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Serenity (2005)
6 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

The way the movie feels is what makes this fresh. Its fun and enjoyable, but at the same time there are disturbing concepts and intense moments.

River is one of the most enjoyable characters and everytime shes on screen you pay attention... probably because shes sexy and goes ape shit randomly. My kind of girl.

Alpha Dog
Alpha Dog (2007)
6 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

What may only seem to be a modern day gangster movie, turns out to be an emotional bomb that explodes during the final stages of a downward spiral to destruction. Justin Timberlake IS an acter and should be praised.

Rise of the Planet of the Apes
6 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

This is what every film finatic should want from a prequel! I was enchanted by every emotional turn in the movie, feeling that the choices Ceaser makes are somehow my own, and when the apes start rioting, I want to jump out of my seat and join them. What really sold the film was great acting from the entire cast, (John Lithgow is as strong as ever) and almost life like CG monkeys whose facial expressions talked to you greater than any words or actions could. Also when the film is over don't leave your seat right away because theres a short epiloge after a few credits, and it brings alot more light into how the apes took over.

The Horde (La Horde)
6 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

Rewatched this movie with a few friends and just then realized how intense and bloody this movie is. What was unexpected the second time I watched it was, that I was having fun cheering with my friends while the French brutaly beat zombies with their bare hands or anything else they could find a.k.a. refrigerators!

Dawn of the Dead
6 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

As the zombie sub-genre begins to get taken over by Europe, its nice to know that American zombies are still alive. This adaptation of George Romero's second film is given fast zombies this time around, making it upbeat and intense when mixed with the head bangin soundtrack (which Snyder chooses excellently). Like alot of zombie films the acting is subpar and its "emotional" moments just don't sink in... except for one which involves one woman giving birth while infected. That moment will be remebered to all zombie movie fans like myself.