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Knives Out (2019)
Murder? Suicide? Poirot? Clue? Did the butler do it? All (and yet none) of the above!
A who-done-it that serves us 2 hours of delightful suspense as a pampered family are confronted by the apparent suicide of their patriarch... or is not everything as simple as they're all trying to make the hired private detective believe?
Not a single dull moment, a must watch for any fan of this genre!
Clever use of CGI make a pair of brothers wage war on a clever mouse.
Final Destination (2000)
Slowly becoming a classic
It ages adequately well for something in the "survival/horror/adventure" genre.
The Man Without a Face (1993)
An unusual movie
About mentorship, the misperception of truths and the dangers of idolizing people
A passionate rivalry
The last year of Modigliani adequately portrayed and shown through (a dramatized depiction of) passion, friendship, hardship and rivalry.
A tad lengthy, but still a good movie.
Death Becomes Her (1992)
My favorite "dark comedy"!
I know this movie by heart, it might not have aged as well as we might have liked but the three main characters are excellently portrayed by Streep, Willis and Hawn!
Add to that a great story and an over-the-top theatrical staging and this movie will keep you entertained for over 100 minutes!
The Covenant (2006)
a passing grade for teen warlocks
Mix American history with Twilight and Wizardry and this movie is more or less the fairly decent cocktail you'll be served
A "popular" cast and a meager morality story
Not the greatest movie out there, but it tells a nice story about morals, priorities and never giving up on your hopes and dreams.
Rat Race (2001)
quite funny and quite a ride!
A selection of average people are lured into a race, but on the way they'll have to overcome the dangers of tbeir own mischief
a poorly built guilty pleasure
Language issues, mediocre jokes, honestly just watch it for the campy looks
The Little Vampire 3D (2017)
An unlikely teen bromance
So cute and safe it's missing the horror-vampire theme completely, but then there's the friendship/bromance level that makes it all worth watching :)
The Order (2003)
fringe work in the church
An average thriller movie plot with mild bits of horror and mysterious religious practices tossed into the mix.
A guilty pleasure that's about life, not sin
Traditions may seem to be important, but if they stifle out living life it's not worth following them.
Avengers: Endgame (2019)
it's alright, but doesn't completely make much sense...
Is it epic? quite so.
Is it fun to watch? quite so.
Is it everything you'd expect this type of movie to be? Sorta, I guess?
Will it make you laugh? Meh
Will it make you shed a tear? Potentially.
Murder by Death (1976)
an unusual 70s creation
The jokes don't quite land and the twists seem obvious, but it's still a decent watch thank to the actors and creativity of the plot.
adventures, dangerzones and booze
Things somehow always seem to work out for this spy/secret agent/P.I./daddy/dawg
Ugly Betty (2006)
A gay old time!
Fun to watch with a lot of twists and turns for an odd duck in a pond of swans, ESCANDALO!
A thrilling ride in a fancy household
I thoroughly enjoyed seeing this movie on the big screen!
The suspense of an entire family trying to weasel their way into service of a rich family is just the top layer of this movie about life choices, social class and the depths of what you're willing to do for your family.
Who Framed Roger Rabbit (1988)
Loved this as a kid, appreciate it more and more as an adult with each viewing
Watch it out of respect for the people who made it.
Watch it for nostalgia to a different time.
Watch it for the unconventional animation & live action mix.
Just don't pass this great movie!
The Thief and the Cobbler (1993)
Creat visual animation
Visually quite whimsical and a story suited for all ages.
I've seen 2 versions of this movie, one where Tack and the Thief have small bits of dialogue, and another where they don't. The first feels more suited for all ages so even the little ones can properly get what's happening, the version where there's less dialogue however seems to add a level to the experience that's probably more suited for a more mature audience (late teens & adults)
Dramatic Period Horror
Contrary to other costume dramas from the 90s, this one did not age as well as it could have.
The cast may have a several popular names which at this point were no longer rookies in their field, but somehow it still feels a bit stiff and forced.
Aside from those 2 flaws, the story is melodramatic and sad, the sets look like a an eerie and gloomy converted attic space playground, and all in all the 2 hours will be spent in a nostalgic "Saturday morning horror sofa time"-feeling.
Best to watch on a chilly and dark November afternoon.
Not quite the same as the original movie, but quite a watch
It's a mix of Glee, Mean Girls, Gossip Girl and plenty of other high school series loosely using the plot of the 80's nostalgia trip "Heathers".
There's a bit of neon, characters use personal color codes, updates to modern society have been made, and in the end we're held up a mirror that isn't bad, but not necessarily nice to watch.
A finale that deviates slightly from the original
Will it be a prom to remember? And if so, fondly? As the season comes to a close, decisions are made and how much will change in the end because of them?
A filler episode if ever there was one
Sure, it has a few aspects that aid towards the plot of the finale, but they could just as easily have done a montage of it all and call it quits.
Heathers: Reindeer Games (2018)
For one episode we see the world through the eyes of JD, and it's quite a different thing from the Heather's (and Veronica's) POV.