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Classic Burton. Wonderful Elfman score. DeVito and Keaton! Eva Green is wonderful. Those kids. Visuals!! Loved it all.
Once again, thank you Rotten Tomatoes for lowering my expectations. Although, as I was reading some of the reviews, I came across things that me scratch my and go... hmmm. I read one of the reasons a critic didn't like it and my thought was What's wrong with that? Or even, huh, that's a reason for TO LIKE this movie. So me and 68% of the RT critics are on opposite sides. I really dug this flick, it was lots of fun. Tom Hardy and Michelle Williams are superb. Ruben Fleischer really understands the relationship between Eddie and Venom. The movie does take a bit long to get to the main attraction and it seems to spend a lot of time on character development that doesn't do the best job of making anyone outside of Eddie seem more than 2 dimensional. And finally, the design of Venom is on point. I can not wait to see more of this version. I all all in on Sony's Venomverse!
This used to scare me so much when I was young, I couldn't even finish it. It starts off very strong. When I finally got through the whole thing, I felt ashamed for being too frightened to do so before. I eventually read the Stephen King short story it was based on and loved it. Watched the movie again and it is bad. Totally missing what made King's story so scary and intriguing. I pray it one day gets a shot to get the IT treatment. It did get a TV remake as well as 7 sequels. Of the 7 only 1 made it to theaters. Linda Hamilton is the only thing that makes this Cult Film worth a view.
Kristen Stewart and Chole Sevingy keep this dreary horror story based on The Borden Murders in 1892. Sevingy plays Lizzie Borden, a woman widely suspected of murdering her father and stepmother but was acquitted. The film just feels incomplete as it focuses on the relationship of Lizzie and her family's live-in maid, Bridget played by K-Stew. There is no levity or humor whatsoever in this movie. I suggest watching cartoons immediately following it. I do appreciate them staging it as a horror/romance story.
This is easily one of the most clever horror film ever made. Scary and funny, with lots of gore. It's as much a satire as it is a scary movie. Easily the most successful horror movie in terms of body count. You might think you know what this movie is about but you have no idea. The less you know going in, the more fun you'll have.
It's aiight. Liar Liar is way better version of this. Carrey is funny and Zooey shows off her usual adorable charm but they can't save the generic script.
With the talent involved, this movie should have been much funnier. I mean this entire cast is made up of some the funniest people on TV, some before they were known! Paul Rudd and Steve Carrell do their best with subpar material. They and a scene stealing Germaine Clement, are the only things that kept me from turning it off.
It's very funny and it makes fun of itself, actually the entire series quite effectively. Nothing can touch the original but this series is really fun and even in the less than stellar entries has something to like about it.
I really like Lin Shaye. This entry is pretty weak in that it treads too familiar a territory and the monster is scary looking but not at all as interesting as the previous monsters in this series. The look into Elise's past and family was intriguing at times, but slowed the movie down a bit much. Jump scares were cheaper, not nearly as clever as in 3. Still, I enjoy this series, especially Shaye, but it always hide in the shadow of the it's much better cousin, the Conjurverse.
Better than Chapter 2, but still not on par with 1. Lin Shaye is so good, I am glad the series now focuses on her. Funnier than previous entries sometimes on purpose, sometimes not. There were at least 2 well done jump scares.
Not as good as it's predecessor but I still thought it was pretty fun. I guess the worst thing about it is, I can't say much more about it.
Not quite as strong as Wan's brilliant The Conjuring, Insidious still packs in the thrills. Wan's atmospheric skill is on full display in this creepy ghost story. Rose Byrne is the MVP here but Lin Shaye is the franchise's breakout star.
I didn't understand this movie when I was 22. I appreciated the skillful filmmaking and solid performances but it didn't have an impact. I thought it was too long and at times, too soap opera-y. And what was with the frogs?! I get it P.T., I get it. And it is glorious. This is not a picture you revisit that often, unlike Boogie Nights, which demands annual viewings. This movie is heavy. I still think it's a bit long, problem is, I don't know where you cut it! This cast is insane. Even some of the bit players are killer. With a soundtrack made entirely of Aimee Mann songs, an isolated score and music only version would be most welcomed.
Moody and brooding. Deep and probing. Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman deliver their finest collaborations by far in Stanley Kubrick's final film. I am fan of Days of Thunder and Far and Away but I recognize they are just fun movies but this is art. I know it may not be in the top 5 of anyone's Kubrick list but it is easily in mine. And that score, jeez Louise! So creepy and off-putting making you uncomfortable at just the right moments. Kubrick left us a library of cinematic gems, this is one of his shiniest.
Brilliant set pieces and a terrifying atmosphere coupled with a great performance Taissa Farminga make this an enjoyable if uneven romp through the Conjurverse. I see that most are not liking this is as much as I am, which helped me. I went in with very low expectations. The music was gloomy and wonderful. The story definitely has some holes and not many surprises, still, much better than the first Annabelle but admittedly not on par with Creation and not even close to the 2 Conjuring flick. This franchise has easily become my favorite modern horror series.
This movie has never stopped being funny. Eddie and Dan should've done more together. They almost did Ghostbusters. Akroyd wrote GB for him, Eddie and John Belushi. What we got, turned out okay, but what might have been. Either way, this Prince and the Pauper story is funny as hell and features a knockout in Jamie Lee Curtis.
They do not make movies like this anymore. And they need to. Nowadays, anytime a movie about teenagers getting into this kind of trouble, it's usually played for laughs. This was a legit thriller. Smart, intense and well acted. They don't make them like this anymore. And they never will.
When I was a kid, Die Hard was the greatest action movie ever made. This movie just felt like a McClane movie. Willis and Wayans had great chemistry even though in real life, they did not like each other. Still, this movie was everything a 13 year old action junkie could want. Oh and just in case you were keeping score, Die Hard is still the greatest action movie ever.
Ethan Hawke and John Travolta are dynamite chewing up the scenery in this half parody of all those B-Westerns that populated the 60s and 70s. It's absolutely ridiculous in the best way possible.
One of the better heist movies that seemed to be everywhere from 1999-2005. The cast has remarkable chemistry. I really wish they would do that sequel already. Edward Norton is really good at being a sleazy bad guy. It made mini coopers cooler than they actually are.