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A lot of people say that this is one of the best Batman films ever and personally I don't see it. Kevin Conroy and Mark Hamill are still amazing, the soundtrack is breathtaking, plus the animation is a lot more smooth than the animated series but other than that there isn't much that makes this film stand out besides being a beginning to the Dark Knight which graphic novels like Batman Year One already did better. Even the story isn't that great and is easily topped by episodes of the animated series such as Heart of Ice, Two Face parts one and two, and Mad Love. I love the animated series but this film I'm not overly found of.
I'm sorry I'm just not a big fan of this film, nothing really happens until the last twenty minutes and most of the dialogue scenes aren't very interesting. I will say that the best part of this film is Christopher Reeves as Superman, he steals every scene he's in and when he smiles it's hard not to smile back, it's a real shame we had to lose him so soon.
Ben-Hur is truly a grand and epic story for the ages.
Planet of the Apes is a good film but not a film I would need to watch ever again.
It's not as bad as Part II but it still doesn't live up to the first movie.
Back To The Future Part II is just okay. It's not really good and it's not really bad, it's a sequel, it's just there.
I'm not a big fan of time travel movies but this one is actually really good, Back to the Future is entertaining, funny and creative.
The best Spider Man film to date!
Batman The Dark Knight Returns part two isn't as good as part one but is still a magnificent Batman story that follows the graphic novel closely but still is different enough to make this film an exhilarating experience.
One of the best Batman films ever put to screen, its even better than both of the Burton movies.
The Magnificent Seven has good action, an intense plot and likable leads, but besides the three main heroes most of everyone else feels like dead weight.
A goofy B movie that knows exactly what it is and has a great time doing it.
Jaws is a really fun and scary movie that never leaves you bored.
Wonder Woman is an epic superhero blockbuster that has enough heart to make it stand out from the rest. However the casting of the main villain was awful.
The Muppets has some great ideas, gut busting moments and fantastic songs.
Kingdom of the Crystal Skull isn't awful but it doesn't really feel like an Indiana Jones movie, it's a bit too cheesy and slap stick.
Temple of Doom may be disgusting in parts and has one very annoying character but it still has great action and a heart warming father son dynamic between Indi and Short Round.
Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade has great action and a stupendous performance from Sean Connery and Harrison Ford. The Last Crusade is almost as good as Raiders of the Lost Ark.
Rebecca is a interesting film but has some problems with its narrative.
A very fun whodunnit film that may not be the best film in Hitchcock's library of masterworks but is certainly one of his most entertaining ones.