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Batman: The Killing Joke (2016)
It's a good movie but not great...
This was a entertaining Batman animated film, having been and probably the only animate Batman film with an R rating from the MPAA and also the last time Mark Hamill will voice the Joker, so I was excited to see this nonetheless specially when I saw the previews for it.
Also, I can't compare it to the original graphic novel because I have not read that, but this film is very dark and is not lighthearted, this was not the same as the Television series containing blood, and profanity (in the TV series when someone is punched in the face a white flash is shown so it is not directly shown, in this film however it is shown fully), the story is very interesting and holds your attention, but there is some things i didn't like.. what I didn't like about the film is how after Barbara Gordan is shot by the Joker she is barely seen afterward...also I did not like the ending where it just shows Batman and the Joker laughing...
But the story was well done and was animated well with lots of fluid animation. The voice acting was really well done especially for Mark Hamill who can still do the Joker voice after all these years (he even has the ability to sing in the Joker voice lol which shows she is really talented.
This was a good movie overall but it was not great.
I give Batman: The Killing Joke a 6/10
The Boy Who Could Fly (1986)
A great film!
I had randomly found this rare gem of a film here on IMDb while looking randomly through movies. This is a wonderful film that I really enjoyed. It is a older film though from 1986, so maybe some people from today's generation won't like it as much but I sure know that I did! It tells the story of a girl named Milly who notices that her next door neighbor Eric Gibb can fly! The movie has wonderful acting from Jay Underwood (Eric Gibb) and Lucy Deakins (Milly), the supporting cast did a good job too including Fred Savage. The special effects for the flying sequences are well done for 1986.
I really enjoyed this film and hope it gets released on Blu-ray soon, because it is a wonderful movie that will make your spirits soar high!
I give 'The Boy Who Could Fly' a 7/10.
Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1992)
The original Buffy...is the worst Buffy...ugh.
The original Buffy the Vampire Slayer film starring Miss Kristy Swanson is a dud of a film...in many ways.
All the girls including Buffy have valley girl accents, which ruins it for me, I can see quite clearly why Joss Whedon wanted this changed for the Television series. It just doesn't work here. Also the story line is flat and uninteresting and just plain boring. I really didn't like this film, but I watched it anyway because I am a big fan of the TV series starring Sarah Michele Geller.
I wish i didn't see this film but I bought the DVD just so I could complete my Buffy DVD collection.
I give Buffy the Vampire Slayer a 3/10
This was a cute and funny episode where Caroline gets a Lamborghini Aventador Roadster for her birthday, only to find out that she can't keep it and Max ends up driving to the Hamptons. Well, they get the Lamborghini Aventador Roadster car stuck in the sand and they try to get it out which they eventually do succeed.
The acting is really well done especially from Beth Behrs (Caroline Channing), who is very very dramatic in this episode.
There are a ton of pop culture references in this episode, everything from "Jaws" to "Back to the Future" and several more. The jokes are really funny and will keep you laughing throughout the whole episode.
I give '2 Broke Girls: And the Past and the Furious' a 10/10
A Home of Our Own (1993)
This was a very good movie that I enjoyed. It is about a mother who doesn't have much money but she has six kids and works hard. The story is real and touching, that could happen to anyone.
Both Kathy Bates and Edward Furlong did an outstanding job in their roles. Actually, everyone did.
The story was well told very well and had a lot of heartfelt realism to it. The film shows that If you work hard then you can achieve your dreams.
If you want a honest family drama, then please see this movie, it is so worth your time!
I give 'A Home of Our Own' a 7/10
This episode is the twelfth episode of the first season and it was really funny and was about how Caroline tries to sell her gold TAT rings because Max's stove breaks down. In the end Caroline does sell he rings and Max is overjoyed because she and Caroline got a new stove.
The writing for this episode was really well done and had me laughing different times. It was directed by Fred Savage who had also directed a couple other episodes that made me laugh lol.
All the actors did a really good god at their roles and the episode was really put together well.
I give '2 Broke Girls: And the Pop-Up Sale' a 10/10
The Sandlot (1993)
This movie was really terrible!
When people ask me of a really bad movie that has terrible dialog and acting, I think of The Sandlot.
I remember watching this in school and i just did not like it. At all. The acting is very unprofessional and the music makes my ears bleed. The script is really poorly written with tons of cheesiness to the lines. Yes I know the film has a PG rating but that's still no excuse for the bad script. Why oh why did the creators have to make TWO more sequels to this turd of a film? They had The Sandlot playing at my video store and hearing it on the television screen made me hate it even more. Ugh.
The fact that James Earl Jones aka the voice of Darth Vader from Star Wars is in this makes it even worse! Run away from this film please! I give The Sandlot a 1/10
I liked it!
Breakout was a great movie! It had a interesting story line to it where Jack (Brendan Fraser) breaks out of prison to save his two kids Jen (Holly Deveaux) and Mikey (Christian Martyn) from being killed by a huntsman Tommy Baxter (Dominic Purcell) and his mentally challenged brother Kenny Baxter (Ethan Suplee).
I had rented this because the DVD cover box looked interesting and the trailer was neat. The acting was really professional especially from Brendan Fraser and Ethan Suplee. The story really kept you on the edge of your seat the entire time.
Unfortunately, the film is only on DVD and not Blu-ray but that is OK. I'm glad I saw it. It doesn't deserve the poor rating here on IMDb.
I give 'Breakout' a 6/10.
Gurappurâ Baki (1994)
Great short film!
Grappler Baki is a great short anime film about a man named Baki Hanma who goes up against various opponents and even defeat a man who beats his enemy's by pulling out their Jugular veins. I really enjoyed it. The art is really well done for 1994 and the voice acting is good too.
It is based on a forty two volume manga series by Keisuke Itagaki which I have never read, and there is a TV series called Baki the Grappler that is licensed by FUNimation.
Be sure to see this if you can, that is, if you like martial arts and lots of action with blood.
I give Grappler Baki a 7/10
My First Anime! :D
This was my very first Anime I ever saw! I had rented this from Blockbuster Video and I loved it! It was on VHS but i didn't care. lol it was funny, dramatic and animated! and it had great animation too! Buy this anime if you can it will make you giggle non-stop. There is a sequel called Geobreeders 2: Breakthrough which was made in 2000, which i love as equally as much! The voice acting is top-notch and the animation i s fluid and well done. And it has amazingly awesomely cool music too! This is a true classic of an anime that you can't miss! So please be sure to pick it up for your collection!
I give Geobreeders a 7/10.