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Movie Ratings and Reviews

Raging Bull
Raging Bull(1980)

Gripping, dark, and powerful, Raging Bull brings out the best in Martin Scorsese and Robert De Niro, as well as the rest of the cast.

After Hours
After Hours(1985)

After Hours is a kooky, twisted, and darkly comic adventure from Martin Scorsese. It's fairly aimless, but its fun and odd events entertain for the entire run time.

Shutter Island

Shutter Island is a dark, twisted, and arresting film. The story is a maze that keeps you guessing until the very end, it's a mystery thriller that works all the way through. The cast is fantastic, and Scorsese's directing is as sharp as ever. You don't want to miss the mind-bending madness of Shutter Island.

The Theory of Everything

The Theory of Everything adapts Steven Hawking's story with such sincerity and charm that it's hard not to like. It does drag in some areas, but overall the strong performances from the leads and the well crafted direction and cinematography make it a sweet and heartfelt ride.


Had Boyhood not been filmed over 12 years, it would not have attracted nearly as much attention as it has, and would just be a good film. And although many would call it a gimmick, the idea to film it over 12 years is nothing short of pure genius. Sure, it is a gimmick of sorts, but it makes the movie feels so real and lifelike that you almost forget it's a movie at all. The acting is fantastic all round (save for Lorelei Linklater, who is pretty awful), the writing observes the life of a child beautifully, and the direction adds a realistic feel to the whole thing. It is a bit on the long side, but overall it's a very sweet film, and it gives you a real feel of nostalgia that no other movie could.

Kingsman: The Secret Service

Watching Kingman is the most fun I've had going to the movies in a very long time. The story is well paced and takes the average spy movie formula and puts its own unique spin on it. The entire cast is fantastic and all work great together. The script is sharp and funny, and the action is amazing. Honestly, Kingsman has some of the most exciting and hilarious action sequences I've ever seen, and Matthew Vaughn deserves serious props for bringing his a-game once again. The movie's brutal bloody fun that doesn't have the biggest brain but makes up for it with plain old fun.


Slow burning Sci-Fi/horror classic. The plot progresses very slowly but never drags. It just leaves you watching in dread, waiting for the next scare, so when it does comes, it's entirely more effective. Some of them date but for the most pat Alien has some pretty great effects, and the performances are expectedly strong. If you're into atmospheric intensity slowly building up and releasing in short bursts of action, this is for you. If you're looking for more full on action, skip ahead to the sequel.


Whiplash is an exhilarating movie. It's intense, on the edge of your seat action, even though it's merely about a boy, his drum set, and his teacher. The movie gets it's intensity from the strong, fast-paced direction from Damien Chazelle and absolutely terrific performances from Miles Teller and J.K. Simmons who both bring their all.

Thor: The Dark World

Although Thor 2 can be a little too Asgardian for some, spending more of its time in the other realms than its predecessor, but besides that it is just as good in every way. It's exciting, funny, and also Loki shines brighter than ever. The Marvel canon has been producing the finest in Superhero movies the past few years, and although it's not the best, it can stand its own ground.

Captain America: The Winter Soldier

Cap 2 is better than the first, and no doubt up in the best of the Marvel canon with awesome action, expectedly talented acting, and unexpected twists.

Man of Steel
Man of Steel(2013)

Man of Steel is a pretty good movie, but it has many flaws and could've been done better without Zack Snyder, who fills the movie with repetitive camera tricks and an over abundance of destruction. There's nothing in this movie we haven't seen before in previous Superman movies or blockbuster movies, and if the DCCU wants to be successful they should step their game up.

The Way Way Back

At first The Way Way Back may come off as another indie comedy coming of age movie, but it stands out from the crowd for its humour and brilliant performances. Steve Carell is fantastically loathsome, Sam Rockwell is delightfully fun, Liam James perfectly captures the awkward teenager who hates his life, and the rest of the cast pulls their own as well. At the end of the day, The Way Way Back is a fun, albeit somewhat aimless story that's enjoyable from start to finish.


If you are still an Adam Sandler fan at this point, you must have some serious tolerance for the same old shit. I used to enjoy Adam Sandler movies as a kid, from Billy Madison all the way to Zohan. Sure, they're all stupid, rude and schmaltzy, but they were silly entertainment. Plus, I was just a kid. But it went far downhill from there, including the near unwatchable Jack and Jill, the Grown Ups movies, which although are not without their moments but mainly terrible, the horribly unfunny Just Go With It, and also the refreshingly not bad That's My Boy which still isn't that good.

Finally, we end up at Blended, the third Sandler/Barrymore team up following The Wedding Singer and 50 First Dates (two of Sandler's best). Blended earns very little laughs, that being said those few chuckles do exist so it makes it better than Jack and Jill and Just Go With It. But these small, mildly amusing jokes are drowned out by too many child actors delivering lines terribly, and not in an amusing "kid from Anchorman 2" way, but in an annoying "we got these kids off the street to say these lines which are only amusing cause kids are saying them even though it's not funny at all".

The same 10 jokes are recycled throughout the whole movie and none of them work. The boy hitting his head, people mistaking the daughter for a boy (who by the way, DOESN'T LOOK LIKE A BOY AT ALL), the masturbation jokes about the kid and his babysitter, Kevin Nealon playing the same role he has been since Happy Gilmore, and many more are repeated endlessly throughout the movie and never work.

The sappiness of Adam Sandler movies used to be bearable, coming to a tipping point at Click, and is now just being shoved down our throats with the whole mother dying of cancer thing. The movie starts to try to convince you to care for these characters and then just gives up and makes 5 jokes about a kid calling his mom hot. It trie to be sentimental, it tries to be funny, but it just ends up being pretty damn boring.

If you truly need to see this movie go ahead. It's not unwatchable like Jack and Jill, but it's just a boring thing to sit through. With basically no story and a bloated 2 hour run time it's a struggle, but it has its moments. Very few of them.

The Interview

The Interview's first half hour is wildly uneven, but it eventually finds solid ground and settles down into a solid comedy. It may not have as many laughs as previous Rogen/Goldberg collaborations such as Superbad or This is the End, but it's consistently entertaining and is a pretty big insult to North Korea, but addressed in the silliest way possible. It's stupid fun, no more, no less.

The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies

The inclusion of filler storylines/characters in this franchise comes to a tipping point in this conclusion. It has plenty of action and spectacle to go around, but when you try to adapt the two or three final chapters of The Hobbit into a 2 1/2 hour movie, it's gonna have a lot of filler, and it does.

It's sporadically entertaining, but there's just too much going on when it's not at all needed.

The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey

The Hobbit is a solid return to Middle Earth, the special effects are still as great as the original trilogy, if not better, and it has good bits of action, humour, and excitement, but it's got some pacing issues.

Somewhere in the middle of this fantasy, about the time they meet with the elves, it starts to get a little boring and not very exciting or interesting. I found that the meeting with Hugo Weaving's and Cate Blanchette's characters had nothing to do with the plot and was just for diehard LOTR fans' pleasure.

Besides that issue, The Hobbit is overall a pretty good start to the new adventures in Middle Earth.

The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug

By now we know that the Hobbit series would've been better had it been only 1 or 2 movies, and the second instalment doesn't let you forget that. It has plenty of spectacle and action, but it also has an abundance of useless things that are thrown in for filler, but if you push those things aside, Desolation of Smaug is an improvement over the first Hobbit film, and sets up a cliffhanger for what could possibly be an epic finale.

Ride Along
Ride Along(2014)

Think of the most generic, boring, run of the mill buddy action comedy. Yeah, that's Ride Along, but worse. Kevin Hart and Ice Cube are two talented guys, but although they give it their all, the script is just stale. It's just recycled old cop comedy garbage that's been redone so many times it's just terrible.


Birdman is a fantastic film. The cinematography is outstanding and skillfully put to use, the music is booming and effective, the story is engaging and entertaining, and most of all, the acting is top notch. Every single performance in this movie is fantastic, but special props need to be given to Michael Keaton, Emma Stone, and Edward Norton specifically for giving their all and just killing it. Also, Zach Galifianakis shows some serious acting chops instead of just the usual Hangover type comedy style we're familiar with, and that is impressive.

Liberal Arts
Liberal Arts(2012)

Liberal Arts is, more or less, "Ted Mosby: The Movie". It's not similar to How I Met Your Mother really at all, but Radnor's Jesse feels like a just pre-HIMYM Ted. I'm not sure the ending of the movie did the rest justice, but the cast is all around talented (Efron kills it in his small role) and Radnor shows he is capable of strapping on the writer/director helmet and be throughly impressive. The movie is witty and insightful, and is a romance film that doesn't just sink into cliches like the rest.


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For anyone who hasn't seen Park Chan-wook's 2003 original film Oldboy and is looking for a hollywood film with a bit of bite, the 2013 American remake of the same name will probably satisfy. It's just bloody and shocking enough to entertain an average person, but not too much to seriously offend.

For anyone who HAS seen Park Chan-wook's 2003 original film, will most likely find nothing here to enjoy. Although it is still gory and violent, the remake is toned way down from the original, with the infamous twist bogged down by a happy ending that feels very out of place. The cast is talented as is director Spike Lee, but at the end of the day, this movie was only made to tone down the original film slightly and make it more marketable to North American audiences, so unless you've never seen the original film and are stubborn about movies with subtitles, go ahead and watch Spike Lee's Oldboy, you'll probably think it isn't half bad (because on it's own, it isn't really), but if you're in the mood something a bit darker and overall better, and can handle reading subtitles for two hours, go back and watch the 2003 original film because man, that is a good movie.


V/H/S is a refreshing new anthology movie, but it really is hit and miss. Lets go through it segment by segment:

TAPE 56:

Tape 56 is the frame narrative to the film. It's plot is spread out between each segment and it basically makes no sense. The characters are completely unlikable and just really bothersome, and there's barely any story. The only reason to watch it at all is just to get to the next segment. It gets a measly 1/5.


The first segment is weird and creepy but overall pretty entertaining. It's extremely uncomfortable and you're severely sure what's gonna happen, but what does happen is kind of lame and predictable. Its camera trick is clever and it's a pretty eerie segment, but it's just kind of regular old horror fare. It gets 2.5/5 stars.


The second segment has a good atmosphere like the one before it, but it really makes no sense at all and never really goes anywhere, it's pretty boring. 2/5 stars.


The third segment is much more interesting than the previous two segments, although it's story is about as generic as vanilla ice cream. The effects are really cool at some points and although it's predictable, it's pretty entertaining. 3/5 stars.


The fourth segment segment in the movie is pretty good. The story and most of what happens is some generic paranormal activity stuff, but where it differs is where it gets more interesting, and the end is pretty effective, even if it doesn't make total sense. 3/5 stars.


Probably the most entertaining segment in the movie, 10/31/98 has some awesome haunted house special effects and is a lot of fun to sit through. It doesn't make much sense at all but it's a hell of a ride. 3.5/5 stars.

V/H/S: Viral
V/H/S: Viral(2014)

V/H/S Viral is hit and miss just like its two predecessors, but the third in the series seems to be a bit more hit than miss. The best way to review this movie would be by the segments themselves:


The frame narrative to V/H/S Viral makes as much sense as the frames of the previous two movies. That is, none at all. It tries to capitalize of all of the social media popularity these days (the movie has VIRAL in the title) but ends up just being lame. It goes into random subplots multiple times, and every time it makes no sense and is immediately forgotten after it happens. I don't even know why they were included. Overall, it paces the film well by cutting back to it after every tape, but it's nonsensical and anticlimactic. Vicious Circles gets 2/5 stars.


The first tape (not counting the frame story) is probably the best. There's genuinely good acting most of the time and it's not overly reliable on horror cliches. It's documentary format is refreshing to the series and the plot is pretty unique unto itself. Although it sometimes really reaches for the found-footage shots to read and it's ending is a bit predictable, Dante the Great is a fun and entertaining ride with some impressive special effects. It gets 3.5/5 stars.


The second tape starts of interestingly enough, its premise is intriguing but you know things are going to get weird because of the atmosphere, and boy does it get weird. As the tape goes on you become more and more curious to what exactly is going on until it just gets weird. Way too weird. It gets ridiculous, I can't even really describe it. Like most of the tapes in this series nothing is explained and it just kind of leaves you stunned, and i'm not sure if it's a good thing or a bad thing. You're going to have to see for yourself. I give it 3/5 stars just for being so... weird.


The third tape begins really irritatingly, with a bunch of annoying skater kids just being douchy. But then, the weird skeleton people attack and it gets pretty entertaining. It makes good use of GoPros and practical blood effects, and it's really a lot of bloody fun to watch despite falling apart a bit at the end, a common thing to happen in this series. I give Bonestorm 3/5 for being a good bit of gory fun.


Sinister isn't that much of a different horror film, it has countless cliches and is plain silly sometimes. But it's plot feels new and it's organized well, with many things you don't see coming and a tense atmosphere. Unfortunately like many horror flicks these days it's final act feels rather forced and is something too predictably surprising for it's own good.

A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy's Revenge

Haha, what? The first Elm Street had a weird sense of fun to it, while this time around it's just plain weird. With bad acting, weird sexual subtexts, and a pretty stupid plot, Freddy's Revenge is pretty bad, but for its time, the effects are great.

A Nightmare on Elm Street

A lot more fun than most slasher films, with a intriguing premise and dynamic villain, Elm Street rises above the rest of the crowd, with creative kills and a dark, dark sense of humour.

Final Destination 5

FD5 does what only few series have come to do, reach their worst point then shoot right up to their best with the next instalment. FD5 is completely self aware and knows it's premise is ridiculous, but knows we can't wait to see how cleverly these people die. This movie knows what we want, and gives it to us funnier and better than ever before, despite some stilted acting.

Friday the 13th

Boring, stupid, and predictably cliched, the Friday remake adds nothing new to the franchise and continues Michael Bay's Platinum Dunes' shitty streak.

Friday the 13th, Part VI - Jason Lives

Friday Part 6 is hands down the best in the series, for realizing how bad the entire series is and poking fun at it. A tongue in cheek fun slasher romp.

Friday the 13th, Part V - A New Beginning

The first non-Jason Friday movie since the first, except unlike the first, this one is absolutely terrible. Annoying characters and ridiculous story beats make this 91 minute slasher flick feel like an eternity.

Friday the 13th - The Final Chapter

Are you sick of the series yet? I know I am. Part 4 of the Friday the 13th series is titled "The Final Chapter", but unfortunately for you and me, it's not.

Friday the 13th Part 3

Boring and cheesy to a fault, 13th Part 3 introduces the iconic Jason we know today, but it doesn't do much else, aside from annoy you with horribly gimmicky 3D shots.

Friday the 13th Part 2

No better or worse than the first, more of the same, really.

Friday the 13th

A Halloween knockoff that somehow has become a pop culture icon despite the fact that, unlike other franchises around the same time such as Halloween and Nightmare on Elm Street, it was never good in the first place. Friday the 13th is predictable, sloppily made, and badly acted. It has a little bit of viewing value simply for it's popularity and some well set up scenes, but besides that, it's not all that.


Lucy is entertaining enough. Johansson is good in the title role and Besson's direction is pretty sharp, but the movie is also full of flaws and it's finale is disappointing and is a lot less exciting then you'd hope.

That's My Boy

Adam Sandler's movies these past few years have been nothing short of pure shit. It seems him and Dennis Dugan are going to keep rehashing the same old stuff until they die. But, suddenly Sandler pulls this movie out of nowhere and it's actually not bad. It's gross, it's outrageous, but it's also oddly sentimental and sweet. Sandler hasn't been one for R-Rated comedies in the past but he does pull this one off, although he's still milking that stupid baby voice that got old in Billy Madison and he says "Oh my god" about 6000 times, but Andy Samberg is a hilarious person and his charisma brings a lot of laughs to the movie and i also just really liked the inclusion of Vanilla Ice, a lot more effective than previous cameos of washed up celebrities in Sandler movies (Half the cast of Jack and Jill, it seems). Basically, the movie is rude and crude on the outside, but has that good old Sandler cheesy sentimentality to it that doesn't just make you groan like the last few. To sum it up, no, That's My Boy isn't a great movie, it doesn't score all the laughs, but as it goes on you begin to connect with the characters and begin having fun with them, no matter how stupid it is. Maybe it's just because i watched it at 1AM, i don't know. What i do know is that it's a hell of a lot better than anything he's done in recent years, but it's still not a grade-A comedy. But hey, isn't that the summary of Sandler's career?

Gone Girl
Gone Girl(2014)

Fantastic performances, strong direction, powerful scoring, never ending twists and turns, and just the right amount of dark humour lead Gone Girl to being one enjoyable, albeit somewhat overlong, ride that will leave you stunned.

Knights of Badassdom

It has its moments, but they can't save Knights of Badassdom from getting over its lame special effects, underwhelming story, and frankly boring action. It also severely underuses Peter Dinklage and Danny Pudi. Too much Steve Zahn.

The Descent
The Descent(2006)


Maybe I didn't get it. Because all i got out of this movie was a slow and stupid first act, a solid second act, and a boring and predictable third act. The movie starts off trying to develop the characters but it doesn't really matter since its so dark in the caves you're idea of the characters will be "The two main ones and the interchangeable rest of the gang". Once they enter the cave the movie becomes a really good and intense claustrophobic movie. It works. But then as soon as the cave people show up it turns into a generic horror movie; predictable, cliched, and not scary. The ending is wholly unsatisfying and the shock surprise is lame. This movie had potential but it just gets lost.

Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones

For the forty minutes or so, The Marked Ones isn't necessarily good nor very scary, but it's more entertaining than 2, 3, and 4. It's still pretty stupid found footage fare, but it's more amusing than it should be, perhaps thats just because we're comparing it to the rest of the series. As for the last half hour or so, it falls back into generic PA territory with the same plot points as the rest of the movies in the series with predictable scares and cliched twists, and literally some of the exact same shit.

Paranormal Activity 4

If you though the series couldn't get any worse, you were wrong. This time around it just blends parts of all 3 previous movies into one predictable mess that hits the exact same plot points as the rest of them except lazier. For the first 30 minutes or so they don't even have any excuse for using the cameras, and after that, they almost never watch the footage they're recording. It's nonsensical.

Paranormal Activity 3

Mildly better than PA2 with some new ideas but its basically the same shit again... except it makes no sense.

Easy A
Easy A(2010)

The cast all work well together, it's consistently funny, and it's probably the closest we've come in the past few years to a good old John Hughes-esqe high school comedy.

Into The Storm

Fantastic special effects and some well made scenes save this generic found-footage disaster movie from being completely terrible, but the script is mostly trash and the acting isn't much better. There's a lot of other movies similar to this but far better. Watch those instead.

Let's Be Cops

Johnson and Wayans are obviously talented and work off each other well, but the script is too weak to support their chemistry. The plot gets fairly ludicrous and especially falls apart near the end, the villain is painfully generic, and overall its not as funny as it should be. With a solid comedic cast and a fairly interesting premise, Let's Be Cops is a decent average movie, but no way near as good as it could've been.

Pineapple Express

Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg do it again with Pineapple Express, and are joined by a hilarious set of co-stars.


Superbad is not your typical teenage comedy.Not only it is a hilarious romp through the city, it also has heart and a great meaning.


Kick-Ass is nothing like anything we've seen before. Taking place in the REAL world, average kid Dave Lizewski (Aaron Taylor-Johnson) ponders the question of why no one has tried to become a real superhero, and when he decides to become Kick-Ass, the world's first superhero, he realizes he's not the only one to share his dream. He begins to fight crime with Big Daddy (Nic Cage), foulmouthed little girl Hit-Girl (Chloe Grace Moretz), and Red Mist (Christopher Mintz-Plasse), and finds out that being a superhero is more dangerous than he once had thought.

Kick-Ass is adapted from the Graphic Novel of the same name by Mark Millar and John Romita Jr., who worked closely with writer/director Matthew Vaughn in the production of the film, so despite a few changes to help the movie appeal to the general audience and translate well to the big screen, the film is adapted very well.

The cast is talented, the script is frequently funny, and it's overall a well made graphic novel adaption, it's definitely a must see for all comic book fans.

Machete Kills

Machete is as an engaging and fun character as ever, but Rodriguez underwhelms with Kills, as although the cast is top notch, it is far underused, as 3 big names play the same role (El Camaléon) that is nearly pointless and completely unexplained, and Sofia Vegara's role is ridiculous and not funny, as well as action that feels more forced to be comedic than the original, which had a natural flow (of blood).

The To Do List

Doesn't have the edge it's premise suggests and it doesn't needs to stand out in the R-Rated comedy, but the cast (except for the two best friends who got on my nerves) is fantastic all round, from Aubrey Plaza to Bill Hader to Clark Gregg, everyone's well cast and the laughs are consistent but are never hilariously outstanding. Not enough Andy Samberg either.

Mission: Impossible

Despite being awful confusing, Mission Impossible is a smart action movie.


Blade's story is thin and it's CGI dates heavily, but Wesley Snipes is totally badass in this fast paced adaption of the comic.

Marvel's The Avengers

The Avengers is a no holds barred superhero movie 4 years in the making that doesn't disappoint. The cast all go together fantastically, Whedon's script and direction are stellar, and there's lots of fun action and humour to go around.

Captain America: The First Avenger

Captain America is a well done origin of the First Avenger, with all around good casting, a good script, and some well done set pieces.


Thor blends mythology and the average superhero film together well, along with a solid cast and some sharp wit.

The Incredible Hulk

The second film in the MCU isn't as good as Iron Man, but the performances are pretty good all around, the CGI is good despite some unrealistic shots of Hulk and/or the Abomination, and although it sometimes is too serious in contrast to the other films in the series, it still entertains.

Iron Man 2
Iron Man 2(2010)

The problem with Iron Man 2 isn't the cast, they're fantastic, and it isn't the direction, Favreau is just as on point as the first, it's the overstuffed script. The film suffers from something I call Iron Man 2 Syndrome, there's so much going on in the movie, the main Whiplash plot, a slight branch off from that with Justin Hammer's plot, Tony's sickness, and the introduction of S.H.I.E.L.D. characters to set up The Avengers, that it just feels too convoluted to be as good as the first.

Guardians of the Galaxy

Guardians of the Galaxy is one of the best that Marvel Studios has released to date. The visuals dazzle and the action is exciting, but they don't get in the way of the movie's heart and frequent hilarity. The main cast is thoroughly likeable as well as some impressive secondary characters and there are some fun twists you won't see coming.


Fast, fresh, and fun, Snowpiercer is one of the most original movies i've ever seen. It takes a little too long to pick up but when it does it's non-stop weird fun and brutal no holds barred violence that you can't take your eyes off of. A thrill to watch.

Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes

Dawn of the Planet of the Apes is just as good or maybe even better than its predecessor. All the apes are animated beautifully, the voice acting is great, and the humans are good as well, save for some lack of character development. The movie is superb from start to finish, holding your interest the entire 130 minutes. It may be one of the best Apes movies yet.

The Purge: Anarchy

Boring. Very little happens in The Purge: Anarchy. It is superior to the first, no doubt, but it's oddly mild in gore and it's written like a Horror movie when it should be written like a dystopian sci-fi. It's an hour and 44 minutes of a group of people running around nearly aimlessly, and nothing happens until the last 20 minutes which still isn't that exciting. There's some good acting in the movie but there's also a lot of bad acting, and Zoe Soul's Cali is one on the most annoying characters in all of cinema. She never shuts up with her stupid shit. They also try to shoehorn some social commentary but it's so obvious and lame that you don't even care. The Purge still is a good concept, but it's still pretty half baked.

Men in Black III

When I heard there was going to be a MIB 3, I thought to myself, do we really want this? The second one wasn't as good as the first, and isn't it said that the third one is just a big mess? Well, like great trilogies like Star Wars, Indiana Jones, and Back to the Future, the MIB series continues on with a fantastic film.

When one armed serial killer Boris the Animal (or just Boris, as you'll find he appreciates more) escapes from a prison on the moon, he is prepared to travel back in time to regain his arm (of which a strange spider-looking thing comes out of and shoots some kind of spikes) and help his past self not get arrested, which includes killing our beloved Agent K. Agent J soon realizes this and that he must also go back in time and stop the two Boris' and save Agent K, and the world. Once J goes back to 1969, he meets up with Young Agent K, who is brilliantly played by Josh Brolin, who represents a total doppleganger of what a young Tommy Lee Jones would look and sound like. The two agents must go running through New York City tracking down Younger Boris, where they end up in Florida at the moon launch, where they meet up with Present Boris, and all the other good stuff.

MIB 3 was a surprise reprise of the Men in Black series, a one that really worked, it had the classic Sonnenfeld comedy, fantastic new characters including Griffin, and a whole lot of heart that makes you realize that there is more to the relationship of J and K than we think.

Men in Black II

Men In Black II follows a lot of the same plot points as the first and doesn't work as well as a whole, but the returning cast still works and the newcomers are good, and a lot more jokes hit than miss.

Django Unchained

Django can be both fast and funny and slow and talkative, but it never ceases to entertain.


Fantastic homages to old exploration flicks, it's awesome.

Death Proof
Death Proof(2007)

Insanely out there, Tarantino's Death Proof is probably his grittiest flick, but is no doubt just as delightful as all his previous efforts, in its own way.

Jackie Brown
Jackie Brown(1997)

Classic Tarantino, homaging classic 70s flicks while making something truly original in itself. The cast is typically outstanding.

True Romance
True Romance(1993)

Starts off oddly, but really picks up into an exciting and oddball action movie.

Reservoir Dogs

In his debut Tarantino shows us that not all crime movies need to be about mindless action, but can be mindless dialogue instead. And that it works.

Pulp Fiction
Pulp Fiction(1994)

A great script, tight editing, and fantastic performances make one of Tarantino's finest outings.

In Bruges
In Bruges(2008)

In Bruges is a throughly enjoyable comedy/drama hybrid, sometimes playing dead serious, and at other times like Hot Fuzz. Farrell, Gleeson, and Fiennes are all spectacular, and they play very well with McDonagh's great script.


Consider Jean-Pierre Jeunet a french Wes Anderson. You may love the wacky antics depicted in this pitch-black comedy, or be confused why anyone would be entertained by it. I myself am in the former category.

Cidade de Deus (City of God)

If there's one movie to show you the raw and shocking culture of the Slums in Rio, this is the one.


A fun and exciting first two acts are followed by a preposterous finale, but Liam Neeson holds up Non-Stop so it keeps your interest for the whole running time.

The Grand Budapest Hotel

Oddball fun. Just what you'd expect from Wes Anderson.

Live Die Repeat: Edge of Tomorrow

Fast paced and entertaining, Edge of Tomorrow is a pretty slick summer movie, and Doug Liman's return to success after following up The Bourne Identity with the mediocre Mr. and Mrs. Smith and downright bad Jumper.


Tammy was terrible straight out of the gate, with forced humour and no laughs throughout the first 10 minutes or so, and gets mildly better from then on, but never is very funny.

Jay & Silent Bob's Super Groovy Cartoon Movie

Can't say I was disappointed by this one, the source material was mediocre, and this wasn't any better, maybe a little worse. Stark's animation is good for Smodimations but can't hold up a whole movie.

Saw 3D
Saw 3D(2010)

Really, truly, a horrible film. Everything in this movie has been blatantly ripped off from the rest of the series making it the most boring and predictable chapter in the series. The big shocking finale twist to the series sucks as its the exact same one they've used twice already. If you want to watch the Saw movies badly, Just watch the first one, hell maybe the first 3, skip the rest, it's not worth it at all if this is the kind of finale they come up with. Utter garbage.

Saw VI
Saw VI(2009)

Not nearly as dreadful as the previous 2, but Saw 6 keeps piling on the bullshit backstory that doesn't even matter. You could watch the first 3 movies and stop there and nothing would be left unanswered, really. We don't need all this shit. Some good traps though.

Saw V
Saw V(2008)

Boring. Really, really boring.

Saw IV
Saw IV(2007)

The traps are pretty boring, the backstory is pointless, like... who cares? And the twist is the exact same as Saw II. Come on, guys.

Saw III(2006)

Not terrible, but the traps are less clever and more just gross than the previous two, and the twist isn't so great.

Saw II
Saw II(2005)

About just as decent as the first, the traps are brutal and the twist comes quite unexpected.

Wedding Crashers

Typical Wilson/Vaughn fare, their comedic chemistry is at a peak in this film, and they are also joined by a talented cast of actors along side them.

Now You See Me

Ugh. Boring, stupid, nonsensical, and full out pointless by the end, Now You See Me's story is random and incoherent and although the effects are impressive the magic tricks are pretty lame anyways.

Remember the Titans

Follows the same old Disney Sports Movie story, but also touches on racism and equality, as well as being thoroughly entertaining throughout.

Uptown Girls
Uptown Girls(2003)

Predictable, boring, and wastes the talent of Boaz Yakin, Uptown Girls is a boring film and Dakota Fanning is an annoying brat.

Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery

Mike Myers continues his golden streak after the Wayne's World films with this hilarious Bond parody.

Wayne's World 2

Wayne's World 2 may not be just as good as its predecessor, but the characters are as fun and likeable as ever, the jokes still work, and Christopher Walken is a welcome presence.

Knocked Up
Knocked Up(2007)

Judd Apatow has done what he does best once again, with his classic cast, his great mix of comedy and drama, and an overall great script. Although, like any Judd Apatow movie it runs on a bit long, it never the less entertains thoroughly.

Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle

Harold & Kumar is a landmark in stoner comedies, as not only is it irreverently hilarious but also has a voice about racism and stereotypes. Cho and Penn star in career-making performances as well as some other amusing co-stars along with a fantastic appearance by NPH.

American Wedding

American Wedding takes a step aside from the normal plot formula of the Pie movies, and i don't real know how, but with the absence of many characters, you'd think it would be a let down, but Wedding is just as funny -If not funnier- as the first, with more daring gags and some absolutely stupid stuff you'd expect from American Pie. In a good way.

American Pie 5: The Naked Mile

A definite improvement over Band Camp, Naked Mile does succeed in getting some laughs, but still fails to get any big plot progression going, and its going over the same virgin storyline as American Pie did, but Naked Mile is overall more enjoyable than Band Camp, but these guys have got to pull it together, because these straight to DVD American Pies are pretty bad.

American Pie 2

Of course, when you see American Pie 2, do not expect what the first gave you. In the first there were many jokes, of which most are funny, Pie 2 does deliver lots of jokes, and although a lot are funny, it's not the same feeling we got from the first one, but being a sequel i think it delivers well.


It doesn't ever reach the comedic heights of Hot Fuzz, but Paul is never-the-less a fun and enjoyable comedy with a great cast and solid writing from Pegg and Frost.

Shaun of the Dead

Shaun of the Dead is a great cult classic with some well made effects and witty jokes.

22 Jump Street

22 Jump Street is nothing short of the most fun you could have at the movies. It's got non-stop laughs and some seriously meta-humour. In 21 Jump Street, Ice Cube said "Embrace your stereotypes", which is basically what this movie has done, embraced it's stereotype as a sequel, and as it turns out, it's better than the first and has one of the most hilarious credits sequences ever.

Project X
Project X(2012)

Halfway through this movie i asked myself "this is it? it's just a whole lot of nothing." But no, it wasn't it. It got a lot worse. The movie is absolutely pointless. It's only reason to exist is so teenagers will pay to see it and be like "woah I wish that was ME getting lit on fire by a crazy guy with a flamethrower! Awesome!" but to literally anyone else besides unintelligent teens, this movie is garbage. The characters are annoying, the plot is non-existent, and it's just really stupid. The basic moral of the story is: who cares about being responsible, getting a college education, not having a criminal record, and not destroying all of your parents things when you're popular? That's all that matters. The best they could've done is at least gotten the kids in a little more trouble so maybe people could get something out of it. But no, it's nothing. This movie is nothing. It's 87 minutes of nothing. Don't watch it. It's not even funny. At all.

Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen

Stupid, mindless, and all around lazy, Transformers 2 goes down as one of the worst sequels of all time along with Batman & Robin and Battle for the Planet of the Apes.

Transformers: Dark of the Moon

Doesn't compare to the first, but this third instalment is much better then the second.


This movie is good fun. Despite it's length, it might be the only good Michael Bay movie.


Neighbours isn't the best comedy to come from Seth Rogen or Nicholas Stoller, but it's consistently funny and enjoyable throughout and most of the cast turns in some good performances, especially Zac Efron, who's finally breaking out of his shell of Disney star turned RomCom actor, much like what Channing Tatum did with 21 Jump Street (except without the Disney stuff in there).

X-Men: Days of Future Past

If you are a fan of the X-Men series, you will love this movie. If you are an average moviegoer, chances are you'll enjoy it a lot as well. The whole original cast is back in action and as good as ever (save for Halle Berry's tiresome Storm, although she's played down a lot because they know she's terrible) and are along side our new First Class cast which are as well, as good as ever. There are also some new members to the cast, most notably Evan Peters fantastic turn as Quicksilver, and also a typically strong performance from Peter Dinklage. The story is nearly perfect, balancing the past and future timelines well up until the climactic battle when the future stuff became irrelevant, and also, for everyone who hated what The Last Stand did to the series and hated X-Men Origins: Wolverine in total will be happy to know this film rights all their wrongs, literally. The movie's exciting, fast paced, quick witted, and it's just good old Mutant fun.


Godzilla is a movie built for IMAX. If you saw it in a regular theatre i'm sure you'd enjoy it, but it's a ton more fun on the BIG screen. A lot of people are pissed off the title character only appears a few times before the big climactic battle, but that's really what you'd want from a movie like this. You don't want monsters 24/7 because it would get tiresome, this movie balances the epic battles with a plot and characters that develop. There are some great performance in the movie (we're talking Bryan Cranston here, Aaron Taylor Johnston is very ho-hum in this movie),the action is, of course, breathtaking and awesome, and Ken Watanabe's role and the epic and familiar soundtrack gives it that cheesy nostalgic Godzilla feel. And hey, he didn't look like a big iguana this time, thats more than the 1998 Godzilla can say.

A Million Ways to Die in the West

MacFarlane's second venture into filmmaking isn't nearly as good as his first (Ted), but on it's own terms, it's a decent raunchy comedy. The script itself is flawed, the movie is no doubt funny but it could've used some revision to smooth out the third act and replace a few of the stale jokes and scenes that go nowhere. I would say it needed a stronger plot but Ted never really had a full out plot and it was still a great movie. The cast is great (NPH is as always hilarious, he nearly steals the movie with his scenes), but they are also underused, as the talented Sarah Silverman and Giovanni Ribisi's plot line is dropped when Charlize Theron is introduced and is then suddenly picked up again at the end of the film. But despite all its flaws in pacing and whatnot, A Million Ways still has enough good old Seth MacFarlane humour, fun performances, and surprising cameos to last through it's slightly prolonged running time.


Dark, violent, disturbing, and sometimes oddly humorous, Oldboy is a film that keeps you guessing and on the edge of your seat, with a twisted and immersive story and a visual flair, Park Chan Wook's revenge tale is one not to be forgotten.



Hancock is such a disappointment. It's in no way a terrible movie, just disappointing. It's first two thirds are pretty good, a fresh and different take on the Superhero movie, but yet when it tries to raise the stakes it fails in every way. Exactly 54 minutes into the film where Charlize Theron's character reveals her powers is immediately when the film goes south. The whole backstory of Smith and Theron's characters is way too foggy, far fetched, and it's merely glossed over. The villain is just stupid, he's not a threat at all and was poorly set up in every way, and Eddie Marsan's accent fades in and out and is terrible. The main performances in the film are good. Smith and Bateman are totally likeable and everything is good there, but the film needed a re-write to fix that damn last third and make this a better film, because it really deserved to be good, but ended up being meh.

Forgetting Sarah Marshall

Forgetting Sarah Marshall has a fantastic cast and a hilarious script that goes over the top a couple of time but still maintains to have a lot of heart.

The Amazing Spider-Man 2

The Amazing Spider-Man 2 is not a bad film. It's a good one. It teeters on the edge of being great, with strong direction, casting, and a great soundtrack. The movie is spectacular visually but unfortunately it suffers from what i like to call "Iron Man 2 Syndrome". IM2S is when, in a large franchise, a movie is used as a stepping stone to set up the further entries in the series, which is a necessity so you don't have to make 10 movies setting up the big ones, but the movie itself is brought down in quality and that's where TASM2 is flawed. There's way too much happening, much of which would be a lot better if it was expanded on (maybe we need a Peter Jackson Director's Cut) and not packed so tightly in an already full movie. These moments include the introduction of Rhino, which was completely useless in the film and is obviously saving time with his origin so he can just pop in the next film(s), and Aunt May's financial debt. Now although the latter is not a very prominent and exciting thing to elaborate on, it still would've been nice to see more of Sally Field, because she's a fantastic actress. Now, despite all the hurriedness of the film and the eagerness to split it into two, you can still no doubt enjoy the film. It has, like I said before, great direction, performances, and music, not to mention an emotional depth that a lot of Superhero films are lacking. The film picks you up, slams you down, disappoints you, surprises you, upsets you, excites you, it really is the definition of a mixed bag.

Batman Returns

While no doubt great, dark entertainment, Batman Returns still has many flaws, from Catwoman's origin to the strange portrayal of The Penguin (although Devito's performance is well done), and not to mention Batman hardly returns throughout the whole flick, the film isn't as powerful as the first without the presence of Nicholson's Joker.


While watching Batman you need to realize Tim Burton was much more focused on the twisted mind of The Joker than on a story actually about the Dark Knight, he's almost a secondary character, almost as if he was only in the film as a necessity. Needless to say, Keaton is a fine Batman and the film's thrilling, but really it would be nothing without Jack Nicholson's powerhouse performance. Where does he get such wonderful toys?

Batman Forever

The action's exciting, the atmosphere of the movie is adapted well, but Val Kilmer's Batman and Tommy Lee Jones' Two-Face aren't strong enough to carry the movie, especially the latter, which Jones plays like a rip off of Nicholson Joker. A fine and energetic performance from Jim Carrey though.

The LEGO Movie

The Lego Movie is packed tight with laughs and visual excellence and has more depth and wit then most comedies out this year.

Hot Fuzz
Hot Fuzz(2007)

Sharply written, stylishly directed, and gleefully inspired, Hot Fuzz is a brilliant take on the Buddy-Cop genre and also just an amazing film all around.


Saw is unique and inventive for it's time, before torture porn was at an extreme and had basically no plotting. The story is well set up with a good mystery and well plotted flashbacks. The movie is genuinely intense and the gore is low but much more effective then it is is later instalments.

Robocop 2
Robocop 2(1990)

RoboCop 2 doesn't know what kind of movie it is. The original Robo had it's share of humour, but it's sequel has a large amount more, and it works, but the filmmakers didn't know how to balance it with the action and drama as much as the previous instalment did, making it seem at points like an Action-Comedy, and at other points just straight up Action. There are a lot of plot points they go over in Robocop 2 that we didn't get to in the first, like just how human Robo/Murphy really is, but that whole point is dropped after the first act or so to make room for more action. Robocop 2 is a decent flick, no doubt. There are a few flaws, especially "Robocop 2" himself, but the action's exciting and the humour (especially the commercials) work, so it's an entertaining sequel. Obviously it's not the original. I never thought it could be as great as that and it isn't, but it isn't that bad.


At first glance RoboCop is a standard action flick, and in that light it's still a good movie. Great effects, action, and story. But if you pay a little more attention to what's going on in the film you realize how smart the film really is. With OCP, the fake commercials, and the news broadcasts satirizing American culture brilliantly. RoboCop is not only good old gory fun, but has it's share of wit, humour, symbolism, and wisdom. A great film all around.

Would You Rather

Would You Rather's familiar yet unique premise isn't put to as best use as it could've in the hands of a more experienced director such as James Wan, playing it unusually and sometimes unsatisfyingly straight, but it's intense and interesting enough to last through the running time, despite the predictable twist ending.

The Watch
The Watch(2012)

The Watch is not as bad as the critics are saying it is, fans of Rogen's previous writing efforts won't be disappointed but the plot is overall stupid and yes, some jokes do fall flat.

Maniac Cop
Maniac Cop(1988)

Maniac Cop is good old B-Movie cheese with nothing new to say but is entertaining enough to last through the running time even if the story isn't great and not all the actors are up to par.


Here's a Pro-Tip to take into consideration while seeing Robocop: Don't expect the original. It's not that. It's nowhere near that. It has none of the wit or satire of that, so if you go in wanting some Weller Robocop you're out of luck and you'll be extremely disappointed. If you decide to go in with a clean slate, it's an okay movie. No doubt it has a few flaws; sometimes awkward pacing, rushed 3rd act, PG-13 violence, some weird music choices at times, and not memorable or exciting enough action sequences, but it's strong cast and a story that differs in little ways enough from the original for it to still be engaging make this remake way off from a total disaster like some are, and is no doubt watchable.


Why is it that horror movie remakes insist on a deep origin story for the villain, and trying to get us to sympathize with them. When will they learn villains are scarier when we don't know as much about them instead of dredging up their past and making it seem like they're killing for a good reason. Why should they be? It's stupid. And whats worse is how unlikable they made Laurie, the main character from the original, almost so annoyingly bitchy it's like we're rooting for Michael. This remake offers a in-depth origin story for our killer, but its futile and stupid and therefore leaves us with a useless retread of the horror classic.

She's Out of My League

Nothing special to the Rom-com genre, but She's Out of My league is funny enough to last through its running time.

Pain & Gain
Pain & Gain(2013)

I am not a fan of Michael Bay. I do not like most of his work therefore i'm skeptical about his films, but this one seemed different, so i went in with an open mind, and got totally Bay'd. What he and they guys behind Pain & Gain need to learn is that just because it's a true story doesn't make it interesting, they need to do that. And what they did was just take the story and slap some stylized violence and an explosion or two and ride with that, which just isn't enough to fill the overlong running time. What P&G does do right is it doesn't glorify it's characters like many true stories do. The characters think they are doing what's good but you and the filmmakers know they aren't, which is refreshing, and Dwayne Johnston as a ninja is always nice.

The Shawshank Redemption

Shawshank is a powerful and beautiful film with a fantastic story and amazing characters. A true classic.

Kill Bill: Volume 2

Kill Bill Vol. 2 isn't as action packed as the first half but is just as delightful and interesting, full of subtle hilarity and classic Tarantino-isims.

X-Men: The Last Stand

X-Men 3 isn't a terrible feat but it feels way too overstuffed and is sorely missing the presence of Bryan Singer.

The Wolf of Wall Street

Wolf of Wall Street is nearly everything you could ask for in an entertaining movie. Drugs, money, gratious nudity; it's not something you'd want to go see with the in-laws, but it sure is a delight.

The Change-Up

Turned this P.O.S. off about halfway through. It's so incredibly stupid with no joke that doesn't go way over the top or has just stupid amounts of shock value; the premise is tired and it's just painful to watch. The leads are likeable enough but the shit they get into is exhaustingly bad.

21 And Over
21 And Over(2013)

Once again the writers of The Hangover have embarrassed themselves with another knock-off of their one hit. After watching with my sister, she told me i didn't like it because I was only 14 and didn't 'get' it. I didn't realize there was something to 'get' out of buffalo's mauling people, darts in the face, and endless drinking games that literally just are drinking games and there's no punchline. The whole movie attempts to get its laughs by purely relying on teens laughing and saying "Could you imagine that happening? That'd be insane!" but there's no real humour to be found. The story is tired as hell, it's literally just different parts of The Hangover, Harold and Kumar go to White Castle, and many other - better- movies. The movie's basic plot is that Jeff Chang is a straight arrow kid about to have a big job interview to become a doctor tomorrow (H&K, anyone?) but today's his 21st birthday, so his two buffoon friends take him out on a night on the town that goes on and on, even in it's short run time. There's literally like 1 or 2 real jokes ion the movie, the rest is just random profanity and ridiculousness that they expect teens will just love. It worked in Project X, right? Well, not really but it did for the teenagers who praised the flick. The films conclusion is a generic 'stick it to your parents' 'you're your own person' ending that speaks to kids and they feel for the characters even though they shouldn't be making decisions for themselves, did you see the damn movie??? The whole thing is just a mash up of better comedies with stupid profane stunts that the film stables through until it's Bromance/"Coming of age???" conclusion.

Halloween III - Season of the Witch

What seemed like a good way to shake up the series failed miserably with this one-note horror flick that has nothing to be about until October 31st, which is present in the film for about 10 minutes.

Halloween II
Halloween II(1981)

More of the same, really. Without Carpenter in full control the movie fails to live up to the original and the setting is not as eerie as the first's.


There's not many horror films as original as Halloween. You may think it's formulaic as anything but really, it's the movie that started the formula and with some great atmosphere and music, it makes for a good time.

The Island
The Island(2005)

The Island is 2 movies. The first movie is a cool sci-fi THX like adventure, slow and tense, slowly giving away different clues about whats going on, and finally all's revealed and it spins your head, although it feels like a rehash of other movies of the genre sometimes. After this begins the second movie, the movie that you realize it's a Michael Bay movie. There's helicopters, trucks, and hundreds of explosions that are great to look at, but for almost 2 hours it's a little excessive, especially because it throws almost all of the coolness, creativeness and the morals of the first half and replaces it with said action, silly humour, and a sudden lack of character development. If they had extend the first half thought the plot through more, and got rid of the second half, this would be a memorable if not slightly formulaic Sci-Fi movie.

The Family
The Family(2013)

The Family has the cast and potential to be a great film, but the script is just too bland to make up for it. There are some memorable moments though.

White House Down

White House Down is all action and not much else, Tatum and Foxx work well together but the film is overall forgettable.

Fast & Furious 6

'Fast & Furious 6' (even though in the movie it says 'Furious 6' I don't know, oh well), and it is hands down the best of the series. This one is just like 'Fast Five', it's got a huge cast of everyone you may or may not remember from all the previous installments; Male Kristen Stewart (Vin Diesel), The guy who can't figure out if he's a cop or not (Paul Walker), the Incredible Hulk (Dwayne Johnson), the undead girlfriend (Michelle Rodriguez), the love interest (Jordana Brewster), the comic relief (Tyrese "Doesn't have a cool nickname" Gibson and Chris "Ludacris" Bridges), the guy who we already know is going to die in 'Tokyo Drift' (Sung Kang), that Russian girl again (Gal Gadot), and an Australian or British bad guy (Luke Evans) doing basically what they did in the last one.

Well, that's a bit of an overstatement. The plot is similar, but this time Johnson's on the good side (do they count as good?), and they're hunting down Owen Shaw, a man I can only presume to be a drug lord. The series itself is very over-the-top, with physic-defying stunts and such, but this one, this is more over-the-top than any of them, and it's awesome. It's so ridiculous you'd be a fool not to enjoy it. There's tank chases, people jumping over bridges catching people and landing without a scratch, a really, really, REALLY long runway, and so much more, and it's all good fun.

The movie, like 'Fast Five', is a bit too long, during the film it doesn't FEEL too long until the very end, it's interesting and intense the whole way through. So, if there's one 'Fast & Furious' movie I'd recommend most, it'd be this one, all the way.

Movie 43
Movie 43(2013)

I thought with all these skits and all this talent, at least something in this movie would make me laugh.

I was wrong. This movie is so bad it was difficult to watch. The humour is so immature it's unbearable and I'm one for almost all types of comedy. It's all trying to be edgy and it's so bad, it's all just stupid and all copies of this film needs to be burned.

The Heat
The Heat(2013)

The Heat is an average comedy with the regular hits and misses, but it's funny enough to occupy one for a couple of hours.

Iron Man 3
Iron Man 3(2013)

Iron Man 3 is a more personal story than the previous films, and although that may not appeal to some this story is nevertheless great, the action is still thrilling, and the characters are as strong as funny as ever.


Gravity is a tense, inventive, and visually thrilling film that works on all the levels it should and makes the most out of its stars (no pun intended) and location amazingly.


All the way through Insidious seems to be on a thin line between tense and unintentionally funny (Tiny Tim, anyone?), but for a solid hour and ten or so it keeps it's twists and scares fairly fresh, but it's 3rd act is utterly ridiculous in every way. It's main antagonist monster looks like a balding Darth Maul that spends time SHARPENING HIS NAILS and LOOKING AT YOU SEDUCTIVELY THROUGH HIS WINDOW all while listening to TINY TIM'S TIPTOE THROUGH THE TULIPS. COME ON. REALLY? The monster is so hilariously stupid every time he was on screen I couldn't help but laugh. Even the other monsters and ghosts were scarier and they were stupid and unnecessary too. But besides this mess of a finale, Insidious is still only a decent horror film.

The Final Destination

The Final Destination is rock bottom for this once inventive series. Gone are the clever kills and fun twists, for they've been replaced with things smashing into or onto people and twists so predictable they put M. Night Shyamalan to shame. The same old formula is still there and semi entertaining but the series has run out of gas.

The World's End

The Worlds End is the hilarious, ultra bad-ass end to the amazing Cornetto trilogy (also consisting of Shaun of the Dead and Hot Fuzz), and it is just as good as the two before it. Expertly blending action, comedy, and much more, Edgar Wright and Co. prove they have what it takes to make 3 amazing films in a row. What this film doesn't do is live up to it's predecessor, Hot Fuzz, but it's funny and engaging enough to keep you on the edge of your seat while simultaneously laughing for the entire 110 minutes.

Final Destination 3

Sure, you can't fix what's not necessarily broken, but FD3 is just the same predictable stuff over and over with no new twists or turns whatsoever, just a lot more of what some have come to love, but what most will find a little repetitive at this point.

Final Destination 2

More of the same, FD2 changes little to differ from the first but is still popcorn gory fun.

Final Destination

Final Destination sports an intriguing premise, and for a while it's actually pretty intense. But where it goes wrong is it takes itself way too seriously for it's own good, as you can only go so far in this movie keeping a straight face, it's just silly fun after a while, and I'm not quite sure it was what they were aiming for.

You're Next
You're Next(2013)

In a time where the horror genre is filled with bad home invasion flicks (The Purge) and paranormal house movies (Paranormal Activity 2, 3 and 4) are being pumped out by the minute, You're Next comes along and flips the genre on it's head and gives new hope to the new generation of horror filmmakers. Obviously inspired by films such as the Evil Dead trilogy, You're Next poses -with a trailer and all- as a bad run-of-the-mill horror flick and even starts off that way, and with gracefulness and skill turns itself into something wickedly different twistedly hilarious and overall spectacular. It seems the greatest horror films are the ones that not only deliver the goods buffs expect, but providing so much more for people who don't even like the genre.


Elysium is a tightly constructed visual masterpiece by Writer/Director Neill Blomkamp, with great performances and a highly interesting story, if it's District 9 you're looking for, this isn't it, but it's still a damn good Sci-Fi flick.

Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters

A non-memorable sequel to it's non-memorable predecessor, Sea of Monsters features beautiful effects and visuals but not much more, as it doesn't feel as if it was translated well from the pages. An entertaining action fantasy for kids 8-12, but doesn't reach any more of a broader audience that the Harry Potter series did so well. It's dazzling enough to almost make it through its running time, but overall feels like it could've been a lot better.

2 Guns
2 Guns(2013)

2 Guns is your standard Denzel Washington action fare, guns, girls, and more guns. He's been doing it for years and will probably continue even without Tony Scott. Denzel's movies are basically more-or-less all the same, and some are pretty bad, and this movie's got all the ingredients of a bad Denzel Washington movie, but the charisma of Washington and Marky Mark is impeccable and well, that plus violent action and stuff, well it's pretty badass, and that makes for a delightful summer popcorn flick.

Kick-Ass 2
Kick-Ass 2(2013)

Kick-Ass 2 faithfully adapts it's comic book roots, 'Kick-Ass 2', but too well. What I mean is that this movie isn't a sequel to Kick-Ass the movie. It's a sequel to Kick-Ass the book. How so? Well, the first film changed many things from the book to make it a little more film friendly, Katie and Dave end up together, Big Daddy's story's true not false, and the tone is way lighter than the comic. Kick-Ass 2 wasn't. Kick-Ass 2 reverts almost all of that really fast. The shock comedy is too out of place compared to the first film, and Dave and Katie's relationship is thrown out the window immediately to make it easier for Wadlow to adapt the book, which may seem faithful, but really makes the films feel way different and too uneven. If the first Kick-Ass was just like the comic, this would've played better, but it wasn't any Wadlow failed to adapt the way Vaughn did so thoughtfully. But now, putting that aside, Kick-Ass 2 alone isn't too strong of a movie, it's fun, i'll give it that, seeing Kick-Ass and Hit Girl back on the big screen kicking more ass was great, but the tone, while also way weird and way dark was also too silly at parts, as Wadlow awkwardly replaces really dark scenes from the comic with silly and stupid potty humour, which there can be too much of in this movie. The super-hero team is way under-developed, especially, and disappointingly, Jim Carrey's character, and it's just not as fun or ironic as the first. If you're looking for a good bit of fun, check this movie out, but if you're looking for more of what the first gave you, don't get your hopes up.

The Smurfs 2
The Smurfs 2(2013)

Smurfs 2, despite all the crazy stuff and silly antics happening, is a very boring movie. The plot is just really scaffolding for lots of CGI chases and excuses to swear because saying 'smurf' instead of a swear word in every smurfing scene is just hilarious. The naughties are a neat idea but the film focuses more on just entertaining the kiddies, which i'll give them that, it'll work for them, but a good childrens' movie should entertain all ages, like Shrek or Toy Story, this just makes testicle jokes and expects everyone over 10 years old to be like "Heh, he said smurfberries and meant balls but the kids don't know that, this is swell" but really, that never happened. Given it's way too long running time filled with talking ducks and whatnot, I think anyone who's not a child will be very bored by this film, aside from a few one-liners the story's boring, the Sony product placement is exhausting and it's overall just a waste of a bunch of talent. If you were a fan of the TV series, the comics, the figures, or even the first movie, which wasn't as bad, you'll be disappointed by this film, i'd recommend some skipping of this film.

We're The Millers

We're the Millers is a routine road trip raunchy comedy on the whole, but it surpasses its recent competitors (such as Identity Thief) because of the great cast's comic charisma. It has its share of stupid humour but Sudeikis and friends cough up enough one-liners and almost too raunchy scenes to entertain you throughout the entire film. Though not without it's flaws, such as the overly familiar plot and some stale gags, the film has just enough to entertain one for it's running time, a good choice if your in the mood for just a silly comedy.


This movie is boring, dull, exhausting, and many other words alike. It takes the potential of it's name actors (Jennifer Garner and Terrance Stamp) and punches it in the face. The action is silly, it's chocked full of stupid villains that couldn't make it into X-Men, The guy who's tattoos are... real?, ninjas that are suppose to be the most powerful on earth but can be stopped by a 13 year old, and a kiss-death-woman (wait now that was IN X-Men.) the supporting cast is generic and nothing special, and there's literally what seems like a half hour of Elektra skipping, doing pull ups, and sitting down. At one point Elektra says "I'm sick of sitting here." and i was like, " YOU are? Girl I have to sit through the longest 1hr 30 i've ever sat through filled with flashbacks that don't even matter and dull action that makes up for nothing!" Not to mention that little girl is reeeaaaally annoying.

Spider-Man 2
Spider-Man 2(2004)

Yeah, so, we got all that becoming a superhero stuff out in the first, so now this sequel has room to explore the emotional side of Spider-Man, and how he's got to deal with real life as well as being a superhero. The reoccurring cast from the first is still great, Maguire, Dunst, Franco, and of course J.K. Simmons' impeccable J Jonah Jameson.

It's villain is better than the first, with Alfred Molina breathing life into Doc Ock as no other actor could. Sure, Dafoe as the Goblin was more terrifying, but Ock is a deeper more interesting, more troubled villain that captures our attention more than the goblin could. Spidey 2 has plenty of web-swinging fun, but also a lot more heart than the first, and we really feel for the characters, even the ones we least expect.

If you though X2 was the groundbreaking super-sequel of the century then i urge you to see this film, for I think it's superior to not only X-Men United but to it's own predecessor too.


Spider-Man defined the modern origin story as X-Men did the superhero movie. It thrillingly captured Spider-Man's origins as faithful as a movie could, the casting is great, Tobey Maguire is the perfect awkward-but-likeable Peter Parker, and Willem Dafoe is exactly how you'd imagine Norman Osborn to be in real life, the choice of director is golden, I love Sam Raimi's work and his visual style didn't let up for Spider-Man, it's as fun and incredible as ever.

The action looks incredible and feels as if you're immersed in it, all the acting is terrific and the story is so faithful it's almost like they copied it right from the page, and that's a positive thing. It's so fun and exciting yet sweet and loveable at the same time, it's one of the best superhero movies around.

X2: X-Men United

Although it's not too long, it does seem to drag on for a bit, but that aside, X2 is a fun superhero movie.


So, Daredevil sure isn't the worst Superhero movie I've ever seen, but it's far from the best. It's casting is solid, Affleck and Garner make reasonable chemistry, even if the number of scenes featuring them both are lacking, and Michael Clark Duncan plays a spot-on Kingpin, just who you'd want to be Wilson Fisk. But, the script, while it might hold your interest for the span of the film, has it's share of cliched lines and cheesy dialogue, you know, the kind where someone says something and you can guess what the other person will reply.

Overall Daredevil feels somewhat rushed with just not enough character development to make the Devil-Elektra relationship fully constructed and a somewhat unclear plot, (Devil says revenge isn't the answer, but spends the rest of the film getting revenge, come on, man.) but it's got just enough action and solid performances to get you through the running time.

Grown Ups 2
Grown Ups 2(2013)

Adam Sandler is Adam Sandler. His films have always been the same, with a few hiccups like Jack and Jill, but besides that, they're just silly fun slapstick movies with good hearts under the raunchiness.

Grown Ups 2 just fits that criteria. Lesser, but not necessarily worse than Sandler's earlier works, it has it's moments but its plot is just way too loose and it can fall apart at points. There are many funny one-liners and cameo appearances, but it is what it is, a Sandler flick. It's not very good, it's not necessarily bad, and it sure isn't the stinker it's made out to be, but a Sandler film's a Sandler film and if you can't handle some silly comedy then where's the fun in life.

The Wolverine

The Wolverine does what X-Men Origins tried to do, but way better and on location in Japan. Finally Logan gets a movie with a worthy story to be told, not just a rehashed origin. The Wolverine pitches Logan against countless breathtaking action sequences pulled off insanely well while still remaining interesting and involving. The scenery is amazing, Jackman is as funny and likeable while still being fierce and threatening. With a character as engaging as Wolverine, you wonder why it would be so hard to give him a stand-alone in the first place, but this treats Origins as a slight misstep and assures us that First Class wasn't a fluke and the X-Men series is back on track, full and ready for Days of Future Past.

Like X-Men? See this flick. Like Wolvie? See this flick. Like superheroes? See this flick. This is easily one of the best superhero films of the year, so beautifully and breathtakingly executed.

Fast Five
Fast Five(2011)

The award for most unexpected turn around for a failing series goes to 'Fast Five'. If anyone had ever lost faith in the series, this is the one to redeem itself. For one, it ties together all chapters, so at last having to sit through 3 and 4 paid off, so you know what's going on, and also, the chases look better than ever.

'Fast Five' stars all the main characters from the past four films, Brian (Paul Walker), Mia (Jordana Brewster), Dom (Vin Diesel), Roman (Tyrese "looks the exact same as he did 10 years ago" Gibson), Tej (Chris "Ludacris" Bridges), that mean guy from the first, the guy who died in "Tokyo Drift", the Russian girl from the fourth one who no one remembers, and The Rock, as in Dwayne Johnson as Luke Hobbs, the only original character in this movie.

The plot (like all previous films) isn't too in-depth, but feels more focused than past installments. Dom gets broken out of prison and then there's 20 minutes of happy family time before they decide to steal $100 million from an evil drug dealer guy. What happens next is an hour and 40 minutes of non-stop action, cars, and humour. But never-the-less, I felt that all that time (the movie's 2h 10min) did not need to be spent all on the heist. It did drag at points, that much is true, but it's not like the 4th one where the movie's not even 2 hours and feels too long.

'Fast Five' is everything you'd want from a high-octane action movie, plus, what sequel this late in a series can be better than the first. 'The Phantom Menace' wasn't, 'Kingdom of the Crystal Skull' wasn't, and 'Batman & Robin' for SURE wasn't. So for a 4th sequel in a franchise, I'd say it's pretty awesome.

Fast & Furious

The fourth and worst installment in the once watchable franchise is 'Fast & Furious', the absolute rock bottom of the series. 'F&F' reintroduces the cast of the first film, Dom (Vin Diesel), Mia (Jordana Brewster), Brian (Paul Walker), and Letty (Michelle Rodriguez). Now, this movie was completely unnecessary, the characters were already introduced (because all 4 original movies were setting up the all-star 'Fast Five'), and just to set up a twist that would be revealed in the 6th. Now, this set-up for the 6th occurs in the first half hour, so then we have to watch another hour and 20 minutes of sloppy stories mish-mashed together from bits and pieces of the first three movies.

So, obviously, I did not like this one. The only thing I liked, the ONLY thing, was the races. They looked better than ever. But after a while, when the last race comes around, you just don't care. The movie gets so tiresome, the same thing over and over, the only thing this movie was made for was to put the finishing touches to pull all four together, and just to make more money. This movie is the prime example of soulless filmmaking.

The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift

Third in the series (But 7th chronologically) is 'Tokyo Drift', which was at the time a totally non-sequitur, what-is-going-on, hey-there's-Vin-Diesel-oh-now-he's-gone-again movie, but now it makes sense. The film differs from the original two, although it doesn't necessarily add anything interesting in it's place. The basic plot of it is an American teenager named Sean Boswell (Lucas Black) who drives so fast he ends up in Tokyo where he drives fast with Lil' Bow Wow (I think it's just Bow Wow now.) There might have been a bit about crashing and avoiding arrest by moving but who cares. At this point, the producers know the audience doesn't care about a lot of story or anything, just races, and that's all this one's about. Like, ALL about.

The races are awesome. They're fast, they're intense, they're great. If you're watching it for those, you're in for a good time. if not, you should just skip it, it only comes into context after Fast & Furious 6 anyway. I Said before that 'Drift' is somewhat different from the first two, but what it keeps from the first two is those awesome races, which are indeed awesome, but after you see them over and over they aren't so amazing anymore, and we miss the fun of the first two.

2 Fast 2 Furious

'2 Fast 2 Furious' shows the return of Brian O'Conner (Paul Walker), who has fled to Florida, and teams up with an old friend, Roman Pearce (Tyrese "Tyrese" Gibson), Tej Parker (Chris "Ludacris" Bridges), and Monica Fuentes (Eva Mendes) to take down a drug lord.

Like it's predecessor, '2 Fast' is low on story, but high on chasing and racing. With an improved budget and more sleek effects, the races look cleaner and the CGI better. The addition of Roman and Tej (Who's name is just Ludacris. Get it?) adds a more light and fun feel to the series, and it's a lot more over the top, which can be fun at some points but can also be stupid.

Although the film somewhat differs from the first, the basic story is more or less the same and the character development is thin. Getting back to the over-the-topness, well, if you though the part in the first where Dom (Vin Diesel, who isn't in this one) flips and completely crashes-and survives-was crazy, then you'll be surprised when watching this one, there's cars crashing into boats, guys with home arrest anklets who leave the country without any hassle, ejector seats, and Brian (Paul Walker) still being a cop even though he isn't one but is again in the 4th one anyway, and it's all very improbable.

So, all in all, '2 Fast 2 Furious' (Which, by the way, is a ridiculous title) both improves on the original and can be lesser to it, but if it's cars and stunts you want, here you go.

The Conjuring

The Conjuring is easily the most interesting horror film of the decade so far, trading in the modern run-of-the-mill paranormal house story for an intense 'true story' mystery-horror film. It's chocked full of jumpscares to please you (or displease, depends on your view on horror films) and is just utterly creepy, while still managing to hold a story, unlike other modern horror flick such as the Paranormal Activity series and the Last Exorcisms. Finally James Han's tense horror directing is put to good use, even if it sometimes falls into generic ghost story shenanigans.


X-Men was the movie that set the standard for Superhero movies in the 21st century. It features a strong ensemble cast and faithfully adapted characters, even if it's story isn't necessarily worth your time, the films more important on focusing on the look of the film, to make sure it satisfies it's fans.

The Fast and the Furious

'The Fast and The Furious' tells the story of Brian O'Conner (Paul Walker), an undercover cop, whose assignment is to find out whether or not an elite race crew (which consists of Dominic Toretto (Vin Diesel), Mia Toretto (Jordana Brewster), Letty Ortiz (Michelle Rodriguez) and more) has been stealing electronics.

The plot is a common one, 'Undercover cop must choose between the law and his new found friends', nothing original. Also, the script isn't outstanding either. The romance isn't that believable or in-depth, and it's not all too mind-bending, as in one's brain needs not to be engaged while watching the film. As I watched it I realized it was very basic and brainless,but it didn't stop me from enjoying the mindless action and driving sequences.

I have to say the film is a guilty pleasure of mine, for I just enjoy the action and cars, it's just fun, and apparently the audience did too, as the film grossed $207,283,925 worldwide. This shows just how many people will pay to see cars go fast and not much else. Now I know it seems like I don't like the film too much based on the last paragraph but on the lighter side, the writers and director of this film really weren't focused on story or acting. What they really cared about was the cars. And I'll tell you what, if there's one movie that'll display the best races and chases, this is the one, just don't expect a lot more. These things are what the film's all about, and they're awesome. They are done with skill and style and they deliver.


R.I.P.D. is not a great movie. It might not even be a good movie, but it's not all that bad. The premise is smart. Men in Black meets Dead Like Me, a great movie and a good show, and from the director of Red? Should've been a straight shot winner. But, what should've been a dark comedy action movie, instead became a silly, only sometimes funny, summer ride. The movie has it's moments, quite a few, really, but the deaddos are just stupid CGI things and the story is a little too basic. So, R.I.P.D. wasn't D.O.A., but it just wasn't good enough.

X-Men Origins - Wolverine

WARNING: this review may have spoilers.

Origins was clearly a cash grab and a cash grab only. That being said, it was pure fun and explosions, but that's about it. We already know Wolvie's backstory from the first few films, a puzzle really, then this goes ahead and ruins the whole mystery giving us the entire story which takes away from the element that we only know as much as Wolverine does. So, overall, the movie isn't that bad, Jackman is as great as Wolverine as he always is, but the script is bland and its just pure moneymaking.

Now, besides the quality of the script and such, the movie has other flaws. For one, Deadpool. Wade Wilson, a mercenary who seems to be working with Wolverine at the beginning of this movie, becomes the subject of a test of which he is titled Weapon 11 because weapon XI didn't sound as cool as Weapon X. In the comics, this happens and Wilson becomes Deadpool, a schizo merc with Wolvie's regenerating health. This happens in the film, but alongside the regeneration, he gets Cyclops' laser vision, Katana's in his hands, Wolvie style, and they took away his mouth. Yeah. It's kind of hard to be the 'Merc With the Mouth" If you haven't got a goddamn mouth. Ryan Reynolds gets about 5 minutes of screen time as Deadpool before being decapitated. Skip to post credits sequence. Wade's decapitated body is reaching for it's head, which apparently just has a mouth now cause we all know that's what happens when you get decapitated. I swear if the new movie version of Pool has laser vision and Katana-Hands, I'm out.

Another flaw is Liev Schreiber as Sabretooth. Now, Schreiner is a fine actor, but Sabretooth was a blonde wrestler with a beard in the 2000 adaption of 'X-Men' for gods sake. How does it go from Schreiber to Tyler Mane?

Anyways, the movie has it's flaws, it's silly over-the-top fun, but is it fun enough to get past it's cash grab premise and flat script? No, no not really. Just a bland summer action movie, which is only average.

Funny People
Funny People(2009)

Although this movie is incredibly long, so long that the 3rd and 4th top billed actors are only in the film for the last hour or so, when it does end, you wish you knew what would happen next. It starts off being overly predictable, but it's fantastically talented cast and has a great script by mastermind Judd Apatow that make this movie better than it's formula is. I think the best thing about this movie is that one second you could be laughing about a brilliant joke, and the next second you could be almost crying, all in one scene, which is what Apatow is best at.

This Is the End

This Is the End is everything and more that you could possibly want from an apocalypse movie written & directed by the hilarious team of Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg. From Emma Watson with an axe to a certain boy band being *ahem* back, again, this movie jumps all over the place with comedy and even a few scares in between.

The basic plot is this; Jay Baruchel (Jay Baruchel) is visiting his friend Seth Rogen (Seth Rogen) in L.A. After hanging out for a few hours, they decide to go to James Franco's (James Franco) house for a housewarming party he's hosting. At the party are many celebrities, but that doesn't matter because SPOILER ALERT (BUT NOT REALLY CAUSE IT'S THE PLOT AND IS IN THE TRAILER most everyone dies but Seth, Jay, James, Craig (Craig Robinson), Jonah (Jonah Hill), and Danny (the only sometimes funny Danny McBride). Together the 6 of them must fight for survival and still maintain their friendship and trust to each other, which is no doubt put to the test multiple times throughout the film.

So, obviously, the script isn't too in-depth, it's mostly shenanigans and whatnot while trying to survive, which is in no doubt hilarious, but don't look for any big and frequent plot advancements.

So overall, this movie is like what all the Rogen/Goldberg movies were leading up to, and it delivers.

The Hangover Part III

What was funny about The Hangover was that the plot was unique and funny. What was funnyish about Part II was it was that same unique and funny plot. Now, it's gone, and instead, Part III awkwardly mixes comedy, action, and thrills, but can't successfully pull any off.

The movie does have it's moments, the Wolfpack still have funny chemistry and there are some laughs, but Part III is just beating a dead man who died beating a dead horse, despite the plot change.

Star Trek Into Darkness

Star Trek Into Darkness takes the new Trek series to a new level, a darker and more intense one, and features some great performances, especially Simon Pegg.

Star Trek 2 starts off with Kirk and Spock recovering something from somewhere that really has nothing to do with the movie but it's just an intro so no harm done, but when they return to Earth, one of their buildings is attacked by a man named John Harrison.

What follows is 2 hours and 9 minutes of non-stop intensity that cleverly remakes the plot of the original Star Trek 2 while keeping itself away enough to not be predictable or boring. The whole movie's great fun, you'll laugh, you'll be kept on the edge of your seat, hell, you might even cry.

Cop Out
Cop Out(2010)

Cop Out isn't too bright of a film, and it's not always as funny as it should be, but it's heart is in the right place as an 80s Buddy Cop Movie homage, and some hilarious moments with Tracy Morgan and Seann William Scott.

Zack and Miri Make a Porno

Zack and Miri Make a Porno delivers many, many laughs, dishes up quite a bit of heart, and plenty of graphic nudity, so although you may get offended by it, (God knows why, this movie is harmless.) this film is a solid Kevin Smith picture.


Armageddon is an excessively loud, noisy, and very confusing. In all of it's unnecessary 2 hours and 30 minutes, Michael Bay fails to produce hardly any character development, leaving its sappy tearjerker ending with no tears shed. Willis and Tyler had almost no chemistry on screen aside from holding hands once. I will admit there were some pretty awesome and/or tense scenes that i enjoyed and the comedic element worked, but overall i was greatly disappointed.

The Amazing Spider-Man

Personally, I thought it was a little early for a full out reboot of the Spider-Man franchise, and I had a lot of questions about the choices of the movie, like why did they pick Andrew Garfield? He seemed way too good looking to be a geeky Peter Parker, but he came through perfectly. The director, Marc Webb, had directed 500 Days of Summer, which isn't exactly a superhero movie, but he directed it flawlessly. Also, the Lizard. Growing up with Spider-Man I used to think that he was kind of a lame villain, he didn't really have a cause, he was just a lab experiment who just wrecks stuff. But in this movie, he is so much more developed, so much more evil. And Rhys Ifans was perfect to play him. Actually, everyone was played great by everyone, the casting was fantastic. Everyone seemed to care, everyone seemed (I don't mean to take from my dad's mini review on the car ride home) realistic, even Flash. Like, in everything else he's big bully this and big bully that, but in this, he understands. Overall, The Amazing Spider-Man is a somewhat improvement over Spider-Man, (the first one, that is) and is a great and fun reboot and probably the best movie all year. With an overall believable cast, director, and script, The Amazing Spider-Man is fast, fresh, and often even funny. It really is "Amazing."

Evil Dead
Evil Dead(2013)

Okay, let's do a little history lesson before i review this, shall we? Now, growing up i didn't like horror movies cause i was scared of them, the past couple years its mostly cause almost all of 'em are bad. But out of the few I liked, (Scream, Nightmare on Elm) the original Evil Dead trilogy (The Evil Dead, Evil Dead 2: Dead by Dawn. Army of Darkness) was one of them.

Now not only did I like them, I got obsessed with them for a while and I still like them 'till this day. See, I discovered the series while the remake was still quite early in production, and I learned about the said remake about a month later, and was more excited than a pig in shit that is rapped in garbage. After further obsessing and reading over the internet I realized the remake would most likely include much of the elements of the original, but more realistic and gory. Now, I was comfortable with most horror films now, most of which i'd seen, slashers, but if I was going in for some Hostel type stuff i was kinda worried, but wanted to see it anyway.

So, despite how gruesome i thought it would be, it was AWESOME. Now, it's not a cheesy cult film like the original, but what it loses in the dark humoured spirit of the original it makes up for with awesome 99% CGI free effects and just awesome gore that will make all fans of the classic trilogy smile.

If you want a deep horror flick that messes with your brain and is smarter than the baby Einstein and Steven Hawking had together, you wont find it here. But, that being said, this is better than most of the stupid paranormal horror flicks out now. This movie isn't trying to use "unique" and "true" ghost stories to provide scares. It doesn't try to be complex or intelligent. It's a huge gore fest that wants nothing more than to make you cringe and enjoy yourself at the movies, and it knows it. It uses nail guns, crowbars, broken glass, chainsaws, and limbs being severed to scare and entertain instead of jumpy scenes with pots and pans falling and creepy kids. It's a useless fun, frightening, cringeworthy movie and it and it's filmmakers know it. They're not here to send a message or provoke thought (actually, most horror movies don't) it's just here to show you some good old gory fun.

If you're a horror fan and you're looking for a good time, see this movie. If you're a moviegoer who is not faint of heart and want to have fun at the movies, see this flick. If you loved the original, see this. Don't think twice. This is good fun. If you're looking for the next amazing psychological thriller and smart horror, you wont find it here. What you'll find is good old fashion gore and what going to the movies should be about, fun. It's fun and useless and it knows it. So you should keep it in mind too.

Scary Movie 5

If you enjoyed the previous Scary Movie films this will not disappoint, but if your looking for a good comedy and less, well, this, it is not what you're gonna want to see. I am sort of a fan of the franchise, I don't love 'em but they're fun and enjoyably stupid, (except SM 2, that was just stupid, no enjoyability.) but I found V to be lacking the fun silliness of the originals and more just mean-spirited humour and stupid slapstick that only occasionally scored laughs. If you're a fan of the franchise I'd say you'd be a little disappointed with this, but meh, see it anyway if you enjoyed the others. Average moviegoers? I'd say you'd be better off skipping it and watching "Black Dynamite" on Netflix or something, because that's how you do a Spoof.

Man on the Moon

Man on the Moon is just amazing. Jim Carrey's portrayal of Andy Kaufman is breathtakingly accurate, it's surprisingly just as funny and smart as Kaufman's real performances and is just overall fantastic from start to especially finish.

Dr. Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas

The Grinch can be sweet, funny, and heartfelt, but it can also be stupid and irritating. I'm half and half with this one

Me, Myself & Irene

I found Irene enjoyable and interesting, but it lacks the great comedy of previous Farrelly Brothers and Jim Carrey films, and substitutes it with invincible cows, dildos, and Midgets with nun-chucks (okay that was kind of funny).

The Truman Show

The Truman Show is fun, intriguing, and ultimately very insightful and though-provoking, although it isn't as wacky or funny as previous Jim Carrey vehicles, it's a great and enjoyable film.

The Cable Guy

The film itself is fairly interesting, with a rare moral and a very unique - and quite dark - way of showing it. But what elevates the film past this mark is a fantastic performance by Carrey that although may not score that many laughs, is believably frightening and utterly brilliant.

The Mask
The Mask(1994)

The Mask is a over-the-top and outrageous comedy that never ceases to excite and amuse, a great Jim Carrey fare for all. It's blend of Jim Carrey's unique humour and CGI special effects, The Mask (Big Head) character is brought fantastically to life and is very entertaining in the process.

Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief

Percy Jackson adds nothing new to the Fantasy genre, and is muddled by the success of Harry Potter, but kids and some adults alike will find some enjoyment.


Zombieland perfects the blend of horror and comedy and shows us that all horror flicks nowadays don't have to suck

Liar Liar
Liar Liar(1997)

The plot is quite childish and the moral is as common as Jim Carrey making a odd facial expression, but Liar Liar is funny, enjoyable, and even manages to be heartwarming. It left a smile on my face.

Ace Ventura - When Nature Calls

When Nature Calls is way sillier than it's first instalment (That's right. SILLIER) and only gets half the laughs the first did.

Dumb and Dumber

So stupid it's smart, Dumb and Dumber provides us with laughs in the dumbest way but after all, what did you expect?

Ace Ventura: Pet Detective

Pet Detective provides us with a nostalgic 80's cop movie feel, with the new twist of a character like Ace Ventura with Jim Carrey's at this point new and fresh wacky humour, although not every joke is a hit, this flick is still enjoyable.

Who Framed Roger Rabbit

Who Framed Roger Rabbit is an amazing flick, a great film for any moviegoer. It's fantastic and amazing combination of live action and animation (using no computers) is revolutionary and the whole movie all in all is amazing and features one of Christopher Lloyd's best performances.

Son of the Mask

Ok, so, let's take The Mask, as funny, enjoyable film with great performances and fun silliness. Then let's take away every single good performance and everything worthwhile, add copious amounts of unnecessary mythology and plastic hair and crappy CGI and then you've got Son of the Mask

Let's start of simple. Our main hero, The Mask, is no longer portrayed by the likeable Stanley Ipkiss (Jim Carrey) but the somewhat annoying and not at all exciting Tim Avery. (Jamie Kennedy) Now, I like Kennedy in his previous work, but this, it's just not the same, the way he portrays The Mask is not at all how it has ever been before, Comic, Movie, TV, or video games, it's this weird mash up of a wax Conan O'Brian and the Burger King guy, with a terrible Elvis like voice. Our once likeable lead starts off with a terrible dance number, putting the song "You're just to good to be true" Into Dance, country and other terrible versions all while using a zoom lens basically the entire time.

The Mask then has sex with Tim Avery's wife, and then she has a baby which is not truly Avery's, but the Mask's, or Loki's or whatever. The next hour or so is basically close up shots of Avery being scared while a sometimes real sometimes terrible CGI baby tries to put him into a mental hospital for what seems to be for no reason. The baby may feel that he's not his real dad, and that the mask is or something I don't know, but then he ends up randomly changing his mind and deciding he loves him at the end.

Also, while Avery is not wearing the mask (Which is the majority of the film, what's even the point) the dog is, which is a terrible re-hash of a joke from the first where the dog found the mask and started hurting BAD GUYS, and in this one, the dog tries to kill THE BABY. Why? Well this theory is a little more clear as the dog feels like he isn't getting enough attention but still, this movie relies way too much on it's bad CGI as that's really all the 2nd act is, that and Loki (Alan Cumming) running around looking for his mask wearing unsettling costumes.

That's another thing. This movie is quite unsettling to children. A dog's eyeballs literally pop out and for about 10 seconds the dog has empty eye sockets. A man's face is taken off his body. A baby's face randomly changes into a scarier one, the movie's inappropriate for kids, and the first films audience is 13 and higher and wouldn't be interested, so who's the audience? No one. No one wants this film. It just needs to go join the other terrible sequel corner. The plot has potential but it's taken no where because they want to entertain us with bombastic frantic absolutely unnecessary CGI effects and some reaaaally bad acting at times. (See Steven Wright) Possibly if they stuck with the premise but maybe had, hmm, a better script, Jim Carrey, any funny scene, less Norse shit, and better CGI, it might have been a good film, but... unfortunately, it isn't. at all. But I do give it credit for making me at least smile like, once. That's it. That's the half a star.

Toy Story 2
Toy Story 2(1999)

"Oh, the first one is always the best." In this case, you are wrong my friends.


Dogma returns to Kevin Smith's signature silly style with a great big bang. With a fantastic cast and of course Jay and Silent Bob, it proves that Smith can handle all kinds of themes and genres, from 1997's Chasing Amy's serious situations about sexuality and friendship to two angels trying to get back into heaven and the last descendant of Jesus chasing them. It's great to see Jay and Silent bob back as main characters, as they are easily the favourite of this movie, but the rest of the cast is just as hilarious and very well casted. With a bigger budget than previous Smith films, Dogma takes a step away from the other outings of this series, as it's more fantasy and not as much a sit-at-a-bar-and-talk-about-sex movie, which isn't a bad thing, just, new, and odd to see Jay and Silent Bob there, though you get comfortable with it easily.


Clerks started it all. Without Clerks there isn't Mallrats, Chasing Amy, Dogma, Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back, Jersey Girl, Clerks 2, Zack and Miri Make a Porno, Cop out, or Red State. It all started with Clerks.

Clerks is a movie about nothing, so why is it so entertaining? It has basically no plot, the acting is iffy, the quality is bad, this movie was destined to fail. But what overcomes all problems in cinema is a good script. It doesn't matter if you can't even see anything if it has a good script, and Clerks does. Some may call it an hour and thirty minutes of dick and fart jokes, but it's not only that, it goes through the problems of relationships and friendship (which will be gone deeper into through Smiths career, see Chasing Amy) and it is incredibly funny.

Clerks is a movie you want to see, no matter what kind of movie you're into. It's fun, its outrageous, it's the movie it set out to be.


Argo is funny, dark, intense, delightful, amazing, intense, powerful...

Let's try this again.
Argo is everything you could ever want from a movie, with both thrills and laughs it's perfect.

By now Affleck has perfected his directing skills and is as great an actor as ever, but with the intense true story and great adapted screenplay the movie is multiplied by 10 and is easily his best directorial film.

Argo is a great film for anyone who's looking for a great and powerful film to watch. It's a must see.

Jay and Silent Bob Get Old: Tea Bagging in the UK

Jay and Silent Bob Get Old is a great podcast, but on screen it is so much better and funnier.

Jay and Silent Bob Do Degrassi The Next Generation

It's more like, "Kevin and Mewes Do Degrassi" because they're filming a Jay and Silent Bob movie. Also, the filming plot line is totally non-seqider and doesn't add anything to the main plots of the episodes.

But that aside, it's still fairly enjoyable.

Clerks: The Lost Scene

The Lost Scene strings together the whole "New Jersey Trilogy" all into one scene while providing the same entertainment and laughs you'd expect from Clerks.

Oh, What a Lovely Tea Party

Much different than "The Snowball Effect", Oh What a Lovely Tea Party does drag at some points but it is an enjoyable look into the filming of J&SBSB overall.

Snowball Effect: The Story of Clerks

A great documentary about a average store clerk transforming into a filmmaker named Kevin Smith.

The Flying Car

The Flying Car is merely just another day-in-the-life moment with Dante and Randall, who we've previously seen in Clerks. It's all dialogue, it's all in one place, it's all laughs.

Red State
Red State(2011)

Red State is eery, creepy, fun, and sometimes darkly funny, it isn't all of what it should be, but damn it's good.

Beneath The Planet Of The Apes

What kind of seems like a little unimportant follow-up to the classic, Beneath isn't anything special, but it's still fun to watch and think about.

Edward Scissorhands

The first Burton/Depp film, and one of the best. It may drag at some points, but Edward Scissorhands is a goodhearted, funny, and very creepy film.

Jersey Girl
Jersey Girl(2004)

Jersey Girl. Hmm, that's a tough one. It has it's pros, but it's got its cons too. I'll start with the cons.

What doesn't work about Jersey Girl is obviously what drags it down. Yes, it does have many silly cliches, but there are much worse problems to worry about. For example, the story starts off with Gertie telling us and her class the story, so as common narrative films go, at the end it should go back to the classroom, but it doesn't. It just ends.

I also found that besides Affleck and Carlin there was a lack of character development, especially with Liv Tyler's character, who just seems to appear and then they're all best friends.

Now, the critics are correct when they say that there are many cliches in this films, which is true, but come on. There's stupid cliches in every romantic comedy, most of which are not at all funny, (every Hugh Grant film) but as sappy and "we're gonna try our hardest to make you cry" as it is, Affleck's performance is great, Carlin is just fun to hear speak, even if it's serious. And the real kicker:

It's funny. Not all the time, not every joke works, but it's funny. The whole Sweeney Todd thing, great. Ben Affleck grabbing Bi-Sexual porn, I chuckled. I don't know why, but this movie works. It's not Kevin Smith's best film, no, but for his first movie outside Jay and Silent Bob, it works.

And that's coming from a guy who hates Rom-Coms.


Mallrats suffers under the greatness of Clerks in an utterly terrible way. With the dialogue in the first scene automatically linking with Clerks, you now know the two are associated, and that inference is then even clearer at the entrance of Jay and Silent Bob. If you missed the dialogue in the beginning or you had not seen Clerks, this movie would've been an alright, hit-and-miss silly comedy. But even then it is still not too good.

I've always liked Jason Lee and he's probably the best in the film besides Jay and Silent Bob (who now have the catchphrase "Snoochie Boochies") and who also hold the film up. The film has got its good scenes, like Ethan Suplee staring at a trippy picture and the Truth or Date game show, but overall Mallrats is not all too good.

I can see where this movie was suppose to go, though. Smith had a bigger budget, so he decided to put some cool stunts and stuff like that in, and paid less attention to the story and the script, and there isn't enough of his classic rants about the most random things just the one about Superman being able to impregnate humans, which also bring the film up a bit.

Mallrats is short of being an alright movie, but with a few to many misses and not enough hits, it's one of those fun movies you can enjoy at least a little bit.


Intense, shocking, and even sometimes humorous, Jaws doesn't date at all up to this date and it is still fantastic.

Tenacious D in The Pick of Destiny

As it starts you might think that this movie won't be that bad, but as it progresses on it gets more and more ridiculous and just overall falls apart, only scoring a few laughs.


Powerfully entertaining, Looper is one of the best action movies of the year and JGL's makeup is absolutely fantastic.

48 HRS
48 HRS(1982)

48 Hrs. is no doubt one of Eddie Murphy's best movies. With great chemistry between Nolte and him, and just overall great humour, this movie is the prime example for a buddy-cop comedy.


Elf is one of those Christmas movies that just never gets old, and you always have fun watching it every time around.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II - The Secret of the Ooze

The turtles are not positive role models for kids, no, they do not react correctly to violence, (And don't tell anyone, but i learned my first swear word from them) but they're still fun and just overall adorably radical that any stupid plot or dialogue can't stop them.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Movie

Heroes in a half-shell, turtle power! The ninja turtles are as fun and goofy as ever, and this live action adaptation of the radical quartet of awesome teenage mutants is just as likeable as you'd want it to be and although it isn't the deepest movie ever, it lets the child out of you and it is overall very enjoyable.

Star Wars: The Clone Wars

How could one of the greatest sagas of all time sink this low. Star Wars has always been directed at all ages, therefore all can enjoy. This terrible little 98 minutes of torture is pure kiddie fare providing very minimal interest to anyone older than 8 years old. Let us all forget this little mishap and pretend it didn't happen.

Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back

The Star Wars saga continues with with Empire Strikes Back, which takes Star Wars to the next level, a more emotional level. While it still can be fun and lighthearted, it takes us deep into the emotional side of Luke Skywalker, and it is overall much more intense and provoking then A New Hope.

Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith

Learning as it goes, the new Star Wars trilogy just gets better and better, and with this epic conclusion, Star Wars has returned to the light side of the force, with it's great action that reminds us of the original three, and the fantastic special effects that can't be beat. Overall, I'm glad that this movie worked, and it wasn't a disappointing end to Star Wars. It provides the best action, drama, and emotional intensity you could ever want from a movie and it is damn good at delivering it.

Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones

Not as great as it could've been, but Attack of the Clones is still an enjoyable movie with great action and only drags a little, but it overall improves upon Phantom Menace. It also includes more of the fun Star Wars humour of the original trilogy, rather than the stupid slapstick stuff of which Phantom Menace included too much of.

Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace

There's nothing really wrong with Phantom Menace, but being compared to the original Star Wars films, it just doesn't shine. I don't see why fans of the original trilogy despise it, because it's still got all the action with better special effects then ever, but I guess it was all the pressure it was under, how much hype there was, and Jar Jar Binks, who can be entertaining, but just gets stupid. So yes, Phantom Menace has it's pros and cons, but i think there are more pros.

The Smurfs
The Smurfs(2011)

Smurfs is lame and a little too childish, although some scenes are entertaining and/or fun and Gargamel can be periodically funny.


Skyfall is exactly what you want from a James Bond movie. Although it is very different from the average Bond script, it's exciting, fun, emotional, and very impressive all around.

Jack Reacher
Jack Reacher(2012)

Tom Cruise is the definition of a great action hero. He adapts so well to this script it's like it was tailored for him. It's fast, it's funny, and it's the kind of action movie that doesn't waste your time.

Top Gun
Top Gun(1986)

Never finished this movie but to me all it was was "Take my Breath Away" playing every other second.

Kill Bill: Volume 1

Fast, fun, and fierce, Tarantino kicks off the first part of the Kill Bill double feature with style, gore, and overall awesomeness.

Grown Ups
Grown Ups(2010)

It may not be the most sophisticated comedy, and have some stupid parts, but Grown Ups is kind-hearted and sends a good message while being mostly funny with only a few stupid gags.

Clerks II
Clerks II(2006)

Dante and Randal return in Clerks II, and it doesn't disappoint. With more gross-out humour and funny Jay and Silent Bob moments than the first, Clerks II proves Kevin Smith can still do it, and that there still may be some more View Askew films coming our way.

Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back

Strike Back is a much sillier instalment to Kevin Smith's Jay and Silent Bob series, and it doesn't give as much attention to the plot as it does just being a fun adventure.

But all that aside, Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back is still a fun and entertaining movie, and with all the cameos and in-jokes, it really would've been a good closing to the series, if Clerks II wasn't made a few years later.

Chasing Amy
Chasing Amy(1997)

Chasing Amy goes a lot deeper and more serious than Kevin Smith's previous Jay and Silent Bob outings, them with only one (but very important) scene in the movie. It takes on a lot of difficult subjects such as sexuality, which fans of the previous Smith films may not like, as they are used to goofy and fun humour, but there is plenty of that too, which makes Chasing Amy one of Smith's best films and a good movie all around.

Scream 4
Scream 4(2011)

With Williamson back writing, SCRE4M is definitely better than Scream 3, but
it doesn't have that fresh feeling like the first two did. But, with some good laughs and many jump scares and kills, Scream 4 is good enough to enjoy.

Scream 3
Scream 3(2000)

Scream 3 doesn't seem to be able to balance the horror and comedy as well as the first two, at some points it is a goofball slapstick comedy, then a deadpan serious horror flick. Though it has these setbacks, Scream 3 does still keep you interested the entire way through, and does produce some good laughs and scares.

Scream 2
Scream 2(1997)

Craven and Williamson once again brilliantly conjoin horror and comedy, with bigger laughs and bigger scares, the second installment of the Scream franchise proves that it is probably the best horror/comedy series since the Evil Dead trilogy.


Scream uses a new, smart idea of using the rules of horror films to survive one yourself, and Wes Craven once again defines the horror genre with this great blend of humour and scares. With it boasting a talented cast and a witty script, Craven and Williamson show that the horror genre has not yet ended, and can always be redefined.

My Name Is Bruce

My Name is Bruce tries to be a fun romp through a false reality where actor Bruce Campbell is a has-been and a drunk. What it turns out to be is a fun romp through a false reality where actor Bruce Campbell is a has-been and a drunk. I guess what i'm trying to say is this movie is suppose to be a fun ride through the little town of Gold Lick, and that's exactly what it is. It's funny, it's exciting, it is what it is and it's good at it.

Man with the Screaming Brain

Screaming Brain has its moments, but overall Bruce Campbell's first attempt to direct/write is not a very good one. I think that the story itself is a cool idea, but that Bruce could have wrote it better, and that overall it's just a little strange.

Terminal Invasion

It may not be the "Nail-biting thriller" it says it is, but Terminal Invasion is good old Bruce Campbell ass-kicking fun, and overall just low-budget fun.

The Evil Dead

The Evil Dead is slow, tense, and gory. Its not all as scary as its meant to be, more funny than anything, sometimes on purpose even, but most of the time i was hanging off the edge of my seat. It's that kind of movie, and it's good at it. With great yet cheesy makeup, excessive gore, and great cinematography, Evil Dead is just plain great.

Army of Darkness

Army of Darkness is the goofy and campy third instalment in the Evil Dead series, and it contains the most likeable hero possibly of all time, Ash Williams.

Now, if you compare AOD to the first two Evil Deads, it isn't very good, it doesn't have any horror aspects or anything, so it's a let down. But if you go in knowing it's not going to be like the first two, you're going to have a good time.

With hilarious and awesome one liners delivered by Bruce Campbell and with some great action, Army of Darkness is fantastic fun that will keep a smile on your face.


Darkman is one of the best examples of a comic book movie, it's fun, exciting, and darkly humorous, it's a movie anyone can enjoy.

The Love Guru

This movie could've been a good Mike Myers outing, but there a few to many stupid jokes and silly names, but if you look over all of those, there are still some funny scenes and silly puns that you have to realize how much you want to hate this movie you have to at least smile once.

Bubba Ho-Tep
Bubba Ho-Tep(2003)

I really liked this movie, its funny and entertaining, but what i liked more was the idea that Elvis switched spots with an Elvis impersonator, so he never really died, i just think that's a cool scenario.

The Hunger Games

Though this movie is totally overhyped and there is nothing really special about it, it's intense and it's thrilling, so thats good enough.


Seems to have slipped under the radar in my point of view, but RED is fast, fun, and thrilling, like a good action movie should.

The Campaign
The Campaign(2012)

While its great to see Zach Galifianakis getting out of his Hangover role, Campaign doesn't score all the laughs it should, but it is still quite funny and enjoyable.

Old School
Old School(2003)

Pre-Hangover, Todd Phillips first memorable movie has its good jokes and its got its bad ones, but its mostly enjoyable.


Not the most memorable action movie of this year, its not really all that amazing and there's no surprises, but its still fast and fun.


Not as brutal and bloody as you'd want it to be, but Savages is what it's suppose to be, a movie about drug dealers, kidnapping people and killing each other. Nothing special.

Evan Almighty

Come on. After Bruce Almighty you give us this? Unfunny and not at all intriguing.

Bruce Almighty

Bruce Almighty is well cast, fun, and hilarious, and its just really cool, the whole idea of it.

Battle For The Planet Of The Apes

Stupid. Stupid. Stupid. Why. Why. Why. No. You ruined it. You ruined Planet of the Apes. It seems Charlton Heston's classic ending scene from the first was not about the statue of liberty and earth, its about this movie and the series it ruined.

Conquest Of The Planet Of The Apes

Getting repedative, aren't we? But besides that, Conquest might not be all that great, but its still good fun.

Escape from the Planet of the Apes

You just love Cornelius and Zira so much when you watch this one. You feel like you know them, and you care about them, which is why this movie is so heartbreaking.

Planet of the Apes

Messed up, chilling, and mindblowing, Planet of the Apes is just so awesome, but so... wrong.

Planet of the Apes

Tim Burton and Marky Mark just don't live up to the original movie, but it doesn't fail on all levels. One being makeup. If you don't have good makeup, you're not a POTA movie.

The Dark Knight Rises

A brilliant and chilling end to the trilogy. No, its not The Dark Knight. But it is still awesome.

Wayne's World

Mike Myers at his best. Its fun, funny, and enjoyable, just the kind of movie to put a great smile on your face.

Nacho Libre
Nacho Libre(2006)

Too stupid to compare to Napoleon Dynamite, Jack Black provides some laughs but overall Nacho Libre fails.

Hot Rod
Hot Rod(2007)

Hot Rod is incredibly silly, and it doesnt even make sense, which makes it all the more enjoyable.

Drag Me to Hell

It's not Evil Dead 4, but contains a lot of elements that provide some nostalgia of Raimi's classic trilogy, but with its own unique way that leaves you stunned.

The Princess Bride

I really hated this movie when i was little, but i didnt appreciate the humour and the goofiness, which is what makes this movie.

Meet the Fockers

These movies that Stiller makes, the "Using Humiliation as comedy" movies, are just terrible and the only people who can pull it off are the American Pie crew. Give up, Stiller, leave it to Stifler.

Meet the Parents

Hey, Ben Stiller? What are those terrible movies you make that just humiliate the main character then use it as comedy? What's That? All of them?

A Cinderella Story

It's modern day Cinderella. Enough said.


Unfortunately Disney/Pixar failed on this one, i just don't like it.

Ghostbusters 2

Basically shot for shot of the first one, except worse.

The Haunted Mansion

Out of the two Disney ride based movies out in 2003, this one is definitely the lesser one. It's got it's moments but come on. The plot just gets stupid.


Stupid jokes and stupid characters. Great cast gone to waste.

Land of the Lost

Major hit-and-miss fare on this one, at times it can be terrible and stupid, then fun and hilarious.

Billy Madison

Being early on Adam Sandler, I guess we can forgive him for this incredibly silly movie. Only scores a few laughs.

Scott Pilgrim vs. the World

Scott Pilgrim is basically a comic book that moves, Edgar Wright is just fantastic at making movies. His cinematography style is great and although it somewhat falls apart at the end, his script is faithful to the comic and just as funny, not to mention some brilliant casting.

Evil Dead 2: Dead by Dawn

Evil Dead 2 is funnier, gorier, creepier, and overall better than the first. At first the gore is at a minimum, and it's all about intensity and insanity, and, well, Bruce Campbell punching himself in the face, which is not a bad thing. But as soon as it starts, your there. Your totally zoned into the movie. You're laughing, you're cringing, you're having a great time. Who doesn't love a hero with a chainsaw hand?

American Pie
American Pie(1999)

This movie, man. It's one of those movies that gets its comedy from humiliating the main character which usually is stupid, (for example see almost every Ben Stiller movie) but in American Pie, it's hilarious. Usually I hate watching movies like this, where Ben Stiller loses Robert De Nero's cat and so he gets another one, but the tails the wrong colour, and so on. That's not funny. It's stupid. When Jim gets walked in on in situations, it's funny. I don't know why in this case it is, but it is. So, American Pie stands out from the crowd by probably being one of the funniest humiliation movies of all time. Suck it, Stiller.

American Reunion

Although it seems some gags are based of many of the ones from the original trilogy, American Reunion can hold up all the great fun of the original trilogy, and it lets you know after all these years and all these straight to DVDs, that these guys still got it.

American Pie Presents: Beta House

In the beginning of Beta House, its starts us off with many jokes right off the bat, of which most are funny, but as the movie progresses, the plot gets all jumbled up and there's just not enough story and too many boobs. I mean, it's what American Pie is known for, but come on, its a little excessive. The main plot seemed to be Erik, Cooze, the fat guy, and the guy that plays Fred in the new Scooby Doo movies trying to get into Beta, and that happened. But in all that time the Geeks are always saying they're going to take down Beta, but never really do anything, until the Games, which I think were added in just because the main storyline wasn't long enough, but to also close this Geeks Vs. Beta thing. So I guess what I'm trying to say is, whoever these guys are making these straight to DVD Pie movies aught to stop while they can, before they turn this series into a godforsaken blood bath,and start sharpening up on their plots and character development, not like the teen crowd cares about that stuff. They're just in for all the boobies.

American Pie Presents: Band Camp

Compared to the original trilogy, this is a piece of crap, but on its own, its only half bad. The new American Pie crew seem to be having problems generating the embarrassing moments that made the originals, and they don't really focus on plot, but Band Camp isn't as bad as you'd expect it to be, but it is only rarely funny.

Batman & Robin

Although Uma Thurman is a great Poison Ivy, this movie has a star studded cast that is drowned under unbearably stupid puns and an ultimately stupid plot. And why do the costumes have nipples?

Just Go with It

Enjoyable enough, but Adam Sandler officially no longer has got it.

Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story

Walk Hard is a great and funny mockumentary that is just as funny as any other movie around today, and every joke is sure to at least put a smile on your face.

Gremlins 2: The New Batch

Gets a little to stupid for my taste in this slapstick comedy, but Gremlins 2 is still good enough in my books.

Batman Begins

Christopher Nolan brings back the creepy feel to Batman, and does it spectacularly, but yet makes it much more dark than Tim Burton's, and is also a great relief from the mess that was Batman & Robin.

Super 8
Super 8(2011)

Super 8 is classic J.J. Abrams fare, but is even increased in both awesomeness and sentimental matter by Steven Spielberg. Also, you know know its good when it makes my mom cry.

Role Models
Role Models(2008)

Role Models puts Paul Rudd and Seann William Scott to their best with strong and hilarious performances by Christopher Mintz-Plasse and Bobb'e J. Thompson.

The Dark Knight

I haven't seen a superhero movie this good since Spider-Man 2, with a chilling feel, and a brilliant portrayal of The Joker, and that brilliantly dark tone, we know that the Batman saga is in the right hands.

Star Wars: Episode VI - Return of the Jedi

May not be as fresh or exciting as the first two, but Jedi is a good and fun end to the original trilogy, with just as great special effects, touching moments, and greatly fun action, Jedi won't bore you for a moment.

Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope

This movie is too great for me to have a reason why it's so great, it's just got that feeling, that Sci-Fi romantic and fun feeling that you could just watch forever, it's just, Star Wars.

Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull

It isn't everything you'd want an Indiana Jones film, but it's still got all the elements that keeps you interested, and die-hard Indy fans will be pleased.

Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade

No, it's not Raiders, but it improves upon Temple of Doom, and has the exciting material an Indiana Jones movie needs.

Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom

Temple of doom could've been better, but it sure could've been worse. It's still got all the action from the first movie, but it's missing some of the humour and romance, not that there is none, but that it's smothered by gross-out moments.


Ted's got it all. From hilariously outrageous to sweet and heartfelt, you'll never want to stop watching. With a hilarious script written by the brilliant Seth MacFarlane, and brilliant performances by the whole cast, especially Giovanni Ribisi, Ted is probably one of the funniest and heartfelt movies of the year.


Prometheus is a haunting tale that you just can't take your eyes off. Ridley Scott takes back the Alien saga with this almost prequel, which is absolutely beautiful in every way, and at sometimes you've got to remind yourself to breathe.

Shark Tale
Shark Tale(2004)

Shark Tale is not the best animated kids comedy around, but with a talented cast and good humour, it's worth seeing.

What Women Want

I'd like to review this one, but i can't really remember it, but i did like the humour.

Spy Kids 3-D - Game Over

This is when the Spy Kids saga gets ruined. The story isn't all that bad, and it's impressive how small their green screen was, but Rodriguez makes this third movie way to gimmicky with many times where people reach out towards the screen for really no reason.


I'm not really one for musicals, but this ones pretty good, considering its a classic.

Mean Girls
Mean Girls(2004)

Meh, it's not really meant for guys, but its funny enough.

Iron Man
Iron Man(2008)

Iron Man is a fast, fun, and smart superhero ride that's a great start to the Avengers series.

Dodgeball - A True Underdog Story

Stupid and silly on purpose, Dodgeball is hilariously goofy and ultimately pointless. In a good way though.


Accepted has quite a few flaws, but overall its got a hilarious cast and a surprisingly smart script.


Goon is funny, lighthearted, and gory, with a very likeable cast, and the surprise that the guy who played Stifler could be so nice to people. I'm glad to say that Baruchel's first attempt at writing has resulted in the best hockey comedy since Slap Shot.

21 Jump Street

A great mix of action and comedy, (mostly comedy) 21 Jump Street provides great laughs and Hill and Tatum are hilarious.

The Neverending Story

This movie is boring and just plain silly, with untied ends and although only 1 hour 34 minutes, does really seem never-ending.


Ich liked this movie very much. Although it's 81 minutes do seem to drag at some points, Brà 1/4no is a great follow-up to Borat, and it's outrageously funny and grotesquely disgusting.

Paranormal Activity 2

When was i suppose to be scared? I was a little unsettled at some points, but really, do invisible demons, falling pans, and closing doors count as horror? The movie has a very loose plot which is the demon wants the baby, but it doesn't go into any detail about it. The makers would obviously prefer of we look at a screen where nothing exciting is going on, then BANG! Obvious jump scene! I mean really, if your gonna make a movie this lame at least get some good actors, but no, and really, after a while, shouldn't they just leave? I mean come on.

The Dictator
The Dictator(2012)

It doesn't live up to the unscripted humour of Borat and Bruno, but Baron Cohen's first attempt at a movie with an actual plot is still an unforgettably hilarious ride, with some scenes you just can't stop laughing.


Bridesmaids is a sporadically funny film. Kristen Wiig's script is pure formula, but its still funny and enjoyable, and Melissa McCarthy steals every scene she's in.

Austin Powers in Goldmember

doesn't live up to the original, but gold member comes through.

There's Something About Mary

There's Something About Mary has something about it that makes you enjoy it somehow. Most Ben Stiller movies' comedy is taking bad and humiliating situations and leaving them as that, which can be funny, but too much is unbearable (Meet the Parents). But in this one, they find a mix of that and silly comedy, with some nice heart to it, which makes you feeling a little uneasy at the end, but not unsatisfied. It's likeable cast and intriguing yet uncomfortable plot keeps you interested.

Youth in Revolt

Youth in Revolt doesn't capture all the laughs it should've, but it's strange, Napoleon Dynamite feel keeps you interested, even if there are some sub-plots and characters that don't really get a closing.

Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl

A little too long for my taste, but Pirates of the Caribbean is a fun, clever adventure.

30 Minutes or Less

The jokes are hit-and-miss, and it sometimes gets stupid, but overall 30 Minutes or Less is an enjoyable comedy ride.

Fantastic Four

F4 isn't the greatest superhero movie of the decade, but the jokes are mostly good and the leads are likeable, making the movie a good superhero movie with entertaining action.

Men in Black
Men in Black(1997)

Men in Black isn't just a typical alien movie, it's a hilariously creative adventure with some great characters and surprisingly good charisma between Tommy Lee Jones and Will Smith.

The Pirates! Band of Misfits

It seems to be angled more to kids than the previous Aardman films were, which had jokes for everyone. But still, the animation is as impressive as ever, and there are many good one-offs, especially the ones with the Surprisingly Curvaceous Pirate.

Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer

A little less silly than the first, Silver Surfer doesn't work on all levels but is still fun.

Spy Kids: All the Time in the World in 4D

May not be the best thing Rodriguez could've come up with, but Spy Kids 4 is still good fun, and is much better than 3, even if the smell-o-vision doesn't really work.


It can be occasionally childish, and it doesn't capture the strangeness of the book, but Jumanji is still good fun.

Bad Teacher
Bad Teacher(2011)

Bad Teacher is a raunchy comedy that works more than you would expect it to.

Cast Away
Cast Away(2000)

A little more gory than you would expect, but Cast Away is a touching and good film that almost anyone would enjoy.

Home Alone
Home Alone(1990)

Home Alone can sometimes get a little annoying, but it's still a fun and goodhearted Christmas comedy.

The Mummy Returns

A little TOO many clever and witty jokes for my taste, but the slightly less intriguing story than the first one still is an enjoyable ride.

Shanghai Noon

Although the jokes are somewhat hit-and-miss, Shanghai Noon is still good fun.


Beetlejuice's jokes don't always work, and it can get silly sometimes, but it's an overall enjoyment.

Jurassic Park III

Without Steven Spielberg to direct, the third Jurassic Park doesn't work too well, but it's still a good sci-fi action movie.

Freaky Friday

Not as good as they could've made to, it's still somewhat funny, and intriguing.

Dark Shadows
Dark Shadows(2012)

The latest Burton/Depp/Carter is a hit-and-miss event. The visuals are great, the jokes are usually funny, but the plot takes a while to get going, the character development is thin, and the story just loses its way.


Your first warning about this movie is it's directed by the same guy who directed Hancock, but if you ignore that fact, your if for trouble. Sure it's got some cool effects, and it can be funny, but Battleship is just dumb, excessively loud, and ultimately stupid, with basically no plot whatsoever.

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

Although it may be deeper and stranger that the original, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory just doesn't compare to it.

The Pacifier
The Pacifier(2005)

Not all that good, but Vin Diesel is likeable enough to overcome all the stupid kids jokes and make it somewhat enjoyable.

Friends With Benefits

Although it somewhat loses its way in the middle, Friends with Benefits is still an enjoyable and lighthearted comedy.

Cowboys & Aliens

May not be everything we'd expect from James Bond, Indiana Jones, and the director of Iron Man, but it's still an enjoyable and interesting movie.


Rio is a little to happy sing-song fun time for me, but it's still a funny and charming movie, with a great and talented cast.

Kung Fu Panda

Not all the jokes work, and the fat panda thing gets old, Kung Fu Panda is still a likeable movie with a classic kung fu plot.

Blades of Glory

Funny and enjoyable, Will Ferrell is always a delight to watch, even while skating.

Night at the Museum

Not as good as it should've been, Night at the Museum is a hit-and-miss kids comedy that somewhat works.

Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby

With a great cast and script, Talladega Nights is an enjoyable Will Ferrell comedy that everyone should love.


it seems Adam Sandler has a bad way of measuring being silly, and being sentimental, because although this is a funny, sad, and good movie, it just can't decide which it is.


Not as good compared to the other Disney/Pixars, but Cars is still a charming and funny movie.

The Terminator

Although it may get boring in the middle, Terminator is a good action film at heart, and leads to a great sequel.

Ghostbusters (1984 Original)

Not as funny and entertaining as its made out to be, but Ghostbusters is still a classic.

Stuart Little

Doesn't win "Most Entertaining Film of the Year" award, but Stuart Little is a cute and fun movie.

The Mummy
The Mummy(1999)

It may seem a little silly at times, and may not be the Mummy movie your hoping for, but the Mummy is exciting enough and has good humour.

Big Daddy
Big Daddy(1999)

Big Daddy isn't different from any other Adam Sandler movie, its cute, funny and sweet, but also is silly and stupid at times, *ahem* Rob Schneider.

The Spongebob Squarepants Movie

The humour is as good as ever, the characters are still very cute and likeable, the Spongebob movie is a charming and fun film for all.

School of Rock

goofy, fun, and entertaining, this movie is a hilarious experience for all.

The Wedding Singer

The Wedding Singer is very, very silly at times, but it's funny and quite sweet and keeps you entertained.


Shrek is a great film, with good old Mike Myers humour and a funny and talented cast, it's always fun to watch.

Forrest Gump
Forrest Gump(1994)

Gump is just a tad bit too long, but Tom Hanks likeable lead and the goodhearted feel makes this movie good.

Napoleon Dynamite

There's something I really like about Napoleon Dynamite, there's never really any laugh out loud moments, but the whole film is a greatly funny, strange experience.

Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban

Prisoner of Azkaban is a great film for all ages, and really captures the eerie feeling Harry Potter series should have, not to mention there are some funny scenes.

Batman: Under the Red Hood

Under the Red Hood is an actually good animated DVD film with an intriguing plot and a cool twist.

Our Idiot Brother

Funny, charming and sweet, Our Idiot Brother delivers all of what it's suppose to.

The Green Hornet

Sure, Green Hornet didn't provide everything we wanted, but this movie has enough action and comedy to be a hit.

Star Trek
Star Trek(2009)

J.J. Abrams has done it again with the new Star Trek. With a fresh, new cast, and a surprise cameo, this revival really works.

Curious George

Cute and touching, Curious George is a surprisingly good kids film that works.

Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets

May drag on for a bit, but Chamber of Secrets continues Harry Potter's legacy as it should.

The Simpsons Movie

The Simpsons Movie takes all the things you love about the Simpsons into a hilarious, sweet, and sad film.

My Neighbor Totoro

Hayao Miyazaki's greatest accomplishment is bringing out our imagination, and that he does in this brilliant film with all the elements of the imagination of a child.

E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial

No matter how much cool, badass, or extreme you think you are, E.T. will bring out the sentimental side of you out.

Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire

G.O.F never bores you for a second. It's great plot line and thrilling sequences leave you wondering what'll happen next in this great series

50 First Dates

Funny, touching, and quite whole hearted, Sandler and Segal know whats best for Happy Madison, and this is definitely it, even with some of those silly Rob Schnieder scenes.

Attack the Block

Attack the Block is an extremely entertaining film that will keep you interested the entire way through.

Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer

Rudolph is a classic christmas tale that everyone love and always will.

Die Hard
Die Hard(1988)

Bruce Willis is a great hero, and Alan Rickman is a great villain, and they are both great in this fantastic action packed movie.

Anger Management

Peter Segal seems to bring the best out of Adam Sandler, even if the critics don't like it. Sure it has the trademark Sandler stupid moments, but those are mere flaws in this one.

The Matrix
The Matrix(1999)

Sequels put aside, The Matrix is a landmark in filmmaking with amazing effects and awesomely entertaining action.

Ferris Bueller's Day Off

A classic comedy with a hilarious script and an awesome musical number.

The Bourne Identity

Fast-paced and fun, Bourne is a smart and entertaining action film.

Happy Gilmore

One of the best Adam Sandler movies, Happy Gilmore has got a likeable cast and it's script (unlike other Sandler movies) is more hit than miss.

Jurassic Park

Fun and Amusing, this Sci-Fi action movie will keep you entertained greatly.

Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me

Myers and Roach have come through again with this great and inappropriate sequel that never gets old.

The Wizard of Oz

C'mon, it's a classic! Who wouldn't like it!

The Lion King

Lion King is a funny and touching movie the whole family will be amazed by.

Casino Royale

Based upon the first James Bond book, this isn't just your usual action fare, it's a much more developed, darker Bond, a great movie for all action fans, and all moviegoers.

Terminator 2: Judgment Day

T2 is a bloody, fast-paced action flick with an actual plot line and an entertaining cast.

The Incredibles

Disney and Pixar have gotten a little edgier with this animated action flick, but it's never the less as great as any other, and has the same director of Mission: Impossible Ghost Protocol.

Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory

This movie is fun, charming, and has a very eerie, creepy feel to it that keeps you interested.

A Bug's Life
A Bug's Life(1998)

A rat in the Pixar business left and made Antz with the ideas from Bug's Life, but Antz doesn't compare to this amazing creation.

Toy Story
Toy Story(1995)

One of the best Disney/Pixar movies. It's fun, nice, and quite touching.

Monsters, Inc.

Disney and Pixar do it again with this great movie that is both funny and charming, not to mention heartwarming.

The Five-Year Engagement

This film is much too long, but Jason Segel and Nicholas Stoller have done it again with a great script and some great laugh out loud scenes.

Drillbit Taylor

Drillbit Taylor doesn't stir up many laughs, with its familiar plot and dull script, it just doesn't seem to work.

Year One
Year One(2009)

Year One provides very little laughs, a thin plot, and overall stupidity for everyone to not enjoy.

You Don't Mess With the Zohan

Zohan is just as silly as any other Adam Sandler comedy, but it's great lead and hilarious script makes up for it.

Step Brothers

Although it can be quite hilarious at moments, Step Brothers doesn't have the same great feel that the past Ferrell/McKay movies have had.

Kicking & Screaming

It may not be the best Will Ferrell movie, and the plot may be thin, but Ferrell is as likeable as ever, and it does earn some laughs for the family.

The 40 Year Old Virgin

40 Year Old Virgin is Steve Carell's best movie, for his awkwardly likeable is fresh and funny in this hilarious riot of a movie.


Wanted takes all the fun from comics and puts it on the big screen, with a great plot and fast-paced and brutal action that keeps you interested until the end.

I, Robot
I, Robot(2004)

I, Robot could have been much better, but the interesting plot, great action, and the comedy that every action movie needs, Will Smith delivers again.

Anchorman - The Legend Of Ron Burgundy

McKay and Ferrell's first collaboration is a hilariously silly success with likeable leads that make you anxious for a sequel. *hint hint*

The Muppets
The Muppets(2011)

Jason Segel has successfully brought back The Muppets, with a hilarious and heartfelt script, and a beautiful soundtrack delivered by Flight of The Conchords' Bret McKenzie.

The Hangover
The Hangover(2009)

I don't think i ever stopped laughing while watching The Hangover.

Harold & Kumar Escape from Guantanamo Bay

Doesn't really live up to White Castle, but Guantanamo Bay still has the funny light-hearted feel that keeps it going.

Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan

I'm pretty sure if this movie was a minute longer i would've died. This movie will not let you stop laughing. It is fantastic.

Back to the Future

This movie is easily the best of it's series. But the whole trilogy just has something special, a great, classic feel.


It's not exactly the kind of kids movie that people might see, but i find hoodwinked a charming kids flick with neat perspective angles, and a great vocal cast.

Shrek the Third

Definitely a lot different that the first two (In a bad way,) but it isn't entirely hard to watch.

Shrek 2
Shrek 2(2004)

Shrek 2 just doesn't have the same ingredient that made the first one so great. But with a new character (Puss in Boots) and with the humour as funny as ever, This is a sequel that works.

Finding Nemo
Finding Nemo(2003)

Finding Nemo is an amazing movie. With a talented cast, great humour, and some heart, Nemo is just the Disney Pixar movie you want.

Garfield: A Tail of Two Kitties

Words cannot describe how terrible this movie is.

Garfield - The Movie

This movie would be an absolute wreck, if it wasn't for Bill Murray's spot on Garfield.

Alvin and the Chipmunks

This movie is unfunny, annoying, and stupid.

Battle: Los Angeles

Why would anyone want to see Aaron Eckhart sweating in a military suit for nearly 2 hours running around in different buildings and trying to stop aliens for stealing water. But it's not like you can see all that, with the terribly shaking camera

Tron Legacy
Tron Legacy(2010)

Tron: Legacy has almost no plot, but the visuals are amazing, the action is thrilling, and the music is a fantastic soundtrack that Daft Punk crafted perfectly.

Jackass 3
Jackass 3(2010)

Jackass 3 is just the most terrible thing in the world. It is so terrible its probably the most funniest thing you've seen. I hate to laugh at other's pain, but come on, this is great

Gnomeo and Juliet

The only reason this movie works is because it's a bright and fun with a great soundtrack by Elton John. But that's coming from a guy who's not a fan of Romeo and Juliet

Tower Heist
Tower Heist(2011)

I am glad to say that Brett Ratner has done it once again, with this smart and funny movie with a great cast.

Alex Rider: Operation Stormbreaker

Stormbreaker has its good parts, but really, Alex Rider belongs in a novel. Stormbreaker was a phenomenal book. But Mr. Horowitz filled up his screenplay with hollywood cheese.

Rise of the Planet of the Apes

An amazing movie that leaves you wanting a sequel immediately.

Quantum of Solace

Quantum of Solace is a good movie, but doesn't live up to Casino Royale.

X-Men: First Class

X-Men First Class stays true to the originals, but at the same time creates a whole different feel to the X-Men franchise.

Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone

Sorcerer's Stone is one of those movies that takes a while to get to the point, but doesn't bore you getting there.

Mission: Impossible Ghost Protocol

Fast, slick, and stunning, M:I:GP is obviously the best of the series.

The Hangover Part II

Despite some laughs, The Hangover Part II is so much like Part 1 where it comes to you being able to predict whats coming next almost instantly.

A Very Harold & Kumar Christmas

HK3D improves greatly upon Guantanamo Bay, but still lacks the ingredients that made the the first instalment shine.


If you're doing something else while watching Inception, (Like on your laptop) it will be one of the most confusing things you've ever seen. If you ARE paying full attention, you'll be witnessing an imaginative roller coaster that leaves you wanting more.

Mission: Impossible III

M:I:3 is fast paced and exciting, and a good improvement to both M:I movies.

Mission: Impossible 2

Mission Impossible 2 has awesome action, but not enough of it. You've gotta sit through a boring spy/romance movie to get to it.

The Other Guys

The Other Guys is probably the best Adam McKay-Will Ferrell movie so far.

Rush Hour 3
Rush Hour 3(2007)

Still with good laughs, but Rush Hour 3 just doesn't work on the right levels like the first did.

Rush Hour 2
Rush Hour 2(2001)

Seems a little uninspired, but Rush Hour 2 still has enough laughs to be a good movie.

Rush Hour
Rush Hour(1998)

Rush Hour is smart, funny, and well casted, the chemistry of Tucker and Chan is hilarious!


Scooby-Doo is a hit-and-miss kind of movie, and it could've been better

Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed

Although it provides some laughs, this sequel was not necessary.

Spider-Man 3
Spider-Man 3(2007)

Spider-Man 3 is a satisfying end to the Spider-Man trilogy, but it could've been a lot better.

Cars 2
Cars 2(2011)

Cars 2 takes a step aside from the regular Disney Pixar movies, but thats not necessarily a bad thing.

Horrible Bosses

Sure the jokes are hit-and-miss, but Horrible Bosses is a good enough comedy for my standards

Mr. Deeds
Mr. Deeds(2002)

Mr. Deeds is funny enough to be enjoyable.

Raiders of the Lost Ark

Raiders is a landmark in adventure movies. I mean, what's better than action, explosions, people's faces melting, and a professor we all wish we had.

Spy Kids
Spy Kids(2001)

Spy Kids introduces us to a new kind of spy movie, a one for all ages.

Spy Kids 2: The Island of Lost Dreams

Spy Kids 2 is just as good, or even better, than the first, with new high tech gadgets for everyone.

Back to the Future Part II

Its no Back To The Future, but BTTF 2 is fun and enjoyable ride everyone will like.

Back to the Future Part III

Sure, it's nothing new, but BTTF 3 is an acceptable conclusion to the trilogy.


Slow, and sometimes boring, but Contagion provides enough thrill to make it through the day.


Sad, depressing, but at the same time funny and lighthearted, 50/50 is a strong movie.