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Bully
Bully (2001)
10 months ago via Rotten Tomatoes

The most disturbing truth of teenage murders. Not since Natural born Killers have I had this feeling of regret of watching brutal Snuff film. A little too much nudity even for R rating.

Suicide Squad
Suicide Squad (2016)
11 months ago via Rotten Tomatoes
½

I saw suicide squad and although I enjoyed the film and all, there were a few major flaws-
1) will smith- wisecracking usual self, will smith tries to be serious in some scenes and I'm just not buying it. Maybe I'm just being a bully but if you removed dead shot from the equation put in the joker as the leader and removed the implied love triangle between him and Harley Quinn ((not a spoiler)) or maybe just not have had deadshot be the center focus.
2) dialogue- You try to write a comic based film and feel the need to place b**ch and p**y in there it kinda tends to show you're going for the funny. Sorry you're not marvel it doesn't work. David Ayer could of personally hired a writer instead of making me shake my head going "you could do better than that"
3) The storyline was all over the place cause I was intrigued with a couple of the villains and it was sadly chopped in sections.
Positive notes
Jared Leto is amazing but his screen time is limited but his chemistry with Margot Robbie who plays the very sexy Harley Quinn is spot on as well as dawning the classic joker and Harley outfits in a sequence in the film. He made the role his own.
Viola Davis is a force to be reckoned with and I absolutely adore her from how to get away with murder and she did.

I wouldnt say it was terrible but it wasn't great

Left Behind
Left Behind (2014)
2 years ago via Movies on iPad
½

Having read only up to book ten of the series, i can't say it was a bad movie but it wasn't fantastic. The movie starts out as little preachy to non believer but then calms down twenty minutes in scenes of peril where Nicholas cage playing the lead of pilot of the ship realizes he might have made a mistake. I can't say it was a realistic portrayal of the rapture because it hasn't happened. This is a good message for Christian families. 3 1/2 stars for a good effort. Slow building but it's not horrible.

This Is Where I Leave You
2 years ago via Movies on iPad

When a family agrees to sit shiva after their father passes away, on top of the fact Judd finds out his wife has been with his boss for over year nothing seems to go right. This An adaption to Jonathan troopers bestselling novel of the same name featuring Jason Bateman, Tina Fey, Adam Driver, Timothy Olyphant, and Jane Fonda. A funny look a family dysfunction that takes a emotional turn and phenomenal performances.