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Pet Sematary II (1992)
Actually, rather good
I can't believe this absorbing piece of classic horror appears on the worst 100 list. This is an excellent tale of man's struggle against zombies. The acting is terrific and I really wish they made more movies like this.
Now, it's probably not quite as good as the original, but I'm not complaining. The only problem with this movie is the ridiculous teary ending when the faces of those who died are paraded on screen as if this was a war movie or the like. No, in horror movies you expect death of lead characters to occur and you don't feel sad when it happens.
Great viewing 9/10.
Unhappily Ever After (1995)
Better than most people think
Unhappily Ever After is my third favourite comedy behind the Simpsons and Malcolm in the Middle. Most people who don't like this show completely misinterpereted the humour and social comments that were made. Some of the material was VERY intelligent and not just sexual slapstick (which was also an important part of the show). Extremely well acted and written, a superb show.
Rock 'n' Wrestling (1985)
Rock 'n' Wrestling was fun entertainment for adults and children alike. Storylines were light and fluffy and great fun. There's no reason why a similar show made now with the latest WWF wrestlers couldn't work either. I'd watch it. Imagine Rock, Stone Cold, HHH, Kurt Angle and Undertaker in a cartoon together!
Getting Even with Dad (1994)
The movie starts in pretty interesting fashion when Macauley Culkin is deposited on the doorstep of his father, Ted Danson, just as he and his mates are preparing for a heist. However, the movie soon degenerates into "Home Alone" style antics as the young son brilliantly outsmarts his father time and time again. This all seems very familiar. Eventually the movie ends after nearly 2 1/2 hours of capers and disbelief. I wish they had of keeped the son out of it- police trying to 'get even' with the crooks sounds like a much better movie.
Artificial Intelligence: AI (2001)
An excellent idea for a movie, to have a robot boy attempting to be a human, but less than excellent execution make this a rather dreary viewing experience. Special effects are fine, acting is nice; if only they had explained the situation in more depth and more clearly, this would have a classic film. I'm still confused as to whether the robot boy's brother actually liked him or not. A shame that as good an actor that Haley Joel Osment is, he has still only been in one good film- "The Sixth Sense".