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[Art of Beetlejuice (1988)]


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rrees on Inception (2010)
What I learned from Inception is: that movie actors can make cars bullet-proof, that everyone's subconscious consists of schlocky action movies and that Hans Zimmer can fill any weak point in a screenplay with a surge of beautiful strings. While this is a great summer blockbuster it lacks weight in everything except the casting.
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ValVincent on Gone Baby Gone (2007)
Gone Baby Gone is a drama thriller about an unconventional kidnapping. The story has great twists and the acting is superb. It's ending will bring out some mixed emotions in you.
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falcon105 on The Godfather (1972)
the best ... brings the novel to screen and makes it even better
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thaklos on 2012 (2009)
This is a terrible film, rife with ridiculously ill-conceived characters, acting, and plot devices. That said, it is often awful in a humorous way, and I was not bored during my lengthy stay in the theatre. Calling it overlong would be an understatement, but at least Emmerich didn't shy away from destroying everything in sub par bouts of CGI madness. I couldn't believe, and I couldn't care, but snickering at this film was a privilege.
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whatismyname on Grandma's Boy (2006)
Film was supposed to be funny, but it really wasn't.
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Stain on Men in Black (1997)
Will Smith's urban-wiseguy persona gets old, and the big test scene isn't convincing AT ALL. Otherwise this is a really fun movie. Creative and warped from start to finish
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magb on Saving Private Ryan (1998)
One of the best American war movies that's primarily centered on the actual combat. It falls into some of the traps Spielberg always seems to walk into with glee, such as some unnecessary triumphant music, but it's definitely one of Spiel's best efforts.
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Spunkie on Avatar (2009)
I could have scored it 90 on the movie break, I was so immersed till the invasion started. Outright clash is expected and inevitable from the foundation of Avatar, but would it have to be this sharp with this stereotypical -human- side and resolutions? Nevertheless Avatar doesn't fail to be an experience of here and now. Visual flaws and abnormalities are so few, my professional side was harrased since I can never match this technical quality. Especially facial expressions is noteworthy.
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Derekstar on The Hangover (2009)
This was exactly what I expected. Pretty funny, but not groundbreaking. I did like how they actually tried to run with a legitimate mystery plot for the first bit of the movie, but that kind of goes out the window eventually. That just leaves us with my original point. Exactly what I expected, but pretty funny.
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ispn on Madagascar (2005)
A completely forgettable animation. Despite the appeal of a few side characters the main story is a typical and blundering tale of self discovery. I have to admit owning it, but only because someone gave it to me.
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