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T2 Judgement Day is a very impressive action film that holds nothing back. Linda Hamilton delivers a stronger performance than she did in The Terminator; her character was also more interesting and didn't feel as generic. John Connor was a little annoying at the beginning but as it progressed I liked him more. Arnold is even more awesome in the sequel if you can imagine that, he and John Connor had a interesting father-son relationship that made the ending of the film all the more heart-breaking. T2 Judgement Day is the best of the Terminator movies and still marks the ending of good Terminator films.
The Terminator isn't as good as its sequel T2 Judgement Day but it is bolstered by good action, impressive visuals for the budget and a literally strong performance from Arnold Schwarzenegger.
A Fistful Of Dollars is not as good as later installments to the Dollars Trilogy but it still is a very good western. It is full of iconic moments and Clint Eastwood is absolutely awesome as the man with no name. A Fistful Of Dollars is a solid western that is worth a watch if you have not seen it.
The Prestige has many twists and turns that keeps the audience interested and on the edge of their seats; The Prestige is like watching two hours of sick burns. Hugh Jackman and Christian Bale are fantastic as they usually are in all of their movies. The supporting cast such as Scarlett Johansson, Michael Caine and David Bowie also deliver good performances even if they aren't in the movie a whole lot. This is one of Nolan's more underrated movies and should be at least given a chance even if the premise doesn't sound that interesting as it did to me.
First things first, I did not watch the theatrical cut I watched the assembly cut and have never seen the theatrical. Going into Alien 3 (or as I like to call it Alien Cubed) I was optimistically hopeful as I am with most movies that I have heard are awful and coming out of the third installment I have to say that this is a underrated movie. No, it is not as good as the first two, but there were a lot of good ideas. I thought it really worked well as the ending to the original Alien trilogy (yes I said trilogy). Sigourney Weaver is once again very good as she is in the first two and she really sells her emotions over the deaths of some of the characters in the film. However, the supporting cast, besides Clemens and Dillon, do not stand out. They are all just disposable bald guys that you cannot tell apart and when one bald guy dies you don't have to worry because there is another bald guy to replace him. Killing Newt and Hicks at the beginning of the movie probably wasn't the best way to win over the audience and was more likely a big factor in quite a few of the negative reviews, as for me I just rolled with it. I felt Ripley dying at the end was the right choice and as the movie closed I didn't feel dissatisfied rather I felt a bitter-sweetness. I felt that it was how Ripley should have gone, and that Ripley had some satisfaction when she died knowing that she had kept the Xenomorph from being weaponized by the Weyland Corporation. Alien3 is a underrated Alien film and, in my opinion, is a good ending to Ripley's story and the original series of Alien movies.