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One of the most spectacular threequels I have ever seen and a perfect conclusion to the outstanding trilogy.
I really enjoyed watching Transformers 3 and the Dark of the Moon with my little brother along with these two girls I invited to see the movie with us in Real D 3-D today.
I was rather bored but still interested in what was going on with the characters during the first half of the movie.
The only things I loved during the first half of the movie were the action scenes and Sam acting hilarious at times.
Once that twist came in the movie became awesome for me and I loved it from there and all the way till after the post credit scene in the end credits.
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley was great and good-looking as Carly Spencer but I did not like the way that Micheal Bay introduced her in the beginning of the movie because it felt very disrespectful and perverted and Ken Jeong was So ANNOYING. He should have just gave Sam info about the stuff going on in a normal way before being shot by Laserbeak.
Overall I thought Transformers 3 and the Dark of the Moon was one of the most spectacular threequels I have ever seen and a perfect conclusion to the outstanding trilogy.
Diary of a Wimpy Kid (2010)
Diary of a Wimpy Kid
Diary of a Wimpy Kid
Release Dates: Friday March 19, 2010
Andrade JR. II Rating: 5 stars
Movie review written by Hector Fernando Andrade JR. II
On Friday March 19, 2010 my mom, my little brother and I went to see the 7:05 P.M movie presentation of Diary of a Wimpy Kid.
I am a fan for the books and I also auditioned for the role of Greg Heffley for Diary of a Wimpy Kid.
At first I was worried about the choices of the cast and the humor Diary of a Wimpy Kid was aiming for but as I was watching Diary of a Wimpy Kid I felt really entertained and I was having a whole new, bright, charming, witty, level of fun.
The story is based on the first book and instantly appealing, good, funny and charming.
The cast is energic and creamy and all the acting from all the actors in Diary of a Wimpy Kid is alive, witty and fantastic.
Thor Freudenthal's direction as the director for Diary of a Wimpy Kid stays true to the books and it is fun.
The animated visuals are cool and great to see come to animated life.
Overall I loved It, my mom, my little brother also loved it. Every fan of the books and even adutioners for the role of Greg Heffley for Diary of a Wimpy Kid is going to love it. I thought Diary of a Wimpy Kid was an A+ excellent, good, memorable, funny and charming movie. I give Diary of a Wimpy Kid two thumbs up and the score of 90 out of 100 and I hope you enjoy Diary of a Wimpy Kid, so enjoy the movie, enjoy Diary of a Wimpy Kid.
The Night At The Museum 2 and The Battle Of The Smithsonian Institution
On Saturday May 23, 2009 my mom and my little brother and my friend and I went to The Movie Theather to go see the 7:05 P.M. movie presentation of The Night At The Museum 2 and The Battle Of The Smithsonian Institution. The Night At The Museum 2 and The Battle Of The Smithsonian Institution is a 2009 American adventure comedy film and the sequel to the American adventure comedy film The Night At The Museum. The Night At The Museum 2 and The Battle Of The Smithsonian Institution stars Ben Stiller, Owen Wilson, Robin Williams, Amy Adams, Rami Malek, Hank Azaria, Alain Chabat, Bill Hader, Ricky Gervais, Christopher Guest, Steve Coogan, and the voices of Kevin Jonas, Joe Jonas and Nick Jonas. The Night At The Museum 2 and The Battle Of The Smithsonian Institution was released in theaters on May 22, 2009, and is rated PG for mild action and brief language and so we got our four movie tickets and got our Popcorn and our drinks of Coca-Cola and we went into The Movie Theather and sat in our seats with our Popcorn and our drinks of Coca-Cola and watched The Night At The Museum 2 and The Battle Of The Smithsonian Institution.
Story: Movie screenplay writers Robert Ben Garant and Thomas Lennon confirmed to Dark Horizons that they were writing a sequel to Night at the Museum, originally with a tentative title Another Night at the Museum. The writers said that "there'll be existing characters and plenty of new ones." 20th Century Fox announced that the sequel, now titled Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian, is scheduled for a Memorial Day weekend release on May 22, 2009. Ben Stiller, Robin Williams, and Dick Van Dyke will return for the sequel (although this later turned out to be false), with Shawn Levy back in the director's chair, and it will be the first major Hollywood feature to be filmed at the Smithsonian in Washington, D.C.. It is largely being filmed in Vancouver. Due to the nature of the complex story more historical figures are involved, such as Amelia Earhart, who will be portrayed by Amy Adams. A new villainous pharaoh will be played by Hank Azaria, who confirmed the return of Owen Wilson, Ricky Gervais, and Steve Coogan.The film was confirmed as shooting a scene at the Lincoln Memorial on the night of May 21, 2008. It was also shooting a scene at the American Museum of Natural History in New York on the nights of the eighteenth and twentieth of August 2008 where a red airplane could be seen. The story of The Night At The Museum 2 and The Battle Of The Smithsonian Institution goes like this: Larry Daley (Ben Stiller) now owns Daley Devices, a company that manufactures his inventions. He finds that the Museum of Natural History is closed for upgrades and renovations, and the museum pieces are moving to the Federal Archives at the Smithsonian Institution at Washington, D.C.. On the last night, Larry meets the museum pieces such as Theodore Roosevelt (Robin Williams), Rexy and Dexter the Monkey and finds out that several exhibits, including Teddy, Rexy, the Easter Island Head, and Akmennrah (Rami Malek) are not moving to The Smithsonian Institution - the other exhibits will no longer be animated. Larry then gets a call from Jedediah (Owen Wilson), saying that Dexter stole the tablet, and that Kah Mun Rah (Hank Azaria), Akmenrah's older brother, is attacking them. Larry takes a plane to Washington and visits the National Air and Space Museum, the National Gallery of Art and the Smithsonian Castle to find the Federal Archives with the help of his son Nick (Jake Cherry). Larry sneaks into the archives and locates the exhibits, frozen in the middle of a battle with Kah Mun Rah and his troops. Larry got hold of the Tablet of Arkmenrah, just when the sun sets and all the exhibits come alive again. Kah Mun Rah and his troops take the Tablet from Larry, and he tells Larry that bringing the exhibits to life is only one of the tablet's powers - he intends to use it to raise an army from the underworld and conquer the world. Larry escapes with the help of General Custer (Bill Hader) and meets Amelia Earhart (Amy Adams), who is thrilled at the prospect of adventure and accompanies Larry. Meanwhile, Kah Mun Rah recruits Al Capone (Jon Bernthal), Ivan The Terrible (Christopher Guest) and Napoleon Bonaparte (Alain Chabat) to help him capture Larry in return for sharing the world with him when he conquers it. Custer is locked up with the other exhibits from the Museum of Natural History, and while he conceives a poor plan of attack, Jedidiah and Octavious sneak out to help Larry. Larry and Amelia are captured and taken to Kah Mun Rah. Kah Mun Rah attempts to activate the tablet to open the gates of the underworld by pressing the symbols on the tablet, but discovers that the combination has been changed. Kah Mun Rah orders Larry to decipher the tablet's riddle and figure out the new combination before sunrise, and traps Jedidiah in an hourglass to hasten his attempts.
Marley & Me (2008)
Marley and Me
On Saturday Janurary 10 2009 my mom and my little brother and I went to The Movie Theater to go see the 7:30 P.M. movie presentaion of Marley and Me. Marley and Me is a 2008 American dramedy film directed by David Frankel. The screenplay by Scott Frank and Don Roos is based on the memoir of the same title by John Grogan and so my mom and I got our two Movie tickets and our popcorn and our drinks of Coca-Cola and went into the movie theather of cinema 7 and sat down in our seats with our popcorn and our drinks of Coca-Cola and watched Marley and Me. Movie screenplay writers Scott Frank and Don Roos retell the true story adventures that author John Grogan and his family had with their yellow Labrador Retriever dog Marley. The Story of Marley and Me goes like this Soon after their wedding, John Grogan (played by Owen Wilson) and Jenny Grogan (played by Jennifer Aniston) escape the brutal Michigan winters and relocate to a cottage in southern Florida, where they are hired as reporters for competing newspapers. At The Palm Beach Post, Jenny immediately receives prominent front-page assignments, while at the South Florida Sun-Sentinel, John finds himself writing obituaries and two-paragraph articles about mundane news like a fire at the local garbage dump. When John senses Jenny is contemplating motherhood, his friend andco-worker Sebastian Tunney suggests the couple adopt a doto see if they're ready to raise a family. From a litter of newborn yellow labrador retrievers they select Marley (named after reggae singer Bob Marley), who immediately proves to be incorrigible. They bring him to Ms. Kornblut, who firmly believes any dog can be trained, but even she gives up and expels Marley from her class. Editor Arnie Klein (played by Alan Arkin)offers John a twice-weekly column in which he can discuss the fun and foibles of everyday living. At first stumped for material, John realizes the misadventures of Marley might be the perfect topic for his first piece. Arnie agrees, and John settles into his new position. Marley continues to wreak havoc on the household, providing John with a wealth of material for his column, which becomes a hit with readers and helps increase the newspaper's circulation. Jenny becomes pregnant, but loses the baby early in her first trimester. She and John travel to Ireland for a belated honeymoon, leaving the rambunctious dog in the care of a young woman who finds him impossible to control, especially during the frequent thunderstorms that plague the area. Soon after returning from their vacation, Jenny discovers she is pregnant again, and this time she delivers a healthy boy, Patrick. When she has a second son, Connor, she opts to give up her job and become a stay-at-home mom, and the couple decides to move to a larger house in the safer neighborhood of Boca Raton. John and Jenny welcome a daughter, Colleen, to their family. John celebrates his 40th birthday. Increasingly disenchanted with his job, he decides to accept a position as a reporter with The Philadelphia Inquirer with Jenny's blessing, and the family moves to a farm in rural Pennsylvania. Life is idyllic until the aging Marley begins to show signs of slowing down. When it becomes clear surgery will not help his debilitating condition, the family must prepare themselves for life without their beloved pet.Marley's stomach twists and he is taken to the vet. The first time this happens, he is all right. But when it happens again, it is time to let Marley go. John is with him when he is put to sleep, and Jenny stays home to watch the kids. The movie ends with the Grogans burying Marley in the backyard, and John Grogan looks back on his memories, and realizes what Marley taught him: that a dog doesn't care if you're rich or poor. If you give him your heart, he'll give you his. The Story of Marley and Me is touchingly told. The Acting from all the actors in Marley and Me Owen Wilson- Jennifer Aniston - Eric Dane- Alan Arkin - Haley Hudson - Haley Bennett - Kathleen Turner and Nathan Gamble is very new and magical. Director David Frankel direction in Marley and Me is fantastic The visuals are are awesome The music by Theodore Shapiro is great, and my mom and my little brother and I reely liked The Meesage in Marley and Me which is about the bonding that your pets bring to you and to your family what a clear and simple message . Marley and Me has won "The Turly Moving Picture Award" and my Mom and my little brother and I really Liked Marley and Me. Marley and Me is one of those movies Just like Edward Scissorhands that are simple, funny, gorgeous, sad, and sweet, perfect for playing over and over again I think that Marley and Me is an A+ perfect Oscar-worthy 10 stars excellent funny charming and touching movie I give Marley and Me two thumbs up and the score of 70 out of 100 and I hope you enjoy Marley and Me
Spider-Man 3 (2007)
On Sunday May 6 2007 My Mom and My Little Brother and I and Our Friends Went To The Movie Theather To Go Watch Spider-Man 3. I Am Now 12 Years Old and So My Mom and My Little Brother and I and My Friend's Older Brother and My Friend Went Into The Movie Theather and Paid and Got Our Movie Tickets and Our Popcorn and Our Drinks Of Coca-Cola and Went To The Movie Theather and Watched Spider-Man 3 and As It Turns Out Spider-Man 3 Was Another Good Movie and We All Really Like Spider-Man 3 We Really Liked The Message In Spider-Man 3 The Message In Spider-Man 3 Is About The Danger Of The Sin Of Pride and Revenge and Redemtion and About Finding Hope and Learning Forgivness and To See What It Is To Have Friends In All Of Our Lives. What A Geuius Message. This Is The Frist Movie We Saw With Thomas Haden Church and Topher Grace I Know Topher Grace A Little Bit From His T.V. Show Role As Eric Forman In " That 70s Show " and Bryce Dallas Howard and James Cromwell and The Geuius Cast Of New Characters Just like EveryThing In Spider-Man Was A 100% Geuius and EveryThing In Spider-Man 2 was 100% Geuius EveryThing In Spider-Man 3 Is Also 100% Geuius. We All Had A Geuius Good Time Watching Spider-Man 2 At The Movie Theather With Popcorn and A Drink Of Coca-Cola. Spider-Man 3 Is A 100% Geuius Movie I Think That Spider-Man 3 Is another A+ Oscar-Worthy 10 Stars Excellent Blockbuster SuperHero Movie and I Give Spider-Man 3 Two Thumbs Up and The Score 92 Out Of 100 and I Hope You Enjoy Spider-Man 3 So Enjoy The Movie Enjoy Spider-Man 3
Spider-Man 2 (2004)
On Monday June 30 2004 My Mom and My Little Brother I went To Go See Spider-Man 2 At The Movie Theather For My Friend's Brithday Party. I Am Now 9 Years Old. So My Mom and My Little Brother and I and My Friend's Older Brother and My Friend Went Into The Movie Theather and Paid and Got Our Movie Tickets and Our Popcorn and Our Drinks Of Coca-Cola and Went To The Movie Theather and Watched Spider-Man 2 and As It Turns Out Spider-Man 2 Was Another Good Movie and We All Really Like Spider-Man 2 We All Thought that The Acting was Once Again 100% Geuius and Impressive and Realalistic and There was More Action and Action Scenes In Spider-Man 2 and That Impressed EveryBody In The Movie Theather and The Special Effects Of Spider-Man and Of Doctor Octopus In The Action Scenes Are 100% Geuius and Impressvive and Realalistic and We Really Liked The Message In Spider-Man 2 The Message In Spider-Man 2 Is "Sometimes To Do Whats Right We Have To Be Steady and Give Up The Thing We Want The Most Even Our Dreams" What A Geuius Message. This Is The Frist Movie We Saw With Alfred Molina and The Geuius Cast Of New Characters Just like EveryThing In Spider-Man Was A 100% Geuius Everything In Spider-Man 2 Is Also 100% Geuius. We All Had A Geuius Good Time Watching Spider-Man 2 At The Movie Theather and What better Way To Spend A Friend's Brithday Party Then By Going To The Movie Theather and Go Watch Spider-Man 2 With Popcorn and A Drink Of Coca-Cola. Spider-Man 2 Is A 100% Geuius Movie I Think That Spider-Man 2 Is another A+ Oscar-Worthy 10 Stars Excellent Blockbuster SuperHero Movie and I Give Spider-Man 2 Two Thumbs Up and The Score 92 Out Of 100 and I Hope You Enjoy Spider-Man 2 So Enjoy The Movie Enjoy Spider-Man 2.