Talk about an iconic role.
I could find a lot of great quotes in this one.
“Game Over Man! Game Over!”
Talk about an iconic role.
I could find a lot of great quotes in this one.
“Game Over Man! Game Over!”
Such an underrated movie.
See it if you haven’t seen it.
Streaming on Netflix in the U.S.
“You’re not a demon, are you?”
“After all these years, almost 30 years later, whenever I’m on the street, someone will call out,
‘Who you gonna call?'”
“My characters aren’t losers. They’re rebels. They win by their refusal to play by everyone else’s rules.”
“Have I personally ever seen a ghost? Not one.”
Source: Dan Aykroyd Quotes – BrainyQuote
“Movie acting suits me because I only need to be good for 90 seconds at a time.”
Saw “Silence” last night
It was a gripping drama
From start to finish
I did get around to seeing the latest Martin Scorsese picture, and have to say he has another great movie added to his resume. I do feel a bit like the movie was lacking just a notch though. I’m not sure Andrew Garfield was the right man for the lead role even though he did an incredible job in his portrayal of a priest in peril. I don’t think it is his acting that is the issue, it is just that I can see others that would fit the role better. All in all, this was a great movie to sit through and the 2 hour and 41 minute run time isn’t an issue. Even as tired as I was the movie never dragged or lagged for me. It had a great score, solid acting, and a strong story. I’m not sure how Oscar will feel about it, but it gave me pause for thought when I put my head down to pray last night.
So, have you seen Silence? Your thoughts on it please.
In case you were wondering, I gave the movie 3 and a half stars out of 5.
“I always think a day when you never get out of your pajamas is a win.”
Source: A-Z Quotes
“You know you’re getting old when all the names in your black book have M. D. after them.”
Source: Google Search
Have you guys seen this trailer?
Three tiny small ducks
Following behind their mom
Walking in a row
Row of movie seats
A young kid sits down and waits
First horror movie
For more prompts like “row” go here: Haiku Horizons
Crisp cool fall morning
Stars fill up the night-time sky
Just before the dawn
There was an old movie called “Just Before Dawn.”
That last line kind of popped it into my head.
Since it’s Halloween I thought I would post the trailer.
Woman hiding, room to room
Killer on the loose
This movie just kept churning out the tension moment after moment. With the lead character being deaf you could hear what she couldn’t hear. You knew and she didn’t know where the bad guy was. It made those suspenseful moments much more suspenseful. I can easily give this one 3 1/2 Stars out of 5.
So, have you seen Hush? It is currently on Instant Watch on Netflix.
A will to survive
Man against Mother Nature
Pushed to the limits
This was a great movie from start to finish. Leo alone should be enough to get you to watch this film. His performance is amazing. On top of that, the movie hands out greats like they are going out of style – cinematography, score, direction, acting, set pieces, etc., etc. and etc. If you haven’t seen this one you should. It is worth it.
So, have you seen it? Did you like it or not?
A frontiersman on a fur trading expedition in the 1820s fights for survival after being mauled by a bear and left for dead by members of his own hunting team. Source: The Revenant (2015) – IMDb
A boxing legend
Training an angry young man
To fight for it all
I was really impressed with this movie. From start to finish it felt like a “Rocky” movie without having Stallone in the starring role. If you are at all into boxing or this franchise then you should do yourself a favor and see this movie. Great score, script, acting, and direction – well worth your time.
The former World Heavyweight Champion Rocky Balboa serves as a trainer and mentor to Adonis Johnson, the son of his late friend and former rival Apollo Creed. Source: Creed (2015) – IMDb
So, have you seen “Creed”? What are your thoughts on it?
Fearing the actions of Superman are left unchecked, Batman takes on the man of steel, while the world wrestles with what kind of a hero it really needs. With Batman and Superman fighting each other, a new threat, Doomsday, is created by Lex Luthor. It’s up to Superman and Batman to set aside their differences along with Wonder Woman to stop Lex Luthor and Doomsday from destroying Metropolis. Source: Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (2016) – IMDb
I went into this movie hoping for great, but I tried not to psyche myself up too much for it. It had a new Batman and he was going up against Superman. There were worlds colliding and I just didn’t think they could pull it off. For the first thirty minutes or so I thought I was right. It kept switching between Gotham and Metropolis. Not really knowing what city to stay in. It felt like they were trying to run parallel stories until they managed to put Bruce Wayne and Clark Kent in the same place together. Then it all started to congeal. I was on board from the opening scenes, but once those two super powers came together I sat back and enjoyed the ride. They did a lot of great things in this movie, score, sets, costumes, and the new Batmobile and Bat Plane are just spectacular. Superman’s new suit looked great. It all just worked better than expected. My only real beef was with the closing shot (if you’ve seen it you know what it is). That kind of made the last ten minutes or so seem like it wasn’t needed. They could have just skipped it and been just fine. A minor beef to a fabulous movie. Ben was great as Batman, and I hope they get him back for a stand alone film. Batman kind of gets lost when super beings are fighting one another. Also, Wonder Woman was great (her song was great). I’m looking forward to seeing her in a stand alone. Jessie also did a great job as Lex. Kind of nice to see a villain portrayed a little less serious.
Batman learns he has a violent, unruly pre-teen son, secretly raised by the terrorist group the League of Assassins. Source: Son of Batman (Video 2014) – IMDb
I was in a Batman mood, so I strolled through Netflix and found this one. Not the best of the animated movies featuring The Dark Knight, but it did have a lot of good things going for it. It is entertaining and moves fast. Check it out if you have NETFLIX.
That’s it. Have you seen any of these movies? Let me know what you thought of them.
Three stars out of Five
Four men set out in the Wild West to rescue a group of captives from cannibalistic cave dwellers. Source: Bone Tomahawk (2015) – IMDb
Solidly entertaining. It wasn’t the shoot-em up suspense filled can’t stop watching it movie that I thought it was going to be (the description psyched me up and made me think that it was going to be (especially with the cast involved)), but it did entertain me. That’s all we can really ask of a movie, right? Anyway, this one is pretty good if you have Amazon Prime to stream it. A tad slow at times and the movie is a bit longer than it needed to be and it had a bit of unnecessary gore, but overall it was a decent western with some creepy horror undertones.
Two and a half Stars out of Five
An American nanny is shocked that her new English family’s boy is actually a life-sized doll. After she violates a list of strict rules, disturbing events make her believe that the doll is really alive. Source: The Boy (2016) – IMDb
This was an entertaining movie from start to finish, but it wasn’t as creepy or scary as I hoped it would be. It did have a solid cast, decent enough direction and atmosphere, but it never truly lived up to its potential. I also have to add (without giving too much away) that the ending was a total let down. It felt like a cop-out. Like they just didn’t know how to close it so they put in a surprise twist. I won’t say what that twist is, but I didn’t like it at all. My wife did, and we went round and round about it with neither one winning. I guess we will just have to agree to disagree on this one. I will say if you decide to see it find it cheap, wait for DVD or a streaming service. You really don’t need to see it in the theater.
So, have you seen either one of these movies? What are your thoughts on them?
Movie 1: The Lazarus Effect
1 and a half stars out of 5
The first hour of this movie was solid. It had a couple of creepy moments and it looked to be building to something grand. After that hour mark the movie just took a turn towards crap. It kept turning until the movie was just plain crap. In the end what promised to be a decent horror movie turned out to be just another movie with a great idea that was never fully brought to potential. It is streaming on Netflix if you want to see how bad it gets.
Movie 2: 50 Shades of Grey
2 Stars out of 5
How about 50 Shades of Dull? This movie really had nothing going for it. There was no chemistry between the leads, no romance, no real story, and the taboo stuff was so watered down that it felt like they were really holding back. It also seemed rushed. It could have been a lot better, but I guess a book like this will always have trouble getting made right without someone willing to take chances.
Movie 3: Stage Fright
2 and a half stars out of 5
A Slasher Musical. Yes, please? This was better than I thought it would, and could have been great with a better budget. The songs are at times catchy and there are some funny unexpected moments as well. It is streaming on Netflix if you want to see it.
Movie 4: Burying the Ex
3 stars out of 5
The best of the bunch, and much better than I thought it would be. It had a solid story and direction, great cast and gore, and it also had Joe Dante behind the lens. It is entertaining from start to finish. It is also streaming on Netflix. If you like goofy horror comedy’s then this is your movie.
So, have you seen any of these? Thoughts about them.
Will he or won’t he survive?
On the red planet
This was a really good movie from start to finish. Gripping on the edge of your seat kind of entertainment. It had a great cast, script, effects, and direction. My only beef was that they could have made the lead character’s struggle on Mars a little more of a struggle like they did in Castaway. When Hank’s character was on that island they left you on that island with him and rarely cut away. That made you, the audience, feel as stranded as him. In The Martian they didn’t do this instead they cut-away often to focus on other parts of the story. I do think it would have been more gripping to just leave us on Mars with minimal cut-aways. They also skipped ahead 7 months towards the end, which also kind of hurt the survival aspect of it. With all that said, this was still a great movie to watch and I have few complaints about it. It really does come highly recommended by me. You won’t be disappointed when you watch it.
During a manned mission to Mars, Astronaut Mark Watney is presumed dead after a fierce storm and left behind by his crew. But Watney has survived and finds himself stranded and alone on the hostile planet. With only meager supplies, he must draw upon his ingenuity, wit and spirit to subsist and find a way to signal to Earth that he is alive. Source: The Martian (2015) – IMDb
RATING: 3.5/5 Stars
Able to talk to the ants
Make them do his will
Rating: 3.5/5 Stars
I do feel like we are starting to see the lower end of the superhero realm from Marvel. I know Ant Man would not have been their first choice to launch their movie campaign, but it could have come out before last year and it still would have held up just fine. It had all the things you’ve come to expect from an origin movie, but that wasn’t a fault. It did that part well and it gave us a great script, acting, and action scenes. It also did a real good job of making the miniature aspect of the story seem logical. All in all, I would gladly recommend this one. So, have you seen Ant Man? What are your thoughts?
Armed with a super-suit with the astonishing ability to shrink in scale but increase in strength, cat burglar Scott Lang must embrace his inner hero and help his mentor, Dr. Hank Pym, plan and pull off a heist that will save the world. Source: Ant-Man (2015) – IMDb