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Movie Ratings and Reviews

World War Z
World War Z(2013)

This movie only has this many stars because of the insanely high powered thrill ride Marc Foster brings to the table. Never before have I seen zombies pile up to scale a wall. Never have I seen actual smarts in a zombie movie. SMARTS. Most zombie films talk about brains, but never show them in the movie. This one has just about everything in a zombie film that a zombie enthusiast would want to see. However, there are, of course, it's flaws. For example, there was absolutely no time for the movie to start off with substance. The movie basically starts out with the zombie apocalypse, so for a while there, you're left wondering were the movie is going with it's plot. The story telling in general is pretty vague, along with the dialogue. Any viewer is bereft any emotion to this film (the kind of emotion where you want someone to live) because Brad Pitt's character comes into contact with so many "last-man-standing" ordeals, that you just don't care whether he lives or dies. However, the set pieces really bring this film to life, and the location shots are wonderful, just sometimes hard to see the action when the camera is being flung around like a bag of candy. I will sort of take back what I said earlier about there being no emotion. At the end, the viewer does actually feel something in their hearts for once, other than adrenaline, is the feeling of happiness, and rebondage. After saying all of this, I will add to the fact that the "soft" ending brings a sort of closure to the audience, and that's not something you find too often with films of this particular genre.

Grown Ups
Grown Ups(2010)

Yes, the script is terrible. Yes, this movie is clichè central for comedy movies. But, lets also congratulate the actors in this movie for their fantastic chemistry between each other. That's what gets out the laughs. I personally loved all of the actors in this movie, but I do have to admit that this was a terrible/awful/why did I just watch that(?) script, but I laughed quite a lot. The end was predictable as always in David Spade movies, but I guess I'm used to that now.

Oz the Great and Powerful

I loved all of the "mentions" towards the "The Wizard of Oz" in this movie. The special effects were spectacular and the acting was charming. While Franco's smile is definitely cheesy, he couldn't save the script. The first half of the movie was scenes slapped together and there wasn't enough "feeling" in this movie. The second half of the movie, however, was better and did get my attention more than the first half of this movie, but that wasn't enough to save it. Nothing great and powerful about this movie other than special effects. 3/5


Wow, I loved this movie with all of it's amazing scenes. My major problem with this movie is that there isn't anything about this movie that had a good plot. But Liam Neeson was good.

Marvel's The Avengers

I would've given this movie a full 5 stars but there wasn't a great variety of camera angles that I'm used to seeing in a super hero movie. It would've been better if the friendly neighborhood spiderman would've made an appearance in this movie to give it something more special. Overall, this is a great movie and a feat for Joss Whedon.

The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian

I didn't like it as much as the original, but it was still nice.


I got more entertainment from watching my friend swim in the pool, drop something, then swim down to the deep end to retrieve it. The only thing this movie doesn't lack is cinematography. I mean, whoever did the casting just committed career suicide. Sometimes, when characters say less in a movie, it means more (Ex. WALL-E). I'm also pretty sure a piece of wood could do a better job acting. I would at least be entertained by counting the rings on it to see how old it is. That's how terrible the acting, and the script is. Save yourself a date night, and give your girlfriend/boyfriend something they deserve. Take them out, treat them with respect, because this movie sure didn't get any.

Night of the Living Dead

To me, this movie had a very weak beginning that was actually laughable, and very pathetic in it's acting. However, this movie finally finds something firm to stand on as it delivers a news-style reporting that helps keep the viewer frightened and entertained as well as some of the socialism and unease between the characters. Romero does a nice job of not leaving that many plot holes in this movie as I thought there would be for a movie of this particular genre and time period it was made. Yes, the visuals at the beginning to middle are cheesy, and so is the acting, but you're going to have to learn to get through that and realize that Romero is setting you up for something better and juicier. The latter half of the middle to the end is a bottled up joy ride that is very kinetic and gets your blood flowing. And who can forget the ending to the movie? Not that I didn't say out loud what was going to happen, but the fact that it did and that everyone in the movie was okay with it, was startling. Personally, for me, there wasn't enough of a narrative structure between all the characters to keep substance in the movie 24/7, but after you see it, you'll want to see it again.


I was into it at the beginning, and at the end, but the middle was so boring. This movie was a bad replica of the masterpiece 2001: A Space Odyssey. There really wasn't any sort of intelligence to the movie, but Gunner Wright did a prolific job as an actor and has a bright future. I was stunned by the cinematography, but visuals don't make a movie with no real plot.


My mom found this movie in the very depths of the store we got it from. That should tell you something. Other than that, the movie actually was kind of good at the beginning. Good lighting, acting, plot, and everything you would look for in a mystery. The movie, however, falls apart in the treacherously long second act, and the laughable third. This movie could've been so much better, but it doesn't explain anything at all. AT ALL. The movie talks about "secrets" of the town that they don't want outsiders knowing, but at the same time, the people that live there don't know about it either! So who cares if an "outsider" comes in. Ugh, anyways, not even worth a watch. There is suspense at the end, but the acting doesn't quite pull through.

Star Trek Into Darkness

Where to even start? Okay, let me start by first saying that Benedict Cumberbatch's performance as Khan was a very good one. He was cold hearted, deceiving looking, and hell-bent on finding destruction. There were some great action scenes in this movies, particularly the one where Khan and Kirk are flying through space in advanced "jumpsuits." Dialogue did not seem to be a problem for the people who formulated the script (Alex Kurtzman, Damon Lindelof, and Roberto Orci) as it was always witty and sharp. Zachary Quinto, again reprised his role as Spock, and did a decently fine job at that. He is convincing more and more lately, that he can pretty much act in anything. Star Trek: Into Darkness has some very intense scenes that are emotional, subtle, and destructive. This space opera is done with diligent pacing, and some of the finest use of special effects I've seen in a while. J.J. Abrams is taking directing to a whole new level with a nearly flawless movie. My only complaint would be that the camera scenes were beginning to resemble what Michael Bay does in his movies. SHAKY. I swear, Michael Bay has terrets. Anyways, the movie leans more so on the emotional side than one would've expected. What's different between the beloved franchises of Star Wars and Star Trek, is the Star Trek has a director that's made two movies in a row that have been brilliant with an emotional tear drop or two. Yes, Star Wars Episodes VII-XV got the J.J. Abrams treatment as well, but we have no idea what's going to become of them (there are rumors swirling around the Benedict Cumberbatch has a role!) yet. So, lets rewind to the Episodes I-III. Does anyone actually remember a good, emotional scene in those movies? Neither do I. To say that George Lucas can't write a love scene, or an emotional scene, is to say that facebook is just a website. A complete understatement. So, drawing parallels with the Star Trek universe and the Star Wars universe should be easier unless J.J. Abrams botches things up with Episode VII like George Lucas did with Episodes I and II. On an earlier note, however, this movie has got the goods. Go watch it. There is never a dull scene with any of these actors/actresses, and the director gives it his all with a non cliched movie with even a little touch of humor.

Insidious: Chapter 2

I would definitely watch this movie again, but there just isn't anything new, or audacious enough here. James Wan did a fantastic job with the camera and Gothic style of the first. There is plenty of tension in this movie, most noticeably, in a fantastic scene between Patrick Wilson, Steve Coulter, and some dice. Where this movie ultimately fails are the plot holes. There is no structure for "The Further" as you would find in the dream world with Inception. It seems like you can do whatever you really want in The Further, with everyone thinking they've done it a million times. Lin Shaye does a great job acting, but the script that Leigh Whannell gives her is pathetic, and silly. This movie's prolific acting surprises and boosts this movie that where it should be. Chapter 2 is somewhat predictable in certain aspects, but has a clever wrap-around at the near-end. The very end, is silly, predictable, and unnecessary. A lot of the movie starts out as a cliched haunted house movie with opening doors and pianos playing by themselves.

The Last Song

Ethan Hawke isn't that bad at all. Too bad he isn't in the movie.

Pulp Fiction
Pulp Fiction(1994)

This movie's reputation speaks for itself, but I'm going to go ahead and add my own review. This movie had EVERYTHING. Violence, great script, amazing acting, great plot, great ending, amazing soundtrack, and even a little bit of romance are all compacted into this movie that happens to be my favorite. I had so much fun watching this movie I couldn't take my eyes off. Not once during it's 2 and a half hour run time. A lot of the scenes are shocking and sick, but that's what gives this movie it's edge above others. The only thing I found wrong with this movie, and it's not even a flaw, is that no matter what somebody does bad in this movie, they always seem to get away with it versus Quentin Taratino's previous outing with Reservoir Dogs. This movie is mysterious in ways you can't imagine and it even involves a McGuffin (something placed in a movie for mystery or suspense that is never explained on purpose) a.k.a. Marsellus Wallace's suitcase. So you don't even need to go into this with an open mind. Go into this movie expecting everything that should be right with a movie. EVERYTHING.


If you get the Collector's edition on Blu-ray, you WILL be satisfied. This movie is a technical wonder, and the true reason that CGI was made to begin with. Boasting a $300 million price tag, this offers little plot, but it is an amazing watch. If you do get the Collector's Edition, make sure to watch the extended edition. This is about 3 hours long, but provides a crucial extra 16 minutes, including an alternate opening on Earth. I believe the alternate opening on Earth is important because it shows why Jake Sully had no interest in going back. I just have no idea why they are to make a second one. There was a clear and cut ending, I'm kind of worried for the franchise.


I used to be obsessed with this movie and I still sort of am. The special effects made me smile and just the sheer thought of attempting such a monster franchise and making it better, is just plain exhilerating for Michael Bay. The reason this movie made $319.0M is because of how awesome it is. If there wasn't as much cussing, I would've given this movie a full 5 stars, but it did and you have to remember that Hasbro is a TOY company for LITTLE KIDS. Other than that, this was a spectacular film that will be enjoyed for ages to come.

Kung Fu Panda

This movie had a touching storyline, action, great visuals, a bad guy that was terrifically ugly, and the voice cast we have come to expect from Dreamworks. The script was kind of average, but other than that, watch this movie!

Harry and Tonto

The only problem with this movie is that there isn't a single scene that you may remember. But at the same time, you will like it more than you ever thought you could've. Oh, and that Art Carney guy does a great job acting in a real performance.

6 Souls
6 Souls(2013)

The only person doing any good acting in this forgettable movie is Julianne Moore.

Despicable Me 2

This has more humor, romance, actions, and those crazy LITTLE minions!!! However, this movie didn't flow together as seamlessly as the first one did. Kristen Wiig does a great voice-over as Olivia Wilde, and everyone else does there part as well. There also wasn't enough evil and anarchy as the first one. But, the movie does execute what it tries doing very, very well. So, as for that, go watch this movie without another moment's hesitation. It's a blast!

The Apparition

The only time I jumped is when my dad said, "Boo." If that tells you anything.


Visuals were appeasing and voice-over acting was great. I liked the idea of the movie, but then again, why would you make puppet dolls to save the world? Anyways, not too terribly bad.

The Last Stand

I am actually surprised I liked this. Terrible acting, terrible/stupid plot, not enough action, and nothing I've never seen in an action flick before, but for some odd reason, I think Johnny Knoxville's cowbell scene is what won me over.

Fast & Furious 6

This was AMAZING!!! I couldn't believe how much better it was than Fast Five, and Fast Five was amazing too. Fast cars, hot girls, big explosions, and gravity-defying physics make this movie THE summer blockbuster of the year. Wow, I'm so impressed. So many things I've never seen in a movie before is in this movie.

Tommy Boy
Tommy Boy(1995)

I would've liked this movie 300 times better if it wasn't for the superbly predictable ending and the cheesy acting from everyone. I laughed quite a bit, but that couldn't overcompensate the movie's lack luster storyline/plot. The villains were stupid as always in Chris Farley movies, and I just couldn't laugh after the ending. Bored.

Black Sheep
Black Sheep(1996)

A heck of a lot better than Beverly Hills ninja which consisted on nothing but every single sort of clichè you can think of, but it lacked in a chemistry between David Spade's character and Chris Farley's character. I believe that if Chris Farley hadn't died of an OD, that these two could've made so many better movies that this. This movie also consisted of a predictable ending and a pathetic plot and stupid villains. I do have to admit that I laughed more than 3 times, but I wish I could've laughed more.

Osmosis Jones

I really enjoyed this movie for some reason. The animation was very fluent, the script/dialogue was excellent/funny, and the actual people were BORING. There was almost no story with Bill Murray and co. I liked all of the little innuendos in the movie, along with all of it's crazy rules. I would recommend this to anyone who wants a good laugh or two.

The Mothman Prophecies

With strong performances, scary moments, and a compelling story line, this movie is one of the smartest scary movies I have seen in quite some time. My only problem with it, is that it can get a little boring between the dialogue, and mystery part of the movie. Other than that, this movie is a nice one.

Gran Torino
Gran Torino(2009)

This was the second-ever rated "R" movie I had ever seen (the first being "Terminator") and this will more than likely be one of my favorites for a long time to come. Incredulous acting, great storyline, nice ending, and a really nice car makes for good movies these days. It was also emotional, especially one particular scene. I thoroughly enjoyed this movie, and loved/hated the other emotional scene in these movie, the ending.

Spirited Away

I feel like an idiot posting this, but I couldn't get over the feeble plot. There was no surprise ending, the animation was "blocky," and an annoying main character. I do have to admit the voice-over was done very well, the creatures of Miyazaki's imagination are endless, and the paintings by Miyazaki was fantastically gorgeous and breathtaking. However, as in actual movies, (not cartoons) visuals don't compensate for a lackluster storyline.

Hellboy II: The Golden Army (Hellboy 2)

Aaaaah, a relief. The first one sucked so bad that I actually quit watching it halfway through. The first and only time I've ever done that! However, I mustered up all of my strength and watched this based on positive reviews from friends and critics alike. The action is better, the romance is more believable, the script is a lot better, not as clichèd as the first one, and definitely better acting. Guillermo del Torro has proven to me that he now knows how to make good movies and improve upon the previous movies transcending into sequels. If he makes about 4 of these, Hellboy IV could go up for an Oscar nomination for best picture.


I usually LOVE action flicks. But, I don't know why I have such a hard time with this one. Full of conspiracy clichès and bad attempts at humor, this movie belongs at the depths of hell. For an example of what Guillermo del Torro didn't know what he was doing, (here comes the example) there was a scene in which the bad guy kills some guy in the snow and the dude bleeds out into this crop circle looking thing. There is a LOT of blood. Didn't the people that were making this ever consider that it is COLD outside and that his body wouldn't emit that much blood? Of course they didn't, because this movie is dumb all in it's self.


Where do I begin? The only reason I didn't give this terrible movie a half a star was because of the ending. The dazzling special effects don't overcompensate for the god-awful acting and premise. This movie tries to be funny when it's not. The ending was kind of cool where the (SPOILER ALERT) main character turns into an alien himself and you don't know if he takes over the ship he's in, in order to save humanity.

Independence Day

Not even Will Smith's capable performance could save this highly predictable movie along with it's cheesy special effects. This movie could've been so much more than it was.


This movie offers many twists and turns along the way and keeps you guessing. The only elevator movie that has grabbed my attention the way this did. I really liked the acting and premise of the movie. The ending was undoubtedly good with M. Night Shayamalan writing the ideas for the movie, he has just lost his directing touch. The end had my stomach churning in ways I couldn't describe. Can't wait for the second part in this trilogy, "Reincarnate."


The ending tries to be more than it really is, but it's still an interesting one at that. The only superhero movie that actually makes you believe they are there with comic books. Maybe it's just me, but the movie seemed to rely on 1 person with a camera for each scene. It was a very nice and "complex" movie to watch, just wish that there was more of a variety of camera angles. The acting was superb, very, very good.

Journey to the Center of the Earth

I like this because I have it in 3D. The red and blue kind.

Road to Perdition

The acting was graceful. There was so much emotion that went into this movie, Sam Mendes knows how to make an audience feel for someone in an action movie. "Road to Perdition" had everything. Amazing acting, action, thoughtfulness, great script, and lots of emotion that reallly connects you with the movie. I can't stress how much I absolutely love this movie.


With marvelous special effects, WALL-E is one of those movies that people watch over and over again for the special effects and the warming of the heart it delivers to people.

The Amazing Spider-Man

I was skeptical about not having Toby McGuire on set, but I was proved WRONG. I feel that Andrew Garfield used more emotion in his acting than Toby's. Emma Stone proved to be a better girlfriend than Kirsten Dunst did. I was impressed with spiderman's new costume and it had a better plot than the original. This stuck more closely than 2002's version. My only complaint was the special effects with the lizards crawling on spiderman's web. It looked a little fake, but other than that, a FANTASTIC movie that EVERYONE who has doubts, should see.

The Man in the Moon

This is the only drama movie I even like. The only Southern movie I like. The only movie with Reese Witherspoon I like (that might change with "Mud"). This movie was really nostalgic, and I didn't even grow up in the South. Reese did an amazing job acting, and so did everyone else, especially, Sam Waterston as her dad. Really emotional, and hit the romance cord for movies I never knew I had.


I finally bucked up and watched this movie because all of my friends told me it was good. Boy am I happy I have friends! This movie wasn't on the darker side as the previous two with Daniel Craig, but thanks to it's incredulous actors, and an even better villain, this movie was one to remember. A lot of twists and turns for this Bond movie, which normally consist of clichè ridden stunts with a boring plot and script. Sam Mendes isn't directing any more and Christopher Nolan says he was interested. Boy, I can't wait to see what Nolan brings to the table.

Of Mice and Men

At the beginning of this movie, I almost shut it off. Glad I didn't. This movie had a lot of hilarious moments from Malkovich and serious moments with Sinise. This all balanced out in peaceful harmony and was a masterpiece. The only problem I had was that Malkovich wasn't fat enough.


The android did a very good job at acting. These were the events that led up to the monster franchise, "Alien." What more is there to say? Oh, yeah. AMAZING special effects and a deeper meaning on the meaning of life. I found this movie a bit philosophical.


This movie was just too boring and was just about dumbness.


I liked the special effects and the acting was superb. This movie was enchanted.

Valentine's Day

It's just a nice movie with a lot of big names. Period.

X-Men Origins - Wolverine

I absolutely love this movie and it sets the stage for how he came from bone claws to Wolverine. I don't understand the low rating on this website.

Source Code
Source Code(2011)

This is possibly one of my favorite movies. I loved the "twist" at the end and Jake Gyllenhaal's acting was flawless. There was constant action, but not enough to bore you to death. Brilliant.


Daniel Day-Lewis IS Abraham Lincoln. Steven Spielberg made me actually understand politics for a little bit, but I couldn't over come the dreary feeling I got by 2 hours of the movie taking place indoors. The quiet talking also made me concentrate throughout the whole movie and it was a relief at the end when they stopped talking for a little bit. 4/5

Life of Pi
Life of Pi(2012)

I ended up watching this movie, I I was very pleased with how the movie flowed together. The tiger looked very real and the ending had a suprising twist. 4.5/5

Observe and Report

Seth Rogan was hilarious, but this movie fell flat from the other actors. I thought this movie had too much cussing for its own good, and the plot was slow. 2.5/5

Paul Blart: Mall Cop

While most people don't like this movie because of its flimsy plot and lack of action, I would say that Kevin James is in this movie. While there are some laughs, there just aren't enough to keep this movie memorable. I wish Veck (Keir O'Donnell) did a better job at being the bad guy than he was in this movie. The end with the bikers was kind of funny, but the end was pathetic.

Get Smart
Get Smart(2008)

This movie was superbly funny and offered me a lot of laughs from Carell. I though this movie was nearly perfect and Alan Arkin did really well in acting. Some of the actions scenes were so improbable, that they were actually funny. 4/5

Knight & Day
Knight & Day(2010)

I was super bored from this one. I didn't laugh, get goosebumps from the action, or have adrenaline running through my veins. But, I did like some of the action scenes. This movie could've been a heck of a lot better than it was. 2/5

True Lies
True Lies(1994)

This movie was all right in my book because of the awesome jet scene at the end. Arnold Schwarzenegger actually did a good job acting and the plot was superbly unprobable, that it made this movie a must-see. I thought Jamie Lee Curtis could've done better, but someone has to be a bad actor/actress in this one.


I didn't laugh at all in this movie and I thought story line was dead. The worn story plot and predictable ending made me want to just shot it off. I should've done it. The action wasn't very good either-BORED to DEATH. 0.5/5

Monsters, Inc.

This is one of those movies that makes you laugh for no reason and has no apparent meaning, it's pretty awesome.

Transformers: Dark of the Moon

Although my rating doesn't show it, I liked it a little bit more than the second one. My only problem(s) with this movie is the fact they cast Patrick Dempsey as a bad guy and Rosie Huntington-Whitley as Sam's new girlfriend. I was suprised at her acting-it was better than I was expecting-but you can't just replace Meghan Fox like that. I though Patrick Dempsey did a terrible job at acting this movie and John Malkovich didn't make anyone laugh like he tried to. This movie STILL didn't appeal to the greater audience-the kids who play with the figurines. I surely hope there is something brand new with Transformers 4 or I just may hate life. FIRE EHREN KRUGER!!! Bring back Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman please! And someone give Michael Bay a tripod!!!

Cast Away
Cast Away(2000)

While his time at the island didn't offer much character development, but rather character undevelopment (if that's a word), with that aside, this movie was marvelous. Tom Hanks was/is one of the best actors ever and he proved it right here without the help of anybody else other than Wilson. This is one of those movies that's life changing and changes your perspective on life. What if I get stranded on an island and don't see my wife in 4 years, and when I finally do, how will I react when I find out she's with another man? The end left me just a LITTLE angry, but a cliff-hanger movie is one that keeps you guessing (Inception).

Snow White and the Huntsman

I didn't really care for this movie, I just like Chris Hemsworth and Charlize Theron as the actors but the script was unclear at times and Kristen Stewart didn't sell it as I would've expected. It had a predictable ending and didn't impress me that much. There was the scene in the woods where we saw the beginning of the day that was dazzling with the forest dwelling creatures, but from there on out, the movie was rotten.

Star Trek
Star Trek(2009)

Boasting some of the best special effects I've ever seen, this movie brings back Star Trek's original glory. Hu-Zah to Mr. Spock (Zachary Quinto).


This has the most humor out of any of the Marvel movies, but the lacking plot of getting Thor's hammer back was a little demeaning. There wasn't a huge fight at the end of the movie (instead it was at the beginning) but there was more logic than brawn in this movie.

Mr. Magorium's Wonder Emporium

Dustin Hoffman gives it his all, but the movie fails from a boring plot.

Black Beauty
Black Beauty(1994)

Way better than the animated version. But it's still a predictable horse movie.


Really boring, horse movies don't interest me.

High School Musical 3: Senior Year

Definitely better than the first two, but still the same as the first two in a way.

Little Fockers

Why bother making this???

Meet the Fockers

Be warned, it's the exact same as before, but WORSE.

Meet the Parents

Ben Stiller is sensational and DeNiro is better than ever!

The Mission
The Mission(1986)

The cinematography was excellent, the acting was beautiful, but some of the dialogue was boring and the special effects are tedious. It seemed a heck of a lot longer than 2 hours and 6 minutes. I still liked the intensity of the movie and finding out whether or not the Indians keep their home with the help of a slave-turned Jesuit helps them out.

The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader

This movie just fell from the originals. Kind of disappointing. I wanted something new.

Bridge to Terabithia

The first time I watched this movie, I HATED it. The second time was a delight. It takes a little understanding, but once you do, you're in for a ride of beautiful imagination.


There was just something about this movie... ADVENTURE.

Here Comes the Boom

This movie had some great acting by Henry Winkler, but Kevin James doesn't put enough "boom" into this movie. He acts as though this is another movie and I wasted my time seeing it. I didn't laugh AT ALL! I did think that the original announcers from UFC and the ref from UFC was cool.

Hotel Transylvania

The adult jokes keep the older people involved and the younger ones are sure to laugh with all the mishaps of the characters. Sure, there were times when I laughed, but it seemed to me that everything was happening WAY too fast and there wasn't enough time for character development for anyone in this movie. Yes, Dracula allowed his daughter to date the human at the end, but that is IT. There were some funny jokes (hence David Spade as the invisible man at the swimming pool) and some heartwarming moments. That wasn't enough to save this one from it's wildly and predictable ending.

The Dark Knight Rises

For some reason, I wasn't excepting a solid story line as the first one, but got one. There was so many plot twists and incredible actors, that I was left stunned after the movie was over. The full two and a half hours are definitely worth the lengthy wait, but there is a reason that this was the 7th highest grossing movie of all time worldwide. The ending was really crafty and Bane was AWESOME.

I Am Legend
I Am Legend(2007)

I really liked this movie except for the ending. He could've survived and he could have saved his dog using the animal trials.

Nanny McPhee Returns

One of the worst movie/sequels I've ever seen.

Wreck-it Ralph

This is now my favorite movie (sorry The Amazing Spider-man) because of the way it made me feel. Every scene was different and the plot played out nicely through the whole movie. This movie was very clever and different. A full-blown 5 stars for me!

Star Wars: Episode VI - Return of the Jedi

The special effects could've been as good as the empire strikes back, but they weren't. I was hoping for an epic showdown between Luke and his father, and I got one. I also like the celebration at the end.

Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back

This one had way better special effects than the original and had a more developed plot than the one before.

Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope

This movie was nice to watch, but the special effects nowadays are pretty bad, but other than that, really amazing.

Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith

This one is my favorite one of all of them, because there is so much emotion and believability, that this truly tops them all.

Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones

I felt closer to the action than in the first one, but it took a little too long to get to the plot.

Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace

Liam Neeson did terrific as Qui-Gon, but the plot kept on changing and I didn't feel the character's emotion like I have before.

Star Wars: The Clone Wars

I thought bringing back the old voices of the original movies was a clever idea and the action was nice to the eyes.

Super 8
Super 8(2011)

One of those teenage 80s movies that was brought to life again. Thank you J.J. Abrams!!!

The Grey
The Grey(2012)

Too much swearing and not enough of wolves dying. You also know who is going to die next in the movie and it was a little drawn out. I did like the ending however and I hope they don't make another one so I can think that he lived.

X2: X-Men United

The acting was superb and was the best sequel to a superhero movie to date. The only part I didn't like about it was the plot. It changed SOOO much it was sort of hard to understand, but VERY appeasing to the eyes as the X-Men find out who they really are.


I liked this movie,but it's not something I would want to watch over and over again.

Catch Me If You Can

I thought this movie looked dumb from the outside, but then you watch it and understand Frank Jr. It's really cool in the plot of the movie, but it couldn't overcome the lame story plot. There were strong performances from Leonardo DiCaprio and Tom Hanks, I just wish there was a little more to it than check fraud.


There was something I liked about this movie and it wasn't Kate Winslet. I really wish that this movie was rated R because of the nudity in the movie. How is this even PG-13? My favorite part was when the ship went down-good special effects.

Dr. Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas

With the very appeasing visual effects that are easy on the eyes, this movie is one that will be played on t.v. for years to come. It also stayed true to the story and it was directed by RON HOWARD. He's a legend.

Dr. Seuss' The Cat in the Hat

As a kid, I liked this movie. As I grew up, I realized just how plain dumb it is.

Austin Powers in Goldmember

I saw this movie on TBS and thought it was the dumbest movie ever. I felt like all of the laughs are gone and that Mike Myers shouldn't have even of written this. It was too stupid for him.

Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen

This was definitely a movie that fell short for me. It made nearly $100M more dollars than the original, but definitely didn't deserve it. While the special effects were nice, YOU AREN'T GOING TO GET A VERY GOOD REVIEW IF THE CAMERAS ARE TOO CLOSE FOR ANYONE TO SEE ANY OF THE ACTION, MICHAEL BAY!! There was a lot more cussing a sexual content than the first one and little kids that really wanted to watch it, probably couldn't because of the writers of the movie.

G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra

I don't know where to begin. This movie was just put together to please Hasbro G.I. Joe fans and put together a silly script. There was no real villain and the fighting was very lame. I have to give a star and a half for the special effects. That's it.


I thought this movie was going to suck really bad, but it didn't. There are lovable characters and more importance than selfishness.

The Outsiders

Stay golden Ponyboy...


I really liked this movie with its graceful pacing, but I was expecting to know why the Predator was actually there and I was hoping for more of them than just one. I never did know that they are attracted to violence and hunt for sport until I read the bio on here. The special effects were very good for the day and I enjoyed the storyline, but there needed to be a little more action to get a full 4 stars.

The Green Mile

It's the Green Mile is all I have to say...

Finding Nemo
Finding Nemo(2003)

With unforgettable characters like Bruce, a nice written story, and a deeper meaning behind the great fun, this is a seriously unforgettable movie!

The Incredibles

Visually appealing and satisfying, I am still left to wonder, when will they make a second one???

The Goonies
The Goonies(1985)

I want a Babe Ruth!

X-Men: The Last Stand

The whole movie seemed to be about Jean Grey and Charles Xavier. But the problem was that Charles Xavier died in the middle of the movie which was very dissappointing and I didn't understand the whole Angel thing. He said like 4 sentences.

Short Circuit

This was a good movie for the day, but now it's nothing but an old clunker.

Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance

This movie did not live up to the hype and promising sequel I was hoping for. The special effects were poor and the camera shots were so erratic I was getting sick. The plot was weak along with everything else from Marvel Knights second movie. Bleh.

Ghost Rider
Ghost Rider(2007)

This movie had low quality special-effects and a plot that kept on changing from the beginning. The acting by Sam Elliot was superb, but everything else looked out of place. I love Marvel but this was not a good film at all.

The Tall Man
The Tall Man(2012)

I felt like this was two different movies whenever the past catches up with Julia Denning halfway through the movie and took too long to get to the point even though it is only 100 minutes long. I sort of wanted this movie to be a horror flick but this was a pleasant detour of what I was wanting. You also never find out what happens to Julia at the end and there definitely won't be a second one with Jessica Biel.


This movie did have some humor in it that I wasn't expecting, but this movie just had a bleak story plot and the acting could've been a tad bit better. This is a movie I would watch on my bluray and turn up the stereos on a rainy day.