Category Archive: Movie Reviews

Aug 07 2014

Movie Review: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles – Very watchable

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As a fan of the original Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles [TMNT], I was really interested to see the new version. TMNT [1990] did good in theaters, having two follow sequels and a spinoff cartoon series. I knew I was going to have to see simply because of the new graphics and money that they could …

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Aug 01 2014

Movie Review: Guardians of the Galaxy – Simply Awesome

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I went to go see Guardians of the Galaxy last night and I’m happy to report that Marvel Studios has another blockbuster movie on her hands with this release. I’m really glad to see that Marvel Studios put so much effort and care into their productions. I have to say that the release of the …

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Feb 15 2014

Movie review: Robocop (2014) – The attempted reboot.

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The reboot version of RoboCop came out this Friday. I’m not a big fan of the obnoxious jerks that go to the movie theaters on Friday night to watch these types of movies, so I typically wait until Saturday morning to watch them. The 80’s version of RoboCop has been one of those movies that …

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Aug 12 2013

Movie Review: Elysium– Good But Has A Strong Political Undertone

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This past weekend, I went to go see the new movie Elysium with Matt Damon. Science fiction movies are always kind of a draw for me. Science fiction pretty much guarantees that the story is going to be somewhat interesting and shows off what Hollywood is doing with the latest graphics. Elysium is a movie …

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Jul 21 2013

Critics for Movies Suck and RED 2 was great!

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I’m finally getting around on doing movies that I see. This past weekend, I would go see RED 2. RED 2 being the sequel to the original release of RED [retired and extremely dangerous]. I thought that the original movie was really good. It had actors that everyone like, like Bruce Willis, Morgan Freeman, John …

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Apr 19 2013

Movie Review: Oblivion [meh- it's okay]

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Last night, I went to go see the new movie called Oblivion, starring Tom Cruise. I’m a big fan of quality science fiction movies. Most of the time, if the actors are decent and the effects are done well, the overall message of the picture will come across and should be fairly good. In Oblivion …

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Nov 19 2012

Movie Review: Skyfall – Brings a more serious Bond

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James Bond is one of those prolific and iconic characters that everyone recognizes. Simply the introduction of James Bond everyone sparks thoughts about spies and gadgets, not to mention the women that have played the role of Bond girl. This past weekend I just a belated trip to the local theater to see the newest/latest …

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Aug 11 2012

Movie review: The Bourne Legacy – Disappointing.

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The Bourne series of movies, the trilogy, while it lasted, has been one of my favorite trilogies. The movie studios have released another Bourne series movie. The latest movie doesn’t have Matt Damon it; Matt chose not to come back to do anymore Bourne movies; I believe because of some sort of disagreement, or falling …

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Aug 03 2012

Movie Review: Total Recall [2012] – Good enough to see twice

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There’s been a lot of criticism about the latest release of Total Recall. I would have to guess that it’s really hard to redefine a cult classic like that. With the original Total Recall having came out in 1990, for some people, it just doesn’t seem that far away since Arnold Schwarzenegger defined the role …

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Jul 23 2012

Movie Review: Batman – The Dark Knight Rises

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I’m sure when people are looking back on how to make a masterpiece film from a comic book super hero, the Batman series from Christopher Nolan is going to be anyone’s first thought. There’s three movies to this Batman series, and the first two were just incredible and it so rare that a series of …

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