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Monsters University
4 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

Monster's University is PIXAR's attempt to get back on track, and while some may dismiss this movie as milking, this is their best movie since Toy Story 3.

Now the plot is basically like all other college movies. The underdogs must overcome all odds and become the best fraternity. Yeah it's cliched but there's actually a decent twist about 2/3 the way in. When most movies would be wrapping things up, this movie actually picks up and becomes a truly great film. Sure, the first half is good (a bit slow, though). But the second half became intriguing.

is the movie perfect, no. It does have some transitioning problems, like all other prequels. That and sometimes, I feel this movie really lacks substance. But it's creative, bright, well-animated, and it had a few moments where I admittedly had quite a chuckle. But, hey, for a kids animated movie this is pretty good. I would go see this movie in theaters.

The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl in 3-D
4 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

When I bought this at blockbuster I had a choice between this and a Spongebob DVD (WHEN IT WAS GOOD). Almost 8 years later and I still regret my decision to this very day. This is a HORRIBLE movie. The acting is stale, the special affects, actually, are more weird and wonky than actually immersive. And the movie is just so damn confusing. I mean seriously it relys to much on idioms and metaphors that nay kid under 10 would not understand. I hate this movie. It's just a plain boring and overall strange film. I just thank god that nobody really remembers this film fondly. For this movie truly does SUCK!

One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest
4 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

This is one of the greatest films ever made. All the performances are unforgettable and the ending is one of the only movies that can make me teary-eyed. If you have not seen this film go watch it. You will not forget it.

Patton (1970)
4 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

George C. Scott perfectly portrays General Patton in this film. It may be be long, but it will most likely entertain you if this is your cup of tea. And it deserved to win the Oscar back in 1970. It's truly one of the greatest biographic of a historical figure ever made.

The Spongebob Squarepants Movie
4 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

A trip down nostolgiac lane for me, I watched this movie all the time when I was little and it still holds up. The movie is a great ending to the show (well it was supposed to end here). With it's great story, witty jokes, and one of the only scenes in a movie that can make me cry. If you enjoy the show definetly go see this underrated gem.