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bigh0rt wrote:The Hangover Part II - 5/10
It had its laughs, but there was just a ton left to be desired. When you talk about recycling a plot, this pretty much took the cake. I understand not deviating from what works, but c'mon...
RugbyD wrote:Black Swan - 7/10
Darren Aronofsky's latest film is about a severely emotionally repressed ballerina who progressively 'loses it' as she preps for the lead role in Swan Lake. I'm a big fan of his films (haven't seen The Fountain yet tho) and this one does not disappoint. The ending was a bit unclear and depending on what you think happens; it stretches beyond believable unless you view the ending as metaphorical and not literal. I would also have liked to have seen more screen time and development of the play director and Nina's mother, but it was all-around a pretty good flick.
j24jags wrote:Pirates 4-5/10, meh. Too much special effects/not much plot/not much character development at all
Dan Lambskin wrote:Machete - cheesy action movie is cheesy. bonus points for portraying an interesting way to conceal a cell phone. also was surprised to find myself thinking Michelle Rodriguez is way hotter than Jessica Alba
StlSluggers wrote:TheRock wrote:The Crazies 9/10: This was a great flick, how had I not heard about it til I saw it on Netflix? A remake of some 60's movie I never heard of either. More suspense/thriller than horror I thought, bit still had some pretty horrifying scenes. Will keep you on the edge of your seat for sure
Srsly? I'd heard such meh things about it. And it has Timothy Olyphant. The guy's named after a LotR creature, fcs.
Dare I put it back on a list?
kab21 wrote: 127 hours - (9/10) - It's not nearly as good as Into the Wild but it portrays a very similar character and a tragedy. I might rate this higher than others because in a lot of ways that character is myself so it hits closer to home.
kab21 wrote: Suckerpunch (8/10) - I disagree with the previous review of this movie. I thought the camera work/angles were excellent as well as the sets/costumes. It is a little hard to follow but individually the scenes are very well done and if you were able to pay attention then the whole movie makes sense when she discovers the fifth part of the plan.
Mookie4ever wrote:The Fantastic Mr. Fox 9.5/10
The best of Wess Anderson and George Clooney. Hiliarious and the kids will enjoy it even if they don't understand it.
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