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6 votes
Sinister
Reviewed by PvtCaboose91
"The symbol is associated with a Pagan deity named Baghuul... He consumes the souls of the human children." Let's not mince words here: Sinister scared the fucking shit out of me, and that is not an accolade I hand out lightly. It's rare... More
Promoted 11 months ago
8 votes
The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug
Reviewed by Bml93
Warning: This might be more rambling, than an actual coherent review. The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug is that difficult second film in this trilogy. It's difficult in the sense that it has to improve on what, in many peoples eyes (no... More
Promoted 11 months, 2 weeks ago
4 votes
The Black Cauldron
Reviewed by johanlefourbe
Back in the 80’s, Disney had a hard time with their animated features, they were pretty much all flops, including this movie. Personally, even though it is not one of Disney’s greatest, I always had a weak spot for this flick. Indeed, I... More
Promoted 11 months, 3 weeks ago
9 votes
Memento
Reviewed by Ricky49er
There is so many great things to talk about this movie but I have decided to leave this review spoiler-less. Either way this is one of those films that is great to watch when you have barely a clue about what the film is about. So if you ar... More
Promoted 11 months, 4 weeks ago
5 votes
The Godfather
Reviewed by The Mighty Celestial
Top 10 reasons why the Godfather is my favorite movie of all time: 10. The late great John Cazale. An actor who in his short film career, never starred in any movie rated less than an A+. 9. Marlon Brando is back with a performance ... More
Promoted 11 months, 4 weeks ago
7 votes
Eyes of Laura Mars
Reviewed by Mass. Patriot
One of my favorites thriller movies was written by...guess who...John Carpenter ! Directed by Irvin "The Empire Strikes Back" Kershner and shooted in New York during the Fall/Winter of 1977. Barbra Streisand and Discomusic soundtrack, 70's ... More
Promoted 12 months ago
20 votes
The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey
Reviewed by Bml93
At last. Finally are we back in Middle-Earth. After several years in development hell, Peter Jackson takes us back to one of the most beloved and magical worlds in cinematic and literature history. Jackson did justice to J.R.R Tokien's The ... More
Promoted 12 months ago
5 votes
Modern Vampires of the City
Reviewed by Time Bomb
With a title that seems to be the new episode of the Twilight saga and a magnificent cover - a photograph of New York in 1966, by Neal Boenzi, which portrays the Big Apple on the day of maximum pollution in its history - the return Vampire ... More
Promoted 12 months ago
9 votes
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire
Reviewed by PvtCaboose91
"The other victors. Because of her, they all pose a threat. Because of her, they all think they are invincible." For those unfamiliar with Suzanne Collins' Hunger Games novels, 2012's The Hunger Games was a tough sell, cursed with nausea... More
Promoted 1 year ago
9 votes
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire
Reviewed by Bml93
I liked 2012's The Hunger Games. It was an entertaining and well-made film, but it also managed to be thought-provoking with some spot-on social commentary. The sequel, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, is everything the last film was, but i... More
Promoted 1 year ago
5 votes
Super Mario 64
Reviewed by Pumpkinate
In 1996, different game developers were scrambling to be the first to put out a fully 3D game in the vein of the sidescrolling genre. Along the same time that the American Naughty Dog was trying to convert the platformer formula into 3D, Ni... More
Promoted 1 year ago
6 votes
Scream
Reviewed by PvtCaboose91
"Movies don't create psychos. Movies make psychos more creative!" For horror fans, Scream should not require an introduction. Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho introduced the slasher genre in 1960 before John Carpenter reinvented it with 1978's ... More
Promoted 1 year ago
5 votes
Ed Wood
Reviewed by LordDarkrai
For those who have no idea who Edward D. Wood Jr is. He is an optimistic filmmaker that is famous or infamous for creating movies like "Plan 9 from Outer Space", and "Glen or Glenda" that people called them the worst films ever made. In the... More
Promoted 1 year, 1 month ago
6 votes
Trance
Reviewed by PvtCaboose91
"The choice is yours. Do you want to remember or do you want to forget?" Trance is classic Danny Boyle in every sense of the word, a sophisticated thriller more in the vein of Trainspotting than his more linear recent efforts. It's unsur... More
Promoted 1 year, 1 month ago
5 votes
Spirited Away
Reviewed by AgentLexi
''Don't you see? It's called... Love.'' In the middle of her family's move to the suburbs, a sullen 10-year-old girl Chihiro/ Sen wanders into a world ruled by gods, witches, and monsters; where humans are changed into animals; and a bat... More
Promoted 1 year, 1 month ago
8 votes
World War Z
Reviewed by johanlefourbe
When I first heard about this movie, I got pretty excited. At last, we had a blockbuster starring Brad Pitt, one of the most reliable actors at work nowadays, with Marc Forster, a really exciting director, and it was an adaptation of a best... More
Promoted 1 year, 1 month ago
5 votes
Live Free or Die Hard
Reviewed by The Flagship
Whoever agreed to make another Die Hard film certainly had a lot of pressure on their shoulders. It's not just any old action film, but probably one of the greatest films of the genre! The franchise spawned many elements which became clich... More
Promoted 1 year, 1 month ago
12 votes
Gravity
Reviewed by PvtCaboose91
"Beautiful, don't you think?" A long-gestating pet project for director and co-writer Alfonso Cuarón, Gravity is one of those rare motion pictures with the potential to appeal to both critics as well as average Joe movie-goers. See, the... More
Promoted 1 year, 1 month ago