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This review contains spoilers, click full review link to view. It's a really good movie, and Brad Pitt carries it. There's a moment toward the end that reminded me quite a bit of the end of Human Centipede, and if you've seen both movies, you know what I'm talking about. It's nowhere near as good as Private Ryan, Full Metal Jacket, or any other contemporary war flick. But absolutely worth seeing.… Full Review »
A heart-warming, cliche bucket which to be honest is in parts humorous but for the most part it fails to hook the film goer into actually caring about the characters. It hits almost every cliche on the head from big city lawyer goes home to a small town to a father and son fishing on the lake with a whole sandwich of other cringy/yet surprisingly forgivable sequences, mostly due to RDJ's black tie humour.
My biggest complaint has to be the court case. The story behind it and build up kind of felt like someone letting the air out of a deflating balloon in a cactus farm.… Full Review »
While trying for E.T./Goonies you get a watered down film that never allows you to get attached to the children or its alien companion. The film just seemed rushed and never took the time to establish anyone or thing. Overall it's just kind of average. C+… Full Review »
This review contains spoilers, click full review link to view. Beat my expectation. Looking at the poster itself seemed like a boring movie but the surprisingly weak plot-twist (SPOILER) like the girl he made out is his daughter, turns out to be his niece and later on his own daughter having similarities to her was interesting and funny. They approached the audience well, its a movie about a man who had father issues and addressed it well. You cant be coming into this movie thinking its going to be Iron Man 3 and having to be a movie about attorneys, they had to make it somewhat interesting for the audience. Good movie to see with a friend or brother and sister!… Full Review »
Filled to the brim with intense fight scenes and unique bad guys for the protagonist (Iko Uwais) to fight through, the anticipated sequel to Gareth Evan's "The Raid" or "The Raid: Redemption" is better than the first. The action and fight scenes are bigger now that the stakes are no longer in a dingy hotel but in the actual city. You will feel motivated to fight the nearest bully closest to you after watching this.… Full Review »