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The Thin Red Line
14 months ago via Rotten Tomatoes
½

Imagine a lesser known Saving Private Ryan but extremely boring., Well, The Thin Red Line is that exact movie. Director Terrence Malick did however, bring some light into this story. The cinematography was great, the landscaping was impressive, and all of the cast members did well with the script. It should have been another landmark, but its not. Why? It has an extremely elongated run time without any focus. While the emotional depth was all dried-up by the absent amount of pure enjoyment. Still, its a good film that you'll forget about quiet quickly.

The Number 23
The Number 23 (2007)
14 months ago via Rotten Tomatoes

A truly bad movie by Joel Schumacher; it maybe worse than Batman & Robin. Also perhaps the worst movie Jim Carrey has ever starred in. The plot is horrible, absent in both suspense or thrills. The characters are contrived, lifeless, marionette puppets. The script gives us no value whatsoever. With an ending that is the absolute worst. Its dumb, agonizing, senseless, and totally illogical. Don't ever watch this monstrosity, I beg of you.

Lucy
Lucy (2014)
14 months ago via Rotten Tomatoes

Easily the most divisive movie of the decade; one that I did not like. Lucy offers us nice visuals and plenty of thought. But everything else is a mess. The plot was false, stupid, and cliched. The screenplay was repetitive, uninspired, and boring. Performances that were bland and generic. With a conclusion that was ridiculous, odd, and just plain bad. I highly recommend you watch something else. Then drive all your interest in watching this film into a ditch.

Nine Lives
Nine Lives (2016)
14 months ago via Rotten Tomatoes

What a horrible movie on display here. The plot was awful, the acting was awful, the messages were awful, the script was awful, everything in this soul crushing viewing experience was awful. How could all these great actors and director Barry Sonnenfeld agree to make this? One of the worst movies ever made. Overall rating: 0.

Minority Report
14 months ago via Rotten Tomatoes

Steven Spielberg's Minority Report is another thriller that showcases his film making talents. It has a great story that gets you invested quickly. A reliable amount of sci-fi elements and action. Along with a nice script and strong directing. Although it does take some strange and dumpy directions with the plot, it still manages to get to its destination just fine. Clearly, early 2000s enjoyment.