Oh hai Jed.
What does god need with a ah starship?
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Though it's decently acted and has some enjoyable moments, The Losers ultimately loses itself (tee hee) in a mess of tonal inconsistency, sloppy writing, and incomprehensible plotting.
More exciting, engaging, and entertaining than the first film, 300: Rise of an Empire is bloody good action fun.
300 is relentlessly silly, historically inaccurate, and over-the-top, but it's a hell of a lot of fun, with groundbreaking cinematography, interesting visuals, and some good performances.
Though it's puzzlingly unfocused and nowhere near as funny or groundbreaking as it seems to think it is, Moonrise Kingdom still manages to deliver an ambitious story and some quirky, interesting humor.
Inspirational, original, heartfelt, and also heartbreaking, 50/50 is one of the most beautiful and gut-wrenching dramedies I have ever seen.