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Inception (2010)
5 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

I commend Nolan on his efforts, but this movie seemed to lack organization and clarity. It overdid itself. Maybe this may have been better as a 900 page novel, because that's the kind of content I felt he was trying to compress into this 2 hour and 30 minute film.

I can proudly say I didn't fully comprehend some occurrences in the film, not due to lack of intelligence, but because they weren't presented well, especially in relation to the plot. It seems the rest of the audience is afraid to admit that in their attempt to seem more intellectual than they are capable of being, thus high ratings. The visual effects were worth applauding though.

Overall, this was an unsuccessful attempt to surpass the widespread reception of his previous films - or at least it was unsuccessful to me.

The Last Airbender
5 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

As a die-hard Avatar fan, this movie is deplorable. As a moviegoer independent of my preconceptions due to my fandom, this movie is deplorable.

Battle: Los Angeles
5 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

Is this even considered a film? Do I need to expound on the reasons behind my rating?

The Prince of Egypt
5 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

Great "camera language." The story was told the best way it could be told in an hour and 37 minutes. Terrific animation, and great voice acting/singing. I'd watch this movie 30 years from now and still be amazed.