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Pulp Fiction
Pulp Fiction (1994)
4 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

One of my favorite all time movies!!! Quentin Tarantino and this all star cast is genius. The dialogue is great! About 3 different stories, during a span of two days, starring John Travolta, Samuel L Jackson, Bruce Willis, and Uma Thurman...this shit coulden't get any better. This screenplay is breath taking with violence, gangsters and drug abuse. I'm not going to say anymore...if you haven't seen it, go get it and watch it, you will NOT be disappointed! 100 def on the tomatometer.

21 (2008)
4 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

This movie was...ok...I liked the subject matter. Kevin Spacey is good as always also. About some college kids that study at MIT, very smart with numbers. They take weekends to go to Las Vegas and count cards. The main charectar says he is just saving up $300,000 for medical school at Harvard. But everything gets carried away and greed comes into play. It's worth at least seeing once. I'll give it a 50.

Super 8
Super 8 (2011)
4 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

While watching Super 8 I was intrigued by the special effects used. About a group of kids in a small town in Ohio that are wanting to make a film. The film consists of zombies and blood. They go to film a part of the movie and they witness a train crash right in front of them. This train ends up dumping some top secret information that the US Air Force is trying to keep under wraps and not letting this small town know what is completetly going on. Weird things start happenining, engines in cars missing, a whole store of microwaves are gone. A police officer heads into the secrets to try to complete this puzzle while someone, or something is capturing and killing people in the town. I have always liked Steven Spielburg movies, not too familiar with JJ Abrams but all in all it's a good flick, I'll give it a 70 on the tomatometer.

She's Out of My League
4 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

This movie was hilarious. Main character, Kirk, played by Jay Baruchel plays a TSA agent at the Pittsburgh (or shittsburgh as BENGAL fans call it, lol) with a couple friends. While in the beginning he is after the girl who dumped him, Marnie, played by Lindsay Sloane. When one day on the job he runs into Molly. Molly is a 10, shit, I would say 10.5, but anyway...she loses her cell phone at the security checkpoint and Kirk catched up with her to give it back. Molly, also recently out of a relationship seeks out Kirk, who is a hard 6 and believes he has no chance with getting with this girl at all. Little does he know. As they are dating they run into a bunch of funny shit, if I told it all I would spoil the whole things for you. So go see it yourself!! Plus you gotta go see it for Alice Eve, she's outta this world.

Kirk's (Jay Baruchel's) TSA agent friends played by....
T.J. Miller as Stainer
Nate Torrence as Devon
Mike Vogal as Jack

I give this comedy a 90%.

Hall Pass
Hall Pass (2011)
4 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

Starring Rick (Owen Wilson) and Fred (Jason Sudeikis), this comedy is not really what I expected from previews. But it was ok. About two married men that fantasize about being with other women. Eventually, their wives get fed up with the nonsense of thier husbands and issue them a 'Hall Pass' which is a week off from marraige. They think they can reel in the babes but in reality they haven't been in the dating game in years and can't land a single women. This movie exploits them trying to get laid and all the funny parts that go with that. Rick (Owen Wilson) actually has a chance with a very hot Australian women but can't seal the deal because he loves his wife.

In the mean time both of their wives are in upstate Rhode Island partying, thinking about what their husbands are up to. Both wives get fairly close to other guys and also relize this is not for them and that they love their husbands. In conclusion, both couples get back together, apologize for their wrong doings and move on.

I would recommend seeing this flick at least once.