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Deadpool

 

9,223,372,036,854,775,806/9,223,372,036,854,775,807

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Deadpool gets 4 shots fired out of 4. For the kind of movie it's supposed to be, and was, it's perfect.

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Hail, Caesar!

 

10/10 ign This was a brilliant film. The online ratings made me think it wasn't gonna be this good but I understand why it got that rating. This is, in essence, a film making fun of itself and all of hollywood and filled with industry satire and inside jokes that, if not for all the stories my dad has told me through the years about his background acting, I might not have understood most of.

 

That and it also approached comedy much more subtly than a lot of comedies.

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Spotlight is totally 5/7.

 

For a really talky film with hardly no heavily dramatic scenes, Spotlight was so unexpectedly gripping and interesting. I absolutely love this film and the people behind it. I am even happier that this won the Oscar for Best Picture just now.

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The Witch

I really, REALLY like what this movie was trying to do, sticking it up to the horror genre which has been absolute garbage as of late.

One of the best horror movies I've seen so far

8/10

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I saw Zootopia

 

It was good. Funny, well-animated, not boring, well planned out storyline, etc. Fan-service included.

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Pretty good/10

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Deadpool.

 

I was so scared going into this movie. I was convinced they were gonna mess something up or do something wrong. Sure, there were problems. Literally every movie has problems. But this was Deadpool. Like, the actual Deadpool I wanted. The one I saw in the comic books. You have no idea how happy this makes me.

 

10/10 best Marvel movie yet.

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The Lobster

 

Holy crap, was this film an absolute gem. This is probably one of the best dark comedies to come out in the last few years. For people who are really into peculiar and dark humor, this is completely up your alley.

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Zootopia. 8/10

 

Best Disney movie I've seen in a long time.

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10 Cloverfield Lane

 

I would live with John Goodman, even if he owned a creepy dungeon.

 

I never saw the first cloverfield, but I liked this movie. 8.5/10

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Zootopia - 10/10

I was excited for this movie, I went in with high expectations and each and every one of them was met + more.

Rarely do I see a movie that'll stick with me as well as this one did. It's earned a spot as my 2nd favorite animated movie of all time and possibly within my top 10 favorite movies.

 

Batman v. Superman - 5/10

I'm not a huge DC fan, but the inconsistencies with the DC universe are too easy to recognize even for me. Most of the characters felt flat and the only one I loved was Lex Luthor. There's hardly any Batman v. Superman within the actual movie and it was much more hard to follow than it needed to be.

As insubstantial as it was, it was still decently entertaining as an action flick. Not at all worth the price of a movie ticket though.

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Deapool 10/10

Batman V Superman 6/10

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(Spoilers to other franchises below)

 

Inside Out. I was sad at the end of FullMetal Alchemist, I was sad at the end of Crisis Core (even shed a tear), I was sad when Aeris died (hell, I still get emotional over that), I was sad with Kingdom Hearts BBS (hell, with most of the games), I was sad at Gwen's death in The Amazing Spider-Man 2, I was sad at many other things, sad at other movies. But holy fuck this movie, I just could not hold back the waterworks. I pretty much was knee deep in my tears. I have no rating for this.

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Gone Girl

 

This movie makes me afraid to have a penis. I rate 9/10

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The Grindhouse Double Feature films

7/10 for Planet Terror

9/10 for Death Proof

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Minions. 9/10

 

I laughed a rather significant amount.

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Doomsday (2008)

 

The film is basically 28 Days Later, resulting in Escape from New York, in the style of Mad Max 2, with some Far Cry 3 thrown in. And set in Scotland. Has some nice action, but it suffers from the same problem a lot of films have: Fight scenes shot in such a way that you have no idea what's going on. Also has a few pretty cool practical effects though.

Extremely silly, but also entertaining. Has a few problems, but is still fun.

5.5/10

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