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Tale Of Tales (2015)


 

The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (1974)

Was alright for a classic horror film. The storyline was about all the film had going for it. Was pretty sweet that most of the actors weren’t actually actors. Wasn’t as good as I remembered, but still better than the remakes (as if it were hard), just because of the old-eeriness that classic films carry.


Three (2007)

For some reason, I think this movie actually was in theaters and for that I cry… This was a second-rate movie with a second-rate story. If you go to film school, the first thing they usually tell you is not to finish a movie where someone wakes up at the end and everything was a dream… this movie had that sort of twist ending that made no sense.


Toy Story & Toy Story 2 in 3D Double Feature (2009)

Great time. I hadn’t seen the 2nd one so this was definitely worth the trip. The 3D element was pretty cool, especially to see the 2nd one & how it looked like it was made for 3D. Never felt like leaving the 3 hours I was there. The Toy Story movies never get old for me and are seriously some of the best stories & most well made films out there today. Love them just as much as I did when I was a kid.


Transformers: Revenge Of The Fallen (2009)

Somewhat good premise in the age of gruesome films. Didn’t really explain anything and some scenes you might as well have spun the camera around in a circle and expected the audience to see what the hell is going on in the scene. No continuity at all: one scene Amy said she forgot her top somewhere and 3 scenes later she’s wearing the matching top to her bottoms… hmm.

Very hard to say that there was anything wrong with this film. I can listen to all the critics who put the film down, but if you look at this film from an overall position, it hits its mark. Some of the greatest films of all time appeal to all generations and it is getting harder and harder to make films like that these days. Michael Bay gets a lot of heat for including certain characters or dialogue but to appeal to certain masses, like children, chances like that have to be taken.

Though the first film was definitely more solid, this film is a great second chapter to the story. Every shot in this film is beautiful and that is what I respect in the filmmaking. Though this may not be everyone’s “cup of tea” this is exactly what I look for in a film.


Turistas (2006)

Somewhat good premise in the age of gruesome films. Didn’t really explain anything and some scenes you might as well have spun the camera around in a circle and expected the audience to see what the hell is going on in the scene. No continuity at all: one scene Amy said she forgot her top somewhere and 3 scenes later she’s wearing the matching top to her bottoms… hmm.