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People who added this item 592 Average listal rating (386 ratings) 4.9 IMDB Rating 5.7

After doing a Disney movie, I went back to a Warner Bros. money with the classic Looney Tunes. Now when people think of a movie that incorporates the classic Looney Tunes characters into a live-action setting, many people think of Space Jam. Unfortunately, fewer people think about the next film made with the characters, Looney Tunes: Back in Action, which is a shame because it is the superior movie. First of all, this movie does much better at representing the Looney Tunes's slapstick and personalities better than Space Jam where all the Looney Tunes are portrayed as best buddies working together to stop a generic alien threat. In comparison, in this film, all of the Looney Tunes characters play a role appropriate to their roles in the cartoons with the antagonist characters being antagonists and Bugs and Daffy saving the day this time. I have to say that Bugs and Daffy really stole the show in this film. Especially Daffy who kind of grows as a character and is endearing through his dismay of being second banana to Bugs all the time (Don't worry, Daffy, you were always my favorite). I have to give Joe Alaskey (may he rest in peace) for effortless portraying both Bugs and Daffy phenomenally. The same, unfortunately, cannot be said for the human characters. Jenna Elfman was alright if unmemorable and Steve Martin I was surprised to find pretty funny despite my memories of finding him hammy and annoying. He is a bit of that but brought out some funny moments. But Brendan Frasier... wow, he was just awful in both his performance and comedy. I'm not why but he felt off for this movie. He did alright in interacting with the Looney Tunes and even did a good performance as the Tasmanian Devil but otherwise, his performance felt off. But still, I have to give praise to the way the film incorporated live action and the cartoon characters together. It's no Roger Rabbit but still pretty impressive. In spite of its rather nonsensical plot, the film is full of comedic highlights including the Louvre scene, the Area 52 scene with some iconic B-movie monsters, and even some jokes like cartoon Shaggy complaining about Matthew Lillard's performance (hilarious in hindsight, since the man is now the current voice of Shaggy). This isn't a perfect film but it is a really underrated film. It's a shame that this film ended up ruining the popularity of the Looney Tunes and didn't bring out a successful Looney Tunes revival because this is a funny and faithful Looney Tunes product.
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People who added this item 109 Average listal rating (63 ratings) 6.2 IMDB Rating 6.6

This movie was a staple of my childhood which is weird since I wasn't a big fan of the House of Mouse show. But I really enjoy watching this on my VHS plenty of times even when it wasn't October. It was just amazing to see all these classic Disney villains join together to take over the House of Mouse all while singing a badass Villain Song. Unfortunately, this film is rather light on plot as that villain takeover takes about an hour to begin and then, gets resolved rather quickly. Jafar and the Villains don't even do anything when reclaiming the House of Mouse but watch cartoons. You know THE THING THAT THEY WERE DOING PREVIOUSLY. But honestly, the plot wasn't what really got me into this special. It was the cartoons. This VHS was basically a compilation of Disney's horror-themed shorts. Some of them were shorts from Mickey Mouse Works as per usual for House of Mouse episodes while others were old-fashioned classic Disney animations going all the way back to the 1930s when Walt Disney was voicing Mickey Mouse. I love watching these animations to this day. The classic shorts are full of fluid animation that adds to its humor. Even the modern counterparts manage to provide some humorous jokes, impressive animation (for a TV-cartoon budget), and even some surprisingly dark and messed-up moments. So while the actual plot of this special was disappointing, the cartoons being showcased are more-than-worth the price of admission to the House of Mouse.
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People who added this item 3617 Average listal rating (2258 ratings) 6.8 IMDB Rating 7.2
Grease (1978)

I've had an interesting history with this film. I planned about 2 years ago to watch this film for my aborted Netflix Romancethon project. Then, I decided to quit watching it about 30 minutes into the film. I really hated the film at the point and did not feel like continuing it... until today. Now, I appreciate the film a bit more than I saw a part of it for the first time. It still has it's problems. Absolutely. But I did enjoy it for various reasons. The music is incredibly catchy and while John Travolta isn't the greatest of singers, I got used to his voice to enjoy the music. With some classic songs like "Grease", "Summer Nights", and "You're The One That I Want", how could you not make it an enjoyable musical. Also, there were certainly some great musical sequences that featured awesome choreography and some incredible cinematic shots. That being said the story is nothing to write home about. I didn't found any of the characters that memorable or interesting and I didn't really care about the main relationship between Danny and Sandy. Despite my love for "You're The One That I Want", I really didn't like Sandy's transformation as I didn't like the sudden drastic change without any proper foreshadowing to it. Overall, this was a very mixed experience but I'm glad I got the chance to see it at least once. The music, the dancing, and some of the directing is really awesome but everything else is not as interesting.
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People who added this item 3116 Average listal rating (2077 ratings) 6.1 IMDB Rating 6.6
Zoolander (2001)

This is a stupid movie about really stupid people. I remember watching a snippet of the film's beginning when I was really young. But what really got me into seeing this film was watching some funny moments compilations of this film on Youtube. That got me interested in seeing this film but it wasn't initially available on Netflix for me. But when it finally did appear, I decided to check it out. I will say I don't find it a particularly amazing film or that hilarious but it did give me some chuckles. I will admit the plot was inane but still very enjoyable. I didn't really find Will Ferrell that funny, honestly, but I was surprised by how funny I found Ben Stiller's and Owen Wilson's performances as borderline mentally-challenged models. So yeah, at this time, I'd just say watch some clips of it on Youtube. If you found them funny, check out the film. If not, stay far far away from this movie.
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People who added this item 57 Average listal rating (44 ratings) 5.9 IMDB Rating 6.1

Been a while since I saw a documentary on Netflix and since I'm a bit of a gamer, I was definitely interested in giving this a watch. I felt this film did a really great job of presenting video games as a valid medium of artistic expression. It goes over the history of video games's creations, along with showing how their development has influeneced the lives of many. It is fascinated how far video games have grown in such a short time. Some of the earliest innovators of video games were still alive and able to interviewed for this film. Aside from these video game legends and developers, this film also features interviews from geek icons and actors expressing their history with and admiration of video games. This film overall has a great presentation of video games's history and importance to today's society. That being said, there are certain moments where it can feel repetitive and can get a tad boring sometimes. But overall, I'm glad I go to see this film as it gave me an even deeper appreciation for this lovable medium. And as this movie shows... video games are only going to get better and better from here.
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People who added this item 1169 Average listal rating (738 ratings) 6.5 IMDB Rating 6.9

Been interested in checking out the early 2D-animated Dreamworks films, this one has certainly a lot of fans. The concept for this film was very promising, focusing on the two characters that would normally be funny side characters and putting them on a Bing Crosby and Bob Hope style comedic adventure. I rather enjoyed this one and it's honestly a shame that this didn't become a franchise as was originally planned. Would have loved to see more adventures with Tulio, Miguel, and Chel. Anyhow, this was a fun little romp of a film. The songs done by Elton John and Tim Rice are really good (highlights being "El Dorado" and "It's Tough To Be A God"). Kevin Kline and Kenneth Branagh make a great comedic duo as the main characters. The animation is also incredible. It's another shame that Dreamworks have not tried to return to 2D-animation like Disney occasionally does with works like The Princess and the Frog and Winnie the Pooh. It's nothing too groundbreaking but it's definitely worth a watch.
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People who added this item 57 Average listal rating (21 ratings) 6 IMDB Rating 5.4

Wow, this was a bad one. I wasn't expecting great things from this film. I saw the really bad reviews it got on Netflix plus the footage I saw of it didn't look that great. But wow, this was a snoozer. I will say that I'm not the biggest fan of the original Faulkner novel it was based on. It was one of those books I was forced to read in high school. But still, I was morbidly curious to see unexperienced David Franco's take on the novel. But wow, this look amateurish like a film student's first arthouse piece. Full of amateurish film techniques like slow-down effect and the sidescreen effects that happen all over this movie. Faulkner is a very hard author to adapt to film but if there was a way to adapt his works right, this was certainly not it. The way they turned passages into monologues was forced and many of the performances were just awkward. From what I'm seeing of Franco's film directing efforts, he does not seem to have much critical support behind them. I'm certainly not going to see another one of his films, especially whatever he did to The Sound and the Fury.
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People who added this item 1290 Average listal rating (810 ratings) 6.9 IMDB Rating 7.4
The Animatrix (2003)

I have never seen a Matrix movie before but I was still greatly interested in checking out this particular film. This movie greatly reminded me of Batman: Gotham Knight and I understand that movie was definitely inspired by the critical success of this one. I even remember Codename: Kids Next Door doing a parody of one of the shorts in this anthology. I haven't seen the original Matrix yet but if it's as good as this film that I will certainly call it a classic. I do greatly enjoy anthology films as well anime films. This just matched up perfectly. The animation for all of the shorts are incredible. All of them have various styles: one uses some incredible CGI, another does the style of Aeon Flux (done by the same guy), another emulates a gritty noir setting, etc. I honestly couldn't name a single segment that I would call particularly bad. There was some cool or awesome about the story or the animation that draw me into this narrative that I was not entirely familiar with. Some highlights include the iconic "Second Renaissance" which showcases some nightmare-inducing scenarios as well as an heart-reaching narrative about how the robots rise and how the Matrix got created. "Matriculated" is another wicked tale that features some incredible trippy visuals at the midpoint of the film as well a emotional story of a reforming robot. "Program" has some incredible storytelling as well as some kick-ass samurai fight scenes. Overall, this is one of the few consistently high-quality anthology films I've ever seen despite exploring different styles of animation and storytelling. It all combines to reflect the messed-up cyberpunk world the Wachowskis made.
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People who added this item 199 Average listal rating (129 ratings) 7 IMDB Rating 7.3
Dope (2015)


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This movie honestly surprised me. I was not really that impressed by the trailers for this film. Didn't help that it starred the annoying kid from the god-awful "Incredible Crew". But I decided to give this film a chance and was surprised at the experience I got. First off, the film has a lot of charm which comes mostly from Rick Famuyiwa's quirky directing-style, the plethora of awesome '90s hip-hop jams, and the surprising grand performance from the up-and-coming Shameik Moore. But Shameik was not the only actor that surprised me with their performances, A$AP Rocky does a good job playing the street thug that puts our nerdy main character onto the dark path. He's already reached Eminem levels of rapper performances that were not awful. But even beyond all the quirks and the humor, the film does instill a great amount of tension that comes from the dangerous 'hood lifestyle along with providing poignant moments of social commentary on education in poor areas and racial stereotypes. So yeah, this was a great movie, highly recommended, and I'm interested to see how Famuyami's and Moore's careers takes off after this spectacular flick.
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People who added this item 6127 Average listal rating (4068 ratings) 7.5 IMDB Rating 8
Sin City (2005)

This was the Robert Rodriguez movie I've been waiting to see for the longest time. I was one of those millennials who grew up watching Robert Rodriguez's Spy Kids films as a kid, completely unaware of the completely violent side to this well-known director. And this film is definitely violent. Even as a guy who is accustomed to gratuitous amounts of violence, I was honestly taken aback by how excessive violent this film was during some moments... but that only adds to the appeal of this flick. This is a film that's full of style, honestly, some of the most gorgeous visuals I've ever seen. This feels like a classic noir/pulp novel told in a modern-day context. But even if it's more style than substance, there is still substance to this movie. Despite being an anthology of different stories all taking place in the twisted Basin City (get it!), the film is well-paced with all of the individual segments being the proper time and feeling like a well-constructed narrative. There are even some grand performances in this movie from the iconic Marv played magnificently by Mickey Rourke to the hardened badass Hartigan played by Bruce Willis to the valiant Dwight played by Clive Owen. From beginning to end, this is an adrenaline-rushed overtly-masculine experience which off-courses can lead to fatigue at times but is still exhilarating.
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Winnie the Pooh has been a part of my childhood but surprisingly, I didn't watch many Winnie the Pooh movies as a kid. Especially the original Walt Disney classic that started it all. Now, watching it as a young adult, I kind of wished I had gotten the chance to view it as a kid. I'm certain I would have loved this movie. While Disney certainly has a wide appeal, this film did feel very children-oriented. Mainly from its' slice-of-life conflict-less stories with adorabe characters. This isn't necessarily a bad thing and it helps give the film a nostalgic feel. The characters in the Hundred Acred Woods are iconic beloved characters that have stood the test of time. Every single one of them is memorable with unique personalities and characteristics. It is not groundbreaking or spectacular but is smothered in charm that will leave you in a grin throughout the entire picture.
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People who added this item 2819 Average listal rating (1894 ratings) 7.5 IMDB Rating 7.9
Hot Fuzz (2007)

I heard people call this one of the funniest movies ever. Despite this, I was initially reluctant to check this film out until I discovered it on Netflix. Besides the awesome Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, I'm not entirely familiar with Edgar Wright's work. This film reminds me of a group of cheeky British people: full of clever humor, cool callbacks, strong personalities, and a lot of funny accents. A hilarious deconstruction of ridiculous action movies mixed with the classic buddy cop formula. Simon Pegg and Nick Frost are the perfect comedic duo in any film they star together. The fact that these two are playing buddy cops makes things funnier. I don't know what else I need to say that hasn't been said about this movie already. It's a well-written hilarious comedy with all the wit and talent you can expect from a British comedy. I'll admit I was probably more impressed with the film's humor than laughing at it at times but it's still strongly recommended.

SIDE-NOTE: This was going to be my 100th movie watched on Netflix but I remember watching The Silence of the Lambs and High School Musical 2. So, it was pushed down 2 spots with The Wolf of Wall Street replacing the honor. Still this acclaimed movie would've made a good 100th film watched.
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People who added this item 35 Average listal rating (23 ratings) 7.2 IMDB Rating 7.5

I love watching fun documentaries like this one that focused on some unappreciated fields of entertainment. Honestly, voice actors are the unsung heroes of entertainment. Their jobs requires an impressive range and have work as hard as any mainstream celebrity with not nearly as much credit given. This documentary shows these voice actors in the spotlight with a lot of fascinating insight of the voice-acting process. The documentary does have its issues. While the moments where the voice actors do their famous performances has its appeal, there are also moments where it gets grating. Also, the structure of the film is kind of iffy as it doesn't have a clear flow in its presentation. This also causes the film to go on a bit too long, especially when there are moments where it seems the film is ending but then the next segment happens. Despite my complaints, I think this film still provides a fun watching experience, especially for anyone who grow up or still enjoy watching cartoons.
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People who added this item 1713 Average listal rating (1090 ratings) 7.6 IMDB Rating 8.2

This is my 100th movie I've streamed on Netflix Instant Watch and we're back to the masterful Martin Scorsese with his most recent project, The Wolf of Wall Street. It seems sometimes that Martin Scorsese can do no wrong. I have only seen three of his films so far and all three of them have gotten a perfect 10/10 for me. From what I've seen, he seems like a master director. Considering he's been in the profession for 30 years now and still producing amazing films, Martin Scorsese is a filmmaker who I'm definitely interested in checking out more of his films. Now onto Wall of Wall Street, what can I say it is a phenomenal film. It's three hours long but it moved at a breezy pace (certainly an impressive feat since I'm the type to found LOTR to be a slog, sometimes). It is also incredibly hilarious which certainly surprised me. Also surprising is how incredible the performances are in this movie, especially from Leonardo DiCaprio and Jonah Hill. I definitely heard tons of praise given towards the two for their performances but honestly didn't expect them to be this good. They both portray their characters so well that I sometimes forget that it's Leo and Jonah in these roles. They just transform into these characters. The story of this film is also interesting just in showing what rich people can do with their mountains of money. Mostly sex with prostitutes, a lot of drugs and alcohol, and maybe the occasional yacht as a wedding present. Part of the film's appeal is how much fun you get seeing the crazy shit they get to do. Some people claimed it was glorifying the characters and their irresponsible actions but I believe this film portrays a lot of excess and vice with greedy, selfish, sleezy piece-of-shit characters doing every horrible thing imaginable with their bundles of cash excluding murder. Similar to how he portrayed gangsters in Goodfellas, Martin Scorsese doesn't shove it in your face that the actions the characters are doing are wrong. He does indulge in showing how entertaining that lifestyle would be, understandable because why else would anyone perform such blatantly morally bankrupt acts if there wasn't something so thrilling about it. Despite how fun the lifestyle appears, Scorsese shows that such a life has its drastic consequences and things do fall hard for Jordan Belfort. In fact, this film does remind me a bit of Goodfellas but not to its detriment. The film stands its own but does show why Scorsese's film style works so well (besides, it isn't bad for Scorsese to take elements from one of his best films ever). The ending does have its dodgy moments, mostly from its forced featuring of the real Jordan Belfort but that doesn't prevent Wolf of Wall Street from being such an incredible movie.

SIDE-NOTE: Don't think I didn't notice the incredible French leading man, Jean Dujardin, make an appearance in this film! Such a pleasure seeing him in an American production.
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After watching the first Nightmare on Elm Street film, I noticed the direct sequel was available of Netflix. So I decided why the hell not. I know this film has a lot of notoriety for its homosexual overtones and just not being the classic the original was. Even my cousin called this movie "that gay one"! Honestly, I don't mind it that much. There are certainly moments where it goes a little overboard (like the towel scene) but overall, the manservice isn't bad. It's kind of refreshing, actually. But still, this was such a conflicting movie for me. It seems like this film is constantly switching between freaky scenes and just plain ridiculous scenes. The horror doesn't always work. Especially with such laughable moments as the infamous parakeet scene. Yet while the horror is not always consistent, the film does have its genuinely effective scenes of disturbing horror. For example, the opening scene was rather surprising and had some cool visuals. But rather than focusing exclusively on dream sequences, this film deals with the concept of Freddy possessing somebody to commit murders while simultaneously blurring the line between reality and nightmares. I'll give this sequel credit for not being a rehash of the first film. It adds new elements to the Freddy lore while also sprinkling reminders of the events from the first film. But really it was the last third of the film that really saves it for me. That is where they really bring out the scares: body horror, brutal kills, freaky imagery, and the occasional scene of gloomy atmosphere. The ending is as bizarre and stupid as the first film's as well. Overall, this film does have its cheesy moments and isn't as good as the first film (not many films are) but I still found Freddy 2 to be enjoyable. Maybe it was my lowered expectations but honestly, this film is just not as bad as some people say, in my opinion.
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People who added this item 2657 Average listal rating (1660 ratings) 7.1 IMDB Rating 7.5

To celebrate my 13th birthday and becoming a teenager, my older cousin wanted me to watch A Nightmare on Elm Street. I was able to watch the first few minutes of it but eventually, my cousin turned it off because he thought I would be too scared to watch. Since then, I wanted to finish watching this film because the stuff I got see beforehand had some awesome visuals and incredible atmosphere. Years later, I got the chance to get a complete viewing of this film. It's such a shame that this only brought my interest because of Wes Craven's recent death. This film is just full of iconic horror scenes (the body going through the walls, the claw hand coming out the tub, the gushing fountain of blood coming out the bed, Freddy cutting his own fingers, his face getting pulled off, the girl getting killing on the ceiling, etc.). Plus, this film introduced the iconic villain, Freddy Krueger. While some of the later films turned him into a pun-making comedic monster performing ridiculous deaths, this Freddy is much more serious and genuinely freaky all thanks to Robert Englund's amazing performance. The soundtrack only adds to the film's freaky tone. This is, no doubt about it, a horror classic but some slightly goofy scenes and a just-plain bizarre ending keeps it from being a full 10/10.

SIDE-NOTE: Of course, we get an early appearance from a certain somebody named Johnny Depp. He certainly has come a long way from being just another Freddy Krueger victim.
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My family and I are big fans of Gabriel Iglesias's stand-up comedy. So when I discovered this film was on Netflix, I brought my parents out to see it with me. We were definitely laughing at a bunch of stuff in this film. I think Gabriel Iglesias's comedy works because of his enthusiastic personality, vocal range, and use of brick jokes spread throughout his routine. Plus, in this film, his routine is cleverly connected in his discussions of his relationship with his step-son, his experience in India, and his recent attempts to lose weight (all of which lead to some hilarious bits of stand-up). My only issue is that it was being advertised as a feature-length movie when it was really just another one of Gabriel's stand-up comedy specials. Aside from the cinematic opening (which I thought was kind of unnecessary as was the Ray William Johnson cameo), there wasn't anything "theatrical" about this film. Still that doesn't really matter, the goal of this film wasn't be a blockbuster but rather to make me laugh and it accomplished it's goal with flying colors.
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People who added this item 1296 Average listal rating (806 ratings) 5.8 IMDB Rating 6.6

I don't what spawned my sudden interest of watching Jackass clips on Youtube but I did just that. I remember watching early Jackass episodes and some of their films when I was really young, but barely remember feeling anything but disgust. But after watching those clips, I had the strange interest in checking out some of their films on Netflix. While I didn't always laugh at all the stunts they were performing, I was entertained by all the painful and silly pranks these people performed throughout the film. I think what made this film work for me is the overall cast of characters. They all had great chemistry with each other and their willingness to do these harmful activities made this a fun watch. Some people call Jackass a guilty pleasure but I didn't feel guilty watching this. It was an alright flick.
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People who added this item 287 Average listal rating (165 ratings) 7.4 IMDB Rating 7.5

I found Fruitvale Station to be a powerful, harrowing experience based on a real-life tragedy. Unfortunately, as the years pass, events like what happened to Oscar Grant seem much more common. But enough about that because the film does a phenomenal job portraying the final hours of this man's life. Special credits goes to Michael B. Jordan for his incredible performance as Oscar Grant who makes you feel like you're watching a real human being living his life rather than a character. The man has been in his fair share of stinkers but this performance shows the man has talent. Coogler's direction also deserves special mention for presenting a realistic tone and documentary-like filming style all the while adding subtle cinematic choices that makes this film really enjoyable on repeat viewings.
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People who added this item 500 Average listal rating (319 ratings) 4.5 IMDB Rating 4.8

I honestly don't know what I was expecting. I was never the biggest fan of the High School Musical films, especially during their peak in popularity during the late 2000s. But years after irrevelance, I decided to give their second film a shot as I thought it was an slight improvement over the absymal first film. It's not amazing but I enjoyed it for the most part. Some of the music I thought was really catchy and fun to listen to in a guilty pleasure kind of way. Highlights include "What Time Is It?", "I Don't Dance", and "Fabulous". The plot is still uneventful but the whole aspect of avoiding a potential scholarship in place of your friends really doesn't resonade with a concerned young adult like myself. I liked most of the first half but the second half just dragged on and the rest of the songs in the film didn't really interest me. Overall, this was yet another cheesy Disney live-action straight-to-TV film and while it wasn't amazing, I have definitely seen much worse from the Mickey Mouse Corporation.
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People who added this item 2593 Average listal rating (1710 ratings) 7.2 IMDB Rating 7.5
Jackie Brown (1997)

Back when I recorded my Netflix watches, I started getting into Quentin Tarantino's work by watching Reservoir Dogs and Pulp Fiction. I continue to go through his filmography today by watching the next film he made, Jackie Brown. I went into this film knowing that not many people regard this film as greatly as his others but I found myself surprisingly enjoying it a lot, actually. Immediately, the film had a slow start but when the first scene between Ordell and Jackie Brown occured , I knew the plot was getting going. Overall, this was an incredible thriller with lots of twists and turns and the overall plot that Jackie and Max pull is intriguing in how it manages to fool both Ordell and the cops. While the soundtrack this time isn't as memorable as Pulp's or Reservoir's, there were still some gems like "Didn't I Blow Your Mind This Time?" and "Across 110th Street". All the performances in the film were well-done, including some great work from Pam Grier, Samuel L. Jackson, Robert Forster, and even Chris Tucker managed to make a memorable appeareance. Not only is his appearance brief but he also gets shot. I wish more Chris Tucker roles went like this. The best part of this film for me was the relationship between Jackie Brown and Max Cheery, mostly in how unique it is. It is rare to see romance between middle aged characters, especially in a film like this. It was honestly sweet to see and I genuinely cared to see these two together by the end. I found Jackie Brown to be a surprisingly enjoyable film that showed a more low-key feel that's well-appreciated while still containing Tarantino's signature style that keeps people wanting more.
SIDE-NOTE: An (rather minor, in all honesty) issue to me with Pulp Fiction was its overuse of actors from Reservoir Dogs. Thus, I really appreciate how Tarantino for this film experimenting with a bunch of different actors (Robert DeNiro, Pam Grier, Michael Keaton, Robert Forster, Chris Tucker, Tom Lister Jr., etc.) instead of relying on his bunched actor posse (aside from the phenomenal Samuel L. Jackson, of course). Most of whom didn't appear in future QT films.
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People who added this item 4243 Average listal rating (2800 ratings) 6.7 IMDB Rating 7

I remember watching this film when I was around 2. I found the despairing and sometimes disturbing imagery along with the grostesque villains to be too much for a children's mind, instantly disliking this. In fact, I previously rated this film LOWER THAN Batman and Robin. Honestly, I'm usually not that much of a low-rater and I've even become a Tim Burton fan, so I decided to give this film another chance before it leaves Netflix Instant Watch. In all honesty, I felt this experience to be a lot more middling. On one hand, I found the gloomy atmosphere, Christmas-type experience, and Danny DeVito's interesting depiction of the Penguin to make this film much better than a 2-star film. However, elements like some of the corny dialogue, the weird characterization of Catwoman, and just the overall lack of focus on Batman IN A FRICKING BATMAN MOVIE! People have said this before but Batman is a supporting character in his own film (the first half of this film is mostly consisted on Penguin, Catwoman, and Max Shreck scenes with only a few minutes of Batman in them). Compared to how campy people say Schumacher's Batman films are (trust me, I'm not trying to deny it. They are pretty campy), Batman Returns has similar issues with corny dialogue, almost cartoonish weapons and gadgets for the villains, and Batman goes DJ in a scene as well. I feel like Batman Forever is underrated because it envokes the intentionally campy nature of '60s Batman while still having an enjoyable and fun-tone (Batman and Robin is still stupid and awful). However, Returns can be just as campy but the weird dark tone (even darker than the first) to this film really contrasts it to make it enjoyable. Really the weirdest element that doesn't work for me is Catwoman. The performance by Michelle Pfieffer is fine, it's felt like they turned her into a walking cat cliche (tried to eat a bird, landing in kitty litter, APPARENTLY HAVING NINE FUCKING LIVES ). Now, Penguin was really just a business who looked like a penguin so I prefer the more creative liberties they took with his character. But Catwoman was a more subtle and interesting anti-hero than the weirdly sexual manglement of S&M bondage imagery and cat cliches that was Tim Burton's version. Really I don't feel like Tim Burton's films really did get Batman as a character, he really doesn't see any qualms with killing and is constantly getting overshadowed by the villains in his films. The regret over these actions in Batman Forever shows development in his character that both Tim Burton films seem to lack. However, I have changed my film on this film. It isn't awful, it's not the worst Batman film (you know what that one is), and it's not even the worst Tim Burton film I've seen. That honor now goes to his boring and lifeless adaptation of Alice in Wonderland.
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Seven (1995)

I don't usually like horror films as I don't find the experience of viewing disturbing imagery and pessimistic story-lines as entertaining or emotionally fulfilling. Seven proves to be the incredible exception as I viewed a euphoric cinematic masterpiece. The deaths committed by the serial killer are disturbing and brutal but not unrealistic or ridiculous. Brilliant is a word that could best describe this film, its characters, the performances, and especially this well-constructed plot. Morgan Freeman and Brad Pitt are incredible as these dynamic three-dimensional detectives trying to play catch up to the schemes of a masterful serial killer. The grimy cinematography helps establish the almost literal hellhole that sets the cynical mode for the entire film. In my opinion, Jonathan Doe is a scarier murderer and better performance than Hannibal Lecter. This is the kind of masterful filmmaking that I'm ashamed I haven't seen before. Unfortunately, this is one of those films where I knew the major spoilers to before watching. Luckily, that didn't stop this film from being suspenseful, intriguing, and overall an spectacular horror masterpiece. I haven't seen any David Fincher films before watching this one, now I must check out his filmography.
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Flight (2012)

As a fan of Robert Zemeckis's films, I was interested in checking this film out as Zemeckis returns to live-action film. From the incredibly intense airplane scene to the scenes showcasing Whip's downward spiral, Zemeckis proves to still be a quality film director. However, the best part of this film is Denzel Washington's incredible performance as the pilot whom prevents a plane crash while dealing with the legal repercussions of his alcoholism during the flight. While some of the religious themes get a little too heavy-handed, Flight is still an impeccable drama with a prime performance from Denzel Washington.
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Mulan is a great animated movie. The Secret of Kells is an amazing animated movie. This is just an absolutely beautiful film and is just full of charm that many mainstream animated films can't emulate. The story feels like an old legend that was passed down from generations being brought to life in the most visually-satisfying way. The characters are interesting and believable but special mention goes to Aisling whom really steals the movie. She's such an adorable, badass child-like character with an air of mysticism. Honestly, the animation is absolutely memorizing during certain sections of the film, especially any scene involving the making of the Book. Despite the child-friendly designs, there is certainly some intense moments that is capable of frightening little children (but these are the moments we love in our animated films). So yeah, not much else needs to be said. This movie is awesome and you should totally check it out.
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A film class that I am taking in High School encouraged me to check out this film on Netflix, so I decided to give this film a shot. I definitely heard a whole lot of accolades about this movie, especially with it winning every major Oscar category. But still, I was a bit surprised by how high quality this cinematic experience was. Full of incredible performances, disturbing moments of horror, and thrilling moments of tension. Jodie Foster gives a rather underrated performance as Clarice Starling. Foster's presence and subtleties was greatly missed in the sequels. Equally phenomenal was Ted Levine's performance as Buffalo Bill who honestly steals the show with his freaky depiction of a disturbed serial killer who wants to be a woman. Honestly, I will admit I found Anthony Hopkin's performance as Hannibal Lecter to be a tad overrated. It is certainly an iconic performance but I was not quite as intimidated or unnerved by the man as many others have. This film has one of the most well-constructed stories I've ever seen with a whole bunch of layers, symbolism, and really uses the visual language to explore its' story. This is a classic modern-horror film full of brilliant storytelling, incredibly disturbing content, and phenomenal performances.
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Mulan (1998)

The moment when I wanted to rewatch this film was the moment I realized how awesome a song "Make A Man Out of You" is. Honestly, upon a further viewing, I thought this was a pretty great Disney film. The story, the characters, the animation, the songs. All of those Disney elements work really well in this film. Disney's take on Chinese culture didn't come off as offensive but rather good-natured. Mulan is a badass leading lady and not the typical Disney princess (she's not even really a princess in this film). Eddie Murphy's performance as Mushu is rather funny. "Make A Man Out of You" is still one of the most badass Disney songs ever. It can truly turn weaklings into warriors. The villain, Hun, is badass but also rather generic compared to the more memorable Disney villain lot. Overall, I found Mulan to be an enjoyable watch and a fun Disney adventure for all ages.
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Netflix Romancethon #4

It is considered a signficant piece of cinema during the '60s and one of the most well-known musical films of all time. I am a big fan of musicals and believed this to be an appropriate film for me to watch on this Netflix Romancethon. Unfortunately, while the film might have been acclaimed and influential for its time, I don't think the film has aged as well. I don't know I just didn't really like this film. For one thing, the film is too long and there are just scenes that go on for minutes that feel like hours. I had to take breaks while watching this film feel because the pace left me exhausted. I am just not the biggest fan of 2+ hour films, even some of the good ones, because there is just a certain amount of time I can watch a slow-burner until I start to pass out from boredom. This was one such example. I didn't think the acting was particularly great, especially when they cast non-Puetro Rican actors in Puetro Rican roles. The music, which is the most important aspect in these kinds of film, I also didn't find that great either. I found some of the songs catchy but none were spectacular and I thought some were outright terrible and not well-song or wrought. The positive things I do have to say about it is that the cinematography is really well-done with incredible shots and presentation of colors and I definitely enjoyed the singing. Overall though, I find the film overhyped but it's not terrible at least. Next time on this Netflix Romancethon, I'll be checking out another well-remembered musical starring Vincent Vega himself.
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The Apartment (1960)
Netflix Romancethon #3

This film won Best Picture of 1960 and will be the final Billy Wilder film I'll be watching on my Netflix Romancethon. I have to say this is a really good movie. It's well-shot, very funny, has great performances, and it is an overall interesting film. I can finally understand the context of the famous spaghetti scene and it portrays an interesting story about adultery and dog-eat-dog office politics. Jack Lemmon definitely does an interesting kind of performance from the one he did in Some Like It Hot, being more reserved and awkward instead of being the pure funny guy. Just like in the last few films, the romance in this film works especially compared to how other love triangles are done in films. Really not much needs to be said, this is just a really good movie... although, it works better as a Christmas/New Year's Eve movie than a Valentine's Day movie but whatever.
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Netflix Romancethon #2

Proclaimed the funniest movie of all time by the American Film Institute, while that point is arguably but I have to say it is a really good movie. Tony Curtis and Jack Lemmon play poor musicians that go in drag to escape the mob after they accidentally witness the St. Valentine's Massacre. Besides the great and hilarious performances from the two, Marilyn Monroe definitely improves from The Seven Year Itch going from a simple sex icon in that film to a more fully-fledged character in this film. Joe E. Brown doing a hilarious job falling in love with Jack Lemmon's character in drag and helps make the funniest moment in this film. The writing and dialogue is hilariously well-written. I admit I was not laughing as much as I would personally like but even without laughing that much, it is still a really good and impressive film that works even today despite it being over 50 years old. There is actually two very interesting relationships in this film: the one between Tony Curtis and Marilyn Monroe which involves Mr. Curtis pretending to be a millionaire doing a Cary Grant accent, and between Jack Lemmon in drag and Joe E. Brown which is really funny especially at the end. Both are interesting relationships that both really work in this film. But I have to say prior to watching this film, I saw the very last scene in this film and it is probably the funniest and best moment in the film. I really wanted to see this film because of how clever and hilarious that exchange between Jack Lemmon and Joe E. Brown was. While I didn't find the rest of the funny as funny as that last scene, it is still an incredibly well-written film that does deserve the praise that it gets.
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Netflix Romancethon #1

In celebration of Valentine's Day, I decided to start the month of February with my own look at a genre of film that I don't really watch a lot of films from. Like what the Netflix Horrorthon did with horror films, this Romancethon will be taking a look at romance films of various genres, concepts, and relationships. I decided to start the Romancethon by taking a look at the earliest film I was interested in and one where the relationship I can actually relate to. The film that features the iconic image of Marilyn Monroe's skirt blowing up from the sewers, Billy Wilder's Seven Year Itch. This won't be the last Marilyn Monroe film or Billy Wilder film you'll be seeing in this Romancethon. I have to say I found this film to be incredibly clever and funny, and considering the time period, incredibly edgy. The film focuses on a repressed man played by Tom Ewell (whom gives a hilarious performance) whose wife and kid goes on vacation while he works. Eventually he comes across his new neighbor, a bombshell that is basically Marilyn Monroe being Marilyn Monroe. This is certainly the film that made me understand why she was (and arguably still is) considered one of cinema's great sex symbols. Despite being from the '50s, most of the film hasn't really been dated (and least nothing too noticeable). Nothing much else needs to really be said other then, this is a really enjoyable comedy and not at all a bad start to this brand new Romancethon.
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Forrest Gump (1994)

I am very surprised at how very similar to the experiences watching this film and Big Fish are. Not only do both films involve the showcase of one man's life and feature elements for seemingly every movie bringing out a mix of emotions. But I also learned that both films were going to leave Netflix at the end of the month through Portlander's lists, I decided to watch both films on the very last day it was going to stay on Netflix and both were the last films I watched before the beginning of a special movie marathon (in which I plan on elaborating on at the end of this). Both are pretty long films that I didn't have a problem watching all the way through. And overall, I think both films are amazing works of cinema with many great ideas and visuals, I give both films a perfect 10/10, and am possibly considering both films to be the best of their director's careers despite working on a bunch of other classic films. Fun fact is that summers ago in Puetro Rico, my family rented a used car with no radio and in the front drawer, there was the soundtrack to Forrest Gump. So throughout the summer, my family and I were just listening to a soundtrack filled of classic songs. Because of this film, I got to be introduced to such classics as "Hound Dog", "Mrs. Robinson", "Blowing in the Wind", and many other favorites. Robert Zemeckis is certainly a director of plenty spectacularly films. Films, such as Back to the Future, Who Framed Roger Rabbit, and this film, are considered cinematic masterpieces and some of the best films in recent memory. This is a well-made, well-written, well-acted, well-directed endeavor that is filled to the prim with beautiful, memorable, and incredibly emotional scenes. Tom Hanks does an impressive performance as the incredibly likable titular character and this film, along with last year's Philadelphia, showed the world why Tom Hanks is one of the great actors of our generation. It is also impressive the various historic references that are made that really makes rewatching the film with more understanding of some of these elements more interesting. Also, the special effects to immerse the character into these historic moments is incredibly impressive and well-done. I admit I was surprised considering how some people critique this film as sentimental fluff when there are actually a bunch of dark and mature moments in the film from Forrest's mom having sex with the principal to keep him in school to Jenny's really depressing life that contrasts Forrest's optimistic and fulfilling life. There were moments that surprised me and moments that I could predict how they were going to turn out beforehand. While many people seem either passionately love or brutally hate this film, I am luckily in the former camp. While people can argue over whether this film really deserved to win Best Picture, I say this film wasn't a bad choice at all. Really I had a joyous experience watching Forest Gump and hope to continue having it through repeat viewings. So with the month of February rearing its head in and Valentine's Day is come closer and closer, I decide to hold another movie marathon where I again am exploring a genre of film I am not that familiar with: Romance films. See you in February where I'll be having my first ever Netflix Romancethon!
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Netflix Instant Project 2014
Recommended by Hootsaidtheowl

The main reason I wanted to check out this film was because I wanted to see some of Nicolas Winding Refn's work to try to prepare myself to see Drive for possibly my 100th film. However, it turns out that Drive isn't available on Netflix anymore making the watching of this film pointless. But even still, this is one of those big "love it or hate it" films that I was interested to see purely to check out what the fuss was all about. I have to say it was certainly a unique experience but unfortunately not an enjoyable one. The best part about this film is its cinematography which is incredibly well-made. Unfortunately, the same praise cannot be said on the plot and acting... or lack thereof. Now, I understand that this is a big artsy film that is going to be filled with themes, symbols, and ideas that I might not understand the first time watching. I can't really hate against the acting in the movie as originally I thought Ryan Gosling (whom I praised and awarded for his performance in Lars and the Real Girl) was giving a really disappointing performance as Julian, the guy who just stands around with a blank face that could have been played by any random stranger on the street with zero acting chops. However, I don't blame Gosling or the other actors considering how they aren't playing "characters" but just things that are meant to portray ideas and move the plot along. Now, there were a bunch of ideas, themes, and messages that I didn't understand at all until I decided to check on a few videos "explaining" the plots of this movie. However, I do believe if Refn had tried making the story make little bit more accessible and presenting characters we could attach ourselves too, he could have made an incredible film that would not have been so polarizing for both critics and audiences. That being said, I don't really HATE the movie but I am slightly disappointed with how much I didn't really enjoy it. I am significantly less hyped about seeing the praised Drive, although I still will try to check it out when receiving the opportunity. Still if you are interested in checking this film out, I'd say give this film a chance as the very least it will provide one unforgettably unique experience.

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Netflix Instant Project 2014
Recommended by VierasTalo

This film is considered a science-fiction classic and I can definitely understand what they were trying to do being certainly impressive stuff for the '50s. However, I wasn't really that impressed when I decided to watch The Day The Earth Stood Still for the Netflix Instant Project 2014. I think for the time this film mostly worked. Some information, ideas, and effects are dated but there are some elements that still work to this day. The acting for example is pretty well-done with some interesting dialogue being presented, especially Michael Rennie's performance as Klaatu whose I think really makes this film work. Also, there is a great soundtrack presented in this film, especially from the opening title scene. The main problem I have with this film besides it being a tad slow at parts is actually the thing most people praise the film for its "anti-war message". While I'm not against the whole idea of an alien going down to Earth to try to make peace and stop conflicts, the way it was presented felt very hypocritical in its own right. So Klaatu is trying to stop paranoia and violence from occurring on Earth, while being paranoid about the idea of "self-defense" and trying to get the point across through the threats of violence... the exact same thing being done during the Cold War which is probably what the film was going against. In spite of not liking this film as much as others, I still think it is a good film that does deserve the acclaim it gets.
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Super (2010)

Last year, I watched the movie, Joe, and I said I planned on watching violent anti-hero character study movies that target a specifically subject matter. Well, I'm tried continuing that idea by watching the black comedy film that takes a wrench beating on the superhero genre that has recently gotten very popular. The movie stars that guy from The Office as a pathetic man who hasn't had many shiny moments and his wife is beginning to lose interest in. However, when his wife is "stolen" by the Baconator, he decides to turn into a vigilante superhero known as the Crimson Bolt. Accomplished by his "kid" (she's 22) sidekick, Boltie played by Juno, they try to shut up crime while coming across as a bunch of psychopaths. This is definitely a strange film which mixes the dark, funny, and dramatic moments... but not all at once. Making the tone of the film very uneven, this is significantly shown because the third act of the film is much bleaker and darker than the first two halves. In spite of that though, I have to say I enjoyed it. Rainn Wilson does a great performance as the main character balances his pathetic side with his possibly psychotic side. That is the interesting thing is that the film focuses on the idea of whether the man that was touched by God, really trying to stop justice and save his wife or a psychotic delusional man who is going on a violent rampage and going through some severe jealously. I admit I am not the biggest Ellen Page fan and I found Juno to be overrated but I did like her in this movie. Her character managed to balance funny awkwardness and disturbing psychosis that makes the guy who bashes people with a wrench look sane. The only major problem I have with this film is I felt the ending was too happy considering the main character just brutally killed a bunch of people yet received no major repercussions. Yeah, his wife eventually left him but considering he still happily lives his life believing all the acts he did was justified. I felt he only got away with just a slap on the wrist for all his legitimately psychotic and disturbing actions. In spite of those flaws and considering this is film is not everybody's tastes, I still enjoyed the movie and felt it provided a much more brutal and realistic take to the superhero genre than something like Kick-Ass did (Kick-Ass is enjoyable but I feel it played it safe rather than providing any real deconstruction or social commentary it was promising, and I overall found that film overrated).
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Last year, I've streamed the incredible western anime series named Trigun on Netflix Instant Watch and was amazed by its good-quality stories, characters, and ideas. While not a perfect series, I personally believed everything worked for me to really enjoy watching this show. When I realized the movie based on the show was available for streaming, I was motivated finishing watching the original anime and it pulled me through one astoundingly emotional experience that I will never forget, especially the stuff in the very last few episodes. However, it has been months since I finished watching the show and this movie was been sitting there on "My List" for a long while. After finally watching this, I have to say I really enjoyed it. Now, this film can be only be watched if you've watched most of or all of the anime series to really understand some plot elements and the characters. They certainly try their best to establish these things to newcomers but if you are interested in checking out the movie, if kind of have to watch the series too. However, if you are a fan of the show, you won't be disappointed with this film. It's the same great writing, characters, actions, and ideas that made the anime series work. The animation has definitely improved from the show since it's going from TV to movie quality animation. I do believe that the story works but it does have a habit of bashing in this idea of the dice to the point it goes from being a simple motif to a blunt shovel bashing in the idea: "THE DICE REPRESENTS LIFE AND RISKS AND SUTFF!!!1" But still as a fan of the show, I really enjoyed this film and if you haven't already, check out the show then check out the film because it won't regret checking them both out.
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Some may not consider this a “film” due to it airing in 3 separate parts online. But personally I consider this to be a film because it works best watching it is a singular film with a 3-act structure plus it doesn’t count as a short film because it’s short time passes the short film limit of being 40 minutes or less by being 42 minutes. Even if you guys think it should be called a “mini-series”, I don’t care this is one of the greatest filmed works I’ve ever seen in a long time. It’s a slice of pure brilliance that filled to the prim with subtle moments of foreshadowing, jokes, and just overall genius that makes it enjoyable for rewatching to catch all those subtle moments you missed on your 1st, 2nd, or 10th viewing. I was having yet another rewatch but this time on Netflix because I felt in the mood of rewatching a personal favorite.

I seriously love this movie so much. I went all out in analysis in one of the biggest reviews I've ever written. If you are interested in seeing why I adore this film, consider it a personal favorite of mine, and see why this film is particularly brilliant...

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The Keep (1983)

This film honestly surprised me. The reason I decided to check this film out was because it reminded me of the moment where I got to meet the author of the book this movie was based on: F. Paul Wilson. He was promoting Repairman Jack: Secret Histories at my school where he briefly mentioned this film. It was just a mild curiosity to check this film until AesthetiX's list revealed to me that this film was available to stream on Netflix, so I decided to finally take the opportunity to check this film out. There are certainly some cheesy moments especially with the way Molasar is killed off and they are some things that don't make sense but overall, I found this to be a really eerie well-made horror film. The direction is really good with some great shots that manages to present an eerie atmosphere, this film is directed by the great Michael Mann. A majority of the performances in this was pretty well-done with special mention going to Jürgen Prochnow as Captain Klaus Woermann, a Nazi who isn't that bad of a person, and Mr. Gandalf Magneto himself (Sir Ian McKellen) as Dr. Cuza, a Jewish scientist who is conflicted between the love of his daughter and the hate he has for the Nazis. The plot isn't half-bad either presenting some interested supernatural elements mixed with WWII conflicts and the characters facing difficult morale choices. I was going in expecting an OK horror flick that bombed at the box office, what I got was a well-directed Gothic horror film with great performances and atmosphere that I believe is worth giving a watch.
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Pulp Fiction (1994)

Yep, this is a pretty spectacular film. For every 25th film I’ve watched on Netflix, I feel the need to celebrate by watching a special beloved and anticipated film that I’ve been holding off watching for a long time now. For my 75th streamed movie, I decided to watch the most critically-acclaimed work from beloved director, Quentin Tarantino, the dialogue-heavy non-linear crime-coded masterpiece: Pulp Fiction. There are people who consider this one of the greatest movies of all time. There are many who love this film to death, have watched this film millions of times, and can quote every line and remember every moment in this film. While I didn’t receive that amount of jaw-dropping eye-bulging awesomeness that these people got to experience with this film, but I do believe this to be an amazing piece of cinema. This is just a memorable movie that contains great characters, crazy situations, and amazing dialogue. The non-linear storytelling also provides a unique watching experience that allows to see ideas and elements that’ll get further explained later in the movie. Everybody in the film gives a great performance (Bruce Willis, Ving Rhames, Uma Thurman, Tim Roth, Harvey Keitel) but the two people that clearly steal the show in this film are Samuel L. Jackson and John Travolta’s performances as Jules and Vincent. They are just two memorable presences that can be threatening, engaging, and funny. They have great chemistry and work as foils to each other. While I am not clamoring to say this was one of my favorite films, I will say that I definitely had an enjoyable experience watching this film and I am definitely going to check out other Tarantino films.
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This is certainly an interesting thing to see on Netflix. I mean I was aware of Shrek the Musical, the Broadway musical adaptation of the popular animated film, but I didn't know that they made it into a DVD using various footage from live performances as well as have it be available to stream on Netflix. So I was definitely interested in checking it out because I love musicals and I loved the first Shrek film. I need to rewatch it to see my current opinion but I remember loving this movie as a kid and watching it constantly. After watching this, I have to say I definitely enjoyed it. I do it admit to be very fun and enjoyable. I don't consider it superior to the first film but I was definitely entertaining. The same can be said for the performances in this film: Brian d'Arcy James does a decent Mike Myers performance which works with this play, same with Daniel Breaker and John Tartaglia in their roles. Sutton Foster actually does a pretty memorable and funny performance as Fiona portraying her as slightly kooky from the constant isolation. Christopher Sieber's performance as Farquaad borders on flamboyantly over-the-top but it also has moments. I found a bunch of the songs to be catchy, memorable, and sometimes show-stoppingly awesome and goosebumps bringing... for some of the songs, other songs are not nearly as memorable. The presentation of the production is certainly impressive bringing the creative world of Duloc and the film to life through various designs and techniques. It certainly deserved its Tony for Best Makeup. Although, I do give it credit with bringing more background to main characters like Shrek, Fiona, and Farquaad. One particular detail that I found pretty hilarious was Lord Farquaad being the son of Grumpy. Overall, I thought Shrek the Musical was incredibly entertaining and I'm definitely glad I was able to have a Broadway experience without paying for a ticket.
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Super 8 (2011)

This was a film I was interested in checking out since 2011 because it looked like a really interesting project. I thought Star Trek was an alright movie but nothing spectacular (although, to be fair, I am not really a Star Trek fan). However, I did want to see this film because it looked like a great new-age tribute to the 1970s Spielberg classics where the kids in the movie acted like real-life kids and the aliens in these films aren't always out to kill us. It turns out I got exactly what I wished for. I thought this was a great film because of the great performances from child actors who had great chemistry and charisma and an interesting plot that is not just a Spielberg tribute but also provides an interesting message about misunderstandings and forgiveness. The main problems I have with this film are purely based on the aesthetic and production of the film. For example, I am not a big fan of J.J. Abram's constant lens flares which kind of worked in Star Trek because of the futuristic gleaming world it was presenting but it's just distracting as hell here. Also, while I thought the alien played a great part in the film's plot, I found the design of the creature to be disappointingly unmemorable like the Monster in Cloverfield. However, there are also some glaring plot points that seemed kind of implausible, most obviously being the main trash crash that kickstarts the film. I felt that scene to be too overblown and ridiculous in its absolute destruction for me to take it seriously. Also, I have trouble believing that a guy who drives in front of the train is capable of making such glorious destruction... AND SURVIVE! Probably my personal favorite part of this movie was the scenes where the kids were making their own zombie movie, the process of these kids make the film and how seriously they take the project I could definitely relate to my own personal home movies I produced when I was young. So while this is not a perfect movie, I found this to be a pretty genuine and personal movie that definitely showcases the passion in bringing a seemingly lost era of cinema to the modern age.
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Clue (1985)

Starting off the year 2014 with a rewatch of one of my personal favorite comedies, Clue is a classic cult comedy that through the years keeps getting better and funnier with each rewatch. This is a nearly perfect comedy as jokes are constantly being thrown onscreen and they rarely if ever miss the mark of being hilarious. There are many reasons why Clue works. The cast is excellent featuring great and hilarious performances from nearly everybody on screen, including Tim Curry's probably best performance I ever seen him in as the butler Wadsworth. It is a cool bottle-style film that all takes place in this cool-looking mansion that looks big and elaborate. Contains some funny references to '50s culture (the year the film is supposed to take place in) and is possibly the best film adaptation of a popular board game in existence (though, that isn't saying much) as it incorporates a bunch of examples from the board game while making it all unique and make it work for the silver screen. However, the main reason why this movie is so good is that it is just a great hilarious script that contains all kinds of great jokes from foreshadowing/callbacks to subtle jokes you won't get until your 26th viewing to fast-paced dialogue to blatant but hilarious slapstick all culminating into a hilarious climax where Wadsworth recaps the entire movie in the most hammy and hilarious way possible. Some great subtle but hilarious jokes that you might not get on your first watch includes Professor Plum's profession (the World Heath Organization branch of the United Nations Organization, a.k.a. the UNO WHO) and Lee Ving being cast as the murdered host, Mr. Boddy, because then they could say that "Mr. Buddy is Lee Ving" as in dying in the beginning of the film. Also, the movie works a legimitate mystery which takes twists and turns from the board game to provide a brainwrapping caper that has three possible endings that all work in being the main conclusion to the mystery and being absolute hilarious. I can confirm this to be a personal favorite film of mine because through all the rewatches I find Clue to be an intelligent funny great whodunit comedy with a fantastic cast and interesting hilarious caper.
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This small Disney flick is officially the last movie I've streamed on Netflix during the year 2013. 2013 was certainly a big year for me in terms of cinema. I don't know why but this felt like the year where I really wanted to check out as many films as possible. I was obessed with checking out favorite movie lists so much that it eventually got me to this very site. I originally been keeping track of movies I've streamed on Netflix with an IMDB list. But after moving it over to Listal, I decided to add pictures, a recap of my thoughts, and occasionally a link to a bigger review. I got to work with special projects and make a couple of themed marathons. I am really grateful for the support that this list received as I definitely enjoy updating this list with more flicks I see. I have been on the fence as to whether I should end this list and make this kind of streaming list an annual thing. However, I have decided to not do that and keep this list the way it is. However, I have decided to do a special list that celebrated the great films I've seen on 2013 in a special "award" style that'll be up soon. It will be linked to the right side of this list as well as below this text stuff. Anyway about the film, I found it to be a pretty good Disney film. It's nothing spectacular but I found the animation to be good and the overall experience to be an enjoyable one. I felt Vincent Price's portrayal of Professor Ratigan was too hammy for me personally but I still believed he worked as a villain. It works as a kid's version of the classic Sherlock Holmes tales (although, I don't get what is the point of the stripper mouse). Nothing much else needs to be said it is rather short film and if you have kids, it is a good way to waste about a hour.

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The main concept for this film of a socially-reserved man falling in love with a sex doll sounds like a crappy Happy Madison production. However, director Craig Gillespie and writer Nancy Oliver provided a much more dramatic and subtle take on this concept to provide a unique film experience. It plays more like a dramedy (that focuses on the drama) rather than an outlandish comedy focusing on an asocial townsman named Lars who falls for a sex doll named Bianca he purchased. His family and the town are all weirded out at first and consider Lars to going nuts. However, as the movie progresses, the townspeople become more accepting of Bianca and Lars becomes more social as a result. The reason why this concept does work in a dramatic sense is that Lars doesn't really use the doll for sex but rather uses it as a tool to provide communication to the townspeople he previously shunned. They are moments where the concept is played for laughs and it can be pretty funny. However, it really works as a interesting character piece for the interesting character of Lars and his development throughout the film. The concept gets pretty ridiculous during certain moments but there are very few and they managed to make this alienating concept into something that works as a dramatic film. The reason why this movie works is because of Ryan Gosling's fantastic performance as the titular character. He is unrecognizable as the reserved main character who is implied to have some kind of disorder. The character of Lars shuns people yet still comes across a vulnerable and lovable. His performance turns this movie from a good to a great movie. While not a perfect movie, Lars and the Real Girl is a grand and unique cinematic experience that has a strange concept that they managed to make really work. This film blew me away... no pun intended.
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This film is going to leave Netflix on January 2014, so I decided to catch up my Kevin Smith films before this one leaves the site forever. Before I start, I have to point out the coincidence that the film starring the sex-obsessed drug junkie duo is the 69th film I've seen on Netflix (yeah, head in the gutter). While for some reason I can't really get myself into Clerks, I am getting more and more interested in the works of the View Askewinverse from the four films I've seen so far (still need to check out Mallrats and Clerks II). It seems almost blasphemous to see me rate what is considered the Askewinverse's weakest film higher than the beloved Clerks. I do understand the obvious flaws with this film but I personally find this film more enjoyable to watch. That being said I do believe that Clerks is a better film in terms of quality and humor. The strongest and weakest point of this film is that it is a pure tribute to the View Askewinverse and was planned to be the last film in this saga (that changed with Clerks II and may change again with a possible Clerks III). That means this film is a hilarious road trip filled with non-stop references, callbacks, and homages to the previous four films in the series. This means that any fan whose seen and loved his films will enjoy this film but also means that any newcomer will not enjoy it as much and will probably be confused by many characters and moments in the movie. Still it's a Jay and Silent Bob movie, Jason Mewes and Kevin Smith has great comedic chemistry that makes their scenes in any View Askew movie they appear in. This film is far from an exception. While not containing any important message or main goal like in Chasing Amy or Dogma, this film does provide some hilarious satire on the problems of Hollywood and the internet including copyright claims, hilarious film and celebrity parodies, and the ever prevalent internet trolls. Remember this is still a fun Kevin Smith film so the dialogue is well-written, memorable, and hilarious, the directing and cinematography is unremarkable, and the plot is just an excuse for the jokes. While not grand art or particularly well-made, it is still a fun and enjoyable watch that I didn't regret watching.
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Side by Side (2012)


Netflix Instant Project 2013
Recommended by moviewatcher122

For lovers of cinema, this film will definitely be a treat. Focusing on the debate between celluloid and digital film, this documentary focuses on the artform of cinema and how the ideas of the old has recently changed to the revolutions of the new. Various opinions are brought out by many people, including famous directors, cinematographers for famous films, and workers of various popular companies. There is particular moment of hilarious irony where one of the directors proclaims his hatred for movies being watched on their computers... This documentary provides a lot of interesting information such as how film and digital cameras work, how celluloid film gets spliced and produced, and how cinematographers work their visual magic. This film will definitely teach you something about cinema that you probably never knew beforehand. And all of this brought to you through Keanu Reeves who actually does a really good job in presenting the documentary and performing interviews with these various people. This is also a well-edited feature with the interviews, information, and movie clips spliced so well together that it really does tell a great story about the artform of cinema from the early beginnings to the modern era. This may be one of my personal favorite documentaries I've ever seen. Especially for someone who loves movies about movies, I found this doc to be very insightful and enjoyable. I really recommend that any cinephile and filmbuff check this one out. This film finishes off the Netflix Instant Project for this year. I hope the list continues on next year but if not, I really did enjoy the films I got to see because of this awesome project.
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To end off my brief look at Christmas films that I streamed on Netflix during this holiday season, I decided to check out the comedy classic and holiday favorite: National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation. I am not really that familiar with the National Lampoon's Vacation series. Yet after checking out this one, I'm definitely interested in checking out the first Vacation film (I hear the other sequels are crap) because I found this one to be pretty damn hilarious. I mean do I even need to elaborate on why this film is so great and so funny. I mean just like Ghostbusters, this film has been talked about a lot for how hilarious it is that I don't really have much else to say besides some interesting trivia and such. This film actually features two actors that would later star in popular sitcoms: Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Johnny Galecki. Coincidentally, this film actually features a reference to White Christmas in one of Chevy Chase's most infamous rants. I had seen him in a couple of movies and shows but I never realized how funny Chevy Chase really was until checking out this film. Seriously, this is a classic is so many great scenes of comedy and holiday whimsy that makes you really appreciate the wonderful Christmas season.
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Netflix Instant Project 2013
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I was interested in checking out a movie from the '50s and this was a talked-out Christmas classic, so I decided to take the opportunity and stream this film on Netflix. This is a pretty slow film and it does have dated elements in it. This is still a very enjoyable and charming that will get you ready for the Christmas season. The comedy is hit-or-miss: sometimes it genuinely makes me laugh out loud and other-times I didn't even chuckle. However, there is a charm to this film that could only be had with films from this early era of cinema. There is something about the actors, the comedy, the elaborate music numbers, and the overall story that has a certain level of genuine cheerfulness that is almost impossible reclaim in a modern film. This film is slightly dated but still an enjoyable Christmas cinematic treat to watch around a Christmas tree. Besides how can you not smile when you hear talented actors like Bing Crosby and Rosemary Clooney singing beautifully. One more film to stream as Christmas is coming closer and closer...
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The Polar Express is (ironically) a polarizing film: some consider it a Christmas classic with a great amount of mystique and heart, while others consider it a messy film with strange moments and bad animation. I am personally more towards the former but acknowledge the latter when I decided to revisit this film. I loved this as a kid but growing older, I am more aware of this film’s shortcomings. I used to not mind the technique of motion-capture but I admit that it doesn't really work for purely animated films. The characters in these kinds of films act like real people but incredibly creepy and awkward because of it. Despite those obvious flaws, motion-capture has been used to produce some pretty good films like Monster House and A Christmas Carol. I believe The Polar Express to be one of those great films that I love to watch during the Christmas season. I actually think the story is really good exploring the ideas of believing through the Hero Boy's journey on the mystical Polar Express which teaches the children special (sometimes adult) life lessons. I believe this actually does a wonderful job of adapting the really short but well-made Chris Van Allsburg children's book into an 100-minute film, despite the usual unnecessary padding scenes (what the hell was the point of having a Steven Tyler elf?). Tom Hanks (as usual) gives an amazing performance as multiple memorable characters including the Conductor, the Hobo, and Saint Nick himself. He even did the motion-capture for the main character but the character got voiced by the kid from Spy Kids (never knew that until this recent watch) who does a good job as well. Besides the animation, the main complaint that people seem to have with this film is its eerie and sometimes awkward tone that leads to some strange moments (like the Caribu scene). Honestly, I can see why people don't like these scenes but I personally think it adds to the uniqueness and memorability of this film. There are many moments where it feels like you're watching a simulator ride from Universal, which might be why a lot of people liked seeing this film in 3D. Those scenes were definitely action-packed and exhilarating. Whether or not you like this movie, it is certainly a memorable experience to watch which is more that can be said for most of the many bland and forgettable Christmas trash that appears on television and in theaters. I think there are just some great cinematic moments in this film, especially the beginning and the ending to this film, that really does engage and bring enjoyment every-time I see it. I can definitely understand if you aren't a fan of this film but I find this to be a great Christmas film that has become tradition for me to see around the season. I'm not turning Christmas into another holiday film marathon like I did with the Netflix Horrorthon. However, I do plan on checking out two other Christmas classics that I've never seen just before Christmas comes to town (I loved that song in this film, by the way).
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Apollo 18 (2011)


Netflix Instant Project 2013
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This is the first horror film I've seen since my Netflix Horrorthon. I saw trailers for this film that got me interested in checking out. However, the negative reception it received lowered my interest but I saw it on the Netflix Instant Project and decided to finally check this film out. I liked this film: yet another found-footage horror film that seems to be the rage nowadays and people are getting sick of it. This one was pretty interesting, though, playing like classified footage from the Apollo mission that nobody knows about: the reason why we stopped taking trips to the moon. Trying to do the typical "this really happened" shtick that many found-footage try doing, this case with a conspiracy website that made me question how the hell they managed to get that footage. The main thing that really works with this film is its really cool presentation and attention to detail with the whole lunar setting. From the footage quality to the astronaut suits to the spaceship to the actual moon, they really did a great job replicating a real moon landing that I was almost fooled that it was real a couple times. Yet it really managed to threatened my disbelief (even more than those aliens) when it came to how they moved on the moon because of how easily it was for them to run and walk on the moon. I felt the beginning dragged and left me confused, also the characters aren't that particularly memorable that I didn't even remember their names. It is certainly nothing groundbreaking or terrifying but still a very well-directed and enjoyable film that didn't deserve to be so viciously-bashed. If you want to check out a decent horror film, this is definitely one to consider watching.
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UPDATE: MY NETFLIX ACCOUNT HAS BEEN CANCELLED. SO I'M NO LONGER VIEWING NETFLIX MOVIES AS OF NOW, STILL HOPE YOU ENJOY THE LIST. :)
I have bought a streaming account on Netflix just to have the chance to check out certain movies that I probably would never have the chance of seeing. Here is the full list of movies that I've watched on Netflix Instant Watch. This is actually a continuation of an IMDB list I made with the exact same amount of content. However, I think it'll be more easier to put it on this website because it's specifically made for lists like these. So, here we go "Movies I've Streamed On Netflix Instant Watch".

Netflix Movie Stream Awards 2013 (Movies #1-#71)
http://www.listal.com/list/netflix-movie-stream-awards-2013

Netflix Movie Stream Awards 2014 (Movies #72-#89)
http://www.listal.com/list/netflix-movie-stream-awards-2014

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Posted: 3 years, 10 months ago at Aug 17 9:50
An excellent list! And you should check out more of the DC animated films and Kevin Smith's films :D they are really great! Earned my vote!
Posted: 3 years, 9 months ago at Sep 17 4:37
Glad you enjoyed Road to Rio! And I liked it better than Cairo too.
Posted: 3 years, 8 months ago at Oct 6 21:49
Awesome that you're doing a Horrorfest this month too! I like how you've started with some classics, very cool. Hoping to have my Horrorfest list up soon, though I'm off to a slow start so far.
Posted: 3 years, 8 months ago at Oct 31 6:59
Wow, you've had a great month! I love the Evil Dead films, Re-Animator is excellent, Carrie yep agreed (and I have zero interest in the new remake), Ghostbusters is a classic & probably most of my love for it is from having grown up with it. I too watched The Frighteners this month & enjoyed it well enough.

If you're unsure what to watch for Halloween that's streaming, I recommend The Host (2006), Rosemary's Baby, or Hellraiser. Course I recommend those films regardless, but still. :)
Posted: 3 years, 7 months ago at Nov 6 23:53
Glad to see you so enjoyed The Host! Agreed with all you said about it & those are the same reasons I love the film too.
Posted: 3 years, 7 months ago at Nov 7 15:43
John Dies definitely isn't for everyone. Sorry to see you didn't enjoy it. Did you want to withdraw your support of it from the Netflix project?
Posted: 3 years, 7 months ago at Nov 7 21:24
@the giraffe- I didn't know you could do that but even then, I don't want to because I stand by that this definitely a film that someone could definitely enjoy. I am well-aware a lot of people on this site do really like this, I am a bit disappointed I didn't like it myself but I still go ahead with my decision.
Posted: 3 years, 7 months ago at Nov 7 23:05
I'll leave your support for it then as well as link to your list now. I think most of us usually support the films after we've watched them, but you're welcome to support them before if you want to. :)
Posted: 3 years, 7 months ago at Nov 10 16:47
Chasing Amy is my favorite of Smith's films, though Clerks. is a close second. Of his films currently available on Netflix, Zack & Miri is the one I would most recommend checking out next. And I'd recommend watching Mallrats and Dogma before watching Jay & Silent Bob Strike Back (and all those before Clerks 2, though I enjoyed it more than Jay & Silent Bob).

I also think Red State is worth watching just to see him take on horror for a change. Plus Michael Parks' performance makes it worthwhile.
Posted: 3 years, 6 months ago at Dec 28 4:52
Yep, Christmas Vacation is a classic. Such a fun film. It's been a while now since I watched either, but growing up I always enjoyed both Vacation and European Vacation as well. After that, yeah, they get pretty terrible.
Posted: 3 years, 5 months ago at Jan 20 6:42
Glad you finally watched Pulp Fiction! And yep, I'm one of those who has watched it too many times & can quote the majority of it. Heh. Personally I don't think Tarantino has directed and/or written a single film that's not worth watching, so it'll be interesting to see how you feel about the rest of his films (regardless of whether they show up in this list, and I know most of his films aren't on instant).

Clue is a lot of fun too, and a film that's had a permanent home in my collection for many years now. Agreed also on Super 8, Lars & the Real Girl, and Jay & Silent Bob (well, aside from the idea the latter is better than Clerks. of course).
Posted: 1 year, 3 months ago at Mar 14 0:23
Very glad to see you enjoyed Dope so well. Its charms definitely outshine any minor flaws it has. :)
Posted: 1 year, 1 month ago at May 2 14:44
I just added the Fluffy movie to my queue last week! We were watching it at the firehouse, but I never got to finish it.

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