag team of unlikely heroes, the film managed to create a fun action movie stuffed with visual eye-candy, a fantastic '60s/'70s soundtrack, and a funny script-- I mean VERY funny; hitting everything at the right mark and was very quotable, and surprisingly had heart.

And what I loved about this movie is that it didn't take itself seriously. And that was a smart choice.

I can understand people weirded out by its style and premise (believe me, I know it's really weird) but it's trying to do something 100% different for once, and I support that. Give it a chance and see what you think of it.

But a huge gripe from me was the very lame main baddie. He was so painfully generic, not only was he a villain that has been done to death, he was such a huge bore... He only makes up for his faults because of a scene he was in with Chris Pratt (which I will not spoil.)

It's by no means a perfect movie, parts could've been fixed and some characters needed to be fleshed out more, but GUARDIANS delivers exactly what makes an entertaining, fun summer blockbuster while still being emotional and memorable.

An AVENGERS/GUARDIANS crossover is inevitable, and I can't wait to see these lovable losers again some day.

I give GUARDIANS an A-.

The Avengers can keep the Hulk, we got a talking raccoon.

Jingle All the Way

A very, very dumb movie. But I can't stop myself from watching it every Christmas. It's a huge guilty pleasure for me.

And like many Schwarzenegger movies it's very quotable, "PUT THAT COOKIE DOWN, NOW!"

Room 237
Room 237(2013)

Only for die-hard film buffs of Stanley Kubrick and The Shining.

The documentary does "reveal" many things we have not noticed in the film before, but were these put there on purpose by the director or just stupid coincidence? Pretty much the whole movie is that with a random assortment of theorists that come up with the most outrageous ideas of the movie. Some of which make sense, others are just preposterous and ridiculous.

The Amazing Spider-Man

I admit, it's better than Sam Raimi's first Spider-Man movie, but I felt it could've done much more.

Video Games: The Movie

I absolutely LOVE video games, and it pains me that I'm giving this such a low score.

The documentary's heart is in the right place. It interviews mostly the right people from the industry, mentions important historic benchmarks, acknowledges that games are an ever-evolving art form that involve groups of talented people just like movies and music, and shows how much games have influenced millions of lives. Not to mention a beautifully design timeline.

Making a documentary of this scale is a massive undertaking, and there is so much ground to cover. The film wants to talk about EVERYTHING from the industry. It starts out fine, but it later implodes itself with too much content becoming a confused and unfocussed mess, overlong, repeating interviews and footage, and talking way too much in the same, stale, nostalgic tone, and doesn't give any insight or analysis of itself.

It's only meant for its target audience. All in all, it's just nostalgia bait. Just go play video games instead.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

Very stupid. But, could've been better, could've worse...

It's just a rehash of previous incarnations and does very little to improve or reimagine the concept, but with more explosions, big objects flying across the screen, and lots of guns.

The biggest mistake with this film was focussing the majority of the film on Megan Fox than the turtles.

Ok, let's get this straight: Megan Fox was horribly miscasted. She was only given the role as a sorry excuse from Michael Bay, and that her looks would draw in moviegoers... Her terrible acting should NEVER have carried the film, especially with a dumb concept like the Ninja Turtles. Her backstory was completely unnecessary and never had to involve the turtles' origin story. Not for a second did I believe her capacity to emote.

The villains were very simple and boring, their motivations were beyond dry and unbelievable. The turtles' backstory seemed rushed and uninteresting. It was stupidly convenient that they've learned all of their martial arts training from a book in the sewer.

Other than that, the turtles were fine when you get past their hideous looks and stupid jokes. You can't really screw up their personalities.

Any scenes that did not involve the turtles were awkwardly acted and dull, it was embarrassing.

It's a very shallow film, pretty much style-over-substance, what did you expect from a Michael Bay film... The film only benefits with the action scenes and small quirky moments from the turtles.

It's a guilty pleasure for mainstream audiences who don't demand too much...

A better idea is to watch GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY instead.

The Host
The Host(2007)

Surprisingly better than I expected. It's a perfect blend of horror, drama, and black comedy.

Much smarter than many monster movies out there. I highly recommend it.

Citizen Kane
Citizen Kane(1941)


Considered "the greatest film ever made", and it really proves itself that it really is.

Citizen Kane is incredibly flawless in every way. Compelling characters, complex, nonlinear and thought-provoking narrative, impressive camera shots and angles, carefully used lights and shadows, etc. Kane is inventive and extremely influential to cinema.

Orson Welle's masterpiece towers powerfully over every other film before and after it and stands proudly as one of greatest achievements of its medium.

Transformers: Age of Extinction

An overly long, dragged out, loud, meaningless, aimless clusterf$&@.

Movie-goers with low standards can have fun, but the film provides nothing new or anything worthwhile.

As much as people want this series to die already, the fact is that it is a money giant and will keep on existing so long as people keep throwing their money supporting this garbage, it'll never go away... Basically, Michael Bay has his core audience by the balls (wallets), and it's sad and disappointing that people will still watch whatever he throws out.

Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen

This movie is a gigantic waste of time and money.


The first time watching this movie, I did not know what to feel about what I just watched. It took a year until my second viewing and an in-depth analysis about the movie for me to finally fully appreciate it. And I've realized, the movie is absolutely brilliant.

Drive is not like any other action movie, because it's simply NOT an action movie.It's something else.And it succeeds in becoming something very different than other movies today.The movie is slow, dialogue is dry and scarce, but the movie makes up for it in STYLE and art house cinema. The protagonist, played by Ryan Gosling, does not have a name and he is VERY QUIET and mysterious, we don't know anything about him except he is very good at driving, as a stunt driver in movies and even a getaway driver in crime.This movie is not for everyone, but it's definitely worth watching for something new than the obvious and the expected of the ordinary mainstream movies nowadays with explosions, CGI, and brainless action.

A Million Ways to Die in the West

There are " A million ways to die in the West, " and watching this movie is one of them...

So far, the worst movie I've seen in all of 2014.

Stupid, cheap fart jokes. Random and lazy visual gags. A wasted cast. A tired and overdone story. A running time that's way too long. And Seth MacFarlane: a whiny, pompous douchebag who thinks everything he says is funny.

Absolutely nothing funny was in this movie, with the exception of a few tiny surprise cameos, everything else was just poop or dick jokes. I gave it a chance, but it just failed miserably to the absolute lowest denominator.

It's just one painfully long and unfunny, tasteless mess.

Go watch better absurd western-comedies like "Blazing Saddles", "¡Three Amigos!" or "Cannibal! The Musical" then wasting your time with this trash.



I have faith that this movie will do the original Godzilla justice and rid of the shameful 1998 version and renew Godzilla (and the Giant Monster genre) to a new generation.

Drug War
Drug War(2013)

An absolute near-perfect cop movie.

Intelligent, compelling, intense, and the violence is gritty and realistic.

I have to admit, I loved every second of it. Definitely one of my top favorite movies of 2013.

Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2

I kinda liked the first one, so I was expecting a lot this time around.

Unfortunately, it was very disappointing. Lots of inventive visual gags and characters, but I felt the story was very much dumb-downed compared to the first, and I didn't appreciate that. And surprisingly, I had very few laughs this time around. I give them an A for animation, but C- for story and characters.


I have no opinion about this movie yet, I cannot judge a film until I've actually seen it. I LOVED Robocop as a kid and I thought the original was awesome, but I have to agree that a modern remake is very necessary to reintroduce the character to a whole new generation, not to mention a completely new design (and I'm not mad about it at all).

So let's not complain yet, who knows, maybe the movie will be freaking awesome guys! So don't hate it yet and stop living in the past.

Hopefully this remake will do the original justice.


This could be THE movie we didn't get from Pixar's Brave.

I have high expectations for Frozen since Tangled caught me by surprise on how good it was. It looks stunningly beautiful and I can't wait to see it. Hopefully, the trailers (specifically, the Japanese one) do the movie justice.


I have lots of faith in this film. Spike Jonze definitely knows how to make great films. Can't wait to see it!

Walking With Dinosaurs


What a bunch of sellouts. I can't believe they would stoop this low. All potential is now dead and nonexistent.

What a shame...

12 Years a Slave


... Jeez... That was an intense movie...

It was extremely uncomfortable and hard to watch... and it's hard to believe such terrible and inhumane acts of cruelty were true...

Although it is gutwrenching and not easy to sit through, I believe this movie is required for everyone to watch (alongside other tragic films like Schindler's List and Grave of the Fireflies.)

It's a valuable and important to learn that this was once a reality in America's pastime and we must not ignore history.

We must not be ignorant of these truths but instead be wise and knowledgable for the sake of the future.

... That aside, I do think this movie is phenomenal not just for sending a message but for being a film itself.

INCREDIBLE and believable performances by everyone (notably Chiwetel Ejiofor and Michael Fassbender.) Unfortunately, I do think when Brad Pitt finally shows up it's very distracting and takes a bit away from the film, but it's forgivable for such a grand film.

I definitely recommend this to everyone. And for those who are the faint-of-heart: be strong, have an open mind, and please understand.

I don't think I'll ever be the same after watching it...

Definitely one of best (possibly THE best) film I've seen in 2013.




Ernest & Célestine

Simple, cute, and beautifully drawn.

We're The Millers

It's not good, and it's not bad either.

Ehh. It's alright for a quick laugh, nothing too special.

Jackass - The Movie

This is not even a movie...

This is just a butch of friggin' idiots hurting themselves in the most ridiculous and grotesque ways...


It's a guilty pleasure, these shameless retards inflict pain to each other and to themselves no matter how many times they have to break their bones just for our amusement.

And well, I actually like it.

Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa


The trailer ruins the entire movie. It spoils everything and you are not surprised when you actually watch it.

The movie was okay I guess. Not as funny or original as the Jackass skits. It's a mixed bag between try-hard attempts at shock humor but still has some pretty funny moments. It's not as bad as I expected, nor good.

It's exactly what you expect though: Stupid, gross, toilet humor.

(Also, give that kid props, he can act.)

Scary Movie 5


WORST FILM I've ever seen in 2013, and IN MY ENTIRE LIFE...

What a piece-of-crap abomination. Extremely terrible, shameless, dirt cheap, and awful in every way...

Watching this atrocity was painful eye-torture...

No enjoyment came in my viewing experience...

Only ANGER....

Violent, raging, anger...

The film is devoid of any human creativity. Shamefully milking franchises. It's meaningless, immature, tasteless, filled with poorly done slapstick. Pointless, dumb celebrity cameos. Uninspired, extremely awful attempts at "humor" and human intelligence. Only a dead, decomposing dog corpse can come up with anything in this. Actually: this film is a disgrace to all dead, decomposing dog corpses everywhere.

They have absolutely no understanding of what they're parodying, they shove pointless movie references for no reason at all just for the sake of having it in.

They make fun of Paranormal Activity which was released 6 years ago... And they made fun of the new Evil Dead which only released a week prior... And it makes fun of Inception, Black Swan, and Rise of the Planet of the Apes for NO F@#$ING REASON...

All of which, done poorly in every way possible.

Idiotic. Extremely idiotic.

I hated it. I hated every second of it.

I am angry...

Truly angry...

Everyone involved in the production of this film is a disgrace. You are all the worst of humanity and only care for the cheap, quick money...

I don't care who you are, if you actually liked this film: PLEASE. YOU. NEED. HELP.


Somebody PLEASE to hit me in the head with a hammer to make me forget this trash...

Go fuck yourself movie.

A Hijacking
A Hijacking(2013)

Tense, gutwrenching, and very realistic.

I do feel like the film's pacing was painstakingly long, but that only complements the actual prolonging, tedious, and agonizing days of the captivity of the crewmen and negotiations with the pirates.


Tense, intelligent, and a throwback to classic 70s cinema.

After Gone Baby Gone and The Town, Ben Affleck still has the talent of a great director and it goes to show that he's a better at that than he is at acting, but his acting did improve this time in Argo.The movie is brilliant. Solid acting from Affleck, Cranston, Goodman and Arkin. It's hard to believe that this whole crazy scheme was true, which amazes me that it really did happen and succeeded. The climax was very suspenseful which made me sit on the edge of my seat and make me feel as if I was really in the situation.Although not exactly perfect, it's still a very good movie. Definitely was worth my time. Can't wait to see more from Affleck.

Disneyland Dream

An interesting documentation of the 1950s middle-class family winning a trip to Disneyland, California.

It's very fascinating look in history seeing how the American family once was, as well as Disneyland itself.

The Incredibles

The superhero movie that EVERY superhero movie should be more like.

It's VERY well crafted with top-notch action, engaging narrative, superb and memorable cast, hilarious and witty jokes, dazzling and detailed animation.

It's a fun superhero film to watch while still retaining the charm and heart like a real family. It's very daring as it challenges young viewers and Pixar's own limits, as well as the "kid-friendly image" of Disney, by giving it an adult edge that a lot of animated films avoid.

But even with all the risks, it retains and captures the "heart and feel" of the other Pixar films and it deserves to stand among them as one of their greatest achievements. Possibly, their best film.

What else can I say about the movie? The Incredibles is just damn INCREDIBLE.

Upstream Color


Yeah sorry. I tried giving this movie a chance but it's way too abstract, empty, emotionless, self-absorbed and irritably pretentious for me.

I applaud its ambition, but in the end, I felt nothing for this film...

Attack the Block

Mixing science-fiction and comedy, Attack the Block is pretty original and very entertaining.

Of all the places to have an alien invasion, it had to be on this block. A gang of English teens have to defend their territory against a horde of big and vicious aliens, all the while just making us laugh.

The movie is not to be taken seriously. And it's just dumb teens fighting aliens. And the aliens are not scary and have a very bland design. But I guess it doesn't matter. It's still fun to watch.

Great movie to watch with friends and you'll have a fun time.

21 Jump Street

Very fun to watch, and I really enjoyed myself with this movie.

21 Jump Street takes an outrageous and hilarious approach blending the buddy-cop and high school teen genres with today's sense of humor. And it works very well.

A Town Called Panic (Panique au village)

One of the most absolute original movies I have ever seen in my life.

It's an incredibly weird stop motion film with plastic miniature toys, yet brilliantly unique with its fast, zany, random, and outlandish sense of humor. It's all over the place, and it's very unpredictable.

All I can say, it's an enjoyable out-of-control ride with fast, quirky, cartoonish dialogue and the most strangest of fictionalized worlds. I actually liked it!


This movie may satisfy ordinary moviegoers but the film all together is just trash.

All there really is in this movie is just a bland plot, a terrible script, explosions, Megan Fox, and giant robots punching each other. There were SO MUCH material thrown into this movie that was completely unnecessary... Like useless supporting characters, lame jokes, the additional military plot.

The CGI robots may be cool to look at, but the whole movie does not make up for how bad this movie is.

Despicable Me

Good movie for the kids to enjoy. Steve Carell plays great as an "evil genius" and it sounds like he's enjoying himself.

Surprisingly much more funnier than I thought it would be.

The Little Mermaid

I don't know when...

I don't know how...

But I know something's starting right now!

Watch and you'll see!

Some day I'll be...



Honestly, one of THE best movies I have ever seen in my entire life.

A very talented ensemble perfectly casted, the narrative cuts back and forth without ever losing its momentum and matched perfectly with another action. The movie had a LOT of surprises and I had no idea where this movie was going and I was enjoying the ride. At times it was funny, at timese it was frustratingly tense and dramatic, and many times were people extremely sad about their lives.

I've never seen any movie like this and I am glad I've spent my time watching it. Paul Thomas Anderson, I freaking love you.


Surprisingly, this strange, random, nonsensically silly short was nominated for an ACADEMY AWARD.

This short is also very influential and paved way for future YouTube's sense of humor.

Godzilla, King of the Monsters!

Pretty much a butchered, rushed and weirdly paced version of the original Godzilla movie.

The new inserted scenes with Raymond Burr are blatantly obvious and sticks out like a sore thumb, his annoying voiceovers, not to mention the laughable non-synched dubbing and this version's acting doubles of the original cast that blatantly cover their faces.

Overall, I still enjoyed it for being a cheesy and ruined version. DEFINITELY GO WATCH THE ORIGINAL which is the SUPERIOR version.

Cowboy Bebop: The Movie (Kaubôi Bibappu: Tengoku no Tobira)

Oh look, it's an anime movie that is ACTUALLY GOOD.

If you have never watched the TV series, this movie is a great introduction to the show, Cowboy Bebop. It's full of action, the characters are smart mouthed, the animation is well done and the stays true to the original anime series.

Grave of the Fireflies (Hotaru no haka)

Powerfully moving, emotional and heartbreaking.

Grave of the Fireflies unflinchingly displays in great detail the sorrows of war and the tragic suffering of the innocent people who are not even involved with the war.

Arguably Miyazaki's masterpiece. There's no doubt in my mind, this is the saddest movie I've ever seen in my life and has made a huge impact to my life.

The Blob
The Blob(1958)

A "good/bad" film.

Great for a laugh at how awful it is, expected in a B-movie.

Once Upon a Time in the West

A Western masterpiece!Sergio Leone perfected the genre with this film which far surpasses his previous iconic film, The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly, in every way.Expertly shot camerawork with large, breathtaking American landscapes and perfect choices of the mise en scene.Characters are appealing, cool, sympathetic, at times funny or even despicable. You'll love and hate them.The movie isn't dialogue heavy and consists of deep, intense stares which in my opinion is better than words and only adds to the drama and theme of the movie just anticipating for when the violence finally starts on screen.All I can say is that Once Upon a Time in the West is a perfect movie. It will definately teach you ways how to shoot a film if you aspire to become a filmmaker. It's entertaining, thrilling, and just plain badass.Check it out!

Run Lola Run
Run Lola Run(1999)

This movie is fast-paced and unique, but there's so much random crap that pops out of nowhere as if it's trying to be "artistic" and never once did they explain Lola's strange "powers" (like traveling back in time and screaming like screeching chalkboards.)

Mac & Devin Go To High School

Terrible, stupid, pointless, and unfunny.

Executed poorly and not even cleverly handled.

Shameless movie's purpose is to only promote Snoop Dogg and Wiz Khalifa's own music and shoving how good weed is down our throats and is NOT a bit convincing about it. Just a bunch of wasted effort.

But the songs are at least very catchy, "Young, Wild and Free" is pretty good. But the entire film is just AWFUL and UNBEARABLE... Just one long stretched-out music video.

I've seen better stoner movies...

Spider-Man 2
Spider-Man 2(2004)

Definitely the best Spider-Man movie out there, actually, one of the best superhero movies out there.

Spidey must confront yet another nemesis that threatens his beloved ones and New York City. But what sets this movie apart from other superhero movies is that this movie has a heart. It's entertaining, clever, and actually pretty funny. And the action scenes were top-notch.

Definitely worth watching.


The most heart-breaking and humane movie I have ever seen...I will never be the same after watching this...

From Up On Poppy Hill

Just saw the movie From Up on Poppy Hill.

Before I say anything, I F#$%ING LOVE STUDIO GHIBLI FILMS.

They make such unique films filled with so much heart and look so BEAUTIFUL that only Studio Ghibli can make.

I pretty much watch all of their movies, all great films. So I had big expectations for their latest film, Poppy Hill.

Does it hold up? ... well...

So what's the movie about?

Poppy Hill takes place in 1960s Japan. A young girl named Umi meets a boy named Shun. Yeah, it's pretty much predictable after that.

Umi lost her father in the Korean War and is left to take care of a "rooming" home while her mom is studying at a university in America. So when she meets Shun at their high school jumping off a building, their lives will never be the same.

Okay okay, I won't spoil too much of the story, but I'll just say just ONE thing...


I won't say anything about it, but I'LL SAY WHAT I SAID during the movie:


You'll just have to watch the movie to find out what I mean. ;)

So what did I think of the movie?

It's pretty simple and straightforward. It's an innocent, melodramatic love story.

BUT it's utterly predictable and underwhelming. Compared to previous Miyazaki films, it's the least magical. I appreciate their realistic approach but characters seem so bland and stale. I don't believe I remember any characters from the movie. I know they're pretty innocent, but there's no excuse for lacking any interesting quality. But honestly, this is not the only Ghibli film that has stale personalities. Many Ghibli films are guilty of this.

Animation-wise it's high quality and backgrounds are beautiful as expected from a Ghibli film. Nice but forgettable soundtrack, too bad it's not composed by Joe Hishashi.

All I can say is that the movie not that memorable.

Its heart is in the right place, but it just doesn't hold up. It's too typical and ordinary.

It's a Ghibli film but it doesn't FEEL like a GHIBLI film.

But that doesn't mean I didn't LIKE IT of coarse, OH NO, I would never dislike a Ghibli film.


If you're a fan of Miyazaki, DEFINITELY go check this out. But don't expect another Spirited Away or Princess Mononoke.

The Lion King

Incredibly memorable characters and story. It's hard not to like this film.

The film borrows elements from Shakespeare's Hamlet and Bambi and the formula works very well and the songs are catchy.

To this day, I still watch this movie. Great film to watch for everyone of all ages.

Un Chien Andalou

Strange, bizarre, and grotesque.

But I would be lying if I didn't say it was at least interesting.

An interesting avant-garde film with gross imagery and a confusing, nonsensical, and nonexistent narrative, Un Chien Andalou is worth the watch if you're trying to understand more about film and argues "What really makes a classic film anyway?"

Oh, and be warned, the eye splitting scene will never get out of your head after watching it.

Event Horizon

A rotten rating? ARE YOU ALL F#$%ING SERIOUS?! I've never disagreed SO MUCH about a rating on this site until now.

Event Horizon was great. It was an entertaining thrill ride beginning to end.

Literally "hell in space", Event Horizon definitely delivered the over-the-top scares. Sure the movie was predictable, nothing particularly new compared to the landmark Alien movie, Event Horizon was still HELL OF A LOT OF FUN.

You critics can be so blind and stupid sometimes.

Oz the Great and Powerful

It's definitely visually BEAUTIFUL, and they did an excellent job expanding the world of Oz as well as reintroducing classic characters and subtle references to the original Wizard of Oz movie. But I felt the actors were horribly miscasted.James Franco did not feel right in the role, and Mila Kunis, yeah I know she can act, but she DID NOT fit the role as the Wicked Witch of the West (and it was painfully awkward seeing her screaming in scenes.) Sam Raimi just can't stop writing corny dialogue. But I admit, there are very likable characters in this movie, especially the little China Girl and that flying monkey. And Michelle Williams was a wonderful Glinda and Rachel Weisz was terrific as the wicked Evanora.Honestly, this movie isn't perfect, and I don't recommend watching this before the original Wizard of Oz if you're new to it, but it brought the kid back in me and it's fun for the whole family.

The Little Matchgirl

Tragic yet hopeful.

One of the most mature and artistic films that Disney has ever created in recent years.

It is so emotionally-gripping and heart-tearing. It's very rare that Disney would make anything this serious, and unfortunately it's doubtful that Disney would ever make anything this good ever again...

But this short film gave me hope that Disney has not lose its heart and could still make a masterpiece that would make Walt Disney himself proud.

The Perks of Being a Wallflower

This movie simply is:

A Teenage Dream

Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind

An unexpectedly good Jim Carrey movie.

Jim Carrey tries to forget his ex-girlfriend by erasing her from his memories. But as his memories of her fades away, he realizes why he loved her in the first place and remembers the good times they spent together.

I absolutely loved this movie. It's funny, unique, and bizarre. As you go deeper into Jim Carrey's mind you find the most weirdest things. I'm not surprised about that at all cuz that's Jim Carrey for ya.

The Wild
The Wild(2006)

A blatant sell-out movie from Disney to imitate Dreamworks style...Just another low brow movie by Disney to try and keep up with mainstream audience's immature sense of humor.

And surprisingly, it's not that painful as I thought it would be.

The Disappearance Of Haruhi Suzumiya (Suzumiya Haruhi no shôshitsu)

If you have never seen the series, The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya, YOU WILL NOT KNOW ANYTHING THAT IS GOING ON.

Overall it's an okay anime movie, but you have to watch the series first. The movie is really long but if you're a fan of Haruhi you can probably handle it.

Black Dynamite

Making fun of 1970s blaxploitation and kung-fu movies, Black dynamite is outrageously funny, purposely made to looks bad and clumsy, and is full of good ol' ass-kicking.DYNO-MITE!

Amazing Screw-On Head

How unfortunately that this show never saw the light of day...

So much lost potential this show would've been so great!


Surprisingly smart and funnier than I have expected.

Clueless makes fun of its own 90s teen culture (and still relevant today) and does it and a with witty dialogue (not to mention slang) and obnoxiously funny actors.

One of the best teen movies I've seen.

Hoshi o ou kodomo (Journey to Agartha) (Children Who Chase Lost Voices)

Visually impressive but borrows way too much anime cliches that it becomes dull, boring, and predictable.It tries way too hard be like a Ghibli film that it forgets humanism in the characters that made those films emotionally gripping.The only good thing about this movie are the visuals, but that's it.


Every nerd squealed like girls when this movie first came out.Entertaining and appealing to the audience. Not to mention the amazing sweeping shots of Spider-Man swinging through the buildings of New York which would make you watch in awe.

But unfortunately, some parts of the movie just not nail it quite right.There are a couple scenes in this movie that were sketchy. This movie is VERY corny.It could've been a lot better, but I still had fun watching it.

Sinbad: Legend of the Seven Seas


Wow. Critics, what the hell is wrong with all of you...?

Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit

Everything about this movie is all so clever!

Aardman studios have really outdone themselves in this film. Any lover of animation should definately watch this.

Inglourious Basterds

Quentin Tarantino's style works very well in this brilliant World War II period movie.

The movie is somewhat slow, but it helps build up whenever the violence comes up and they are is bloody and intense. I recommend you go watch this movie for some good ol' bloody Nazi-killin' action.

Teen Titans: Trouble in Tokyo

Great movie from a great show.

Nothing to hate. If you're a fan of the show you'll definitely love this.

Bicycle Thieves (Ladri di biciclette)

Depressing, heartbreaking and thought-provoking.

This movie is unafraid to show the harsh truths of poverty and how desperate people would go to keep on living when there is nothing left.

The movie is simple, yet powerful.


What a sweet yet strange movie. It's unique and very charming; Audrey Tautou is like the cutest thing ever.


Funniest comedy I've ever seen.

Stupid but enjoyably bad. There's a lot of things to make fun of in his movie like one of the worst excuses for "vampires" and the dry chemistry between the two leads. It's not truly awful, but the movie really does nail its stupid image to my head... DEEP.

Instead of tearing this movie apart, let's just LAUGH AT IT.


Bruce Willis and Joseph Gordon-Levitt great as always, now this time, they ARE the same person and they are going to kill each other in this unique "sci-fi gangster" hybrid of a movie.

A very different and interesting take on time traveling. I never had to pay attention this much since Inception.




Dun-un dun-un Dun-un DUN-un DUN-un DUN-UN DUN-UN DUN-UN DUN-UN!!

Pokemon Heroes

I like the Venice-inspired setting, but that's just it.

No character development yet again and the reoccurring "saving the world" plot thing is getting tiresome in the franchise.

The Girl Who Leapt Through Time

A delightful movie about a young teenage girl, Makoto, discovers that she has the ability to travel back in time and uses her power to improve her life, change the coarse of time, and help the relationships with her friends.

This movie teaches the importance of time and every decision creates consequences.

Legally Blonde

Not as bad as I thought it would be.

The Social Network

A smart and intelligent film that absolutely knows what its doing. This movie defines modern cinema and today's generation's youth and technology.

It's fascinating to see the inspiration and creation of Facebook as it was simply made by a college student, unknowingly to him, that it would be revolutionary and would be worth billions. But lawsuits, backstabbings, and loss of trust would soon follow as others would want a piece of the money.

This movie shows how far people would go to do anything to become successful and its consequences along the way.

But in the end, even with all the many "friends" you have, you have to stop and think:

Who are your real friends?

Sunrise: A Song of Two Humans

The best silent movie I have ever seen.

Every film buff should watch this movie and take notes. A true masterpiece.

Chicken Run
Chicken Run(2000)

The creators of Wallace & Gromit make a fantastic film of fun humor and wit. This is an interesting jailbreak movie to escape certain death and the escape attempts are hilarious. You just got to love this movie.

Claymation should be done more often!

Hot Rod
Hot Rod(2007)

Hot Rod does have some very funny moments, but most of the majority of the film is mediocre and bland.

Weak movie, weak characters, and even weak jokes. Could've been better but it failed to impress.

A Troll in Central Park


There is no doubt this is Don Bluth's weakest film...

500 Days of Summer


This nonlinear indie film is a bittersweet romantic comedy that shows that in real life: relationships isn't always as happy and perfect as shown in the movies.

Boy meets girl. Boy falls in love; and wants to spend his life together with this girl. Girl does not share the same feelings. Girl dumps boy. Boy is left in utter shit and depression and desperately tries to win her back.

The movie's leads, Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Zooey Deschanel have great chemistry together.

The protagonist, Gordon-Levitt, reflects on the happy times when he was in a relationship, which greatly contrasts the reality after the end of their love; which is depressing and bitter.

I highly recommend this movie.


Brave has a heart, but it left me empty.

Me giving a Pixar movie a low rating is extremely heart-breaking...

The movie is not bad, it's decent, but it's not on par with Pixar's standards.

Out of all the Pixar films, Brave looked the most different. It was a whole new direction and was something we've never seen from Pixar before. The fairytale-like story is far from anything Pixar has ever done before, and that was VERY FASCINATING and made me very curious to watch this. It was Pixar doing something TOTALLY NEW.

But unfortunately... Everything in this movie was WAY TOO FAMILIAR. And that was extremely disappointing to me...

It rehashes from what we have already seen from previous Disney films...

It could've been Pixar's most riskiest movie, but it played WAY TOO safe... It could've been more expansive, more ADVENTUROUS, more thrilling, more DARK, more MYSTICAL, MORE DARING. It felt more like a DREAMWORKS movie than a PIXAR movie.

It could've been SO MUCH more... But I guess I expected too much from it and I shouldn't compare it so much with other Pixar films and just let it be its own thing.

Still... I just wish it was... more.

Win Win
Win Win(2011)

More than just a "wrestling movie".

It's actually more about family. Which is a good thing. It's realistic and heartwarmingly engaging.

Very relatable to contemporary teenagers.

Alice in Wonderland

Tim Burton did one thing wrong with this movie... HE TRIED MAKE SENSE INTO WONDERLAND.

Wonderland is supposed to not make any sense at all, and everyone is going crazy with this movie because Johnny Depp is the Mad Hatter. WHOOPTY-DOO.

Visuals look great though.

The Twilight Saga: New Moon

Bella is just a terrible human being who does not know ANYTHING about relationships or love and has the personality and charm of a damn CARROT. She's one of the most despicable and ignorant human beings ever to be put on screen. SHE IS THE CAUSE OF EVERY PROBLEM IN EVERY SINGLE MOVIE OF THE SERIES AND PUTS EVERYONE TO DEAL WITH HER SELFISHNESS AND IDIOCY! AND SHE DOESN'T CARE!!

I don't hate this movie too much, I have NOTHING against anyone in the cast, but Bella the character just REALLY pisses me off and INFURIATES ME.

This movie is just one big crowd-pleaser for the twi-hards.


I was surprised to see how funny and entertaining this movie was.

Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh

The movie is incredibly innocent and charming.

Pooh is curious and naive, but when you think about it, Pooh really represents our childhood. We may grow older and lose our youth's imagination, but we would never forget the simple times that used to be and we can always look back to our childhood.

The King's Speech

Smart and witty movie. Colin Firth gives a spectacular performance in this delightful film. Although, I feel that it didn't really blow me away or caught me in awe in the film. It really shouldn't have won the Academy Award for Best Picture. But it was still a nice movie.


Although the movie isn't perfectly shot and was made with a low budget, that's what gives this movie its charm.

Clerks was very entertaining with its funny and memorable cast, smart-mouthed dialogue and crude and situations.

Goes to show that you don't need to have fancy cameras, SFX, or well-known stars to make a great movie.

Transformers: Dark of the Moon

It's the same crap as usual...

Giant robots punching each other, lame script, corny dialogue, useless sex women, and explosions.

Predictable Michael Bay...

Scott Pilgrim vs. the World

The books, in my opinion, were WAY BETTER. But hey, that's what EVERYBODY says about any movie adaptation. Jeez, now I now how a Harry Potter fan feels like.

I like the characters, I like the world they live in (Canada-land), and I get all of the nerd jokes. But since they crammed 6 OF THE BOOKS for an hour and 40 minutes, LOTS OF STUFF was changed and removed for film, that really disappointed me because I absolutely loved the original books.

There were so many changes that it really ticked me off that they removed book 4's subplot with Scott's relationship problem with Ramona the the final 6th book's drama and rewrote the ending of it so much for the movie.

It seems like this was more meant to be an ANIMATED movie or SERIES, than a live-action movie; and there was no way I pictured Michael Cera as Scott Pilgrim.

BUT I DIGRESS. This movie is fun to watch.

I recommend you read the books instead. Trust me, you'll love them.


Woody Allen as an ant? How appropriate.

This movie is basically a Woody Allen film but with action and adventure. Oh yeah, and insects.

Hot Fuzz
Hot Fuzz(2007)

Witty and a refreshing new take on cop movies.

Making a different approach on the genre it's parodying, as they did with Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz delivers the laughs and thrills in a smart and enjoyable way.

Live Free or Die Hard

Although a bit too over-the-top and totally not plausible compared to the first original "Die Hard", it's very enjoyable.

Lots of (and too many) explosions and adrenaline fueled action, it's awesome seeing Bruce Willis kick some ass.

Eyes Wide Shut

Kubrick's last film, and he left with a big note.

Eyes Wide Shut is strange yet beautiful and questions the human psyche. And the behind the mysterious walls of glamor and exoticism are even stranger secrets of sin and eroticism that should never leave confines.

The Shawshank Redemption

I want Morgan Freeman to narrate my life.


Brilliant movie. This movie packs so much charm and wit to an unlikely combination of rats and the art of culinary. Pixar never fails to amaze me again.

Wreck-it Ralph

Clever and nostalgic.

Fun to watch for all viewers and a love letter to gamers. This is the 'Who Framed Roger Rabbit of Video Games.'

Although the advertisements for the film overexposed the concept of MANY iconic video game characters all together in one film; and a lot of them are in, it's very misleading. So unfortunately, don't expect too much screen time of video game characters like Sonic. BUT THAT'S NOT WHAT THIS FILM IS ABOUT.

It's focused more on Ralph and Vanellope. Both were disregarded from their own games because of their class and differences and were shoved away for being what they are. All they want is to be accepted and be part of the crowd but at the same time be themselves.

The film is filled with tons of video game references all the way from classic arcade cabinets to contemporary high definition 3D games. The film parodies 80's sprite games and today's "grey" shooters.

Retro gamers will recognize many characters and in-jokes.

Interesting idea, movie looks beautiful, animation is top-class, and the voice talent were great. I enjoyed himself.

The Godfather

It's the GODFATHER...

What else can I say?

Brilliant performances. Marlon Brando... Al Pacino... Robert Duvall... List goes on and on.

It's an damn good movie of crime, loyalty, betrayal, and family.

It's an interesting character study of the protagonist, Michael (Al Pacino), how he changes throughout the film from being a law-abiding citizen who avoids affiliations with his family's life of crime, to a cold gangster willing to protect it.

The movie is also very quotable:

"Leave the gun, take the cannoli."

A Night at the Opera

Comedic perfection!

Zany, outrageous antics, sarcastic and witty, and wrecking havoc wherever they go, the comedy geniuses, Marx Brothers, are still able to make us all laugh.


This movie had so much potential. If you've already seen the first Alien movie, then there's no need to watch Prometheus because IT IS THE SAME EXACT MOVIE AS ALIEN.

Other than that, the visuals are INCREDIBLE and Michael Fassbender is awesome as a robot.


Outrageously funny and greatly acted.

Dustin Hoffman was amazing and he proves in this film how great a character actor he can be playing two roles: a man and a woman. And it's ridiculously hilarious seeing him trying to adapt pretending to be a female.

Since this movie was 80s, it has CHEESY 80s MUSIC GALORE!

Star Trek
Star Trek(2009)

Surpasses my expectations in every way. Amazingly crafted and visually dazzling.

Re-visioning the universe of Star Trek bringing new life to the iconic space crew for new mainstream audiences and loyal Trekkies.

It's so good, that it is actually much better than most Star Wars movies. It feels more like the sci-fi movie that everybody craved for ever since the first Star Wars trilogy in the 70s.

Planet of the Apes

"Get y'er stinkin' paw off me you DAMN DIRTY APE!"

Charlie's Angels

Stupid and campy and campy as hell, yet fun to watch.

These chicks can really kick some ass while being sexy and funny.

The movie doesn't take itself seriously, and we shouldn't as well. Just go along with it and enjoy the thrills.

Hobo With a Shotgun

Extremely violent, gory, grotesque, and sadistic.

Living in the sick, corrupted streets filled with gangs who enjoy inflicting pain and killing the innocents, a hobo is finally fed up to the breaking point in which he takes matters to his own hands.

It's intensely gory and inhumanely barbaric. Hobo With a Shotgun is just a gushing blood orgy of violence and eroticism, and it just loves being in it.


As senseless, simplistic and stupid this movie is, I actually kinda like it. It has its moments of cleverness. It is mindlessly violent, but at least it knows what it wants to be.

The hobo does not take any dirt from anybody and wants to clean the streets rid of filthy scum of the streets with vengeance and justice...

... and with a SHOTGUN.


Incredibly witty and wisecracking.

Sideways is unique, taking place on a buddy getaway tour in wine country, the film is smartly funny dialogue, and with outrageous antics and scenarios that will leave you crying in laughter or from sad, depressing scenes.

Wonderful and hilarious characters; Paul Giamatti and Thomas Haden Church were awesome, one of my favorite movies ever, Sideways is a highly recommended movie to watch.

Oh by the way, the soundtrack is awesome.

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

It's a dog-eat-dog world out there in the West, and there's only three kinds of people that survive out there:

The Good. The Bad. And the Ugly.

With its memorable cast, gripping story, and instantly recognizable score, The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly remains one of the greatest westerns and greatest films ever made.

Dr. Strangelove Or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb

The greatest film satire ever made.

Although, not entirely comedy, it is more dramatic and wordy, but still with a few small snippets of ironic jokes. It shows the fear and paranoia of nuclear weapons during the Cold War and what would happen if some psychopath, who fears all of this, would stir up trouble by sending a nuclear bomb and it's up to the President to stop this misunderstanding from happening.

Dr. Stranglove is dark, bleak, and suspenseful. But even in the last moments of all the commotion, panic, confusion and the ominous destruction, there would still be some laughs.

Tropic Thunder

Parodying Vietnam War films (and even filmmaking itself), Tropic Thunder delievers funny performances with Ben Stiller, Robert Downey Jr., and Jack Black. It's hilarious, action packed, and at times, full of guts and gore (while making fun of it too.)

Robert Downey Jr. is unforgettably funny and brilliant playing a white Australian who is playing a black man, which proves how talented an actor he is.

Spirited Away

Imaginative and breathtaking.

It's the Japanese equivalent to Alice in Wonderland, you feel like you have been taken to an entirely different world that is strange and unknown yet mystical and enchanting. Like the protagonist, you are lost in this new world and have idea what is going on you just let yourself be immersed in it.

The movie is absolutely beautiful, it's delicately drawn characters and wonderfully detailed setting is like nothing I have ever never seen before.

Arguably, this is Miyazaki's greatest movie, but there are so many other films from Studio Ghilbli that are equally enchanting. They are all worth seeing.

The Secret World of Arrietty

Arrietty retains the the heart, charm, and creativity that made the Ghibli movies.

Like in every Studio Ghibli movie, I just love being in the world they created for this movie and I find myself to be so fascinated and curious about it. And the characters felt like actual people and I felt the emotions of each of them.

Definitely worth checking out.

Toy Story 3
Toy Story 3(2010)

Absolutely brilliant, smart, hilarious and breathtaking, Toy Story 3 is as good as the previous films before it. It does not disappoint and concludes the films perfectly and satisfying. So much love was made into this movie, and it shows with the rich use of details like in any other Pixar movie.

With no doubt in my mind, it's the best movie of 2010, and in my opinion, it should've won the Academy Award for Best Picture.

Forrest Gump
Forrest Gump(1994)

Moving and inspiring.

Like Forrest Gump the character, the movie is simple and plain yet it creates a strong impact to people's lives.

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs

Classic and awe-inspiring.

Being the first fully animated film, it's an important landmark in film history, and is respected for taking animation seriously as an artistic medium.

Snow White is Walt Disney's first grand masterpiece and the first of a long line of Disney animated classics and inspiring other animated films to come.


Innocent and charming.

One of Disney's greatest and well-known films, Bambi is memorable and endearing. It's hard not to like it.

The Big Lebowski

Off-beat and ridiculous.

Jeff Lebowski, better known by the name "The Dude", gets mixed up in misunderstandings and crazy schemes and situations, but all he wants is a rug.

The Hunger Games

Overrated and misguided...

Although I did like the acting talents in this movie; Jennifer Lawrence was terrific, but I absolutely HATED EVERYTHING ELSE IN THIS MOVIE. It did nothing but glorify teen violence and they did nothing against the corrupt dystopian high-class society that forced them in these barbaric "games", and those high-class "Lady Gaga lookalikes" just enjoy watching them kill each other for fun.

The message I got from the movie was,

"It's ALRIGHT to kill, as long as you stay ALIVE in the end. And you are greatly rewarded for it."


But I have to admit, the movie was interesting enough to make me watch through the whole thing. But it just did nothing to rebel against the injustice and senseless killing. But I've never read the books, so I can't compare whether if the film was faithful enough, but this movie was a bad first impression for me.

District 9
District 9(2009)

A creative approach on the alien genre, District 9 is filled with action, somewhat a metaphor for "racism", gripping drama, and repulsive and gory imagery.

Although the movie is made to look like a mockumentary, it feels much more like a narrative to point where it's questioned, "What the hell is the point of making it a documentary?"

Le Voyage dans la lune (A Trip to the Moon)

A landmark in the history of cinema. It's both imaginative and innovative.

The fantasy and science-fiction genres should give its thanks to this movie for making our imaginations finally come to life.

Spider-Man 3
Spider-Man 3(2007)

What a disappointment...

I did like Thomas Haden Church as the Sandman, but that's it.


This is the most beautiful and magical film I have ever seen in my life.

Disney dared to create something 100% different, surreal and experimental than the other of its animated films and shorts before it.

This is art in its purest form.

Images and music work together in harmony that taps deep within our souls to make us feel a broad range of emotions.

This is Walt Disney's magnum opus and crowning achievement.

Of all the movies, Citizen Kane, Godfather, Star Wars, Casablanca, or any other Disney movie, I have never seen such movie that has reached such perfection as Fantasia. It is, in my opinion, the greatest movie I have ever seen.

Some Like It Hot

There's a reason why this movie is considered the GREATEST comedy of all time.

Jack Lemmon and Tony Curtis are hilarious in drag and play off of each other very well, but it's the lovely Marilyn Monroe who steals the screen. I just can't keep my eyes off of her beauty...

Lilo & Stitch

The concept of "child befriends alien" has been overused to death, but they managed to create something different.

Although the alien, Stitch, is wild, strange and aggressive and he learns to have a heart, its the human sisters that really makes the heart of the movie. Their relationships in this movie is so genuine and pure that its so believable. I've never seen a past Disney movie that has ever done this with its character development.

I love the quiet emotional parts of the movie, but I also love some of the alien scenes.

Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas

Bizarre, gross, and psychologically disturbing.

But some reason, I was so fascinated with this strange movie and its oddball behavior. You just get along with the crazy ride and let yourself get lost in its insanity.

Mission: Impossible Ghost Protocol

Tense, exhilarating, and over-the-top action.

It's a whole new take in style for the Mission Impossible series, and in my opinion, this is the best one.

Loved it.


It's a VERY sensitive topic to make a movie about cancer, but 50/50 manages to capture the humanism in dealing with the matter.

Joseph Gordon-Levitt was believable and dealt with the subject matter so naturally when there were funny moments and serious drama. And Seth Rogen was a good opposite to Gordon-Levitt.

Family Guy Presents: It's a Trap

The jokes are lowbrow, forced, and tiresome...

I did not laugh once in this...

Blade Runner
Blade Runner(1982)

Great movie. The combination of film noir and science-fiction blends perfectly and Harrison Ford's performance is awesome.

But it's better to not watch the "Final Cut" version because it does not have Harrison Ford's awful narration. Trust me, it really does not make the movie better.

Tron Legacy
Tron Legacy(2010)

The visuals are outstanding and the soundtrack by Daft Punk is pretty cool, but the characters are flat and the story isn't engaging enough to make me care at all.

Tron Legacy had potential and could've been much more...

The Help
The Help(2011)

Emotionally driven story with a brilliant cast. Although the movie is very wordy, the strong performances of the lead actresses, Viola Davis, Octavia Spencer, and Emma Stone really makes the movie.

Jackass 3
Jackass 3(2010)

The Jackass crew is back in 3-D with much more crazy stunts. Of coarse there is no story in these kind of movies, just scene after scene of toilet humor. And there are many scenes that are complete shit, literally. If you love Jackass, you'll definately love this.

Meet the Spartans

It's these kind of movies that make me lose faith in humanity...

Epic Movie
Epic Movie(2007)

This really shows how shitty someone's sense of humor can really be.

Shrek the Third

All of the goodness of the first two movies have been sucked out dry in this movie...

The movie failed to reach our expectations and capture what made Shrek 1 and 2 good.

Safety Not Guaranteed

Interesting and charming. This will win the hearts of critics and hipsters alike.

The Animal
The Animal(2001)

There are some funny scenes, but the entire movie is complete trash.


It's a very cool idea, and the special effects are amazing.

But the characters are so bland and boring and the story could've been so much better.

The Adventures of Prince Achmed

Beautiful film!

I'm surprised how amazing this film looks, being the oldest animated feature film in history just 10 years before Walt Disney's Snow White. It's so innovative and way ahead of its time. It is artistic as Fantasia with the simple love story like Aladdin.

Although the movie is silent, after almost 100 years, it doesn't seem to show its age and it still retains its charm.

It's incredibly unique and I would recommend this to any animation lover.

Pokémon 4Ever

"4Ever" indeed.

They just won't stop making these movies.

Pokemon 3: The Movie

Probably the best Pokemon movie. It's more dramatic and interesting, but characters are still very weak and stale in character development.

Fun for the Pokemon fans, but critics will cringe.

Yu-Gi-Oh!: The Movie

A stupid movie specifically for only fans of the show and card game.

Pay It Forward

Kevin Spacey and Haley Joel Osment are VERY good actors and did pretty well in this movie.

But for some reason... This movie was surprisingly dull because of how incredibly sappy the story was.

The ending just came out of nowhere and really was in bad taste. This movie tries too hard and really wants to feed on your emotions.

The Triplets of Belleville

The movie's art style is so strange yet very appealing.

Triplets of Belleville is incredibly unique in every way.


This movie is very important landmark in the history of cinema for being visually innovative of the use of CGI.

Although it looks dated now, it still is very dazzling, colorful, and RETRO.

The Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Movie

Not exactly a movie, it's just showing a bunch classic Bugs Bunny and Road Runner shorts... ad they're HILARIOUS.

Meet the Fockers

Brings not as much new material from the first family, but still delivers the laughs.

The Fifth Element

All you need to know:

Bruce Willis and Chris Tucker in the future.

So expect explosions and gunfights with Bruce Willis and Chris Tucker's crazy dialogue.

Independence Day

It's stupid, but fun to watch.

We're Back! A Dinosaur's Story

I don't think I'll ever like this movie the same way again like I did as a kid.

Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within

The visuals are absolutely amazing.

But the movie absolutely sucks. How is this even related to Final Fantasy?

Spy Kids
Spy Kids(2001)

Okay... I have to put my bitchy critque aside and be open-minded and view this as a children's movie...Well, this movie does a very good job at entertaining kids. Sure, some parts are stupid but IT'S FOR KIDS FOR GOD'S SAKE.

It's funny and enjoyable and your kids will love it.

Return of the Dragon (The Way of the Dragon)

Bruce Lee vs. Chuck Norris...


Batman & Robin

There's only one thing I can say about this movie...


Batman Forever

Tim Burton is replaced by Joel Schumacher for directing Batman.

This would be the start of bad Batman movies, and it would only get worse in the next movie...

Glengarry Glen Ross

My God, there's a lot of great talented cast in this movie:

Alec Baldwin, Al Pacino, Jack Lemmon, Kevin Spacey...

The cast does a very good job in playing each other off. Dialogue is witty and filthy mouthed.

Super Size Me

An excellent documentary about the exploiting fastfood restaurants (specifically McDonald's) and proves eating unhealthy food is CLEARLY bad for you.

This movie both entertains and disturbs me. But it teaches you a very valuable lesson and really makes you think twice before eating a Big Mac again.

Jiro Dreams of Sushi

Interesting documentary. Makes me hungry though.

The Animation Show

One of the strangest and most random things to ever come out from animation...

But it's absurdity and abstract sense of humor really makes the movie funny. It's made to look like a kid doodled on a bunch paper and drew whatever came to his mind. It's like a parody of the senseless children programs.


The Watch
The Watch(2012)

I've laughed a good few times in this movie. But overall, the movie was retarded.

3 Ninjas
3 Ninjas(1992)

I remember watching this movie as a kid, now that I have a mature taste in movies, I've realized this movie was complete dogshit.

This movie is incredibly stupid and juvenile, made only for kids. It's a BLATANT RIP-OFF of Home Alone mixed with Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (without the damn turtles.)

The movie was just going with the "NINJA" fad at the time.

The Blind Side

The movie is corny as hell, but it is very sentimental and heartwarming.

Little Nemo: Adventures in Slumberland

I LOVE the dream-like world and the animation is absolutely beautiful...

But the story is a complete mess... And what did the protagonist even learn in the end?

This movie is just "eye candy" than anything else.