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Dogma 10/10 

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Disconnect (2012) - 7.5/10

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The Hudsucker Proxy: 8/10  Super cheesy and full of cliches, it somehow manages to be really enjoyable and put smile on my face.  The dialogue wasn't nearly as impressive as other Coen Brother films but there was a "I'm praying to you!" line from Millers Crossing and a dream sequence very similar to The Big Lebowski.  I was also pretty happy to see Steve Buscemi.

 

The Rover: 6/10 Pretty stereotypical end of the world wasteland movie.  The Aussie accents were a huge let down.  


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Finding Vivian Maier (2013): 8/10

 

It teeters on being uncomfortably voyeuristic, but ultimately Maier's mystery prevails--she still mostly remains in shadow. But even if she didn't, we'd still watch it anyways, because of course, we are drawn to genius. And to madness. And all the available evidence seems to point to Maier being in possession of both. An engrossing documentary that I can't quite rate higher, as I wish it had been as interested in her art as it was in her.

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Kite (2014)    I simply cannot give this a number rating. Instead I'm going to give it a U for unwatchable, which is in fact exactly what it is.

 

                    Take a 1998 Hentai film, slot Sam Jackson in it because you know he'll always show up just for the paycheck. Add in India Eisley who seems like she'd be maxed out on talent trying to shoot a Burger King commercial and you have a recipe for something so boring you'll actually be watching your fingernails grow rather than the screen.

 

Anyone with this film on their resume should probably consider moving to Antarctica and operating a shelter for crack addicted penguins.

 

Save yourself some grief and money and watch Borgman instead. It is incomprehensible as well ,but styled and acted impeccably. 7 out of 10 for it.

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Red Tails (2012)

Ridiculous dialogue and dogfights with cartoonish germans. I was expecting a serious movie but instead I got a crappy wanna-be comedy.

4/10

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I decided to make a small horror marathon and check some of the newer movies

The Pact II - 1/10

The first movie was nothing special but at least was watchable. This movie was downright unbearable. Very very bad story and acting. And I know Camilla Luddington can act, so I don't know what happened here or was it just the stupid script.

 

At the Devil's Door - 4/10

The director and writer of the first Pact movie decided to make this one instead of the above-mentioned Pact sequel and made the right choice. At the Devil's Door is no masterpiece by any means but at least has the right atmosphere and vibe to keep you watching it till the end. Might not be particularly original but I somewhat enjoyed some parts of it.

 

7500 - 3/10

Quite mediocre and predictable but at least had a good cast and wasn't too boring. Of course, I expected a lot more from Takashi Shimizu than a sub-par take on Japanese mythology and 

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The Sixth Sense

 

The Possession of Michael King - 5.5/10

It tackled some interesting ideas. Shane Johnson was pretty darn good in the leading role and carried the whole movie on his shoulders. Story-wise the movie started off promising but it kinda loses its focus toward the end and I would have liked a bit less of the same and a bit more originality and in-depth take on some of the themes instead (as the movie is on the short side) but overall it'a a decent movie and I quite enjoyed it, especially compared to the other movies in this post. 


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A fantastic fear of everything. 8/10, I love Simon Pegg and British humor, made me laugh quite a bit.

 

Let me in. 7/10, this is one movie the critics enjoyed A LOT, I didn't like it all that much though, I knew exactly what would happen a couple minutes before it happened. It's still pretty solid.

 

Tucker & Dale Vs. Evil. 10/10. In my opinion, this movie is hilarious, it's a great horror movie parody. If you're into that kind of stuff, watch it.


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Tucker & Dale Vs. Evil. 10/10. In my opinion, this movie his hilarious, it's a great horror movie parody. If you're into that kind of stuff, watch it.

LOL I'm giving this a try tonight.  I just skipped through it and saw the Fargo woodchipper scene.  So stupidly funny.

 

Barton Fink: 7.5/10  Really good job at exploring the theme of doing creative work on a deadline and showing the different kinds of life each character "enjoys" I could have done without the whole serial killer plot.  It's really pretty interesting that they wrote this when they were stuck with Millers Crossing.  

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Red Tails (2012)

Ridiculous dialogue and dogfights with cartoonish germans. I was expecting a serious movie but instead I got a crappy wanna-be comedy.

4/10

 

Once upon a time I looked forward to that movie. Despite George Lucas. 

 

Need more in the genre love the planes. I did have fun with flyboys :)

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