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Final Destination 3 (2006)
FINAL DESTINATION 3 has been called the best movie from all 3, I beg to differ in so many senses.
THINGS THEY COULD AND SHOULD HAVE CHANGED: -The movie IMMEDIATELY starts with the main character, Wendy Christensen having weird feelings about the roller-coaster and the pictures she takes.
-She takes one picture and a second after she looks at it and thinks something is wrong with the picture (Most of us don't even look at the pictures like that, is just a picture).
-*Ridiculous stuff* An airflow happens and Wendy and the other main character, Kevin Fischer, feel that something is going to happen (IS JUST AN AIRFLOW!!! Nobody has bad feelings from it!)
-The clues on the pictures are EXTREMELY exaggerated and hidden to know, you can't think of any clues if you really see it. (Take one of your friends, look at everything and you could come up with thousands of clues in that case)
-Most of the deaths are way too elaborated, example: The tanning bed scene.
-There are too many characters to be killed (Do I really need to bring up that Asian girl Perry???...Seriosuly, why is she in the movie???) and so, you only know of them on their death scene, that's the only function they have, examples: Julie, Ashley, Ashlynn, PERRY! (Julie didn't have relevance until the end of the film)
-The movie's ONLY strong point: The deaths, not the way the characters should defeat death (Think of FINAL DESTINATION 2)
THE BRIGHTSIDE: -The use of visual effects and a lot more impressive deaths (Some of them too disturbing if you ask me)
-Hey, they had Alexz Johnson and Chelan Simmons!
-The unexpected ending
-The use of the pictures as clues was a really good idea.
I think that the only reason you would want to watch FINAL DESTINATION 3 is because of the deaths, not the movie itself, the resolution and develop of it is pretty much as the first FINAL DESTINATION. Go and watch the movie if you liked the previous two AND if you like gore.
Land of the Dead (2005)
I was very...very...VERY disappointed with this movie. I had so high expectations with this movie after "Dawn Of The Dead" (2005) that this...for me is pure trash.
-The movie immediately starts with a developed after-infected world, zombies and humans are living in the same region but separated, and the humans live in some sort of mall like nothing is going on instead of moving somewhere else???...hello?!?!?! -Zombies ARE NOT SUPPOSED TO HAVE INTELLIGENCE!!!, in this movie the zombies DO have intelligence and that really takes them off their characteristic.
-Now, in previous zombie movies the word "zombie" is never said, in this movie it is said like 30 times!!! -The gore effects are way way WAY too much and way too surreal, way too much blood.
-Ok, now, the "leader zombie" drives me crazy 'cause he looks so dumb!!! I mean, when he angrily screams looks stupid, when he tries to figure out how to use the gun looks stupid...
-The ending is so stupid!!! It kinda makes you feel like everything is over even when the zombies are still alive.
-And, above all, what was the plot of the movie??? The zombies suddenly trying to get to the humans???...out of nowhere???
-Oh, and just so you know, the movie IS NOT SCARY!!!
The movie is NO WHERE NEAR GOOD, is one of those movies you see once and you don't want to see again. I don't to who recommend this film, I guess to Romero's fans.
Turbo: A Power Rangers Movie (1997)
This is not a movie...
This is not exactly a sequel from "Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers: The Movie" from 1995 'cause it doesn't follow the events that took place on the film, this is more like a 90 min. long episode to start the 5th season of the series (The Turbo era). In fact, if you don't see this film and see the rest of the season you wouldn't be able to figure out how everything started.
I don't hate the movie that much, I just hate the fact that it is a movie. This is, like I said, more like a 90 min. long episode. The movie could have easily been left out and make the storyline a III parts episode. Unlike the first film, this movie follows the rest of the series, it is set in the same universe with the same people, with the same sets, with the same suits...(Unlike the first film in which everything was different).
Personally I highly recommend this film ONLY and EXCLUSIVELY to Power Rangers' followers, NOT to the general audience.
Big Brother 3 (2005)
This proves that "sequels" can be good!
After two successful seasons back in the year 2002 and 2003, after more than a year off. Big Brother 3R comes back with brand new things. A brand new house, brand new host, brand new challenges. We meet 17 strangers early on February with a lot of variety (Including a Spanish guy and a Brazilian girl). By far, the second best season (after 2nd Season) from Big Brother Mexico.
The only damn thing that made this season not so important was that it only lasted 65 days (Unlike 106 and 120 days in past seasons) and producers were already making publicity for the BB VIP season even before this season ended. That was what bother me the most.
Anyways, it was a great season. Once again, it is proved that normal people are much intelligent and innovating than celebrities, but unfortunately, people would rather see a bunch of stupid celebrities than a group of brand new strangers.
L.A. 7 (2000)
Two words: absolutely fantastic!!!
I'm so disappointed that this second season only lasted for 13 episodes, I wish that they could've done at lease 22. Anyways, this is the best season, in fact, this was the best era from the S Club 7 journey (2000 was the S Club 7 year: great album, great series, great looks!!!...everything was just perfect).
I love this season because of the music, the story lines, the looks (Oh come on, has Paul ever been hotter than in "L.A. 7?"), the city, everything!!!.
From all of the seasons, this was a lot more grounded to reality and truly showed a group of teens (in some cases, adults) trying to make it in the music industry with real situations twisted by hilarious moments! To describe this season it only takes two words: absolutely fantastic!
Big brother: El complot (2003)
Sometimes second parts are better than the originals
"Big Brother 2" was way, way, way much better than the first one.
To begin with, the contenders were a lot more different from each other than the first edition (though part of them were least attractive and older), the house was really great, great decoration, the nominations were a lot more interesting than before, weird techniques were used which make every Wednesday and Sunday night more interesting. This edition lasted for 120 days!!! (4 months) and every day was interesting!!! At any point viewers got bored from it.
Out of all Big Brothers made in Mexico (3 normal BB and 5 VIP) it has been the best one!!! and it will probably be the best one from all.
Big Brother VIP: México (2002)
Enough Is Enough
From the very beginning "Big Brother VIP" wasn't thought very well by Big Brother Mexico producers. The editions (seasons) that have been aired have had bad sides.
-BB VIP (2002): The contenders were good enough, fun, good-looking, outrageous, KNOWN and only 11. The problem on this edition was that the running of the show was too short, it only lasted for 28 days! No wonder why, the evictions were 2 every Wednesday and Sunday.
-BB VIP 2 (2003): The best one so far. Great contenders in general, great house, great challenges, great development. This time we had 14 contenders but about half of the were unknown!!!. Besides that, it was great, it lasted for about 3 months.
-BB VIP 3.1 (2004): The fall-down begins. The house was awful, the contenders were not even half of VIP and the development in the house wasn't new. The worst part was that producers brought back an evicted from last edition to "light things up". SO WRONG! -BB VIP 3.2 (2004): As if a 3.1 wasn't enough, producers created a 3.2 and started the same day 3.1 ended. The new contenders were brought to the same house but in order to do some make-overs to it, they lasted for 3 days at the yard. The good part was that the new contenders were a little better than the last one, the bad part was that they put in 18 of them!!! At least most of them were known. The whole BB VIP 3 (3.1 and 3.2) lasted like 6 months...GOD!!! -BB VIP 4 (2005): Currently, the new edition brings nothing new but a bunch of contenders (This time 21!!!) The thing now is that the contenders are nothing but nothing, come on: a G-size bra female???, a producer (Not even actor)???, a comedian???, a radio-speaker???!!! This time 3/4 of them are so not VIP!!! -BB VIP 5 (Never again please) The most disgusting thing has been that for each edition, a "sex-symbol" female b#%ch has been part of the show, COME ON!!!.
The worst part is that Mexican viewers can't get enough!!!...This shows how ignorant and mindless people are these days.
Final Destination 2 (2003)
Another sequel that goes over the top
If you saw "Final Destination 2" before the original (Like I did) you won't understand anything. Basically this movie is based on the first one completely, unlike other sequels that have a brand new storyline not based on the original movie.
The plot is the same, but the way it develops it's totally different. This time, it's much more predictable than the original one and much more surreal. Deaths are a lot more gory, bloody and...as I already said it: predictable and surreal.
About the characters, there's not as much chemistry between each other as there was at the first movie, they have anything to do among each other, is like you don't feel sorry that one character have just died 'cause it wasn't that important.
The movie is good enough (for being a sequel) to entertain you, but it's one of those movies that you can only watch for one time 'cause it loses sense once you saw it.
The Day After Tomorrow (2004)
The Mother Of All Disaster Movies!
It's better than "Independence Day", better than "Deep Impact", than "Armageddon", better than all the disaster movies. Great effects, great story, great everything! Whether you are or not into science-fiction movies, you should watch it, you'll get the movie's message. About the film, I liked the disaster scene in New York, but it should go on for a few more minutes, just to keep us all in suspense..., also, It would be a greater movie if there were a lot more disaster scenes around the world, what about Paris's Eiffel Tower freezing?, London under the water?, Toronto experimenting the Ice Age?, the movie should not be limited to the U.S. civilization, it would be scarier if there were worldwide disaster. Everything in this movie is great. YOU SHOULD WATCH IT WHILE IS ON THEATERS!, when you're in the theater you feel the rush and the desperation like if you were living the disasters. It's awesome!!! From 1 to 10, 10 is not enough for this movie, maybe a 20!
The Exorcist (1973)
Not for XXI century teenagers...
If you were born in the late 80's or the early 90's, you won't like it. There are scarier movies now, and when you see "The Exorcist" you think that is trash. When everybody talked about this movie, I thought it was really scary, but once I saw it, I wasn't that scared, I was expecting a lot more. When the "Never Seen" version was released in theaters, everybody was excited and afraid, but like I said, there are scarier movies now and teenagers didn't like it that much. There's a lot of talking and not that much terror scenes. Maybe the movie was really scary in its time, but time goes on and changes have to happen, everything is now "MORE" than before...anyway it's a good movie, it's a classic, it's "The Scariest Movies >From All Times", let's keep it that way, if you like to watch classics this is for you, if you like to watch from 1995 till today, you won't like it.