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Fun, Enjoyable, Good Story. Chris Pines was a perfect casting for Kirk. Always a pleasure to see Leonard Nimoy.
It's not David's greatest work, but its entertaining. Some of the lines were pretty decent. I would say it's worth a watch, maybe not two.
Monster House is just kind of a fun movie with a decent concept. A young boy adapting to getting older will help an old grumpy neighbor finally say goodbye to his loved one. I've also heard of it described as the new goonies. Either way, it's worth a watch, maybe two.
Make it so Number 1. What to say about this abomination. It's like someone combined Signs and X-Files. Or maybe First Wave? Regardless its garbage. A hodgepodge of tropes jammed together so that none of the characters motivations or personalities last more than 5 minutes.
The "By the books" FBI agent, with a tragic case history (Because they always do). Immediately shows herself to have less by the books ability than the "Country" locals.
Watch as the deputy takes an arrow to the leg and proceeds to jog in and out of the field like a track athlete, cuz that's his backstory.
The smooth, slimy, aliens are always from a dying species. ala Stargate SG1 and the Asgard. It's all been done before by better crews and budgets.
Marvel as the aliens, which only seem to breathe heavy and scream, turn into Gene Grey and murder the only innocent in the whole movie, Earl, an amazing pupper dog.
Grab a tissue, and prepare for a sadly upbeat movie about love and loss. The unique art style. The music style, having the characters sing along to the opening, having them sing their own montage, brilliant. It had elements that remind me of Hal, in a way. But the cherry on top was the Christmas note left.