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Wooooooooow. I enjoyed this movie a lot. I thought it was a lot of fun from beginning to end. The characters are really good, the songs are really memorable, and the special effects are truly dazzling, all of that stuff were awesomely new. A guy who played Aladdin, well that's Mena Massoud. He's a Canadian, and he did a great job, and Naomi Scott as Princess Jasmine was also did a great job as well. The special effects: Abu was still cute, Magic Carpet was still memorable, and of course, as for the Genie, I thought he was extremely hilarious. Will Smith did an incredible job getting some energy and do all of his whole thing and says some funny lines and he literally makes me laugh a couple of times. Jafar... was okay. He's not a bad as you thought he was. Now I loved the original "Aladdin" as a kid, and it was fascinating. My favorite song, really, was "A Whole New World". It makes my heart so calm and with a smile on my face. If I haven't seen other Disney Remakes after the animated versions already came out, I'll probably watch them this weekend. I really enjoyed the remake of "Aladdin" more. A marginal thumbs up for me.
Aladdin (2019) 3.5/4 👍👍
I liked "Jumanji".
Now I know that a lot of people had a mixed reviews for this movie because it's a retread of some other Marvel films, like "Iron Man", "Thor: Ragnarok", and so fort. But I thought this was awesome. Extremely awesome. The action sequences were great, the special effects was impressive, and the sci-fi was probably over-the-top, but it's okay. Brie Larson is really good as Carol Danvers. She's a quite interesting main character. Her acting is underrated, but she did a nice job. And Samuel L. Jackson as Nick Fury is really hilarious as well. I think this movie is a better one than people give credit for it in my opinion. I enjoyed "Captain Marvel" a lot much like "Wonder Woman" and "Alita: Battle Angel", and I could give credit to Brie Larson for being as a tough, blonde, kiss ass female character.
I freakin' enjoyed this movie. Now "Rotten Tomatoes" had a mixed reviews by critics, some had 60%, and others had 35%. But the audiences had 94% and praised a lot. I gotta say, I really enjoyed this movie. It reminds me of "Astro Boy". The special effects worked quite well, the action sequences was pretty action-packed. I'm starting to like Alita. She's a fine tough teenager, half-human, half-robot, and also a pain in the ass. There's some of the things, her body was plastic, and then a imaginos body as she did all of her stunts. But one thing I would add, I liked her eyes. I don't know if anyone who complained about her eyes, but I thought it was really realistic and beautiful, almost like E.T. She cried when her tears comes out. I was so fascinated when I was this film, and I could congratulate Robert Rodriguez for did a excellent job. I also want to say that Rosa Salazar was really good and I praised for her performance. A marginal thumbs up for me to "Alita: Battle Angel".
I really liked "Recess: School's Out". TJ and the gang were finding out what was going at Third Street School. The school was sabotaged by creating an invention that needs to take out summer vacation. So the gang asks the kindergarten kids and teachers for help to save the world.
I think "Recess: School's Out" is one of my absolute favorite Disney animated films since childhood. This is like kid's stuff. I enjoyed this Disney animated film a lot.
Recess: School's Out 3.5/4
Well, Siskel and Ebert were right about "Home Alone". It is unrealistic, the slapstick was predictable, and the story was a little confusing. I understand. But I really have to disagree with both of them. I thought this movie was quite charm, funny, passion, and a heart. It did grew up on me. Another thing I have to disagree with, those two wet bandits Harry and Marv... You know, I didn't ever care if Joe Pesci was doing a bad performance in other films, but he's did do funny stuff and Daniel Stern did a lot as well. I have to give a credit to Macaulay Culkin. He was so good as Kevin McCallister, it was the first time I saw him and he was probably about my age. But anyway, back to Kevin McCallister. He is some sort of a troublesome 8 year old kid who sometimes doesn't like his own family after they didn't like him while they on their trip to Paris for 3 days. But he actually sometimes misses his family with love. At minight, Kevin has to protect his house from Harry and Marv by setting the traps. Then when Harry and Marv goes to jail, Kevin's mom and his family came home for Christmas Day. So there you have it, folks. I think "Home Alone" is a special holiday and my favorite Christmas movie.
A little disappointed.
Incredible Disney animated film.
I enjoyed "The Addams Family".
"Beetlejuice" is extremely hilarious.
"Back to the Future Part III" is probably not a good movie as the other two films, but I think this is the most best of the series.
"Back to the Future Part II" really is a screwball comedy, but it is a truly hilarious film.
"Back To The Future" is my favorite and one of the best comedy movies ever.
That is the best Batman animated film ever.
I liked "The Beverly Hillbillies" a little bit.
What a low-budget sequel.
I did not like Freddy Kruger.