• Never Been Kissed

    Never Been Kissed

    ★★★

    An incredibly difficult film to sit through, not because it’s bad but because the scenario of going undercover at high school is nightmare fuel, the pedophilic awkwardness of teachers and students falling for each other is weird and Drew Barrymore’s character is a literal walking personification of second-hand embarrassment.

    The movie had some pretty funny jokes spread thinly throughout, mainly from David Arquette’s very hilarious character, but overall it was a pretty simple romantic storyline. The teacher she falls in…

  • Six Days Seven Nights

    Six Days Seven Nights

    ★★★½

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    This is a really good and funny film. It’s different in the aspect that it has comedy, romance and action all rolled into one, but it definitely could have never worked without Harrison Ford. Ford is the glue that holds the movie together with his fantastic sarcasm and humorous facial expressions when trying to put up with his situation and Anne Heche’s character.

    When I was younger, I really enjoyed watching my mother’s VHS tape of this because I loved…

  • A Night at the Roxbury

    A Night at the Roxbury

    ★★★★½

    For the sheer amount of times they play What Is Love, among other countless classics, this film reigns supreme. A hilarious cast and some just goofy characters makes this movie so fun to watch as comedy legends Will Farrell and Chris Kattan raise the roof off nightclubs as the hob from location to location, making complete and utter bumbling fools of themselves.

    This movie feels like a parody of dumb and dumber but much stronger and just completely off the…

  • Killer App

    Killer App

    ★½

    What in the fresh hell did I watch? How did they manage to snag huge names like Stephen Lang, Ming-Na Wen and Jacqueline Obradors when this has the production quality of a rich kid’s home video? Hilariously, this feels like a time capsule or a lost tape.

    Almost all the characters in this are as bland as cardboard, all except Ming-Na Wen’s flirtatious roller skating secretary. I could nearly keep up with most of the other characters and who they…

  • I.T.

    I.T.

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    At least it’s not as boring as Taffin, but this movie is such bullshit. Featuring some of the worst acting, worst characters and some really stupid dialogue. It’s a back and forth fight between Pierce Brosnan being a total dick and some creepy computer nerd who wants to bang his daughter.

    To make the police incompetent, they literally have Pierce Brosnan reporting the hacking and tampering but the detective is slobbering down on chicken wings in the middle of the…

  • Wall Street

    Wall Street

    ★★★½

    What I’ve always like about Wall Street was that actions have consequences and you can see three vastly different characters in this movie, the three of them played by Charlie Sheen, Martin Sheen and Michael Douglas, and how their actions will come to unfold.

    Wall Street is less about the stock exchange and rolling in money and more about what a person will do with their morals if it means more money. The cast in this is great, especially Martin…

  • Saw II

    Saw II

    ★★★★

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    Saw II suffers the same flaws of the original, but still the same incredible unfolding for it’s gritty storyline and astounding ending. It’s a perfect and worth sequel for Saw and fits nicely as a subsequent watch after Saw. The cast is great, now adding Donnie Wahlberg to the mix and this time playing tribute to the fort film through an escape room scenario with ex-convicts.

    The twists in this are amazing, all tying in together and making perfect sense…

  • Saw

    Saw

    ★★★★

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    Rewatching Saw never gets old. It’s an old classic delight, where the ending shines as one of the greatest twist moments and film endings to a movie. A stellar cast adds emotion and fear, the set design of the dreaded bathroom is outstanding and Jigsaw himself is a serial killer unlike any other.

    Saw still has it’s flaws; an abundance of ridiculous metal music, horribly edited driving sequences featuring Danny Glover and Michael Emerson as well as some hiccups of…

  • The Little Things

    The Little Things

    ★★★

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    Really difficult to rate this movie. This was probably the few times I actually liked Jared Leto’s performance but he nailed being a complete psychopath in this; maybe because he actually is one in real life? Denzel Washington is also really good in this and even though it’s a slow burn of a movie, it’s a really good one. The best parts of the movie are how Jared Leto and Denzel Washington play a cat and mouse game throughout the…

  • Three Days of the Condor

    Three Days of the Condor

    ★★½

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    Pretty disappointed in this, especially because the beginning to this movie started off so good and became very entertaining. About an hour in, it falls off the rails after Faye Dunaway randomly has passionate sex with Robert Redford when he’s holding her hostage in her own home. There’s moments of very entertaining action and tension, but the film fails to provide an interesting conclusion and the reasoning behind Redford’s coworkers getting mowed down in their office revolving around the hypothetical…

  • Mystic River

    Mystic River

    ★★½

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    Based on the praise this movie gets, I was expecting it to be a lot better. I wasn’t at all impressed and there was only a few enjoyable aspects to this film, but overall this was a very weak thriller that I just didn’t enjoy.

    The best part of the movie is that there’s some really good moments of tension. They utilize it in some scenes that are able to heighten the experience of what’s to come, which made it…

  • The Backrooms

    The Backrooms

    ★★★★

    I’m mostly shocked on how they managed to find so many strange rooms to film this in, looking at how incredibly bizarre some of them look. Very well paced, terrifying and eerie, with no sense of knowing where you’ll end up or if something is watching. The creature noises were inhuman and unnatural to our world, so it definitely felt chilling.