A pathetic attempt to make a female version of buddy cops. The acting… MoreA pathetic attempt to make a female version of buddy cops. The acting by Melissa McCarthy was great, writing was clever, sure. But the plot offered nothing interesting, easily predictable and the jokes were mediocre. The soundtrack is pretty horrible too, I think it would have been a much better film if Dippoid was not the director, how did Dippoid made these horrendous technical decisions was still a mystery to me.
A drama about two dysfunctional families in the Thanksgiving of 1973.… MoreA drama about two dysfunctional families in the Thanksgiving of 1973. Their normal appearance on the outside is filled with sex and drugs on the inside. It's entertaining but also disturbing to watch. I really enjoy the ensemble and the incorporation of young actors.
One of my favorite Disney films. The Nightmare Before Christmas has a… MoreOne of my favorite Disney films. The Nightmare Before Christmas has a blend of fantasy, roamnce and comedy; The songs and characters were memorable, the message was clearly conveyed and the animation was stunning. I was really emotionally connected with the main characters, I used to get scared watching it as a child but I cried twice watching the film as I've grown up. Definitely a must see and a Christmas/Halloween tradition.
A secret society gone wrong, with recycled plot from other youth adult… MoreA secret society gone wrong, with recycled plot from other youth adult films. There's nothing interesting about this film, avoid at all cost.
There's barely any plot at all, but there's enough mindless action and… MoreThere's barely any plot at all, but there's enough mindless action and violence to entertain everyone. I do appreciate the camera works and the fighting sequences, but the acting was really bad. It would be a great film if you don't really have any brain cells at all.
One of the most disturbing films I've seen in a long time. The only… MoreOne of the most disturbing films I've seen in a long time. The only problem with the film s that the titular character is unlikable unlike Kakihara who is the antagonist yet he was perfectly memorable. Nao Omori sucks to say the least. It's bloody, it's violent and it's misogynist. You can't help but crack up at some of the gleeful violence. The costumes were perfectly gang member like, the set of the Japanese city was great. However, I was critical about the writing, depsite knowing that it's meant to be far fetched schlocky fun yet the dialogues and some of the actions were not good enough to be of any artistic value.
This is beyond bad, but in a schlocky way. Nothing original here, just… MoreThis is beyond bad, but in a schlocky way. Nothing original here, just repeated dialogues, cliched plot and typical character archetype.
Very surrealistic and I don't even understand what the point of the… MoreVery surrealistic and I don't even understand what the point of the film really is. Despite not having a plot, it was still quite masterful and intuitive in terms of the filming style. A very strange film to summarize it, very much like Easerhead but less provocative and disturbing.
Though not as good as the first film, Machete Kills still has it's… MoreThough not as good as the first film, Machete Kills still has it's fair share of exploitation that amuses the audience. I was fairly disappointed with the film overall, The plot was very loose, violence weren't gleeful, lighting was terrible, you couldn't see a thing. No wonder it was panned by the critics. And finally, the message was terrible, what is wrong with you Rodriguez? I was expecting so much more from you.