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Favorite Movies (In no order what so ever)
Halloween (Original: 1978)
American Pie II
Hello Mary Lou: Prom Night II
Into The Wild
Sarah T: Portrait of A Teenage Alcoholic
All The Right Moves
Evil Dead (Original: 1981)
Evil Dead (Remake: 2013)
Evil Dead II
Army Of Darkness
The Protector (Tony Jaa)
Die Hard III: With A Vengeance
Opera (Dario Argento)
Prince of Darkness
The Caine Mutiny
Trust (Clive Owen)
Romy & Michelle's High School Reunion
Return Of The Living Dead
Running Scared (Paul Walker)
Saving Private Ryan
Back To The Future
Eyes Wide Shut
New Police Story
Until Death (Jean-Claude Van Damme)
Nowhere To Run (Jean-Claude Van Damme)
Wake Of Death (Jean-Claude Van Damme)
Weekend At Bernie's
Bean: The Movie
The Girl Next Door (Elisha Cuthbert)
Jet Li's The Master
Secret Of My Success
The Sure Thing
Armour Of God
Zombie (Lucio Fulci)
Night Of The Living Dead (original)
Midnight In Paris
From Russia With Love
About A Boy
Born on The Fourth Of July
The Bourne Identity
Fist Of Legend
Casino Royale (Daniel Craig)
The Dark Knight
The Dark Knight Rises
Leaving Las Vegas
Jackie Chan's Who Am I
Halloween II (1981)
Pirates Of The Caribbean (The first one ONLY! The sequels suck)
Friday The 13th (Original)
Friday The 13th V: New Beginning
Friday The 13th VI: Jason Lives
Ferris Bueller's Day Off
Rambo: First Blood
Magic Of Belle Isle
Fear Strikes Out
Mission Impossible III
Mission Impossible IV
Lionheart (Jean-Claude Van Damme)
Can't Hardly Wait
Nightmare On Elm Street (Original)
Nightmare On Elm Street III: Dream Warriors
Wes Craven's New Nightmare
Dawn Of The Dead (Original)
Dawn Of The Dead (Remake)
Death Warrant (Jean-Claude Van Damme)
Once Upon A Time In America
It's A Wonderful Life
The Karate Kid (Original)
The Last Samurai
The Last Stand
Lethal Weapon III
Lethal Weapon IV
The Island (Michael Bay)
Dumb & Dumber
Escape From Alcatraz
Kill Bill Part 2
(Adding more later!)
Movies I Hate (In No order)
Zero Dark Thirty (Sorry. It bored me)
Beware Children At Play
Jason Goes To Hell
Shaolin Temple II
Jack & Jill
(More coming soon)
Favorite T.V Shows
Saved By The Bell
Saved By The Bell: The College Years
Two And A Half Men (Charlie Sheen only)
How I Met Your Mother
Garfield And Friends
Archie's Weird Mysteries
The Twilight Zone
Favorite Actors & Actresses (In No order)
Sean William Scott
Michael J. Fox
(I'll add more soon!)
Marcie, stay far away from me!
It's Queen Election time, where Cordelia is set to reign supreme. Unfortunately for Cordelia, a mysterious invisible force wreaks havoc on the school and Cordelia's friends. Cordelia has no choice but to turn to Buffy for help. I always enjoyed it when Buffy would battle other forces. This episode is not only creative but it takes advantage of the opportunities it has. Buffy's biggest foes are vampires, but how scary is battling something you can't see? This episode did a really good job of maximizing the minutes it had in this one to deliver a really good episode. You can see both sides. Being popular and non-popular can both be very lonely. When you're not popular, nobody really pays that much attention to you. When your popular, you have so much pressure to please everybody else and all the phonies that you can't really connect to the people you want to. Your always focusing on maintaining the facade. The last 10-15 minutes get quite dark and somewhat sadistic. It provides a powerful message that you shouldn't ignore people. You should always try to treat everyone equally.
Die Hard: With a Vengeance (1995)
McClaine is suspended from the NYPD and his life is in shambles. A man who calls himself Simon (Irons) wants McClaine back in action. It turns out Simon is actually Hans Gruber's brother. A Harlem store owner, Zeus Carver (Samuel L. Jackson) gets caught right in the middle of it, forcing Zeus and McClaine to team up and stomp bombs all over New York. This is the best sequel in the series by far. It's essentially a 'buddy, buddy' film, but a damn good one at that. It starts off like any typical buddy film. Zeus and McClaine don't see eye to eye and forced to team up under unique circumstances. What I loved about this sequel is that it strays away from the first two. he second sequel was a tad forced and overblown. This one felt genuine and that's probably because McTiernan was back direction in lieu of Renny Harlin. Some may get offended by the racism in this movie and I wouldn't blame you at all for that. I think it's done in clever fashion. Die Hard III did it in such a hilarious way, I can't help but laugh at it. The 'I hate Niggas" sign McClaine is forced to wear around his neck in this movie is classic! One thing that never disappoints in the Die Hard series is the action! There is a lot of stuff here to feed the adrenaline junkies. You can't go wrong with Willis and Jackson causing chaos and raising hell in New York. New York really added to the atmosphere here and made it feel more gritty. My only complaint is there are some lulls in the second half. Nothing that will ruin your experience, but it's noticeable. Bruce Willis is excellent as McClaine. He really seems motivated in this one. His character has nothing to lose in this one because he no longer has Holly and he's almost a full-blown alcoholic. It made him more of a loose cannon. Willis had some great lines and is a lot of fun to watch. He's the perfect anti-hero. Jackson is just as good as Willis. His intensity is off the charts and I relished every second he was on-screen. His chemistry with Willis is great. Jeremy Irons is very good for the most part, aside from the iffy accent. I enjoyed his rhymes.
Overall, this is truly a great sequel. It has plenty of laughs, plenty of action, and everything you could want in a sequel. Willis and Jackson make one of the greatest 'buddy' teams of all time as far as I'm concerned.
Zeus: You can stick your well-laid plan up your well-laid ass!
The Martian (2015)
I wasn't overly fussy about it to be honest...
During a manned mission to Mars, Astronaut Mark Watney is presumed dead after a fierce storm and left behind by his crew. But Watney has survived and finds himself stranded and alone on the hostile planet. With only meager supplies, he must draw upon his ingenuity, wit and spirit to subsist and find a way to signal to Earth that he is alive.
The Martian was a major disappointment for me. Mars looks fantastic and everything looks great, but I wasn't able to ever fully get into it like I wanted to. It never felt like Matt Damon was in any true danger to me despite how it was presented otherwise. It tries way too hard to be epic and that's one of the reason it fails. I also felt it lacked suspense. One thing Gravity did well was deliver suspense, but The Martian doesn't. This surprised me a lot because Ridley Scott is a master at suspense. Even though I didn't really go nuts over this movie like a lot of people did, Matt Damon is fantastic. He holds the film together with his excellent performance. I can't really say the same for the rest. Everybody else isn't developed that well. Jessica Chastain is a very capable actress, but she isn't given much to do as I'd hoped. Wiig, Daniels, Bean, Mara, Ejiofor all do fine in the roles they are given. Ejiofor and Mara shine the most out of the people I listed
This movie has its moments, but I was very disappointed overall. It looks great, Damon is superb, but I wasn't in love with it like so many others. Hopefully I'm not alone
American Ultra (2015)
I didn't expect to be so entertained
(Credit to Mr. Moiz)
Small-town stoner Mike Howell (Jesse Eisenberg) spends most of his time getting high and writing a graphic novel about a superhero monkey. What Mike doesn't know is that he was trained by the CIA to be a lethal killing machine. When the agency targets him for termination, his former handler activates his latent skills, turning the mild- mannered slacker into a deadly weapon. Now, the utterly surprised Mike must use his newfound abilities to save himself and his girlfriend from getting wasted.
This was far better than I expected. When my best friend wanted to see this, I wasn't sure what to fully think. The trailers looked average to me and I expected very little. Much to my surprise, this isn't your average stoner movie. This one has plenty of creativity. What really makes this movie is the able cast, especially the two leads. Jessie Eisenberg and Kristen Stewart play off one another beautifully and have terrific chemistry with each other. You're able to care about them and what they are going through. Topher Grace is an above average villain as well. For the action fans out there, I think you'll be pleased. There are enough explosions and fight scenes to satisfy.
This movie has a little bit of everything and plenty of creativity. It's a bit of a shame that this didn't make much noise in theaters because it deserved to. Not everyone will get the satisfaction I got out of it, but I recommend it highly
Unabashedly offensive, but surprisingly decent for a Franco film
I'm not overly familiar with Franco's work. I've only seen a couple of his movie. The story for this one is better than I expected with copious amounts of nudity and sex. I won't spoil everything, but this one takes the cake. I'm talking stuff like a cum-shot (Blink and you'll miss it) lesbianism, explicit crotch shots, hints of incest, grisly torture scenes, Satan worshiping in a church and lots more. Jess Franco is obviously trying very hard to be offensive and he managed to succeed with that a lot of the time as I couldn't believe my eyes at the dialog between one of the priests and a girl during this movie. I was also really impressed by how Franco managed to mirror the 1870's precisely. It was gorgeous to look at. My only true complaints about this movie are the crude dubbing and the talky pace at times.
This movie is certainly the best Franco movie I've seen thus far. It's talky at times, but never truly boring. There is more than enough absurdity to keep you interested.
Gossip Girl: Victor/Victrola (2007)
Heavy on the melodrama, but it really rings true
Serena and Dan finally come clean about being crazy about each other, despite that they come from opposite worlds. Dan is planning to consummate their romance and give his virginity to Serena. The plans are halted when Vanessa walks in on a make out session unannounced to try to hang out with Dan. Vanessa suggests candles as a way of impressing Serena, in his quest to make love to her. Chuck is considering investing in a strip-club to impress his Father. Jenny discovers some interesting information about her parents. Blair manages to coerce Jenny into telling her a secret about Nate. The secret is that Jenny kissed Nate by accident at the masked ball, after he thought she was Serena. Blair takes it personally and decides to disown her. Blair spills the beans to Nate and things get really awkward at the The Archibalds and Waldorf's dinner party because of it, leading to a break-up between the two. Meanwhile, Nate figures out his Father is doing drugs.
Normally, I dislike too much melodrama. This show is a rarity for me. It manages to engross me with it. That's because of the really strong writing. I've heard this show gets worse as it goes along from a couple of friends. I really hope that isn't the case. I'm addicted to the show! I'm watching until the end, no matter what. This episode delivers plenty of memorable things. I still think Nate is a bit to Vanilla" but he's starting to warm up to me a bit. His situation with his Father was rather powerful and I empathized with Nate. I'm not sure if I'll ever be "Team Nate" , but I may end up liking him after all. Chuck legitimately cracked me up. He can be so devious! I even felt a bit of a sympathy for him. It made me realize the parents are more immature than the kids! Last but not least, my favorite! Dan and Serena. I'm WAY too into them as a couple. Everything they do is gold to me, so I'm biased. There was a lot of realism between them. The pressure to lose virginity is all to common in life. I really felt for Dan in that situation. You get scared and want to slow things down, but then you realize you're in too deep. Serena was a complete sweetheart about the situation and I couldn't stop smiling with what she did at the end. The way Serena tells Dan about how nobody has ever looked at her like that made me melt. (I'm a guy, but I'm a romantic! I can't help it) As much as I love Penn Badgley, I'm envious because he gets Blake's kisses and those kisses look incredible. Rufus and Lily take a backseat here, but I'm digging their storyline. We even get a big hint with Chuck and Blair! I rather liked it. Vanessa doesn't have much to do but be a pain.
It started off a bit slowly, but really picks up steam quickly! I'm really interested to see what happens going forward. I checked this show out for Blake Lively! Now I'm hooked. There are a lot of possibilities going forward and I'm really intrigued. My only complaint was the lack of development for Vanessa.
San Andreas (2015)
Very entertaining for a disaster flick
Ray (The Rock), a rescue chopper-pilot, is having major family issues. He is not over the death of his daughter Mallory and he is still in love with his wife (Gugino), from whom he is separated from. Ray goes to spend some time with his daughter, Blake. (Daddario), but finds out his wife has moved in with her boyfriend Daniel (Gruffudd) . When A humongous Earthquake begins to hit California, Ray is forced to cancel his time with his daughter. Daniel takes his daughter instead. During the earthquake, Blake gets put in a very precarious position and Daniel abandons her. His wife gets put in serious danger as well. Ray must overcome all the obstacles to save his family.
I was pretty excited to see this movie. I've been a huge fan of The Rock's for years. Disaster movies can be hit or miss, but the trailers I saw looked pretty awesome. The story isn't anything special. It's pretty routine, but it gets the job done very efficiently. I got very attached to Ray's family. For something as simple as Disaster movie, that's a pretty big feat. Not only is the cast extremely talented, but the characters have some depth to them, despite a relatively ordinary script. The last 30 minutes are filled with genuine emotion and lots of suspense. I was really surprised by how much it kept me guessing. The ending toyed with my heart a bit and I was unsure of what was going to happen for once. This movie won't contend for academy awards, but it's a blast to watch. It's big, loud and I loved every minute of it. If you're an adrenaline junkie like I am, you won't be disappointed. The Rock has become a huge box office draw. This movie made a lot of money and he's earned it. He's become a very dependable leading man. I believed in his plight and I was with him every step of the way. Carla Gugino is great as the love interest. Daddario is really easy on the eyes, but a pretty good actress as well. She was strong-willed, but vulnerable as well. I thought she conveyed all emotions very well. She's going places. Johnstone-Burt and Parkinson are fantastic as Ben and Ollie. They are very likable as the Brothers. They provided laughs and became a big reason this movie was so entertaining. Paul Giamatti's role is kinda thin, but he was pretty solid.
I had a good time at the movies! It's one of the better disaster movies I've seen. I'm going through a really rough time right now. This movie provided me with a nice distraction. It's popcorn entertainment at its finest!
The Mechanik (2005)
A chore to sit through.
Nikolai Cherenko's family is killed in a gunfight by a drug-lord, "Sasha Popov" He stays away for a while and starts working as a mechanic. When he is offered a bunch of money to rescue somebody's daughter, Nikolai jumps at the chance when he learns Sasha is involved. This is another STV dud from Lundgren. The storyline is actually interesting, but it's executed poorly and I was pretty bored for a lot of the duration. There is action, but not nearly enough of it. It's dreary and cheap looking as well. Dolph actually plays a pretty badass character. He excels at anti-heroes, but will somebody please give him a decent script? I only recommend this to die-hard Dolph fans
Whatever It Takes (2000)
Nothing spectacular, but somewhat cute.
Credit to (Filmtwob) Ryan's dreams for catching the eye of the 'goddess of the high school hallway' has a chance of becoming true when her cousin (Chris) offers to make him a deal. All he has to do is help Chris to win the heart of his best friend, the beautiful enigmatic Maggie. This sparks off a damned cute comedy as 'boy helps boy to get girl'
I admittedly don't remember much about this one. I'm not all that familiar with Cyrano de Bergerac. I just know that this was apparently a modern version of it. I do remember that this was pretty cute. The cast had energy to spare and they seemed to have fun doing it. There is good eye candy for the gals and guys. Teens will love it and adults will find it slightly amusing or at least tolerable.
The Devil Rides Out (1968)
What's all the fuss about?
I love Hammer movies, I love Christopher Lee. With all the praise this movie gets, I was really looking forward to this movie. Shockingly, I was very disappointed. I actually thought it was rather dull at times and somewhat dated as well. There is some good atmosphere at times, but I never felt truly terrified or threatened. Maybe I've seen too many of these movies or something, but I wasn't all that effected by it. I also hate how people automatically deny that it's happening. It happens in way too many horror movies. The set designs are lavish as usual, for a Hammer movie. It was also fun to see Christopher Lee play a good guy as well. Robert Gray gives a chilling performance as a disciple. It was far from bad, just disappointing. This is the second Devil related Hammer film that I've been disappointed with. The first was "To the Devil a Daughter" This one is better than that movie, but it's nothing outstanding. Apparently, this is Lee's favorite film that he made. Why?