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The Maltese Falcon (1941)
Behold the ultimate slogfest. It will make waiting on the 405 seem like an adventure.
Menace II Society (1993)
Not terribly shattering
I'm sure the intent was to make it realistic, but the constant f-bombs were kind of offputting and problematic in understanding what the characters were saying. It seemed like it was a good storyline, but it also seemed like it could have been developed better to where you would feel attached to or pulled into the character's story. I'll say the way he acted didn't evoke much pity from me at times. Most definitely not a fluffy bunny movie to watch together with the family.
The Town (2010)
Isn't this Boston insider mob theme stuff getting kind of old?
The Peanut Butter Falcon (2019)
I don't know
I don't know, I'm always wanting to trust the reviews, but it was so slow and hard to believe at times. But good acting by Zack Gottsagen!
4 Stars For Skeletor
I'm only giving 4 stars because of Skeletor (the dog) in the movie. The rest of it was pretty abysmal.
That's It, That's All. (2008)
Outstanding Scenery But Self-Aggrandizing A Little?
I basically felt like I was back at one of those Warren Miller promos with my high school buddies in Reno back in the day. The scenery was phenomenal but the dialogue, eck.
Not really feeling it
I'm sure it's terribly clever and artsy. I could appreciate the complexity of the graphics. But I just couldn't get into the story that much. Like some others said, it seemed really long. I definitely liked the original spider man movies better.
I think besides Hereditary, this is the worst movie I have ever seen. Never trusting ratings again, I fear.
I'm sure it was innovative and everything for its time. My gripe isn't with the cinematography or producer's ability so much as the story itself. What a depressing tale. Did Dante write this just to make people grovel and sink in despair over the fear of committing transgressions? I mean, here we see muses and Ulysses wallowing in hell, and I don't even understand why. For being human? I thought Dante's Inferno was some masterpiece about traveling through the different afterlifes, yes, but with a sense of hope and redemption. This just seemed like an abysmal personification of the most judgmental pastor's sermon I ever heard. I'm glad I didn't read the book!
Tristan + Isolde (2006)
Ooh, so delicate and nice.
I just love it when there are elements of love and honor and duty and sacrifice in the story. This one captures all that in a pretty gripping way.
Treasure Island (1990)
I agree with other dissenting voices. This wasn't that great, to me. It was just drawn out and not very captivating. I liked The Count of Monte Cristo and Pirates of the Caribbean films, but this just fell flat. Maybe if you have already read the book you'll get more out of it.
Only the Brave (2017)
Not what I thought it would be...
I appreciate the sacrifice these men made and feel saddened for their loss, but I just didn't care for all the braggadocio/machismo behavior in the movie. Also, it seemed so slowly paced. To me, Deepwater Horizon or United 93 seemed like better, more captivating depictions of this type of genre (real life tragedy I guess you'd call it?). The action scenes only took up a small fraction of the movie, and I couldn't even really understand what caused them to need to deploy like they did (unless I went to look it up on the internet). So I guess I was a little underimpressed.
17 Kids and Counting (2008)
Evidently no shame for contributing to overpopulation. Thankfully most people have a little more consideration. Demonstrates the lack of insight and devolvement of humankind that is concomitant with religious fanaticism.
The Pioneer Woman (2011)
It is really unpleasant to watch. It comes across as superficial and unlikable. I cannot think of anything that makes me desirous of the storyline in this host's show. Just seems pretentious and fake.
Positively The Worst Movie I Have Ever Seen...
I don't think I'm ever trusting ratings again. I feel cheated of my time and peace of mind. Total rubbish of a film.
Well, maybe I lack sophistication, but I thought it was a beautiful story and movie. The way it was interwoven with flashbacks and the present and engineered with dramatic and unforeseen elements really made it quite compelling. It demonstrated the depths of love in a very effective way that stayed with me long after it was over.
Van Helsing (2004)
Everything I could expect in a good movie
I don't know what is wrong with people, I personally thought Van Helsing was one of the best action/adventure movies I have ever seen. It's a very cohesive and engaging storyline, and the special effects and conflicts between the protagonists and antagonists are pretty riveting. The wittiness of Carl the aspiring monk is very crafty and amusing, and the Frankenstein monster, the way he is devised to be so horrific-looking yet benevolent at the same time, is quite disarming. Even the ending adds a unique twist to the story that makes it likable to me. The popular rating for this movie gives it the impression that that the movie is a bomb, but I think people aren't doing it justice personally.
Jon & Kate Plus 8 (2007)
Painful To Watch
I'm still trying to figure out what is so amazingly special about this show that makes it come on like 10+ times a day every day. To me, being within earshot of a program that has eight screaming kids and a histrionic mother is not something I care to endure endlessly as TLC would have it, much less for half an hour. Obviously, there is some psychological draw to this show though for the way it gets so much publicity and the way some people (like some that I know) flock to it without a second thought and gleefully disperse its earful of tensions to everyone else in the room. I really, really don't get it, but I guess that doesn't really matter as long as it sells.