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29 Mar 2020 09:04:40
Bad Boys for Life. Entertaining? Watchable. Funny? Yes. Is this any better than the first two? Not for me. The second was loud and brutal, and I was expecting it to be carried on in this third, but it didn't. Michael Bay made stupid Transformers movies, but I strangely missing his way of direction and action for this one. The chemistry between Smith and Lawrence is still strong in this one, but you can tell and feel from the plots and setpieces that they have aged and things feel slower and softer than they used to be. I'm a big fan of the Bad Boys films, but I don't think that this third movie is any better than its predecessors. I'm quite disappointed to be honest, but at least I had some fun.


1.) 29 Mar 2020 17:55:31
I liked it. Thought it was decent and left it open at the end. Will still looks bout 26 anyway lol



25 Feb 2020 22:24:50
What do you guys think about It Chapter Two? Its a bit of a mixed feeling for me. I was hoping for it to be scarier, since it's a horror movie obviously. I know the first wasn't scary as much as I hoped, just hoped it will be better for the second. However, I find Chapter Two quite entertaining when it comes to the effects, but it gave the feeling of more of a creature sci-fi film than a horror film (referring to the finale when the Losers face to fight the It). I really enjoyed the humours in it. Some nice flashbacks or scenes when it shows the young Losers, and I really like the ending. Its just that after watching it, it doesn't feel like I just watched a horror movie.


1.) 27 Feb 2020 14:21:51
I agree Haizan there's no way I would consider this a horror movie, I left the cinema with mixed feelings, mainly really annoyed as it wasn't what I expected or wanted to see but at the end of the day it was following the book, the CGI was horrible and way over the top imo which ruined the movie for me. The 1st chapter was 10 times better and even that wasn't great. 4/10

2.) 09 Mar 2020 11:08:13
I felt a bit disappointed. The Part 1 set it up perfectly, maybe the reason why i had high expectations, but chapter 2 dropped the ball of sorts



20 Feb 2020 15:14:24
Wow. Angel Has Fallen is not that bad. Sometimes we do need this kind of film; kill some hours with lots of nice and big explosions.




01 Feb 2020 02:00:30
Hobbs and Shaw. I really had a mixed feeling after watching it. A part of me enjoyed it; lots ot ludicirous action and some good humour, but yet the sci-fi futuristic concept was totally over-the-top. I can accept it if it's some sort of new story about agents fighting super villains, but this is part of Fast and Furious franchise. I enjoyed it though, but again, this isn't Fast and Furious anymore. I was hoping since Justin Lin is back for the Fast 9, there might not have much futuristic stuffs unlike Hobbs and Shaw and Fast 8. I was wrong. The trailer I just watched clearly shows that they are going to continue with this direction. I think I might enjoy it as well though, and I have to start to accept that the street-racers stealing dvd players are long gone.

Two other movies I watched recently were Rambo Last Blood and the 2019 Hellboy. I'll make it short here; as for Rambo, don't waste your time. Enough said.

For Hellboy, strangely I really like it, and I felt it is much better than del Toro's Hellboy (I never enjoyed both of del Toro's Hellboy films anyway). I felt that Harbour is a much better Hellboy than Perlman. Some of the visuals and effects were quite bad, some were quite nice. Really like the sequence at the final part of the film when Hellboy unleashed giant demons in the city. Baba Yaga was super creepy. The story or plot was quite a mess though, but I still really enjoyed it. But there won't be any sequels that's for sure. What a waste.


1.) 08 Feb 2020 12:00:10
Liked Hobbs and Shaw myself, def over the top but I enjoyed it lol. Was curious about Rambo but thought it'd be bad, so I'll give it a miss cheers.

Kinda liked Hellboy myself too and agree with what you say, but I did like Perlman myself



27 Jan 2020 02:31:55
Finished watching two horror movies; Scary Stories To Tell In The Dark, and Brightburn.

For Scary Stories, I like how it blended in some light humours in it, ala IT. I was expecting this to be "darker". There weren't much jump scares in it, but that isn't me telling that it wasn't scary. Love the creature effects especially the Jangly Man. I really like the narration at the end of it, it was a nice touch. I'm not sure if it stays true to the books, but I personally find this is a good horror movie.

As for Brightburn, I don't know how to say it but basically I felt a bit disappointed. Some nice gores, but the overall story was a bit meh. I really like the idea, the idea of a baby fell from the sky grew up becomes evil instead of a hero, but it seems didn't really work out as much. The ending tried to tease you that it might be possible that there will be a sequel or a possible franchise, possibly mashing up with a character from the film Super. Overall, I would say this film is a miss despite the potential for it being a hit.





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02 Dec 2019 05:35:04
Ok I get it Mort. Thanks.

What do you think about the casts part that I pointed out?




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28 Nov 2019 12:55:13
I somehow felt that the choice of actors is one of the problems as well. Nick Stahl as Connor in T3 was a bad choice, but the story was simple enough that it was still enjoyable if not great. Great actors in Salvation, but Bale was exaggerating at times, the other characters just didn't fit in, the script was bad, different story but badly directed. I have no idea how McG who made those two crap Charlie Angels movies can be given the mantel to make Salvation. Genisys with bad casting for both Sarah and Reese, even John Connor should be given to someone else, ok story, hate the twists, but the actors made it worst.

That is one of the reason I feel to compare to Jurassic Park is not really that relevant. At least Jurassic World have interesting casts, the humours fit in well and carried well by the actors, though the story is a bit "same old same old".




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12 Sep 2019 11:22:23
I also think he was good as the bad guy in Broken Arrow. Thing is, most of his other films are crap. The recent one, and I haven't watch it yet, titled Speed Kills. That's a really crap title.




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11 Sep 2019 11:11:13
Glad u both feel the same, even though I for one really like the film.

Too many reboots and remakes are going on. Most of the times they ended up making them worst and not better.


{Ed001's Note - I hate reboots and remakes, which is why I can't stand Tarantino as 'homages' are just poor copies. Though sometimes they can make a better version, 99% of them are just trash. Though Bollywood would be in trouble if reboots and remakes were banned!}



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04 Sep 2019 15:09:47
I am really looking forward for it too. I really like how it looks in the trailers.

I read it somewhere it is meant to be a standalone film though. Does it mean they won't connect it with the Batman character? That part really is a big question mark for me.





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