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It's an interesting take on the negative influence social media can have on some folks. Aubrey Plaza was really good in this one.
I was surprised by how much I enjoyed this one. The dialogue was original and funny but still believable. Also some good messages mixed in for the "tweens" as well.
Not as fun as the first. It had me consistently chuckling, but never provoked big laughs from me.
It's a funny background movie. There are plenty others like it. But it's decent.
It's a little longer than I think it needs to be. It's one of those films where being entertained is lower priority than understanding the story. But a decent watch.
Good movie. Cool armored rhinos.
Every American needs to watch this movie. Discrimination didn't end after the civil war. It just changed form.
It's longer than it needs to be. The suspense builds up well, as Ridley Scott has a way of doing. The ending is a bit anticlimactic, in my opinion. I'm guessing that was the real-life ending but it doesn't make for the most interesting story. The first half is rather slow. Second half is a better pace. Overall, it's just okay.
It's no masterpiece but it's fun. If you saw it as a child, you'll probably have a fun time reliving it.
It's typical Jim Carrey. Everything is rather over the top. He's a ridiculous lunatic most of the time. There's some laughs. It's a decent time.
It's what you expect. It's a funny thing to have on in the background. I laughed, had a good time watching it.
One of those movies that I think you only like if it's a part of your childhood.
Nothing much to see here. Lots of cliches and completely unrealistic decisions from the main characters.
This whole trilogy seems to be overlooked. I really enjoyed them though. It's an interesting plot and a good watch.
An interesting story. Based on a real story. Hanks and DiCaprio shine in their roles as usual.
If you grew up with Beavis and Butthead, you'll like it. If you didn't, you probably won't. It's low-brow humor but it's fun.
I have little experience with westerns but I really liked this one. A lot of character development by both of the leads. And an interesting story that kept me invested and eager to see what happened.
The best boxing movie I've seen. But it's a lot bigger than boxing.
Never actually read the book but this is definitely something that seems like it would be better as a book. The film was rather slow and not very engaging.
Really didn't expect to like this one as much as I did. The humor is subtle in some places. It's dark. It's an honest portrayal of how people like to make tragedies all about themselves. And how being a loner or having a limited circle of friends is not necessarily a bad thing.