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Talk about a simple kidnapping gone wrong! Words can not describe how friggin' great this movie is!


People, whatever is in this movie is not what Alaska's like. When I was six or seven, I remember seeing a documentary at the Orlando Science Center's Cinedome about Alaska's culture and landscape. I was more interested in that movie than I did about two kids and a polar bear cub rescuing their stranded dad up on the mountains. Do yourself a favor and watch a documentary or a video on YouTube about Alaska and avoid this movie! It's false advertising!

The Great Mouse Detective

When I was a kid, I love this movie. Watching it today, I still love it! For a Disney movie, especially one that's cartoony than most Disney animated films, it has a dark atmosphere, creepy imagery, a bit of violence (but not gruesome for kids to comprehend), and the fact the hero and the villain are both egotistical intelects work off one another, much like Sherlock Holmes and Professor Moriarty. The plot is okay for the most part. It's a basic villain wanting to take over the kingdom and hero has to stop him. But it doesn't matter because for what they have in the story is pretty good for Disney standards.


Not Spielberg's best film, but I still enjoyed it overall. It does have issues raised about different political views involving the US Constitution and the arguments behind it. I'm always fascinated by this stuff.

The Dark Crystal

Love this movie! Jim Henson and Frank Oz did an excellent job of bringing this world and the creatures to life with great puppetry and special effects.

Life of Pi
Life of Pi(2012)

I spot a problem with this movie as I did with another film Ang Lee directed, which was the Hulk. The problem with this movie is pacing. It takes forever to get from the beginning, middle, and end. I understand the movie was about a boy being stranded in the middle of the ocean with a tiger for days, even weeks. But it just didn't do it for me at least for my tastes.

The Blues Brothers

I don't know what to say about this movie what hasn't already been said except this is funny!

Open Season
Open Season(2006)

Meh. I didn't think this was worth viewing twice.

Clerks II
Clerks II(2006)

Not as funny as the first Clerks movie, but at least I still find it enjoyable.

American Pie
American Pie(1999)

I never thought this was funny to begin with.

Pan's Labyrinth

This has got to be one of the most imaginative as well very gruesome movie I have ever seen in my life! The story is unique, the characters are complex, and the visuals are creative! I love this movie so much that I put it as one of my favorite movies of all time!

Pacific Rim
Pacific Rim(2013)

I didn't think this was going to be good when I first saw the trailer to this, but after seeing it, this movie was an awesome thrill ride. Good job Del Toro, you manage to get a non-fan to enjoy a mecha and kaiju movie.

Marvel's The Avengers

After watching on Netflix for the first time, I'd say it's a decent crossover of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.


I finally got to see this for the first time and for what it is, it's not bad. I won't be watching this often, but I'll watch it if there's nothing on TV just to get a few laughs.

Man of Steel
Man of Steel(2013)

I thought Man of Steel's good for what it is.

King Kong
King Kong(2005)

When I first saw this movie, I liked it. But every time I watch it after that, I like it less and less. No this has nothing to being a remake of the original King Kong. It's the running time that gets to me. A three hour movie with nothing happening to people doing stupid stuff to people being over the top to monsters being there for the sake of attacking them. Sure the original Kong was this as well, but it was made in the 1930s when movies were movies weren't taken seriously as an higher art form unlike today.

Do I still like it? Yeah I do a bit. I'm just going to rule this in the lowest level of okay.

King Kong
King Kong(1976)

Looking back at it, this was a schlocky way of remaking classic movie.

King Kong
King Kong(1933)

Classic! Iconic! A breakthrough in film in terms of special effects!

South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut

Yeah, the movie's humor is just as crude as the animation, but that's the point. While the jokes are hit & miss (hell, even South Park's humor is hit & miss at times), I think the movie is still funny as it was nearly fifteen years ago. Not my favorite comedy or animated film, but I still get a chuckle or two out of it.

Rugrats in Paris - The Movie

I don't think this movie is good to be honest. While it did try to appeal to both kids and adults, just like the first movie it has babies being cute and toilet humor (something I'm sick of seeing in kids films or hell even adult films too). Besides, the movie is false advertising. It's not set in Paris. It's set in a theme park in the middle of Paris. Why? Even if I accepted that, what joker thought it would be a good idea to build it in the middle of the city when most theme parks are built outside of cities due to how many acres of land they have (and not to mention space to put rides and other things a theme park has). So did they knock the Louvre down to build the park. If that were the case, then why not tear down the Eiffel Tower and Notre Dame and move Disneyland Paris and Parc Asterix there? I'm pretty sure the citizens of Paris will be pleased by this!


Not my favorite Disney movie, but I find it decent.

Suburban Knights

Yeah, this is funny, I guess... if I were brain dead.

The Sorcerer's Apprentice

This movie is meh. Not terrible, but not good. If I wanted to watch something that's titled The Sorcerer's Apprentice, I would have watched Fantasia that has Mickey Mouse in it instead of Nicholas Cage.

Rat Race
Rat Race(2001)

While I do think most of the movie is funny (the ending sucked), I still prefer It's a Mad Mad Mad Mad World over this.

Back to the Future Part III

This was a bit better than Part 2. But I'm going to call this okay. Still the part where Marty getting defensive of being called a chicken really gets on my nerves.

Back to the Future Part II

For a sequel to Back to the Future, I say this was pretty weak. Sure there are some creative things like Hill Valley in 2015 (too bad we're not going to have flying cars in the real 2015), but really I felt this was goofy especially the part where Marty gets defensive of being called a chicken.

Back to the Future

What can I say about Back to the Future what hasn't been said yet? It's friggin' funny, cleaver, and fun!

Star Trek Into Darkness

For a sequel to a reboot of the original Star Trek, I say it's an awesome thrill ride!

The Golden Compass

Meh, I really can't say I liked or hate this movie.

Good Burger
Good Burger(1997)

Is it a good movie? Not really. But I still like it for nostalgia.

Happily Ever After

Filmation is one animation studio I always overlooked and for a good reason. Most of their output is pretty much like Hanna-Barbera's except the animation is awkward. But putting the studio name and their products aside, this movie is like watching the crappy direct to video Disney sequels if it was made by a different studio. I could go in detail about why this sucks, but that could take more than three paragraphs.

Racing Stripes

This movie is bad, but in a odd way. I say that because it has an identity crises. It doesn't know whether it wants to be a crappy kids movie about talking a talking zebra that wants to race or a crappy drama about a teenage girl wanting to be a jockey by riding a zebra. It tries to please both crowds but it pleases no one.

Sesame Street - Christmas Eve on Sesame Street

I honestly don't know why something like this gets a Rotten Tomatoes page, but with that said I watch this every Christmas because of nostalgia. I remember every scene from the Big Bird trying to figure out how Santa comes down the chimney, Bert & Ernie getting each other gifts, Cookie Monster keeps gobbling up cookies meant for Santa, and Oscar the Grouch singing about how he hates Christmas.

The Hot Chick

Oh my god! I still don't get why this needs to be made. Screw it! It's not a real movie. Nobody thought this was funny. Even if you do, you don't.

The Benchwarmers

When I first saw this, I liked it. Why did I? To be honest, I tried to think of a reason, but no matter what, I just don't know. The jokes aren't funny, the characters are one dimensional, and the story was trying to be heartwarming but failed to. Also Rob Schnider's a douche, that's all.

The Hunchback of Notre Dame

With the exception of a few changes, is probably the best adaptation of Victor Hugo's Hunchback of Notre Dame I've seen by far.


I get what this movie was trying to do, but honestly though the writers tried to add some serious moments in what would have been a goofy comedy (even though I'm not a fan of Adam Sandler and what he stars in save for a few movies) about a guy that could do whatever he wants with a remote control.

50 First Dates

Meh, didn't like it one bit.

Little Nicky
Little Nicky(2000)

Okay, I know it's not a good movie let alone a good comedy, but for some odd reason I found it funny.

The Waterboy
The Waterboy(1998)

I like it, but not enough to say it's a classic.

E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial

I don't know what to say what hasn't already been said. This is one of Spielberg's best films!

One Piece The Movie: Episode of Arabasta - The Desert Princess and the Pirates (One Piece: Episode of Alabaster - Sabaku no Ojou to Kaizoku Tachi)

The movie's not bad, but just like Dragon Ball: the Path to Power, the movie feels like it wants move the plot to 90 minutes rather than telling a story.

Doragon bru Z 4: Super saiyajin da son Gok (Dragon Ball Z: Lord Slug)

It's not a movie people. It's a filler episode of DBZ.

101 Dalmatians

Not my favorite movie, but I like it anyway.

The Aristocats

I don't think I ever liked this movie even as a kid.

The Jungle Book

I never read the original Jungle Book written by Rudyard Kipling, but from I've been told the original book was more a series of short stories rather than a single one and it's much different too.

Heck, one of the writers left the production due to Walt Disney's approach of not making it like the book.

But with that said, the movie's okay at best. It does have some catchy songs and some atmosphere, but the biggest problem I have the movie and that has to do with the kid, Mowgli. I mean the kid's a dick! I mean every time he's been told that Shere Khan is going to kill him, he brushes it off and says "I'm going to stay in the jungle HERPA-DERP!" even though Begera and later Baloo where being reasonable about the situation. Even when he meets the damn tiger he's like "Why should I run Herpity-derp?"

While I don't think it's bad, I don't think it's as good as I remembered it to be. But if a majority likes this, I don't see a problem.

The Sword in the Stone

Say what you want, I think this movie's good for what it is.


Okay, the movie at it's own doesn't make any sense, especially at the end where reality and dreams collide together. But honestly trying to make any sense from this doesn't really matter at all. Neither do dreams. I view it as a visual thrill ride with great animation, awesome visuals, and a great sound track (especially the theme music).

From Up On Poppy Hill

I went to this with an open mind and I think it's better than I expected. At best, it's decent. At worst, it's problematic.

Blazing Saddles

With the exception of the ending, this movie is absolutely funny!

Robin Hood: Men in Tights

I used to like this, but now I just don't think it's funny.

The Producers

Why does the original Producers needed a remake I will never know. The original was already funny to begin with.


I like it the first time I've seen it, but I like it less and less every viewing. Occasionally there's a funny joke like Rick Moranis ad libbing his dialog that I wished it would center on the Darth Helmet character rather everybody else.

Young Frankenstein

Now that's what you call a parody done right!

Disaster Movie

Never again will I ever see a movie made by these bozos (Seltzer & Friedberg).

Napoleon Dynamite

I honestly don't care for this movie. I don't hate it, but I don't like it either.


Meh. It's Land Before Time without the heart. The scope of the film looks good even if the CGI looks a bit dated.

Muppet Treasure Island

When I was a kid, I liked this movie. Seeing it again, I still like it. For the Muppet's take on Treasure Island, I say they did a good job mixing comedy with drama and suspense.

Xin qi long zhu (Dragon Ball: The Magic Begins)

This is what happens when someone from Taiwan takes Dragon Ball (though it was mixed with Journey to the West which ironically that's what DB was parodying/homage to) and turn it to a cheesy, tongue & cheek, and incredibly goofy movie. Don't get me wrong, it's a bad movie. But it's so bad that it's unintentionally funny! Not Plan 9 or Reefer Madness so bad/funny, but so bad it's funny on it's own right. Even the English dub was bad you'll burst out laughing!

Doragon bru Z 11: Sp senshi gekiha! Katsu no wa ore da (Dragon Ball Z: Bio-Broly)

It's not a movie people. It's a filler episode of DBZ.

Doragon bru Z 6: Gekitotsu! Hyakuoku pow no senshitachi (Dragon Ball Z: Return of Cooler)

It's not a movie people. It's a filler episode of DBZ.

The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl in 3-D

Terrible! The worst of Rodriquez's bad kids movies! I'm convinced that he doesn't know how to make a family film without insulting the audience's attention!

Spy Kids
Spy Kids(2001)

I never liked this movie at all. But I find it odd that Robert Rodriquez's crappy movies are family movies and yet only good movies are rated R action movies. Imagine Quintin Tarantino making something similar to this.

Scary Movie 4

Still not convinced that anything from this movie series is funny.

Scary Movie 3

I'm still not convinced that the Scary Movie series are funny, but at least with the other two movies at least it was making fun of the horror genre rather than parodying other movies like Matrix and 8 Mile. The only thing I liked in this movie is Leslie Nielsen being that clueless president because the guy is known to play characters unintentionally causing havoc due to being absent-minded. But even then that's not enough to save this movie.

Scary Movie 2

I honestly thought this was a little bit funnier than the first movie, but not much to say it's even good.

Scary Movie
Scary Movie(2000)

I honestly thought this movie wasn't that funny to begin with.

Titanic 2
Titanic 2(2010)

Man, no wonder why the studio that made this schlocky crap is called "Asylum" because their movies drive you into the lowest point of insanity! This makes every movie made by Ed Wood and Tommy Wiseau's the Room look like every movie made by Alfred Hitchcock and Orson Welles' Citizen Kane!

Django Unchained

Awesome movie! The best I've seen from Tarantino and the best movie I've seen in a long time!


Admittedly it's not the funniest movie ever made, but I do get a chuckle or two everytime I see it.

Les Aventures de Pinocchio

Eh, I didn't care for this at all.

National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation

Now that's how you do a sequel right! Instead of a going on a road trip like in the first two movies, this one sets in the Griswold's house where even at home when you want it perfect for Christmas, anything can go wrong!

National Lampoon's European Vacation

While I do like it, it's not as good as the first movie. Sure it's different than the last one like going to Europe and it does have some funny jokes, but the jokes are hit and miss.

An American Tail - Fievel Goes West

It's a lesser sequel to An American Tail, but to be fair it's is probably the best of the Don Bluth sequels considering that all the other crappy sequels are direct to home movies.

The Santa Clause

I never liked this at all.


Wow, this movie's pacing moves slower than molasses!

Chipmunk Adventure

Granted, I'm not a fan of Alvin and the Chipmunks, but I'd say meh.


Keep in mind, my criticism to this movie isn't going to be new; it hasn't been said in a long time. Not it's not that it's cutesy that turns me off. I can take that. It's because it's trying to portray hunters (or man as the animals call them in this movie) as evil beings just to make the animals look innocent. The last I checked, animals like deer, rabbits, ect. featured in this movie are considered fair game and they over populate fast. That's why there exists hunting seasons!

If it weren't for that gripe, this movie is just okay. It does portray wildlife as wildlife and the animals move and act like real animals (where in Snow White they looked cartoony). While I don't hate it, I hardly watch it.

Fantasia 2000

There are good things in Fantasia 2000 like the whales, Rhapsody in Blue, and the Firebird Segments that what makes Fantasia a great movie and there are some things that annoyed me like the live action segments featuring celebrities (Steve Martin, Penn & Teller, etc), Donald Duck in Noah's Ark, and the most of all the pink flamingo annoying the other flamingos by playing a yo-yo in tune to Carnival of the Animals. Come on! Carnival of the Animals deserved better than this!

I know Fantasia 2000 was intended as a continuation to Walt Disney's intent of of the original Fantasia was (which is making more animated shorts on the same concept but didn't due to WWII and the mixed reception it received at the time) and it many respects it succeeded as there are some things that are better than other.


Beautifully animated, great characters, unforgettable moments (even if some of them are frighting to this day), and overall heartwarming story! This is the classic example of a good Disney movie!

Plan 9 from Outer Space

Oh yes! That was a bad movie! Everything this movie got wrong from the writing, the acting, the direction, the editing, the lighting, the technical problems, and the sets are hilariously bad! It's so hilariously bad that it tried to get a Bela Lugosi lookalike to play Lugosi's role (right after he died a couple of years before this movie's release). But it's obvious that the double doesn't look like Lugosi due to him covering his face with the cape he wore imitating Dracula, even thought it's cliche as Frankenstein's Monster walking with his arms raised in front of him.

Ed Wood made so many bad films like this that it's hard not to enjoy them for the wrong reasons! This is the best of the worst of his schlocky career!

Citizen Kane
Citizen Kane(1941)

Orson Welles at his best in terms of writing and directing!

Looney Tunes: Back in Action

A bit better than Space Jam, but I'll stick with the classic shorts.

Space Jam
Space Jam(1996)

Obvious sell out of Michael Jordan and the Looney Tunes. If that isn't enough, the movie also had the shameful use of product placement.

Dudley Do-Right

I liked this when I was a kid, but it's not good. The characters (save for Snidely Whiplash) are out of character, the plot is routine, the romance was cliche, and it wasn't sure it was trying to be a funny or serious movie when the cartoon was a parody of melodramas of the early 20th century. While it does have a few funny jokes like Snidely Whiplash convinces Dudley he was hunting for vampires as an excuse for shooting golden bullets in an abandon mine shaft to make money off of prospectors, most of the jokes and gags don't really work as most of it is either outdated slapstick, fart humor, and a reference to Pokemon (you hear right, a Pokemon reference).

Fun With Dick and Jane

Yeah, a married couple robbing banks wearing Bill and Hillary Clinton masks so they'll be rich again is pure comedy gold, if it was actually funny that is.

Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed

Granted, I'm not a fan of anything Scooby Doo related, but this was just as stupid as the first movie.

War of the Worlds

Sorry, but I can't stand Dakota Fanning screaming like she's auditioning for a raptor in Jurassic Park. But even if she's tolerable, War of the Worlds is just a tedious alien invasion movie that doesn't add anything new to this tired sub-genre of science fiction. Oh sure it's focused on a dad and two kids (which is different), but they're not important characters comparing to what you normally see in alien invasion movies or end of the world movies (an army or national guard fighting alien forces).

This movie was trying to be deep on life or something like it, but it's buried underneath with the over use of special effects, people acting like idiots, the lack of suspense, Dakota Fanning the Velociraptor, and overall bad writing.

The Country Bears

The only good thing in this movie is Christopher Walken playing the evil banker. I mean if you give him a script so bad, he'll work around it by saying his lines awkwardly and somehow it comes back to being so bad that it's hilarious!

Other than that, the movie's crap. Of all the rides Disney could make a movie out of other than Pirates of the Caribbean and Haunted Mansion (I still want that reboot damn it), why did they choose a animatronic show about singing bears playing country music not a majority goes to nowadays? While we're at it, why not make a movie about the Carrousel of Progress, the People Mover, or Lester's Possum Park?

The Powerpuff Girls - The Movie

If it had been a TV movie, I'd say it's decent. So why did they release it in theaters is beyond me.

Brother Bear
Brother Bear(2003)

Not good, but not terrible either.

The Secret of the Hunchback

All I remembered from this is the end where Quasimodo falls from Notre Dame, grows angel like wings and flies away. Yep, even as a kid I've felt that was retarded.

Song of the South

Meh, I find this a lackluster. The animation isn't anything special and the live action scenes looked like they were filmed in the early 1930s if it was shot in color rather than the mid to late 1940s. Sure there are a couple of scenes where the animated character interact with the live action actors, but Roger Rabbit did it better in my opinion. The only thing worth remembering from this is the song "Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah" and that's because this song is been heavily used in other Disney medium second to "When You Wish Upon A Star".


While I don't think it's one of my favorite movies, I give it credit for giving inspiration in the Sci-fi genre.

Home Alone 4
Home Alone 4(2002)

Oh look, another Home Alone movie only this time it's a TV movie. Even if John Hughes wrote this, it still would have sucked. But hey, maybe this time this is the last movie in the series!

Home Alone 3
Home Alone 3(1997)

I'm sorry, but this has nothing to do with the previous two movies! I guess the reason why they went with that direction is because Macaulay Culkin hit puberty (and his career went downhill with sub par or bad movies), but at least try to make this different direction good. I don't know what went wrong with John Hughes after he wrote and directed some good movies like Ferris Bueller's DayOff, The Breakfast Club, and the National Lampoon Vacation movies! It makes me wonder how did he end up with a bad streak of bad movies in the 90s?

About the movie itself, it's a bland family comedy with a bland kid character fending off the neighborhood against goofy and yet bland secret agents with unfunny jokes, boring slapstick, and an annoying parrot. But hey, at least this is the last movie in the Home Alone series.

Home Alone 2: Lost in New York

While the first Home Alone movie had a ungrateful & yet likable kid
as the main protagonist fending his home from burglars, this sequel has the same kid acting like an asshole in front of his family before getting lost in New York. I mean he back talks his mom, used his Dad's credit card to get what he wants, punches his older brother over a harmless prank, and other evil things to most of the peopel he meets (save for the toy store owner and the pigeon lady)! hell, I even felt sorry for the bad guys from the first movie (granted, they were planning to rob a toy store) because that kid set traps in an abandoned apartment building, almost up to a point of killing them! I repeat, KILLING THEM!

If it werent for what I've stressed about Kevin being an evil dick in this movie, I would have called this an okay sequel. I mean it's the same movie only this time set in New York City. But hey,at least this is the only sequel to the first movie, right? Right? .....

Home Alone
Home Alone(1990)

Say what you want, I say it's a decent family movie and a decent Christmas movie.

Deuce Bigalow: European Gigolo

Unfunny sex jokes, unfunny drug humor, and overall unfunny movie.

Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo

Rob Schneider's a douche in every movie he stars in. That's all.

Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery

A comedy take takes a man from a time period to a modern world (at least in the late 90s). It makes me laugh every time I see it!

Wayne's World 2

Not as good as the first one, but it could be worse.

Kung Pow! Enter the Fist

It's stupid, tongue & cheek, and campy. Those are my reasons why this movie's funny. This movie is meant to make fun of 1970s kung fu movies poorly dubbed in English. I don't think many people like this for the reasons I've mention and I can see why.

Jimmy Neutron - Boy Genius

I find this a decent family film and a decent pilot for a decent TV series.

Bebe's Kids
Bebe's Kids(1992)

Eh, I've seen worse.


Granted, I'm not a fan of anything Scooby Doo related, but I still think this movie sucks regardless.

Nutty Professor II: The Klumps

I don't get why a remake to a comedy classic needed a sequel. Man did it have a lot of toilet humor, sex jokes, and unfunny skits that distracts the audience from the unneeded forgettable story. You can set the same toilet humor, sex jokes, and unfunny skits in a different movie and I guarantee it will still be unfunny!

The Nutty Professor

I like this movie, but I don't care this enough to call it a classic comparing to the Jerry Lewis version. I think that has to do with the distracting humor from the Klumps with nothing but farting. Other than that, I think it's okay.

The Nutty Professor

I'm not a fan of Jerry Lewis, but I think this movie's one of his best work!

The Goonies
The Goonies(1985)

Love this movie as a kid and I still love it as an adult!

The Adventures of Tintin

I've been a fan of Tintin when I was a kid because I always see the series as an Indiana Jones for kids. While I don't think this movie's a masterpiece, it's still a fun action adventure flick. It captures the spirit of the comics written and illustrated by Herge.

The Last Airbender

Granted, M. Night Shyama-la-na-ding-dong is not the filmmaker I care for. After all, his gimmicks are his nonsensical plot twists that don't add up. This movie on the other hand doesn't have that because this was based on a popular animated series on Nickelodeon and man was it bad! This has got to be one of the most plotless movies I have ever seen in my life! The story's rushed, the characters are lifeless, the special effects are bad, and the elements in this movie don't make any lick of sense to anyone who haven't seen the show and to those who are fans!

I don't know how this was green lighted in the first place! I guess the producers wanted Shyma-la-na-ding-dong to write and direct this because he made somewhat decent movies, though he also made bad ones too. Who cares? The movie tanked and Shyma-la-na-ding-dong's making another movie involving more nonsensical plot twists that don't add up to the movie.

The Sixth Sense

I'm pretty sure people were scared by this (and at some parts I was), but to me this movie's a bit overrated.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Movie

Is it perfect? Not really. However I still like it because it's a fun action film with a serious tone and some awesome fight scenes!

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 2

While Part 1 was about characters doing nothing, Part 2 was all about fighting and that's about it. Though I find myself laughing on how silly the final battle was between Harry and Voldemort when they were facing each other (literally).

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 1

I find this one the most boring entry to the series. I mean nothing happens at all when the characters are camping in the woods!

Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince

There are good things in this movie like Voldemort's back story, but it's a mixed bag.

Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix

Not my favorite and I hardly watch it, but overall I still find it enjoyable.

Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire

Not my favorite, but still enjoyable.

Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets

Probably my favorite in the Harry Potter movie series!

Pee-wee's Big Adventure

It's a incredibly weird movie, but I like it!

Spider-Man 3
Spider-Man 3(2007)

Crap. Just pure crap. The characters are dumber than before, the jokes are unfunny, the writing was contrived, and there are too many plot points to follow! There are too many things to list what went wrong with this movie and most of it has already been talked about!

However I'm willing to let it go because we already have a reboot of this movie series (Thanks Amazing Spider-Man).

Spider-Man 2
Spider-Man 2(2004)

The best in the Sam Raimi Spider-Man trilogy. Granted it suffers the same problems of unfunny humor, contrived writing, and stupid characters doing stupid things, but not as much as the third one. I will give it credit for having effort put to the story.


I liked it the first time I saw it, but yeah... It hasn't aged well after seeing it again.

Rise of the Guardians

Wow, I was surprised by this one! It has an interesting story, creative visuals, and awesome characters! While I don't think it's a perfect movies, I mean there are some parts that need to be rewritten or at least focused more like Jack Frost's back story (which they did, but I want to see a bit more. But for what it is, it's a fun family film.I'm glad I saw it when I did in theaters and I hope to see it again soon.

Over the Hedge

I didn't find this movie funny or witty, but that's just me.

Bee Movie
Bee Movie(2007)

I view Dreamworks animation output to be either hit and miss. This was a miss. While it has some creative visuals and some funny jokes, I just didn't care about the rest of the movie.

Bartok the Magnificent

Seeing that most of the crappy direct to home sequels based on animated movies (Disney or not), this would have come out as no surprise. But this was directed by Don Bluth! I mean really? I know he hadn't made good movies in the 90s, but come on! I've seen him do better even at some of his worst!

Grave of the Fireflies (Hotaru no haka)

I know people love this movie to death, but as for me I thought it was okay.

Ace Ventura - When Nature Calls

It's less funnier than the first one, but I don't see any harm of watching it.

Ace Ventura: Pet Detective

I admit it's not the funniest movie ever made, but I get a few laughs every time I see it.

Are We There Yet?

I just didn't think it was funny.

Garfield - The Movie

I was bored by this when I saw it in theaters. But what I don't get is that while Garfield was complete CGI and yet the rest of the animals are real. It just makes your effect stick out like a sore thumb when you make it live action.


While I do sort of like it, it's not good. You're better off watching the classic cartoons or read the comic strip this movie was based on.

George of the Jungle

Do most of the jokes in this movie work? Not really. It's full of bad puns, recurring jokes, and it's self aware that it's silly just like the show it was based on. But if you do enjoy any of those things like I do, then you know what to expect.

Winnie the Pooh

My biggest gripe with the movie is the run time. This thing runs less than an hour than most Disney movies released in theaters (this was in their animation feature canon). But to be honest that's more of a nitpick than an actual problem. What the production team put together they at least had effort. While I don't see myself watching it often, at the same time I've felt my time wasn't wasted.


While not my favorite, I still enjoy it. The film's biggest strength is the animation. The computer animation looked like a 2D animated film by the environment and the characters. Everything else seemed okay.

The Princess and the Frog

While not my favorite in the Disney Animation canon, I still enjoy it for what it is. It has good characters, catchy songs, and beautiful animation.

Star Trek
Star Trek(2009)

For a reboot to the original franchise, this movie's decent.

Gremlins 2: The New Batch

I've seen worse sequels to awesome movies than this one. I'll give this a pass for making fun of itself.


Great popcorn movie with a mixture of suspense and dark comedy!

The Master of Disguise

Wow... I mean WOW! That was a chore to sit through! There wasn't any effort put to it! There wasn't any effort in the writing! There wasn't any effort in the jokes! There wasn't any effort to bring any depth in any character! All this movie is nothing but toilet humor, out of place references to movies like Jaws and Scarface kids most likely won't watch (as this movie was attended as a family film), and characters dicking around for eighty minutes! This movie was a waste of my time!

The Turtle joke sucked too!

The Rugrats Movie

I have to be honest, I liked it when it first came out. But that doesn't mean I think this movie is good. I think this is where Rugrats jumped the shark when introducing Tommy's younger brother, Dil, and since then, the series went downhill from here. But at the same time, I don't think this movie has any bad morals or messages I can think of. Kids might like it, but adults would have a hard time watching it.

Hey Arnold! The Movie

I like Hey Arnold, but I've felt this could have worked as a TV movie or a special rather than a theatrical release.

Mr. Magoo
Mr. Magoo(1997)

Mr. Magoo may not be my favorite cartoon, but it's leaps and bounds ahead of this idiotic movie!

Nausica of the Valley of the Wind (Kaze no tani no Naushika)

This movie's okay. But I suggest on reading the Manga.


This movie was cruel, mean spirited, and over the top! I feel bad for the title character for the way she treated by her peers and her nutty religious mother! I know kids can be cruel to each other, but good lord!

The Road to El Dorado

While I admit it's not that great of a movie, I still enjoy it as I did as a kid.

Snow White and the Three Stooges

This movie has less to do with the Stooges (they're not even the focus of the movie) and more to do with Snow White. It barely had any slapstick, puns, or anything what made the Three Stooges funny. Hell, even Moe Howard said it was a mistake to make this thing. It's not abysmal, but at the same time i don't think it's even good. If you're a fan of the Three Stooges and you're expecting to get some laughs, don't bother watching this.

Delta Farce
Delta Farce(2007)

Another movie starring Larry the Cable Guy that sucked. It's not a real comedy so I can safely say that nobody thought it was funny. Also just because the poster was parodying Full Metal Jacket doesn't mean it's funny.


This is a movie, right? Well what can I say? Unfunny jokes, an idiotic script, and characters nobody gives any crap about. The sad thing is that the idea of a cartoonist being trapped in a surreal world similar to Beetlejuice while in a coma sounds interesting, but how this ended up being a mess I would never know.

The Mummy
The Mummy(1999)

This movie was okay.

Larry the Cable Guy: Health Inspector

Let's face facts people; this is living proof that Larry the Cable Guy (a comedian I don't think is funny to begin with) can't star in a good movie.

Doug's 1st Movie

Okay folks, I like Nickelodeon's Doug; not Disney's Doug as this movie was based on. But that's not the reason why I think this movie sucked. I just think it was a three part episode turned into a movie with a plot (about a kid hiding a pet monster) we seen in other movies before and after this.

Hoshi o ou kodomo (Journey to Agartha) (Children Who Chase Lost Voices)

There are a few hiccups in this movie, but for what it is I liked it. It has some creative visuals, some good characters (save for the main protagonist which I've felt it wasn't focused on her enough for me to care), and has a great theme of life and death. However in order for this movie to work perfectly, it could have told a simpler story or just make it like similar to Pan's Labyrinth and end it tragically (which they did, but nobody dies). But that's just me. What works well works unbelievably well.

Uptown Girls
Uptown Girls(2003)

It's not the worst movie I have ever seen in my life, but it's still a bad one and a waste of my time. The characters are lifeless and the writing makes George Lucas look like Guillermo del Toro.

Star Wars: Holiday Special

This thing was so bad that even George Lucas (despite he was okay with Jar Jar Binks existing) himself was a shame of himself of producing it!

Batman: Under the Red Hood

For a direct to DVD movie, this was pretty good! The writing was brilliant, the action was good, the animation & visuals looked similar to Batman: the Animated Series, and the voice acting was spot on!


I can see why some people may not like this, but I still like it. It was trying to do something different similar to what most of DreamWorks does with their output; telling a super hero/ underdog story (set in Greek Mythology) as a straight forward comedy using modern day and pop culture references. Admittedly the humor's hit & miss and the main protagonist is a bland doofus, but everything seemed fine.


Even as a kid I thought this movie was boring. No it's not because it was based on a historical event (although most was in this movie was made up) which is odd even for an animated film form Disney. It's that it has forgettable characters, a tired story of "who's the savage", and overall it didn't feel adult despite of having an adult visual style. I put it at the bottom of the Disney animated films I watch.

The Adventures of the American Rabbit

Saw it on Netflix out of curiosity and didn't like it. This movie didn't make a lick of sense, especially the American Rabbit powers came out of nowhere. I know this was made for little kids, but at least try to make some sense to a movie about a super hero rabbit! Hell, Bugs Bunny as Super Rabbit made more sense than this!

Die Abenteuer von Pico und Columbus (The Magic Voyage)

When I was a kid, I liked it. Why did I? The hell should I know? I didn't remember a single thing about it until I saw it years later! What was I thinking?!

Dragon Ball: Mystical Adventure (Doragon bru: Makafushigi dai bken)

This is the best of the retelling movie of the original Dragon Ball saga. While the previous two movies tried to tell an original story and doesn't work: this one combined the World Martial Arts Saga, the Red Ribbon Saga, and the Tien Saga, albeit loosely. There still some problems like the previous two like they turned Chiaotzu into a Emperor (I think it's kind of dumb) and they put Arale from Dr. Slump out of nowhere (I know she appears in the Red Ribbon Saga, but they could have removed her from the movie), but everything else seemed okay. It's action packed, fast paced, and does have one or two funny moments. While I do like it, I'm going to rule this movie as okay.

Dragon Ball - Sleeping Princess in Devil's Castle

Another movie that retells parts of Dragon Ball while adding an original plot to this. I understand the previous movie that did that, but this one was retelling a chapter of the Manga (which is about Goku and Krillin finding a girl for Master Roshi) which is not important to the original story. But with that said, it's just another meh movie.

Doragon bru: Shenron no densetsu (Dragon Ball: Curse of the Blood Rubies) (Dragon Ball: The Legend)

I like the Dragon Ball series, but I never cared for any of the movies Toei Animation did. While the DBZ movies feel like filler episodes of the DBZ, the Dragon Ball movies tried to retell the first half of the series (when Goku was a kid) loosely. But I think that's a problem in most anime movies based on popular shonen manga series like this one.

This one tried to retell Goku's first adventure while adding a new plot to this, but honestly I don't care about the Blood Rubies plot at all. If you removed the Blood Rubies and replaced them with anything else, you get the same movie. Half of the characters in the movie are pre-established from the manga while the other half might as well be in another movie. I also don't remember the villain or his plan.

While I don't think is terrible or horrendously bad, I just don't think it's good. I might give this a skip.

Robin Hood
Robin Hood(1973)

I think this movie's good for what it is. Does it have flaws? Yeah, I'm not going to deny it. Disney made better movies before and after this one so I can see why people might not like it. For what it is, I liked it as a kid as I do now.

Shark Tale
Shark Tale(2004)

Oh Dreamworks, what were you thinking when making this awful mess? The jokes didn't work, the characters are jerks (especially Will Smith's character), and it seemed a little to adult for a kids movie. Okay, there's nothing wrong with adding humor for adults to get, but there has to be a balance!

Toy Story 3
Toy Story 3(2010)

A satisfying conclusion to a great family film trilogy!

Toy Story 2
Toy Story 2(1999)

I love this movie just as I do with the first one!

A Bug's Life
A Bug's Life(1998)

I liked this movie as a kid, but I don't like it as much now as an adult. I don't think of it being terrible as it as some funny moments and a good soundtrack, but I feel the movie is okay.


I've felt this movie is okay. I like the landscape and the designs of the cars, but that's all this movie is about. I don't hate this movie, is that after Incredibles you'd think Pixar would make more movies about human characters opposed to objects.

Inspector Gadget 2

As if the first movie was bad enough, Disney and DiC made a direct-to-home sequel. While it's closer to the cartoon it's based on (like Gadget is bumbling, Penny solving cases, Claw's face is not shown, etc), it's still horrid to sit through. I honestly think it's a bad idea to make a live action movie based on a cartoon I don't think kids watch today.

Inspector Gadget

Oh good lord! Why did I like this as a kid?!

Dr. Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas

I prefer watching the Chuck Jones version of the Grinch than Ron Howard's version, but I don't think it's as bad what most people make it out to be. It's tolerable than Mike Myers as the Cat in the Hat.

The Lord of the Rings

I don't think it's an horrible movie, though not great one either. There are more misses than there are hits with this, especially when it tried telling two stories in one film. I think the film's biggest weakness is it's use of rotoscope animation. It never look right, especially on how the Orcs look more like they're photographed than hand drawn. But hey, at least Bakshi said years later that he overused rotoscope oppose to using the technique as a guide.

I think LOTR fans probably hated this version and I kinda see why. I'm going to call this an okay movie. It's not bad, but it's barely good.

Les Misrables

I was blown away by the music!

Who Framed Roger Rabbit

Another animated classic I grew up as a kid that holds up today with it's mixture of animation and live action!

The Adventures of Rocky & Bullwinkle

Okay, this movie's not god, but I don't think it was meant to be good to begin with. Just like the show, it's full of bad puns and self-referential humor. I give it credit for trying to be true to it's original cartoon unlike most movies based on cartoons that do it differently. I kinda like it, but I hardly watch it.

Yu-Gi-Oh!: The Movie

Ah yes, YuGiOh the Movie, one of the most generally crappy movies to ever be based on an anime that is mediocre to begin with. I don't think I hate it as much as I wanted to because I'm not a fan of the show anyway. It's obviously a 90 minute commercial for the trading cards much like how the Pokemon movies are for whatever merchandise they sell.

This movie isn't for anybody who never saw the show or haven't liked it to begin with and I'm not certain fans would like it or not. I don't know. This movie's not for me anyway.

Toy Story
Toy Story(1995)

The film that changed the film industry to not only animation, but how films are made!

Planet of the Apes

A science fiction film that doesn't need to have gigantic spaceships, big explosions, or robots taking over the world to be a classic!

It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World

A classic comedy I continue to watch over and over again! Even though it has a cast of comedians at the time the film was made like Dick Shawn, Don Knotts, and the Three Stooges (though those knuckleheads only appeared in a cameo), I still feel that the film's timeless as after all it is about greed and everyman for himself.


I like this movie since it's heartwarming, emotional, funny, and genuine.


Ugh, this movie! I still don't know how Eddie Murphy continues to keep his acting career when he's reduced to shit like this! But strangely this is the worst movie starring him. As bad as Meet Dave and A Thousand Words are, at least they're harmless. This movie's depressingly horrible with racial stereotypes, terrible jokes, and a bullshit story!

The characters are unlikable assholes, not even the title character is likable. He's probably the most uninteresting of all since he's been treated like shit and controlled all his life by the people he knows since day one. The only thing I can feel for him is pity. Every other character might as well be either evil or stupid since this movie rarely has a good character or at least one that isn't bland.

I feel dirty of watching this travesty and the film deserved those Golden Raspberry Awards for the things I've mentioned above.. It is one of the worst comedies I've seen in my life and one of the worst movies I've ever seen in my life!

Batman: The Movie

It's campy, very silly, and doesn't take itself seriously at all. That's why I like this movie!

Batman Returns

I think this movie is more about the villains than it is about Batman, which isn't good. The reason I said that, not because it should be about Batman, but because the villains really don't do anything other than random stuff. At most of the time I don't know where this movie's going which leave me scratching my head. It is as plotless as a video game you can't play and that's the only thing I can compare this movie to.


While I don't think it as good of a movie it was in 1989, I give it credit for being a serious Batman movie and a demand for superhero comic books since.

The Lost World - Jurassic Park

I don't think it's as bad what people are making out to be, but I consider it as an average sequel. It's Jurassic Park without the Playing with God concept.

My Neighbor Totoro

Okay, a movie about two girls befriending a trio of monsters in a setting of a countryside doesn't sound as exciting as most animated films made for children like Disney or... well Disney. But why should it? The movie doesn't need to have catchy songs (okay, there's one at the end), villains, or a big journey to find something.

Heck, the movie's biggest strength is its moments like Mei discovering the Totoros the first time, the Catbus running through the forest, and the moonlight flight which in my opinion one of Miyazaki's finest scenes. This movie is so gentle and so... nice that it doesn't insult neither child nor adult watching it.

I know not anybody would have the patience to sit down and watch something like this, especially when it doesn't really have a three act structure like most movies. But it wouldn't hurt to give it a shot.

The Wizard of Oz

Yeah, we all know this movie logically doesn't make any sense at all. But does it really matter? The answer is obviously no. The Wizard of Oz has some of the best music, best effects for the time it was made, and some of the best emotional moments ever made in history. Though countless remakes, semi-sequels, and prequels have been made, whenever version of Wizard of Oz most people remember is this one. IIt still holds up today as a cinematic classic.

The Prince of Egypt

This animated family film is has got some great music, complex characters, and outstanding visuals!


The first of Dreamworks animation output and man is this one good!

Shrek Forever After

A bit better than Shrek the Third, but it did feel like a rehash of the first movie. While I won't be watching this often, at least it the series didn't end horribly.

Shrek the Third

Ugh, this movie! You think after the second one this would be good, but no! This sucked! I can't even remember one joke in this movie, I didn't like Artie, and this movie seemed more adult than the other movies that you feel bad watching it! I don't know what went wrong with this, but boy howdie did it stink!

Shrek 2
Shrek 2(2004)

Normally sequels to a movie would suck, but this didn't! In my opinion this was just as funny as the first movie!


This movie's funny and gives us a satirical view of pop culture with a fairy tale setting!

Jurassic Park

Just a fun action adventure flick with a message about Playing God.

The Haunted Mansion

I have to admit, it's a guilty pleasure of watching this bad movie! I can't wait for Guillermo del Toro's version to come out!

Jaws: The Revenge

What am I supposed to say about it? It's just another unneeded sequel to one of my favorite movies of all time. Everything sucked and the climatic scene was confusing as hell! I couldn't tell if the shark blew up after it got stabbed by the boat or it was blown up after it kept getting shocked. I don't know. I gave up after the shitty banter and the godawful writing! Also move the stupid family away from the stupid water!

Jaws 3
Jaws 3(1983)

Okay even if this movie was set in Sea World, how the hell did a salt water great white shark manage to get to Orlando when the city itself is in the middle of Florida?! Sea World Orlando is next to Walt Disney World a few miles away and not even near the goddamn ocean! Even if I were to let this slide, this movie is another unneeded sequel to one of my favorite movies of all time!

Jaws 2
Jaws 2(1978)

An average sequel to one of my favorite movies of all time. It least the climax was awesome though.


Here's the plot in a nutshell: A boat sinks. The end!

Okay here's my real thoughts about the movie. It's just a cliche teeny-bopper romance movie set on the backdrop of the Titanic that isn't focused on what happened on the damn ship! I didn't care for this as a kid and I still don't care for it now!

Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children

The visuals are nice, the soundtrack's awesome, and the fight scenes kick ass! The story on the other hand seemed rushed, not much character development from the per-established Final Fantasy VII game, and overall it was some way to see a fight between Cloud and Sephiroth which now the idea of that has grown stale as we see it from any other FF spinoff (Kingdom Hearts II anybody). Overall the movie's just okay.

The Little Mermaid

A good start to what would be later known as the Disney Renaissance! I use to not like this movie, but after watching it again I gain a new respect for the film for it's return to the classic animation Disney's known for as well having it in musical form! Without this movie, I don't think Disney would had paid any attention to their animation department like they do now!


To be fair, it's better than what Don Bluth made prior to this.

The Pebble and the Penguin

Honestly I don't think it's as bad as Bluth's other bad movies, though there are better children's movies out there.


This movie was an uninspiring Disney knock-off that even I couldn't believe that years later I found that Don Bluth made this! Oh Mr. Bluth, how did you sink this low?


This is Don Bluth's weirdest movie he ever made. I honestly don't know how I feel about it. At one hand I like weird movies and that's not to say that Bluth hasn't made strange stuff before this (Dragon's Lair II). At the other hand none of the weird stuff adds up and it's there for the sake of being there with a plot that's all over the place. It's not Bluth's worst movie, but it's simply not good.

All Dogs Go To Heaven

To be fair, this movie's alright. I understand why most audiences wouldn't like this due to it's extremely dark nature for a kid's movie and religious preaching. I take it for what it is and leave it to that.

The Land Before Time

Another movie I grew up with and the first one I've seen directed by Don Bluth!

An American Tail

A good movie. Not my favorite of Don Bluth's filmography (well at least his good movies), but I still watch it along with NIMH and Land Before Time.

Titan A.E.
Titan A.E.(2000)

I think this movie is good for what it is. Not great, but better than the Star Wars Prequels.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Turtles Forever

A retrospective movie of TMNT done right!

Clash of the Titans

A fun adventure film that tells a Greek mythological story with a great mixture of live action and stop motion animation by the great Ray Harryhausen! I watched this many many times and I will watch many more!


I am not the biggest fan of Ralph Baksh, but I think this movie is alright. It has an interesting premise and a dark atmosphere, but I felt the story was flat and the characters aren't very interesting.

Princess Mononoke (Mononoke-hime)

Kiki's Delivery Service may be my favorite Miyazaki film, Princess Mononoke is Miyazaki's best!

Home on the Range

Whoever thought this was a good idea for a movie deserved to get fired! This movie contradicts every thing the Disney Studios stood for was to appeal to anybody, not just kids!

Gedo senki (Tales from Earthsea)

Hands down the worst in Studio Ghibli's library! I have a lot to say about this piece of shit, but that is reserved for a very long and detailed review.

Spirited Away

I think I'm one of the only fans of Studio Ghibli that watches this movie less than the others. With that said every time I watch it I enjoy the visuals and the moments this movie brings out. I think that's something that can be appreciated when watching Spirited Away.

The Dark Knight Rises

The weakest in the Dark Knight Trilogy, but it couldn't ended any worse. I still think it's watchable.

The Dark Knight

Like Empire Strikes Back, this is the best in the Dark Knight Trilogy! Okay, it does have some flaws here and there, but it's still an overall good movie!

Batman Begins

A good start of the Dark Knight Trilogy and made reboots to superhero movies possible!

Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within

I would say this is far from the Final Fantasy series, but really what is there to complain about? With the exception of a few elements, none of the Final Fantasy games ever connect and told a different story set in a different world with different characters. But with that said this movie still isn't good. There was barely any plot, the characters are wooden, and it rarely made any sense.

Howl's Moving Castle

I think this is Miyazaki's weakest film to date. I don't hate it, it's just that I don't think it's as good as Mononoke or Castle in the Sky.


This movie is kinda corny and half of the things in this movie hasn't aged well. But I still like it regardless because I grew up with it. Sue me!

Ghostbusters (1984 Original)

Ghostbusters has great comedy and great characters!


A horror comedy I continue to watch over and over again!

Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan

A movie that even a non-Trekie could sit down and watch!

The Black Cauldron

While I like the dark visuals and atmosphere this movie brought, I wish more can be added in this like character development and a interesting story. Sure the stakes are high, but it's not there.


I think most of the movie still holds up today as it was first released!

The Lion King

I don't think this movie's that great, but I appreciate it for the scope and the animation.

Dr. Seuss' The Cat in the Hat

I'm surprised that anybody kept their careers after this movie tanked!

The Spongebob Squarepants Movie

I take it for what it is, a entertainingly silly movie that knows it is one. After that, the series got weirder and weirder....


Just an okay film.

A Goofy Movie

Another animated movie I grew up with when I was a kid! Okay it's nothing comparing to the Disney animation feature canon like Snow White or Aladdin, but it doesn't have to. I still enjoy it regardless and it does have one or two scenes that makes me laugh every time I watch it.

2001: A Space Odyssey

Other than the HAL segment which was done very well, the movie's okay.


One hell of a funny movie!

National Lampoon's Vacation

A funny comedy that centers on a family vacation!

Dragon Ball - The Path to Power

To be fair, the movie's okay. My problem is the plot is rushed when it was trying to adapt some parts of the begining of the Manga and the Red Ribbon Saga. I'd say it's leaps and bounds ahead of Dragonball Evolution.

Pulp Fiction
Pulp Fiction(1994)

A plain awesome movie!

La Leyenda De La Llorona

My god what a hilariously bad movie! Everything this movie got wrong went right!

Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides

A bit better than At World's End, but that's not saying much.

Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest

To be fair, it's the least bad of the Pirates sequels.

Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl

A fun action adventure film surprisingly made very well from Disney!

The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey

The nicest thing I will say to this movie is that when it does follow the book, it does it very well. It makes me wonder why is being made into a three part movie when the Hobbit is just one book. Seriously, WTF?!

Star Wars: The Clone Wars

There's no need to turn a TV pilot into a theatrical film! Lucas, you suck!

Star Wars: Episode VI - Return of the Jedi

A great ending to a great movie franchise!

Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back

Do not make a sequel to a great film unless it's this one!

Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope

What is there to say about this movie what hasn't been said already? This movie rocks and a great start to a great movie franchise!

Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith

Probably the least bad of the Star Wars Prequel Trilogy, but still not good.

Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones

I can't even tell whether nor not is worse, Phantom Menace or this one?

Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace

What is there to say about this movie what hasn't been said already? This movie sucks! The End!


Mulan is just an okay movie. Although I do appreciate the overall look of the movie.

Aqua Teen Hunger Force Colon Movie Film for Theaters

I know it's not a good movie, but I enjoy it regardless. I think it's a big mistake to release it in theaters though.

Pokemon the First Movie - Mewtwo vs. Mew

I used to like this movie when I was a kid. I guess the reason is that I liked the anime (which also hasn't really aged well either) the movie was based on and I didn't care whether or not it appeals to anybody other than fans. Boy did my views change!

Air Bud
Air Bud(1997)

I didn't care for this when I was a kid and I still don't care for it now.

Raiders of the Lost Ark

Great action and adventure flick! The best in the Indiana Jones series!

Wreck-it Ralph

Hands down not only Disney's best in years but also the best video game movie ever made!

Sleeping Beauty

While the Princess story has been done with Snow White and Cinderella before this, the movie's strongest aspects are the three fairies, the villain, and the animation. God, the animation is beautiful!

Peter Pan
Peter Pan(1953)

A childhood favorite of mine!

Treasure Planet

I legitimately think this movie's good for the most part, though I wish Disney would go all out and make it Treasure Island instead of setting it in space.

Lilo & Stitch

This movie's okay for my taste, but I do see why people like it. I like the backgrounds though.

The Emperor's New Groove

I liked this as a kid and I still like it as an adult! Easily one of Disney's funniest movies!


While I like this (sue me), I do see why some people may not.

Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter

You can not title something that sounds tongue & cheek and make this a serious movie!

Superhero Movie

As much as this movie was like any other spoof movie made like the Scary Movie franchise, at least it wasn't written by Setzer & Friedberg.

Johnson Family Vacation

Is this movie trying way to hard to ripoff National Lampoon's Vacation?

The Haunted World of El Superbeasto

I don't care what anybody says, this movie is funny! I guess I like some movies that are crude for the sake of it!

Wayne's World

Excellent! One of Mike Myers' best works! It's a shame after this and Austin Powers he reduced to unfunny material.

The Hunchback of Notre Dame II

Okay I like the first movie as much as the next guy, but did they really need to make a sequel? I'm confused.


Really? One of Doug Waker's Setzer & Friedberg-esc videos gets a Rotten Tomatoes page? I'm not going to waste my time with this. It's not a real movie. Nobody thinks they're funny. Even when you do, you don't.


I think this is Brad Bird's weakest film he made and it's one I put on the bottom of the list of the Pixar films I watch. But I still think it's at least watchable.

The Blair Witch Project

Nothing but a bunch of idiots recording themselves running and screaming in the middle of the woods. I don't care if it started a new genre in film making, it still doesn't excuse the fact it's just retards screaming in the woods.

Kill Bill: Volume 1

While I don't honestly care for this movie and the film following after, I can see why there's an audience for Kill Bill.


Just a fun superhero flick!

The Three Stooges

I don't think the movie's great, but I give it a pass for paying homage to the old classic shorts and to have Moe eye poke one of the cast members of the Jersey Shore.

The Amazing Spider-Man

The movie is what the title says; Amazing!

The Secret World of Arrietty

Not my favorite from Studio Ghibli, but a step up to that godawful Tales from Earthsea.

The Iron Giant

I liked this movie as a kid and I still like it today!

Castle in the Sky

A fun adventure film that only Miyazaki could imagine!

The Hunchback of Notre Dame

Arguably one of Disney's darkest films, especially an animated one!

The Room
The Room(2003)

This movie is not a "So bad it's good" flick. This movie is just random awkward shit happening. Also if this is supposed to be a black comedy then It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World is a crime drama!

The Secret of NIMH

Don Bluth's best feature film!

A Christmas Story

Classic Christmas movie I watch every year!

Alice in Wonderland

This movie had colors, neat visuals, and that's all I have to say.

Dragonball Evolution

One of the worst movies ever made and a slap to the face of the Dragon Ball franchise!

Iron Man 2
Iron Man 2(2010)

This movie sucked!

Iron Man
Iron Man(2008)

While I can't say it's a great movie, but I enjoyed for what it is!

The Incredibles

Awesome movie from Pixar!

Kiki's Delivery Service

One of Hayao Miyazaki's best films along with Totoro, Princess Mononoke, and Castle in the Sky


A great start of Steven Spielberg's movie career!