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Ice Age: The Meltdown (2006)
Nice but never really shines...
Much like the first Ice Age movie, IA2:M reuses the same jokes we've already seen and heard in different animated movies and TV shows. "Robots" was better in that area, in my opinion.
The plot, although very efficient and to the point, fell liked it lacked something, can't really point out what. Also, I think they needed to flesh-out some characters (Sid, especially) and sophisticate the script.
The animation is very good and has a unique style to it. The Scratt sequences made me enjoyed the most - has that old looney toons humor and feel. I think Scratt deserves a TV show of animation shorts.
All in all, a good rental for the whole family, but I wish Blue Sky would try to top themselves in the next one and not go on the safe side of toon town.
Pulp Fiction (1994)
Pure cinematic joy
Pulp fiction is just a film you can watch every year and still feel like it's the first time. I don't have much in life, but with movies like this my life seems a little more worth living :) .
Tarantino's a walking legend. He really know his work and how to give the viewer enjoyment to the max. From suspense to dark comedy and most important - a closure - one thing that many filmmakers aren't able to achieve.
I really hope Tarantino will continue making movies in the current time-spacing he does now. Every project of his is like a child to him, and children aren't something one would make every year.
This is just a filler line. I just don't have or need to add about this cool, slick and entertaining piece of cinema.
From Dusk Till Dawn (1996)
An amusing ride with one big loop!
Cool flick. I enjoyed it very much. If i wouldn't know there is a twist to it, I'd enjoyed it even more! Notice the guest appearances by some of the actors from Rodriguez's earliest work - Desperado. I thought Rodriguez used Cheech Marin too much times for playing different characters, but it worked pretty ok at the end.