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GREAT - I loved the movie. I'll watch it over and over again.
GOOD - So much to like about the movie, it has its flaws but its minor.
OK - Some good stuff but some bad stuff.
BAD - Not anything good about it, but I'd probably be able to rewatch it.
HORRIBLE - I hated it. I won't ever rewatch it.
Paper Towns (2015)
Not as good as FIOS but its still a good film
Its a film with two leads who share excellent chemistry between one another. Though the sparks don't fly as high as the couple in FIOS. The script is good but not great. The leads give good performances but don't top the two leads performances in FIOS. However, I must admit that this is not Fault in Our Stars, it is Paper Towns and Paper Towns is not too bad. The concluding 40 minutes are stellar.
This film has heart and is a breezy summer film that will entertain teenage girls. Guys won't have much fun with this film, but this film wasn't even geared toward them anyway. This is a girl's movie with plenty for them to like.
Watch any other thing on Netflix!!! This is one to AVOID
I love most Netflix Original Shows... I loved 'Orange is the New Black' and 'Daredevil' and I hear that 'House of Cards' and 'lily hammer' and 'Hemlock Grove' and 'The Fall' and shows like those are good too.
So obviously I'm going to give 'Between' a chance. Big mistake. Lesson learned that just because Netflix has a lot of successes it can also have its flops, and this was one of them.
I watched the first two episodes of this show and this is what I saw...
Plot holes galore.
Bad scripting with laughable dialogue.
The story is one dimensional and boring.
Nothing makes sense.
Nothing makes sense.
Nothing makes sense.
Oh, and did I mention how bad the acting was?
The Incredible Hulk (2008)
Good effort but not great
I'd say that the film was excellent.... for the first 30 minutes up until the point in which Hulk first see's Liv Tyler's Betty Ross.
The performances are excellent... Edward Norton is an excellent Bruce Banner, plus Tim Roth and William Hurt are outstanding in supporting roles.
And then theirs Liv Tyler... the worst actress in a Marvel film. Not only is her character absolutely one note and useless, Liv Tyler's performance doesn't make matters better. She's unbelievable, and wooden. I wanted to knock myself unconscious whenever she had screen time. She did nothing whatsoever to contribute, and only pumped out wooden dialogue one after another.
The visual effects are top notch. The final battle scene between Hulk and the Abomination is eye popping and well designed and crafted. Virtually all of Hulk's scenes stand out. His facial expressions are breathtakingly realistic.
The script works and then doesn't. It fails to provide an emotional pull as well as generally having a lack of character development. It works best with dialogue, and introducing characters, but fails to do anything with them afterward.
As I stated previously the first 40 minutes of The Incredible Hulk is top notch. It is emotional, it is satisfying. It is good.
Some bits work, others don't. Its not great. But at least it isn't formatted like 2003's Hulk was.
The Fosters: Metropolis (2014)
I should have reviewed all the episodes but being lazy, didn't Just watched this one so, I decided to finally review one.
This episode is well set up, well characterized. And somewhat enjoyable. It keeps you interested. You learn more about the characters. It's sad, exciting, scary, thrilling. All in one.
Great episode of The Fosters! It was solid entertainment!
Brandon must have been the best part of this episode. You feel his jealousy of Wyatt and Callie.
Plus, I enjoyed the hole side thing with Jesus and the girl. Of course I don't get how it got to that point but it did.
The Walking Dead: Live Bait (2013)
Solid episode, with great character development.
This was an excellent episode of the walking dead, which solely features The Governor, and Ricks Group and the Prison are completely absent. This episode perfectly develop what's happened to the Governor sents he shot all his men. I felt this was a very emotionally solid episode with crisp writing and a great introduction to a bundle of new cast members I found this episode to be entertaining and exciting. This is one of my favorite episodes of The Walking Dead I've seen this season. Great production values and plenty of gore! The cast gives out wonderful performances, and the little girl is truly adorable. The character development tells just how much The Governor has changed sense the shoot out. I guess The Walking Dead hasn't lost their skills with their writing as they do have some decent twist here and there. Check this episode out!
The Michael J. Fox Show: Neighbor (2013)
Michael J. Fox is a good actor but his show isn't so good.
I don't know, I just disliked this. It's only 50%. Not a fresh sow rotten. The acting is only mediocre. Michael J. Fox try's hi best but his acting abilities have somewhat faded The scrip for this episode was horribly weak. The show has no jokes what so ever, and every time the episode tried to crack a joke, the joke just fell flat. Michael J. Fox should stick to voicing the lead in animated films as that's what he's best at during the current moment. The cast is bland at best, and the plot is just held together by a string, and nothing comes off as interesting. The characters themselves are lame and Juliette Goglia's character, Eva who is Michael J. Fox's daughter comes off as an annoying jerk, who is just unlikable. Altogether, the show just feel off, and un-necessary. I truly fell this show should just be pulled, not worth wasting time on this one. Michael j. Fox is trying but this show isn't the one to do that with.
Modern Family: Baby on Board (2012)
Not a bad episode, good.
This was a pretty decent episode. I liked the on going relationship of gay couple, Cam, and Mitchel, it was great, you really understand there feelings. We also got a better character in, Haley Dunphy. She had good development altogetehr int his episode. There was this one thing i found a fail, and it was Alex's date to prom, a gay guy who doesn't know he's gay. It was extremely forced and very weird. I found when the Hispanic people were arguing int he hospital, funny. I donno why it just felt like Cam, and Mitchel were thrown into a Spanish soap opera. It was funny to me. Altogether a decent episode, not bad ending to the season. This is now the second episode of Modern Family that i have watched. Too bad we didn't get much from the other characters in this episode.
Modern Family: Pilot (2009)
Not bad, kinda funny. Ty Burrell is the star of the show!
This show has been on the air for about 4 years now, and i had not seen a single episode until i watched the pilot on demand today. And my thoughts, i think it's funny, the scripts are decent,and while the plot is all over the place and there are a bit to many cast members i thinks it's a decent show. Ty Burrell is the star of the cast. His acting is funny, and his character lovably childish and silly. My favorite scene from the episode is that of when he accidentally shoots his son on the hand and then shoots Sarah Hyland's boyfriend and then himself. It was hilarious. I loved it. The show also has a gay couple, which i feel was a good addition, i mean it's different, and different is good. This show also has a Hispanic family with a wife who marries an old guy, which i felt was pushing it but in the end it all worked out. I think they could have done better to cut Ariel Winter's character as she has little use to the cast and there's already so many characters. I just feel this show has an excellent script and will probably have many good episodes out there! i'll have to rent the rest! A success!
The Neighbors: September Fools (2013)
So-So. Kinda clever episode.
OK, so i never really liked 'The Neighbors' to begin with but it had been a year sense i last saw the show so i watched an episode. So i have to admit this is a step-up from the episode i had viewed last year, believe me. The scripting was OK, not that great not to bad. You know so-so. the jokes, they're few. but i did find a plot twist or two int here. I did find the September Fools Jokes funny for the most part. And it seems the cast are having fun in this episode. The idea's pretty original, to me. For the most part the episode was so-so. It was only OK. And was it only me or is Ian Patrick's character really, really annoying to listen too? That guy makes me wanna punch him for no reason, he just irritates me. The side story with the Chinese kid going to drop off his soul mate was OK, not anything great but sets up for farther interesting episodes with himself, his girlfriend, and his soulmate, so i'm up for it. Not to good, still surprised the show's still airing. Got some interesting ideas but starting to wear off greatly , as episodes pass. Maybe int he future i'll watch another episode.
Excellent! Entertaining, Funny, sharp voice acting, and excellent animation! Never bores.
I usually don't watch 'The Simpsons' but i somehow found this episode on demand for free and sense i didn't have anything else to watch i turned this on. And surprisingly this is pretty good actually. While the opening dragged when they got onto the first story which makes fun of 'The Cat in the Hat' things get funny. I donno why but i found it well timed and just pretty clever. What with all the rhyming even though at times i couldn't understand what Bart and Lisa were saying but that was only a minor issue. The second story was with Bart getting his head cut off and having it put on Lisa's body. While i found this one a bit less thought out it wasn't horrible, and was pretty entertaining. The last story was this thing about circus freaks and to em that one was the best. Homor was excellently funny and that part was wells scripted. Loved the ending segment funny as heck. The animation and voice work as always was excellent, and the jokes weren't to bad. I will have to watch another episode of 'The Simpsons' not a bad show after all!