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Note: You will find some CS episodes on this list, because the movies being reviewed on those episodes either are not on IMDB's main search engine, or no one has made a page on them.
Note: This list is only of films that have made theatrical releases. I have DTV films, TV films, and mini-series on a separate list.
I've organized my collection in order of release date; if a film is a sequel prequel, reboot, or spin-off, I'll put those films next to the original film/with the film series. With the movies, they are organized to film that were released in theatres, and film that were released on TV or video.
The Force is strong with this one.
I thought it would be wise to right a positive review on this movie after seeing all the negative ones all these internet trolls have posted.
After seeing the first teaser for Star Wars: Episode VII - The Force Awakens back in November of 2014, my expectations were at an all time high. As the months went on, and the trailers, TV spots, and merchandise came out afterward, my excitement of the 7th installment of my favorite film series of all time went up the same way it did when Episode III was being released.
Finally, opening night came, and I enjoyed the hell out of this movie. The characters, especially the new ones, were great and relatable, the humor was fantastic, the effects were amazing, the music is classic John Williams, and the classic characters returning from the Original Trilogy help make this a Star Wars movie.
It's worth the time, the money, the hype, the acclaim, the 94% on RottenTomatoes, and the by far 8.6 out of 10 on IMDb. And it deserves my rating of 10 out of 10.
The worst film I've ever seen in the theatre
This is the #1 that I fully regret seeing in in the cinema, and this is coming from someone who saw "Batman & Robin," "Kazaam," and "Inspector Gadget" on the silver screen, but I got what I was expecting from THOSE films. This film is like a Snickers bar filled with crap. like you'd never imagine.
He's the g0dd@mn summery of this travesty. A group of average everyday Americans get together in one place on a specific weekend, the next day, an alien invasion with cool looking special effect come down from the sky, beam a bunch of people up in their spaceships, the group try to escape and think of a way of taking down these b@stards, thus saving the rest of humanity. Did I get THAT? NOOOOOOOOO!!! What I get instead are characters which are mostly made up of selfish assholes, they stay in the same place for like 3/4 of the time the aliens are here, the stupider ones are the first to get killed faster than you can puke out your popcorn out after seeing the brain piercing parts, the aliens are TOO strong to take down with the military's full arsenal of soldiers, nukes, F-22s, and bazookas, and THE GODDAMN ALIENS WIN!!! Now, let me say that I love the film "Independence Day," because a group of interesting and different characters came together, quickly plan of a perfect way of taking down the aliens, AND SUCCEEDED! Humans have better things to do in this world than give up, lie down, and die. I should also state that the tag line on the poster says "Don't look up," and I agree with it. No one should EVER look up to the screen playing this piece of intergalactic poodoo. This film is just a pointless waste of time. BYW, in case none of you know, this is Part 1 of 2, and after what I saw, I can honestly tell that THAT'S never gonna f**kin' happen in a lifetime.
"Skyline" (or "SkyLIE" as I like to call it) gets a solid 1 star out of 10, but THAT'S giving it too much credit than it deserves.
X: First Class (2011)
X-Men: First Class
Many of you have heard them all; sequels, prequels, spin-offs, remakes, and reboots, but "X-Men: First Class" is something different: a refresh.
The best description of a refresh I can make is where the film makers take a film series, make a prequel type movie, but make a new continuity while putting in elements audiences can recognize from the original films. Producer Bryan Singer and company did a smart move with "X-Men: First Class," similar but different to what Christopher Nolan did with his Batman films. Even if you haven't seen any to all of the previous films, you won't be left in the dark.
Many people would say that 20th Century Fox and Marvel Comics refreshed the film series because the previous 2 films did not meet expectations (even though I like them), but I would agree that this film helped put the franchise back on course. Now I get why they meant when they said that "The Wolverine" won't really be a sequel to the 2009 film. I'm hoping the planned sequel in this new series will continue to give us the mutated goods.
Marvel has been pretty successful with their 2011 films so far. "Thor" was awesome, "X-Men: First Class" was genius, and I'm crossing my fingers for "Captain America: The First Avenger" I give "X-Men: First Class" a solid Roman numeral 10 (if you know what I mean).
A sequel that's more than meets the eye
I frackin' LOVE "Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen," about a hair more than the first film.
Why would anyone hate this film besides The Autobot Twins, the lack of Transformers, the annoyance of some of the human characters, and the length of 2 1/2 hours? I loved the story, I can feel what Sam is feeling throughout the film, the action is packed with more packing, and I understand that Michael Bay had the Twins act the way they do just to ad some culture. Also, why would you hate a film where Optimus Prime, leader of the heroic Autobots kicks more amounts of Decepticon @$$ than the first film? I wasn't disappointed in the first film, I wasn't disappointed in this film, and I'm very certain I won't be disappointed in the upcoming 3rd film, "Dark of the Moon." The Transformers film series remains as my 5th favorite film series of all time, and I will always cherish them in all my heart.
I give this film a solid 10 Autobot heads out of 10.
La leggenda del Titanic (1999)
Titanic: The Idiot's Tale
Dear lord, everything in this film is just a giant mess of stupidity. I'm mean "Titanic: The Legend Goes On..." was stupid, but it at least tried to have a story. This film has the intelligence of a film like "Garbage Pail Kids." There is NOTHING salvageable about this film. The story is disrespectful to the real sinking and the victims, almost everything is never explained, and sharks and a giant octopus were involved in planting the iceberg that sinked the Titanic? Excuse me, but I need to get my cellphone and call Bull****.
If anyone reading this needs any proof that this film is a titanic piece of animated crap, I recommend you see the review of this film by The Nostalgia Critic. You'll thank me later.