Epic - 6/10. Took my daughter yesterday. Too scary and violent for little kids but it essentially is a movie for little kids. Last 30 or so minutes was real good though, huge battle scene and was pretty dramatic for a kids film.
Wait a minute... you have a child? Wow, that's incredibly sad.
Saw some rave reviews for this so was expecting so much. Was so boring and stale. It was classified under comedy at redbox and was just downright depressing, how the hell is this a comedy? Had some interesting concepts and futuristic inventions but...so meh.
I enjoyed it. It is definitely more of a dramady than a comedy, with some obvious sci-fi mixed in.
Originally Posted by Lebowsky
That movie was garbage. Plain and simple. I do often like arthouse and metaphorical movies, but Holy Motors was just shit for me. 0/10.
The narrative/story was crap, so I can see that perspective. I just loved the visuals, the music, and the acting of the main character enough to get some enjoyment out of it. And some of the scenes, as random as they were, really had me intrigued.
Fat Kid Rules the World - 6.5/10 - Was surprisingly decent. The fat kid played his role really well and was likeable. The story had a lot more depth and emotion to it than you'd expect. Good redbox flick, not typical high school movie.
No lie, I love this movie. The creators did a great job in finishing off the trilogy with a lot of suspense and a heart warming ending.
I watched it in theaters when it first came out, but today was my first time seeing it at home.
I'm hoping for a ToyStory 4, but I doubt it'll happen. If it doesn't, I'm satisfied with knowing everything ended well for Woody, Buzz & the gang... Until Molly turns into a teen and stops playing with them!
Into the Wild - 9/10 - What an incredible film, something that everyone should see. Fantastic lead role and loved how the movie's stories were interwoven. The natural beauty of Alaska is just breath taking. Loved it.
The informant - watched this movie having 0 idea on what it was about, seemed a bit odd for the first half hour or so as it's made kind of strange and I had no knowledge of the true story it is based on. Turned out to be a great movie once it got going and things started making sense. I'd recommend it which is rare for me and movies. It's a true story about a whistle blower at a large company, it has a funny side and twists too though and isn't all serious and drama. From what I can tell it actually follows what happened in real life pretty close unlike some other "true" films like argo (what a turd once you know how much is bs)
Yikes. This is your actual response? What you don't (but should) realize is this type of thoughtless, unoriginal, pathetic etc etc etc caliber of response only further validates why I even made such a statement in the first place.
(I can see your offspring looking back at this one day and saying to themselves "wow, my daddy is lame")