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Gremlins (1984)
One of my all time favorite films...and its nearly as old
as I am.

Seriously...this film is 35 years old this year...

I just love it...the characters, the town, the story & of
course...the Gremlins...who (IMO) still look incredible
for a bunch of hand & rod puppets.

10 out of 10!
 
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Well...7 days later...& this weeks Friday Night Movie was...



Gremlins 2: The New Batch (1990)
Possibly the most "off the wall" sequel ever made...Gremlins 2
is basically a live-action cartoon that pokes fun at the original
film without being mean spirited about it.

Joe Dante was given free reign to do whatever he wanted...
and he truly didn't hold anything back.

The Gremlins look & sound better than before & thanks to a
genetics lab in the building, gain many different & interesting
forms & abilities.

I also have to say that the Gremlins look much more lizard-like
in this film as well as many of them having small spikes/bones
sticking out of their faces. Its a really cool design choice that
seems to give these Gremlins more of a "dangerous" edge...
even if most of them act even sillier this time around.

Tony Randall shines as the voice of the "Brain" Gremlin &
Frank Welker makes a welcome return as the voice of Mohawk...
this film's version of "Stripe" from the first film which he also
voiced.

While I will admit this film isn't as good as the first...it still has
a certain "charm" & energy to it that I still love.

9 Out Of 10!
 

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I honestly feel like seeing Joker just so I can be a part of the meme.

Umm last movie? Oh this thing. It was a bit too trope-y but the acting was nice, had some big names and Samuel L. Jackson gave a great performance as the villain

 
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Crawl (2019)
A film in which a Hurricane & a "Swarm" of Alligators try to make
Barry Pepper finally pay for the sin of being in Battlefield Earth.

It was okay I guess...

But then I wasn't expecting any kind of high art.
 

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Philosopher's Stone. God the first 3 Harry Potter movies were so good (they kept going for action scenes over story as the movies went on, with the last 2 in particular being guilty of this)

Rupert Grint as the comic relief, lovable best friend Ronald Weasley is the best in the cast when you look at what he was able to do at such a young age IMO. Radcliffe and Watson weren't bad but their acting could (and did) improve over time. All the adults played their roles well. RIP Richard Harris (and I guess Alan Rickman now too... fuck)

There is like hardly any faults you can make about this movie. 10/10
 

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DOOM: Annihilation (2019)

It.is.absolutely.terrible!

And its not terrible because the "lead" is a woman...although
her acting is as bland as oatmeal...its terrible because its a
cheap piece of trash made simply so a studio can keep the
film rights to the franchise.

Seriously...this film is on par with some of those cheap ass
Syfy original movies...and to make matters worse its basically
a Roger Corman-style rip off of Aliens...only at least Corman
would have put some nudity & gore in to make it entertaining...
but this boring piece of shit doesn't even have that!

No one here should watch or buy this film!

Avoid like the Plague!

Stop making DOOM movies!

The overall concept will NOT work as a film!

2 Out Of 10
 
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Other people here still watch movies right?

Anyway...



Child's Play (2019)
So...Aubrey Plaza did not look old enough to play
the mother of the lead child. When I look at Aubrey
I don't think "Mother" I think "Please step on my balls
& tell me I'm dirt"



This film was okay...

I mean it was better than what I was expecting...and
I like how they put a modern twist on the concept...
but the film was weird. I didn't know how to feel...
like the film couldn't balance the horror & comedy
elements so it kind of failed at both. I mean I was
laughing...but not at the actual "funny parts"

:idk3:

Still...I've seen worse films.

Oh...& I was happy to hear Mark Hamill...that guy
is awesome...and always will be...no matter what
Rian Johnson did to him.
 

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Watched both Chamber of Secrets and Prisoner of Azkaban again last night

I didn't realise how fast paced both movies are compared to the original. Like the first 30 minutes of the first movie is with the Dursleys.

Chamber of Secrets was better than I thought, while Azkaban (my favourite) felt like it was worse than I thought. But maybe that's just because I have watched the 3rd movie so many times, probably just got bored watching it yet again, especially after just watching Chamber of Secrets before watching it.

I would say they are both a 9/10
 

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Paris when it Sizzles (1964) Richard Benson (William Holden) is a screentwriter who has to meet producer Alexander Meierheim's deadline for a movie. 19 weeks has passed by and he's done nothing. On Friday, his newly hired typist Gabrielle Simpson (Audrey Hepburn) is there to type up his script. He comes up with The Girl who Stole the Eiffel Tower, about a jewel thief Rick (based on himself) who's on the run from Inspector Jireau of the International Police. But he falls head-over-heels for a woman Gabby (who's Gabrielle, of course). Little does he know she's an informant for Inspector Jireau. It was a poorly written, convuluted plot written at the eleventh hour in a desperate attempt to get into his typist's pants.

While the title is Paris when it Sizzles, this film was no classic. Certainly nowhere near as good as Hepburn and Holden's previous work together in Sabrina.
 
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Watching this classic on my Amazon Firestick.

I love his bright bold spectacular Depiction of Superman.

Makes me wish he was Alive and Healthy enough to replace Henry Cavill in DCEU.

RIP Christopher Reeves.
 

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