Pan’s Labyrinth (2006)
Completely and utterly awesome. I’ve seen it several times and it just gets better and better. Didn’t like it so much in the theater because though I don’t mind subtitles, they’re hard to read and watch the film on the big screen. del Toro is amazing.
Perfect Stranger (2006)
Absolutely terrible movie. Besides the awesome cast and the “twist” like atmosphere of the movie, the major twist really isn’t worthwhile especially since it never leans that way until the dead end of the movie… Horrible structure. If you miss the last 10 minutes you’d never know what movie you were watching anymore.
Perfume: The Story of a Murderer (2006)
The book was obviously 100 times better, but I was amazed this movie didn’t even make it to theaters with it’s plot and huge cast involved. Loved the story, and loved to see how it all played out on screen.
If you could go back in time, wouldn’t you try to change what happens instead of doing everything the same? Yeah, not Sandra Bullock either. Yay for explaining why she could switch between different days of the week, wait, they didn’t.
Predator 2 (1990)
The Predator (2018)
The Proposal (2009)
Short and sweet. Ryan Reynolds is awesome. I would never want him to be with Sandra Bullock, especially bitchy, annoying, never going to change, Sandra Bullock. Lame movie, lame story. Was cheering for Ryan Reynolds to get back with Malin Akerman because they are actually a cute couple. Word.
Public Enemies (2009)
Very poorly done. Johnny Depp’s acting was spectacular, but the rest of the film was absolutely horrible. I had seen a Biography on the real John Dilinger and got extremely excited to see the film and leaving the movie theater I felt as though the Biography special was of better quality than the film itself. That is too bad that they couldn’t cash in on the great cast and story.
The side characters were pointless and some of the shots looked like they were shot on my little standard def handycam. Poor poor quality and not worth the money to get in the theater.
(Sauk Centre Main Theatre)
The Pursuit Of Happyness (2006)
Awesome movie. This is one of those based on a true story that really makes you feel good about it. Ten years from now, this movie will still be awesome.
This film could have had so much going for it. It had an awesome plot and semi-awesome actors and it fell short. Not quite sure what they were going for with this film but it was borderline incoherent. Very sad day when Dakota Fanning steals the show, but I feel she has a future in quirky filsm like these. Good for her. She’s the only thing that saved this movie. Otherwise not worth seeing whatsoever.