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I really really enjoyed A Quiet Place. Lots of great visual storytelling, brilliant acting, and (mostly) great characters.
Although the parents make a choice that sounds incredibly dangerous and irresponsible.
Tim Burton's reimagining of Planet of the Apes succeeds in terms of makeup and costume designing, but falls completely flat on its face with its script, acting, and direction.
I Feel Pretty is not going to be remembered as one of the great comedy classics, but its message is nice and unique, the leads are likeable, and gets a few chuckles out of me.
The Babadook is a very unsettling film. Its atmosphere always puts you on edge, and never lets you go until it ends.
Even when it ends, you still get the feeling that something's not right.
The Garbage Pail Kids movie is the perfect kids film! It has lovely, wholesome subjects such as pedophilia, battery, appearence-shaming, and even murder! A Feeaamly pitcha!
A few weeks before Jurassic Park brought us wonder, awe, and intensity, we had Carnosaur. An annoying, ugly-looking trash-heap that to this day shocks me as to how it was released in theaters.
While Birdemic 2 isn't AS horrible as the first one, it's still horrible. And what's worse is that it tries to be "in" on the unintentional humor from said first film.
Birdemic: Shock and Terror is uncomfortable, awkward, features some of the worst acting ever put on screen, and features the worst special effects you could ever imagine.
The Legend of Sasquatch is the worst animated film ever released in theaters. The animation is laughable, the plot is confusing, and the ending might just have the biggest WTF moment in any kids film
Manos: The Hands of Fate is the worst film I've ever seen in my life. While many other films make me angrier and are more offensive, Manos is just ineptly made in every sense of the word.
2001: A Space Odyssey is a cinematic, science fiction masterpiece. I had so many questions when I first watched it, and I still do now.
Holy jeezums, Get Out is fantastic! I was expecting to like it and get a fun horror movie, but I wasn't expecting a horror movie on par with The Shining.
Its themes on racism are good, but I find that the themes of morality and immortality even more fascinating.
What the villain(s) do is undeniably ungodly, but is it even racist? I won't go into spoilers, but this movie raises a lot of interesting questions. Can something be racist and not racist at the same time?
What the villain(s) do of course is horrible, but their reasoning, though still morally wrong, can be interpreted as both racist and not racist at the same time! You can argue that them going after black people specifically is racist, but another person can argue that it's in a weird way, admiring black people... just in the most evil way possible.
Get Out messes with my head, and it is very very clever with how everything is set up and resolved.
This film is an absolute travesty. As if Pureflix couldn't get worse than their terrible God's Not Dead movies, they've somehow lowered the bar even further with Samson.
This is just a bland and uninspired look at what could potentially be a powerful story.
Black Panther's strengths are its lead hero, it's villains, and the culture of Wakanda. Its main weaknesses are it's effects, though. Still, this is a very good movie. Very worthy of the Marvel canon.
Piglet's Big Movie once again adds unexpected depth to the Winnie the Pooh franchise. Where The Tigger Movie focused on family and identity, Piglet's Big Movie focuses on the feeling of uselessness and lack of self-confidence, and very much succeeds in that fashion.
While it's much better paced than The Phantom Menace, and boasts (slightly) better effects, Attack of the Clones still fails due to extremely poor characterization and dialogue. None of this is any more true than with the romance between Anakin and Padme.
Even though Hayden Christensen is given the worst dialogue and direction possible, the rest of Revenge of the Sith actually feels like a Star Wars movie.
Visual storytelling, a good mythos, and possibly the greatest lightsaber fight at the end make the film an enjoyable watch.
While most of the effects REALLY don't hold up, as well as most of the acting, A New Hope is still a really enjoyable film that revolutionized film as a whole.
The Empire Strikes back is better than A New Hope on every level. The characters are even more fleshed out, it has better pacing, more interesting mythology, and boasts better effects.