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“Stephenie Meyer does for the alien invasion genre what she did for vampires and werewolves: she takes away everything you love about it, stuffs it with her own bizarre mythology, and uses it mostly to create a love triangle and romantic angst.”
“No need to quibble over dates any longer to determine which generation you belong to. If you hate Space Jam, you’re a Gen-Xer. If you like it, you’re a Millennial.”
“In some ways, it’s like the Goodfellas of time travel films—a compelling drama and character study of people we would never want to cross paths with in real life. ”
It instantly became a cult classic on social media, and now there's not a single person on the Internet who hasn't talked about this movie. But since some people are still on the fence about watching it, what the hell, here's a review!
Cecils reviews the sequel to the Conan ripoff that plays more like slapstick comedy.
Join Renegado and Obscurus Lupa as they delve into a Chupacabra "movie" with a plot that has nothing to do with a Chupacabra. But it does have a stupid fucking twist!
It's judgment time as Joey reviews a comic book movie (because we haven't had enough of those in recent years)!
A post-apocalyptic film from Cannon Films? Yes, please!
“Robot & Frank gives audiences a touching look at what might happen in a near future where intelligent, domestic robots have become a reality.”
Sofie's Miyazaki March continues in this second installment of the month.
“I guess they were going for the ‘making simple things as cryptic as possible’ motif of the series, not realizing that it didn’t really work all that well on the show, either.”
“Damn, first half the world gets frozen over, then Cheney gets to be President. It really is the apocalypse!”
“It’s a refreshingly outlandish concept, but unfortunately, the kooky title and premise of this movie end up being the most entertaining aspects of it.”
“Despite the terrible reviews it got upon release, Equilibrium has become a cult favorite, and for good reason. It boasts high energy combat scenes as well as a much deeper literary meaning.”
Sofie has decided to make March 2014 into Miyazaki March, where she reviews the films of acclaimed Japanese director Hayao Miyazaki, starting with his very first feature Lupin the III: The Castle of Cagliostro.
“Batman is a testament to how with enough hype, even a fundamentally mediocre film can break box office records and automatically become a ‘classic’ after the requisite number of years have passed.”
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