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Rush Hour (1998)
Fun duo. I was entertained.
Little Miss Sunshine (2006)
It's a solid feel-good movie, and that's weird to say, since the family is pretty fucked-up (but aren't we all?). Anyway, it's heartwearming, and when they all dance at the beauty pageant, I can't stop cheering.
What a complete travesty. The choice of cast is interesting (I love Anne Hathway and Joseph Gordon-Levitt), but I loathe all the characters, and there's nothing intriguing about this movie.
Miles Teller and Shailene Woodley are great, and they have a good chemistry. I liked the first half, but the movie went a bit downhill during the second half.
Ellen Page is amazing, I adore her. I think this movie is sweet, and it makes roller derby look pretty cool. Also, the dominance of female charcaters is pleasing in this movie, even though many of the characters are a bit stereotypical.
Gone Girl (2014)
This movie is really sick. David Fincher always seem to impress me. The cast is great. The suspense is top-notch. The soundtrack is cool. I love the movie.
I gotta admit that I enjoyed this movie. It's first of all pretty pleasing to look at, surprisingly, and I liked the cast. Richard Madden surely fits to be Prince Charming, and Lily Collins is cute. But I'm never been fond of the tale, and its message to young girls.
Scooby-Doo on Zombie Island (1998)
This movie brings nostalgia. I watched it with my brothers when we were kids, and I loved it. The zombies freaked me out. I still think it's a solid movie, and a lot of fun to watch.
I love movies about finding yourself. I think "Wild" is a great movie, and it inspires me.
The Theory of Everything (2014)
Eddie Redmayne is outstanding. He deserved the Oscar. As for the movie, I was a little disappointed. It's a standard biopic, but I got bored, and I hate to say that about a movie. I know this movie focused on the marriage between Stephen and Jane, but I wanted to see Hawking's thoughts and theories come to life on screen. It's absolutely possible to make it, but the director only gave us some "eureka" moments. Hawking has achieved extraordinary things, but this movie felt simply ordinary. I'll remember Redmayne's performance though, now that was some magic.
Julianne Moore gave a terrific performance, and wathcing her character's struggle with Alzheimers was very heartbreaking.
Fifty Shades of Grey (2015)
I stand by my opinion from last time I watched it. Read my diary from February.
Lots of people hate this movie. The level of dumbness in this movie is high, but I find it absolutely entertaining. Had a good time watching with my friend. I can't take it seriously, and I laughed. A lot.
Hot Shots! Part Deux (1993)
I liked the first movie, and part deux also delivered the good stuff. Lots of funny jokes and references.
I was surprised by this movie. It's political, yet very clever. The camera work is great. I love the documentary filming. The design of the aliens is also pretty cool.
The Rock (1996)
This is solid action with a terrific cast. I like Nicolas Cage, and he and Sean Connery make a great duo on screen. The story is very engaging, and the action sequences are full with thrills and epic music by Hans Zimmer. Michael Bay has actually made a really badass movie.
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