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Little Fockers is probably the weakest out of the three. The movie's got it's funny moments which involve the characters we all know and all love like Greg (Ben Stiller) and Jack (Robert De Niro).
The movie tries a bit too hard to do too many things in just this one movie and some of the funny moments don't end up succeeding so well.
Overall, Little Fockers tries to juggle lots of different things in just one movie and it doesn't do as well as it could have.
It's got some funny moments but those funny moments should be built up a little bit better and they should try not to throw too much into the movie.
Clash Of The Titans is one of the most boring movie's, I've watched lately. The plot is very boring, the performances are very bad and the dialogue from these characters feels very forced.
Also, the action sequences are not very entertaining and the cinematography which picks them up is so bad.
Overall, Clash Of The Titans is a very boring movie. It's got a very boring plot, bad performances, very forced dialogue, terrible action sequences and bad cinematography.
I'd highly recommend to avoid this movie, if you're wanting to watch something worth your time.
The Lone Ranger is an ok movie. It's got a very basic plot, some really good acting from The Lone Ranger (Armie Hammer) and Tonto (Johnny Depp) there's only a few little odd scenes where Johnny Depp feels out of character.
The dialogue can feel quite forced from the side characters at scenes and the same goes with the main characters.
The cinematography from Bojan Bazelli is alright. He does a pretty decent job on capturing certain scenes pretty well in my opinion.
Also, the action sequences are pretty unique and clever for the most part, I really enjoyed the action sequences where they're fighting on the train, all of those ones were honestly class in my opinion.
There's a few funny moments throughout this movie, which made me laugh quite a bit.
I think the problems, I've got with this movie would have to be how many fucking characters it tries to throw in, it feels quite bloated with characters.
You start to forget about most of the villains who are still in this movie because my god, you start to forget about them quite quickly.
Another problem I've got with this movie would have to be, how some of the scenes have been put together.
There's a certain scene which I noticed, where it feels like something's been cut out or they've shot some scenes before those certain ones.
Overall, The Lone Ranger isn't that bad of a movie, it's got a few problems here and there but the brilliant acting from Johnny Depp and Armie Hammer save the movie quite a bit.
The same goes for the action sequences, the action sequences are very unique and very clever and they're very enjoyable.
A pretty decent low budget movie, which is pretty much based on a true story about this couple getting left in the ocean after leaving a tour boat.
Lord Of The Rings: The Fellowship Of The Ring is honestly a masterpiece and a half. The movie's got a brilliant plot, it's pretty much about this young hobbit, who's called Frodo Baggins (Elijah Wood) he ends up finding the one ring that belongs to the Dark Lord Sauron.
So, he begins his journey with eight companions to a place called Mount Doom, this is pretty much the only place where the ring can be destroyed.
The cast are all honestly amazing as their characters throughout this movie and all of the dialogue from the characters feels natural and it doesn't feel forced at all.
Also, the movie's got some beautifully smooth cinematography from Andrew Lesnie. The way he's shot this movie is honestly beautiful and he captures the scenes brilliantly.
The action sequences throughout this movie are very clever, violent and very unique and they're all showcased pretty well throughout this movie.
The movie's even got a beautifully composed score from Howard Shore, it's composed so well and it's such a beautiful soundtrack.
Finally, all of the orcs look very rough and very gruesome throughout this movie but I actually adore the way they look throughout this movie, it really adds to their characters.
Overall, Lord Of The Rings: The Fellowship Of The Ring is honestly a masterpiece and a half. It's got a brilliant plot, amazing characters, very good dialogue, beautiful cinematography, very clever and very violent action sequences. The movie's even got some very gruesome looking orcs and a score which is beautifully composed.
I'd honestly recommend this movie, if you enjoy fantasy/action movie's with a brilliant plot, amazing acting, very clever and very unique action sequences. This is the movie for you, it's honestly worth the watch.