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Movie Ratings and Reviews

Hardcore Henry

An hour and a half of pure adrenaline, non-stop, gory as hell action, which truly is enough substance to make Hardcore Henry work. (A-) 8/10

Nocturnal Animals

I had to take a couple days to process this movie. From the opening shot of this film you can already predict on what kind of film "Nocturnal Animals" is going to be. Now a forward warning for people who plan on seeing this movie, this is an extremely hard to watch film. No spoilers of course but the first scene in the movie is a bit hard to watch and some of the people I went to watch the movie wanted to walk out of the theater at that moment. If you don't like watching movies with hard to watch imagery and really tough subject matters, I would not recommend seeing this. But for people who really want to see a pretty much, perfectly directed art-film that will get under your skin, "Nocturnal Animals" is a must see. I like to describe this movie as a mix of "No Country For Old Men" and "Gone Girl," and surprisingly I found myself enjoying this film just as much as I enjoyed those two films. Right off the bat, all the performances in the film are fantastic. The stand out performances for me was for sure Jake Gyllenhaal (who really needs to be nominated for an Oscar by now), Amy Adams, and surprisingly Aaron Taylor-Johnson, who gave a really convincing performance that was very chilling. But my favorite aspect about this film for sure has to be the direction. This film is suspenseful as hell. And the imagery is beautiful and there isn't a scene in this film where I felt bored even though the film is slow paced. Sometimes slow pace can work and sometimes it can't and in this case it definitely work. I most certainly also have to tell you, that this film is so unique. I'll just say for the sake of no spoilers, that there are two stories within' this movie that each have similar connections that really play off a strong theme in the movie that in the end really makes you think. This film makes you think about hard and terrible events that happen in the world today and they really make you process the themes behind them. Overall guys Nocturnal Animals blew me away. This is by far one of the best movies of the year, it's definitely my favorite mystery, drama of the year, and if you're into powerful, intense thrillers that are artsy but not over the top artsy, I think you'll love Nocturnal Animals like I did. For me, overall, Nocturnal Animals gets a score of 10/10 and a grade of an A+.


A tense and emotional film that pulls off its singular setting throughout the entirety of the film. (A-) 9/10

Shut In
Shut In(2016)

I'm going to be honest here in defense of my own self righteous, that I went to see this movie cause my friends wanted to see it. I skipped my chance to see Arrival for this movie and I wish I had gone and seen that instead cause this film might just be the hugest disaster of 2016 I've seen this year so far. I'll also add, that all my friends after the movie ended, thought the film was a waste of time, boring, and overall immensely stupid. I guess the only positive I have for this movie is that Charlie Heaton's actually tried to act really well in this film but his character just came off as confusing due to an awful script. Also the cinematography in this film was alright and sometimes beautiful, but cinematography is one of those factors that really don't affect my opinion about a movie, if the overall film is layered with negative factors. Naomi Watts' character in this film was so bland and one dimensional. Her character made so many cliche, stupid, horror movie decisions in this movie and had emotions that were conveyed extremely poorly. The movie takes about an hour to actually get semi-interesting since the first hour is pretty much really bad exposition scenes that don't really have anything to do with the revealing plot at all. This movie also relies on something I hate a lot about certain horror movies: "jump scares." I can't stand them. Literally the only scares in this movies are mainly false scares that aren't even remotely scary. Another negative I just have to mention about this film is the twist ending. Of course I won't spoil it, but, it is a laughably bad twist. What I hate the most about this revealing twist is it has nothing to do with the events that have led up to it, it just came out of nowhere. Readers, if you feel like torturing yourself with a film that is extremely boring for the 1st two acts and has extremely bad script writing, go right ahead and watch this "movie", but if you want to save money and time, just skip this movie for sure. I'm going to give this movie a D- and a score of a 1.5/10.

Don't Breathe

I'm not the hugest horror movie buff, but when it comes to horror films like The Shining or Cabin In The Woods just no it incredibly increases my liking of the horror genre. Now rarely today will I find a horror film that I will extremely like or even like at all. It's almost now a 1/3 ratio were I'll actually go into a horror movie and find it to be a decent film. Don't Breathe not only expands a new level of intensity in horror or thriller films, but if it makes enough money it could inspire new waves of actually really good horror movies. Don't Breathe blew me away I was so immersed into this film that I almost felt like I was in the horrible situation that the characters in the film were in. There was so many times were I was on the edge of my seat and even sometimes holding in my own breath when the actors were holding their breaths. The premise of this film isn't very new it's kind of borrowed off of films like Panic Room but I think with horror films like The Conjuring, it's okay to borrow off cliche premises if the film itself is done right.
The two main characters played by Jane Levy and Dylan Minnette have great character development. When a horror movie gives characters good development and likability it just makes the film way better. Cause now that I have these two characters that I actually care about it'll make me care about what will possibly happen too them throughout the runtime of the film. Now Stephen Lang's character I thought was very menacing as this Blind man. He had a great back story and he was a threat to be reckoned with. Also the way the camera focuses or moves around from scene to scene or place to place is done so well that it brings the intensity level to a more even pace. There's even a lot of long shots in this film that kept me on the edge of my seat. Now I do have one complaint with this film and that is about, no spoilers of course, the ending. The ending I think went on for too long it could've cut off at least 15 minutes earlier and the film would've been better. The film just kept dragging on and it felt unnecessary. Also just a heads up if you haven't yet seen the trailer for this film, I recommend not seeing it cause it actually spoils part of the movie. Other than that I had such an amazing time with Don't Breathe and if your a fan of the horror genre, definitely go into it and if you are interested in having a exciting experience at the movies go and see this film. This is easily one of my favorite films this year and I'm going to give Don't Breathe a grade of an A and a IMDb score of a 9/10.

The Lone Ranger

Overall the action keeps the film enjoyable enough for fans of Pirates of the Caribbean, but it's plot and pacing is overall a mess. (B-)


Not only is it funny as hell, It sets a new standard for superhero films since it's so damn unique. (A+)

Fantastic Four

I once thought that we can now live in a world were superhero movies would never be so awful as films like Batman and Robin. Well, Fantastic Four is pure proof that my theory is wrong. (D-)

The Nice Guys

The Nice Guys is a film that intelligently hearkens back to the 70s buddy comedy genre, and should extremely be recognized by Hollywood and most movie goers today. (A)


It's most definitely disappointing in every way from the first 2 boring acts, but it still boasts solid 007 formula in the last act with a stunning performance by Christoph Waltz. (B)


Goosebumps is literally everything it had to be, simple, fun, and nostalgic for ones who group of with the series. (B)

Jurassic World

Even with its top-notch special effects and fun plot, Jurassic World fails in most areas when trying to pay respect to the original film that started it all and even the 2nd one. (B-)

Hot Fuzz
Hot Fuzz(2007)

It's convoluted plot and solid comedy is what makes this buddy cop film fun and unique. (B+)


Pan is most definitely the worst adaptation of a Peter Pan film, and literally fails on ever level to be remotely entertaining or at least decent. (D-)


Minions is a disappointing and unnecessary prequel to the much better Despicable Me films. (C+)


Even though Dredd is short on plot, it's supported by unique and beautiful graphics and some of the most top-notch action of 2012. (A-)

The Visit
The Visit(2015)

This is going to be a very quick review for "The Visit". I extremely enjoyed this film! This proves M Night Shyamalan can still be a talented film maker. After The Village, Lady in the Water, The Happening, The Last Airbender, and After Earth I pretty much gave up on seeing anything impressive from him. I was wrong, this film is actually super enjoyable and I had to blast. First thing you have to know about going into this film is that it is Hilarious! I found it more of a comedy more than a horror. The little boy in this film made me laugh everytime he came on screen. This film is very campy like Evil Dead 2 or Scream but the comedy is took to an even higher level. The found footage in this film works because it really feels like this girl wants to make this documentary, plus the lack of music in the film made it feel even more realistic! All the performances in this film are great, the film is capable of being very humorous and tense at once, and the twist and turns that happen in the film are smart and intelligent. Im going to give the Visit a overall score of:

(A-) & (9/10)

Please check out this film I highly recommend it for comedy lovers and people looking for a new take on the found footage genre. Glad to have you back Shyamalan!

Star Wars: Episode VI - Return of the Jedi

Way to underrated, Return of the Jedi is the perfect conclusion to the original franchise with unforgettable sequences. (A+)

Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope

Possibly the greatest sci-fi classic out there, Star Wars is amazing and spectacular in every way. (A+)

Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones

Maybe even worse than Phantom Menace, Attack of the Clones once again is another disappointing Star Wars prequel. (C-)

District 9
District 9(2009)

Visually dazzling and quite unique, District 9 is just almost a classic masterpiece. (A-)

Smosh: The Movie

It's Completely Unexpected and Represents Smosh's Unique Talent
I was quite surprised by the film because I didn't expect Smosh to compel a film that wasn't too similar to any average day YouTube video. The film actually contains a very unique plot line in which Anthony and Ian have to go into a multi-dimensional YouTube universe. The film works, while keeping some of Smosh's well known YouTube elements like, the cheesy special effects and use of prop manikins for some scenes. While using these elements they were able to make a well crafted film that some viewers may find quite unique in a well designed way.

Pros - (Uses the Same Elements From There YouTube Videos and they Fit Well In the Film) (An actual heartfelt concept hidden, which includes a well thought out message/moral) (At some parts, pretty funny) (A perfect reputation of Smosh's talent) (Very entertaining throughout the film) (Uses YouTube elements VERY VERY cleverly. *Huge Thumbs up!*) (YouTube cameos are GREAT *especially the Jenna Marbles one*)

Cons - (Some Jokes are Dull) (Some concepts are a bit cheesy and feel cliché) (Acting isn't too Great *You can tell it was probably hard for the Smosh cast to switch from YouTube standard acting, to movie production acting*)

Overall, I really enjoyed the film. I can see it's a film not for all audiences, maybe just for Smosh fans and a few comedic lovers. I was really impressed though how the film actually turned out. Really proud of you guys! (Anthony Padilla, Ian Hickox, and the Rest of the Smosh Crew!)

Overall Grade - (B) (7.5/10)

(By the Way, there's an end credits scene! Don't miss out on it!)

Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull

It has its "Indiana Jones Feel Moments", but it's overall a huge let down film for Indy fans, but on it's own, it's actually a decent film. I mean, If you ignore the abundance of flaws in the end. (B-)

Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade

Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade could just be the best of the franchise, from its more enjoyable cast, crazy action sequences which we have come to know and love, and its interesting premise. (A+)

Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom

Pretty underrated, Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom is more than an acceptable sequel, even if it doesn't equal up to its predecessor. (A)

Raiders of the Lost Ark

Unique and Brilliant in every way, this film proves that Harrison Ford and Steven Spielberg can pull off something incredibly innovated that will influence many future movies. (A+)

Inglourious Basterds

Tarantino proves his masterful film work by creating once again another original masterpiece with some well done performances by Brad Pitt and Christoph Waltz. (A+)

The Silence of the Lambs

Dark and Gruesome, Silence of the Lambs has such a in dept mystery that it will leave viewers with chills some in a terrifying way, and some in a satisfying way. (A+)

Django Unchained

Tarantino's best since Pulp Fiction, Django has some incredible performances from Christoph Waltz and Leonardo DiCaprio, and is most definitely the best film of 2012 by a longshot. (A+)

The Shawshank Redemption

Some of the best narrative storytelling every put to film with solid entertainment that will suck all viewers alike into the film in a odd but charming way. (A+)

Pulp Fiction
Pulp Fiction(1994)

One of cinema's greatest classics, Pulp Fiction possibly contains some of the best dialogue every put to film, and some flawless storytelling. (A+)


Rush is solid strong film that's pretty much flawless from it's powerful characters and strong story substance. (A)

The Exorcist
The Exorcist(1973)

A bit overrated from being a one of a kind and a classic, Exorcist is slow and a bit boring, it soon becomes an emotional and terrifying adventure. (B)

You're Next
You're Next(2013)

Quite boring and slow at the beginning and middle, You're Next later on proves its worthiness from it's unique and darkly humored ending that will surprisingly leave most viewers with satisfaction. (B-)


A greatly directed thriller, Oculus is a horror movie that won't get out of your head for a while from its well executed storytelling. (B+)

Friday the 13th

Incredibly underrated, Friday the 13th has some really great gore and murder scenes that will scare and tear viewers into fright, well at least most of them. (B+)


What changed horror forever, Halloween may be incredibly simple and a bit cheesy, but it's still a film all horror fanatics have to love. (B+)


A classic Sci-fi horror that will be a true classic to anyone, even if it has many monster horror cliches. (A)

The Babadook
The Babadook(2014)

The Babadook is psychological horror that will freak the livings out of you without having to use cheap jump scares and cliches. (A)


While sadly underrated by critics, Saw has a bit of dull acting, but its unique story and heart-pumping events makes this horror film something we haven't seen from horror in quite awhile. (A)


More of a parody than a horror, Scream is able to twist and turn in many ways for all horror fans to love. (A)

The Cabin in the Woods

The Cabin in the Woods is surprising in EVERY single way, and is all executed perfectly through its mixed genres and characters. This is most definitely not what it's trying to get you to think it is. (A+)

The Shining
The Shining(1980)

The Shining is composed of elements of simplicity, that somehow is able to pull off some of the scariest and masterful moments in movie history. (A+)

Avengers: Age of Ultron

Avengers Age of Ultron is a worthy entry in the Marvel cannon and is just as exciting and adventuress as the first one. (A)

Mad Max: Fury Road

Mad Max Fury Road could just possibly be the greatest action film of the decade. It boasts some of the best special effects and direction put on screen, and is most definitely the next big Action Movie landmark. (A+)

San Andreas
San Andreas(2015)

Of the disaster movies that have gotten a little old by now, this one is at the highest peak of them. (B-)


Tomorrowland has a creative premise and is visually stunning, but all falls apart in the final act which almost ruins the entire movie. (B-)

Seven (Se7en)

Se7en is dark and haunting with a suspenseful ending. (A+)

Fight Club
Fight Club(1999)

First rule of Fight Club, Don't Talk About Fight Club. Cause this film doesn't need any explaining to be told it's a instant classic that is entertaining in every way possible! (A+)

Kingsman: The Secret Service

If bond was rated R it would be this film. The film boasts some really new and heart-pumping action fights and is funny at the same time therefore creating a worthy action film for 2015. (A)


Even more explosive than the first, Aliens is a fine sequel that evolves Sci-Fi films forever. (A+)


It's entertaining a but boring but Frank is an iconic character than keeps the film moving. It also boasts some really great performances. (B)

Penguins Of Madagascar

Maybe even better than Madagascar, Penguins is comedic family fun. (B-)

The Amazing Spider-Man 2

With some pretty crazy awesome visuals, ASM 2 is a worthy entry into the series even if its plot feels a bit cheesy and long. (B-)

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1

While it's not the finest installment in the series, it still is able to deliver another riveting film in the Hunger Games canon. (B-)

Seven Psychopaths

Darkly funny, Seven Psychopaths is a interesting piece of work on its own. (A-)

Jack and Jill

I remember when Adam Sandler made some pretty funny films, I gave up on him after watching this piece of... (D)

X-Men: Days of Future Past

It's Definitely Not ONE Of The Best X-Men Movies, It Is The Best X-Men Movie (A)

Iron Man 2
Iron Man 2(2010)

There's a bundle of fantastic performances, but its not enough to save it from its boring plot and slow paced plotting. (C+)

The Maze Runner

Just in the middle of the Hunger Games Franchise and Divergent Franchise of the Young Adult films. (B)

Jaws 3
Jaws 3(1983)

Imagine Sea World Meets Piranha 3DD. It's pretty terrible and quite unnecessary. (D+)

Captain America: The Winter Soldier

This is the film that proves Marvel Phase 2 as a worthy franchise. With intense and hear-beating action Winter Soldier is even better than its predecessor. (A)

Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues

It's a fantastic return, but it gets a little too heavy and stupid for it's own self to handle. But It's still comedic gold. (B)


We're going to need a bigger boat. (A+)

Jaws 2
Jaws 2(1978)

A pretty generic moister film that isn't bad for a sequel to Jaws. (B-)


A surprisingly deep film for a children's flick, Rango is absolutely fun in every way. (A-)

Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl

Pirates of the Caribbean The Curse of the Black Pearl is pretty damn good for something based off a park ride. (B+)

Guardians of the Galaxy

Marvels greatest film yet. Seriously it's a high leveled fun adventure that will make you want to see it over and over again. (A+)

Rise of the Planet of the Apes

With stylish effects and great performances, RTPA is a worth prequel to the original franchise. (A-)


It's to underrated, Godzilla is actually more than a monster flick and more of a modern day Jurassic Park, maybe, but it's pretty close. (A-)

Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes

Everything it's hyped up to be, DOPA is a worthy sequel that is absolutely breathtaking especially the visuals. (A)

How to Train Your Dragon 2

A worthy sequel that proves just as spectacular as the first, which is quite impressive from Dreamworks in fact. (A-)

I, Frankenstein

It's a really bad film that at least has some entertaining action sequences. (C-)


It is literally Cars with Planes. It's an exact copy of Disney's somewhat successful film that is bad in all the ways. (D+)

The Last Airbender

Even if you don't watch the show you'll barf in your popcorn bag before the film even ends. (D-)

Land of the Lost

It's a terrible recreation of the TV show with some really bad plot development, you have to admit it's still funny, if you don't take the film seriously. (C+)

Batman & Robin

No doubt the worst superhero flick ever created, period. (D-)

After Earth
After Earth(2013)

M Night Shymalan is proving to be a terrible director that used to have a bit of magical directing in him when he made the "Sixth Sense" and "Unbreakable." (C-)

Grown Ups 2
Grown Ups 2(2013)

I new this film was going to suck before even knowing about it. (D+)

The LEGO Movie

It's possibly a huge advertisement for LEGO or the greatest animated feature film this decade. (A+)

Jurassic Park III

A repeat of the 2nd and 1st film, Jurasic Park III feels dull. It can still be an entertaining flick, once and a while. (C+)

The Lost World - Jurassic Park

Nowhere close to being as exciting as the first installment, The Lost World still is a fine film on its own. (B+)


Not close to capturing the superior amazement of the original R-Rated flick, the new remake still works and is surprisingly entertaining. (B-)


Liam Neeson honestly can make any movie great, including this suspenseful action flick. (A-)

The Hunger Games: Catching Fire

It outdoes the original from its even more spectacular visuals and new camerawork keeps the film even more intriguing than the first. (A-)

The Day After Tomorrow

A disaster movie that's entertaining, for what it is. (B-)


The movie is charming in some ways but overall annoying and corny. (C-)


Daft Punk (One of the Words Greatest Musicians and Gods of Dance Music) surely can create a film that is most definitely unique. The film is different and creative, its quite boring, but the robots style just can't disappoint fans. (B-)

The Smurfs
The Smurfs(2011)

Its great to see that the smurfs are back, but the movie still sucks big time. (D+)


Imagine Men in Black, if it sucked big time. (D+)


A corny but almost perfect adaptation to Spider-Man. (A-)


It has questionable animation, but it's a great adaptation to the book with some really cool action sequences. (A-)

The Starving Games

An unnecessary film which still fails to even be a good parody. It actually looks like a school project. (D+)

The Amazing Spider-Man

A great recreation of the original franchise with a great performance from Andrew Garfield. (A-)


A little too overrated, Frozen still bursts family fun and steers interesting turns. (B+)

Dr Seuss' The Lorax

A great adaptation of Dr.Seuss's novel that has a bit of huge flaws. (B-)

Marvel's The Avengers

It's hugely entertaining and is no doubly the perfect film for all Marvel geeks and even for some people not fans of the universe. (A)

Captain America: The First Avenger

Unlike any other Superhero film, Captain America seems like the perfect adaptation to the star-bangled hero. (A-)


Dreamworks relives once again producing another great family adventure. (B-)


Actually pretty decent, Zathura is weirdly entertaining, even if it's cheesy. (B-)

Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back

Even better than the original, The Empire Strikes, might just be the greatest sci-fi out there. (A+)

Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith

After a depressing amount of disappointing prequels, Star Wars III actually proves worthy of a good Star Wars film. YES! (B+)

Warm Bodies
Warm Bodies(2013)

It's surprisingly not a cheesy "Vampire,Zombie" love story but something much much more. (A-)


Gravity is an absolute stunning film with amazing effects, impossibly good plot-lines and is surprisingly really heart-felt. (A-)


Tim Burton once again warms are hearts somehow with such dark and scary visuals. (A-)

Super 8
Super 8(2011)

JJ Abrams proves worthy of his talent by creating a suspenseful and scary new thriller. (A-)

Men in Black III

MIB3 lives up to it's first film, minus the OK CGI effects it's really enjoyable. (B)

Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters

It most definitely surpasses the first film, but it's still no new Harry Potter or Lord of the Rings. (B-)

Iron Man 3
Iron Man 3(2013)

A fantastic entree to the Marvel Cinematic even if things go a little too overboard at the end. (A-)

The Adventures of Tintin

A fantastic re-imagination of the original Tintin comic books that boasts some pretty unique and heart-pumping action sequences and effects. Felt like the animated version of Indiana Jones. (A)


Just as masterful as Casino Royale, Skyfall brings back the Bond film we all remembered and loved introducing a pretty awesome foe. (A)

Ender's Game
Ender's Game(2013)

It has great performances and great visuals, but it doesn't really recap the magic that the book had. (B)

Man of Steel
Man of Steel(2013)

A decent but not perfect return of Superman. (B)


It's basically the family-movie version of The Shawshank Redemption, Seriously. (A)

Batman Begins

The perfect introduction to the fearsome Batman. (A)


Disney finally is creating a new prime time like when Monsters INC, Toy Story, and Lion King were released. (A)


WALL-E charges Disney back into gears from creating once again another heartfelt and magical adventure with a worthy new animated character. (A)

Shark Tale
Shark Tale(2004)

Actually pretty heartfelt, Shark Tale is an enjoyable family comedy, at least most of the time. (C+)

Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs (Ice Age 3)

Already on it's 3rd installment, Ice Age 3 has the enjoyable elements from the first 2 films, but truly they're running out of ideas. (C+)

Ice Age
Ice Age(2002)

Different than most animated feature films, Ice Age is enjoyable for the whole family. (B-)

Fantastic Mr. Fox

It sure is a delightful unique movie with laughs and touching family moments like we're used to seeing Wes Anderson create. (B+)

Doctor Who
Doctor Who(1996)

It's really bad, even if you're a doctor who fanboy/girl. (D)

Despicable Me 2

Funny, adorable, and no doubly entertaining, Despicable Me 2 equals its successful predecessor with the same charming emotions. (B+)


A super movie classic that all DC fanboys will love. (A-)

Cats & Dogs: The Revenge of Kitty Galore

Ugggggggggggggggggggg, do I really need to explain anything? (D)

Paranormal Activity

Boring, sloppy, even though it has a really creative idea put into it, it's way to slow to even entertain you nor scare you. (D+)

The Secret Life Of Walter Mitty

Hugely underrated, The Secret Life of Walter Mitty won't be every bodies cup of tea, but it's still something quite unique I've never scene before. (B+)


It's overall a decent family movie, but nobody is going to remember it by the time it's done. (C+)

The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug

Peter Jackson redeems himself from the some-what disappointing but kind-of-not predecessor by boasting richer effects and even more additionally better mystical creatures. (A)

Journey 2: The Mysterious Island

It has its "Entertaining Family Moments" but most of the time, it's to stupid to take seriously or even joke fully. (C-)

The Hunger Games

With a lovable performances by Jennifer Lawrence and others, The Hunger Games is an intense Action Drama that boasts intense scenery and thoughtful plot lines. (A-)

Dark Shadows
Dark Shadows(2012)

The movie has its entertaining moments and some entertaining performances from Johnny Depp, but its nothing new we haven't seen from mastermind Tim Burton. (C+)

Batman Forever

It's pretty terrible, but if you watch its sequel Batman And Robin, it actually makes the film look pretty decent. (C-)

Escape From Planet Earth

It's pretty generic and similar to a lot of films, but's enough for children to enjoy. (C )

Planet 51
Planet 51(2009)

Dumb and heart warming at the same time, but still dumb. (C-)

Hotel Transylvania

Funny and charming Hotel Transylvania is surprisingly a bit underrated. (B)

Toy Story 2
Toy Story 2(1999)

Another spectacular film created by Disney worthy of its predecessor. (A-)

The Croods
The Croods(2013)

A fun animated family movie that proves Dreamworks worthy. (B-)

The Mighty
The Mighty(1998)

A powerful movie that might just make you feel all the good and sad emotions just like the book did. (B)

LEGO Hero Factory: Rise of the Rookies

So bad, best to just let your kids watch it. (D)

Monsters University

Cute and enjoyable, Monsters University is a worthy prequel to Monsters INC. (A)

Finding Nemo
Finding Nemo(2003)

Nothing new from Disney but it's still amazing as usual. (B+)

Jack Reacher
Jack Reacher(2012)

...Proving Tom Cruise still can kick ass. (B+)

The Wizard of Oz

A classic that is most enjoyable depending on if you're too "Modern" for it. (B-)

Oz the Great and Powerful

Pretty damn good for a prequel to a movie almost 90 years old. (B)

Jack the Giant Slayer

You're not supposed to take it serious, just enjoy it. (B-)

This Is the End

Funny and unique This is the End is one of the best comedies in quite a while. (B)

G.I. Joe: Retaliation

It's overall stupid, but at least the action can kick some big time ass. (B-)

The Dark Knight

No doubt the best superhero film of all time, possibly the best film of the 21st century, The Dark Knight is Mind-Blowing, no matter what. (A+)

Life of Pi
Life of Pi(2012)

With some mind blowing effects and a beautiful chemistry story, Life of Pi proves to live up to its hype. (A)

The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey

With beautiful effects and wild events, Peter Jackson revives the franchise with thoughtful glee. (B+)


You'll like it if you're a kid, and I think that's all that really matters. (C+)

Star Trek Into Darkness

Just as enjoyable as the first, Star Trek Into Darkness proves to be a fantastic sci-fi with a worthy new foe. (A)

The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring

Beautiful movie proving to be the start of a legendary trilogy. (A)

Mission: Impossible Ghost Protocol

Pretty amazing being the 4th installment in the action packed franchise. (A)


I love the film because it accomplishes in being a great children's film but can still scare the crap out of you no matter the age. (B+)

Bionicle 3: Web of Shadows

With some really unique animation and a epic storyline, Bionicle 3 Web of Shadows proves more to be than just a huge LEGO AD. (B+)

LEGO: The Adventures of Clutch Powers

It's accomplished its mission entertaining the children, but it's not for everybody, which is what it should be. (C+)

Bionicle: Mask Of Light

It's not even good enough for it's "Aimed" audience. (D)

Bionicle 2: Legends of Metru-Nui

Not bad for a movie based on lego sets. (B+)

Men in Black II

It does have the same charming elements from the 1st film but it isn't enough to save it from it's questionable and terrible plot lines and events. (C-)

Men in Black
Men in Black(1997)

It's something alright, oh it's something. (B+)

Alice in Wonderland

Even though there are some pretty memorable performances, it's not enough to say this film was a little to over-the-top than it should have been. (B-)

The Nightmare Before Christmas

A animated movie like no other, The Nightmare Before Christmas is enjoyable
in all ways. (A-)

Toy Story 3
Toy Story 3(2010)

Already in the 3rd installment of the franchise and all 3 films have no other than been "perfection". (A+)

Toy Story
Toy Story(1995)

Toy Story is the revolutionary animated movie that started it all. (A)

Parental Guidance

You know it's actually quite possible to enjoy this film...Of course if you're with your family. (C+)

Monsters, Inc.

Another incredible landmark movie for Disney, Monsters INC is fabulous in every way. (A)

Bionicle: The Legend Reborn

Bionicle The Legend Reborn will be real fun for young children but unfortunately even it's smart animation can't bring the film together. (C+)

E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial

Beautiful and emotional ET is a bit overhyped, but it has enough elements to allow the whole family to boast movie-popcorn fun. (B)

The Dark Knight Rises

Christopher Nolan raps up the well known "magic" he's known for making and creates the perfect ending for the new Batman trilogy. (A)

Jurassic Park

Most definitely Steven Spilberg's greatest film that has revolutionized the modern-day effects and well deserves the title "Classic". (A+)


9 is another Tim Butron success that boasts exciting and unique animation and a very interesting group of characters. (A)