☆☆☆☆: Great (Movies you should have seen by now, but are lazy)
☆☆☆: Recommended (Your Netflix queue should be full of these)
☆☆: Disappointed (Seriously, who screwed these movies up?)
☆: Garbage (Movies with zero cinematic value, just don't)
1984 (1984 Drama) ☆☆: If you read the book, your all set. If you didn't...your still all set.
2012 (2009 Sci-fi) ☆☆☆: It ends exactly as you think it does, but it's worth watching how it happens.
21 Jump Street (2012 Comedy) ☆☆☆: Ice-Cubes character is a bit forced, but it has some appealing moments.
300 (2006 Action) ☆☆☆☆: Never a dull moment, The Colors are so vivid they'll stain your TV screen.
300: Rise of an Empire (2014 War) ☆☆☆☆: No Gerald Butler? No problem! Big on action and nearly as entertaining as its predecessor.
48 Hours (1982 Action Comedy) ☆☆☆☆: Old School Buddy Cop stuff that isn't PC friendly. My kind of stuff.
50 First Dates (2004 Comedy) ☆☆☆: Y'know it's actually not that bad, good supporting cast.
A Good Day to Die Hard (2013 Action) ☆☆: The movie started a lot like a Ramones concert in the 70's...I don't remember anything after the opening.
A Good Old Fashioned Orgy (2011 Comedy) ☆☆☆: Sit down with your favorite lady or ladies and check this one out.
Act Of Valor (2012 Action) ☆☆☆: Considering it's based on true events, it carries a little of that emotion with it.
Adore (2013 Drama) ☆☆: Many theories were thrown around about this movie, but not enough to make me watch it again. For the record, I would have chosen Naomi Watts.
Alien 3 (1992 Sci-fi Horror) ☆☆☆: In production it was messy, out of that came a gritty, yet fitting ending to this trilogy, also better than 'Prometheus' cus the characters are much smarter.
Alien (1979 Sci-Fi Horror) ☆☆☆: A little dated, but the amount of detail that went into this film won't go unappreciated.
Aliens (1986 Action Sci-fi) ☆☆☆☆☆: Director James Cameron knows best and it shows in this masterpiece that still grabs my attention from start to finish.
American Made (2017 Drama) ☆☆☆: A more glamorous version of the tragic life of Drug Runner Barry Seal. Director Doug Liman traded in a few truths for more entertainment value and it's certainly paid off.
Angry Birds (2016 Animation-Comedy) ☆☆☆: Yes, I saw it. Yes, I liked it. Yes, I'll watch it again. Try throwing it on post coital.
Annihilation (2018 Sci-Fi) ☆☆☆☆: The ending to this movie may forever alters my expectation for sci-fi movies. Don't watch with noisy people.Anti-Christ (2009 Drama) ☆☆☆: Holy shit, was this movie graphic, i mean graphic, Love it or hate it, only watch if you have a strong stomach. I WARNED YOU.
Ant-Man (2015 Action-Comedy) ☆☆☆☆: Casting Paul Rudd was nothing less than brilliant. Did more than enough from all aspects to make for a fun time and I hope the sequel doesn't dissapoint.
Ant-Man and The Wasp (2018 Action-Comedy) ☆☆☆☆: One of the best Non-Avenger Marvel Movies to date. So many plot lines wrapped up in such a timely fashion with no shortage of humor/action/emotion and an all-star cast from front to back. I'm glad this movie exists.
Apocalypto (2006 Action Drama) ☆☆☆: Not gonna lie, Mel Gibson can direct. Save this one for a rainy day.
Aquaman (2018 Sci Fi Action) ☆☆☆: Long, Uneven and corny. Also Dramatic, engaging and filled with tons of action and some great acting from Nicole Kidman.
Arrival (2016 Sci-Fi) ☆☆☆: The standard formula for Alien Encounter Movies still works quite well. The ending left some rather frustrated...argh.
Assault On Wall Street (2013 Thriller) ☆☆☆: Imagine losing everything and knowing who's financially responsible for it happening. This is Street Justice.
Avengers: Infinity War (2018 Sci-Fi) ☆☆☆☆: With all the sequels looming, it's safe to assume the ending isn't "permanent", but with such a massive cast and the entire Marvel Universe resting on this one movie, every character steps up and gives the audience exactly what they deserve...except for the Hulk, he was a chump.
Avengers: Endgame (2019 Sci-Fi) ☆☆☆☆☆: I'm sure in a few years, we'll look back at this movie and pick it apart ruthlessly, for now this three hour assault on your eyes and bladder culminated as the moment Robert Downey Jr ascended to a level no other actor may ever achieve. If you hated this movie, see a therapist.
Bad Lieutenant (1992 Drama) ☆☆: Didn't do anything for me, Performances were great, but overall, kinda pointless.
Bad Teacher (2011 Comedy) ☆☆☆: The commercials thankfully didn't ruin this movie and it's not annoyingly long either.
Bad-Ass (2012 Action) ☆☆☆: Corny on purpose, funny and Danny Trejo's character is a lovable Teddy Ruxpin with tattoos.
Basic Instinct (1992 Thriller) ☆☆☆☆: Aside from Sharon Stones beaver shot, it's one of the best thrillers ever made.
Batman (1989 Comic Action) ☆☆☆: The Original with Michael Keaton, It's still worth watching cuz of Director Tim Burton's style.
Batman Begins (2005 Action) ☆☆☆☆: I still laugh at Christian Bale's Batman voice, but he was the perfect choice for Bruce Wayne.
Batman Returns (1992 Comic Action) ☆☆☆: Before Val Kilmer tried to squeeze his fat ass into the batsuit, Keaton takes a final stab at it.
Bellflower (2011 Drama) ☆☆☆: This movie is one giant concussion, throw in some nudity, gun play, and a dark plot about a muscle car and you get a solid Indie flick that pulls your eyes into the screen.
Beverly Hills Cop (1984 Comedy) ☆☆☆: Remember Eddie Murphy? Yeah, he owned the eighties and this movie was a big reason why.
Beverly Hills Cop 2 (1987 Comedy) ☆☆☆: More of the same like the first one, and sometimes that's a really good thing.
Beverly Hills Cop 3 (1994 Comedy) ☆☆: Yeah, two was enough.
Black Hawk Down (2001 War) ☆☆☆☆: A bunch of GQ heartthrobs get shot at in this flick based on true events. Visceral Scenery coats the brotherhood under fire.
Black Panther (2018 Comic Sci-Fi) ☆☆☆: Marvel went out of their way to not screw this one up. A round of applause for a dazzingly likeable cast and setting the stage for one of the largest MCU movies ever...I'm referring to Infinity War incase you didn't know. WAKANDA FOREVER!...had to, sorry.
Black Snake Moan (2006 Drama) ☆☆☆☆: Christina Ricci is just AWESOME. Besides the fact that she's gorgeous, the movie is just sooo good.
Blade (1998 Action) ☆☆☆☆: This trilogy could have been one of the best of all time, sadly all that's worth watching is just first one...but watch it twice.
Blade 2 (2002 Action) ☆☆: The argument against sequels exist clearly in this good plot gone wrong. Ignore this title and the third movie as well.
Blade Runner (1982 Sci-Fi) ☆☆: Director Ridley Scott sometimes focuses too much on visuals and forgets about characters and plot. In today's market, this would be a bust.
Blade Runner 2049 (2017 Sci-Fi) ☆☆☆: I liked it, but this sequel is more frustrating than whisky dick. Ridley Scott has a knack for creating huge sets and worlds, but often he under-delivers. Grrrr Frustrating!
Blue is the Warmest Color (2013 Romance) ☆☆: After almost three hours of subtitles and random graphic sex scenes, the acting sadly can't overcome the lukewarm storyline and massive runtime.
Body Of Lies (2008 Thriller) ☆☆☆: Complete honesty, I don't remember much of this movie, but i do remember it being good.
Braveheart (1995 War) ☆☆☆☆: Probably one of the greatest movies ever created.
Bruce Almighty (2003 Comedy) ☆☆: It had it funny moments, but it wore down somewhat an hour in.
Bullet To The Head (2012 Action) ☆☆☆: Stallone is jacked out of his face, with mild one liners, instant rice dialogue and unapologetic action scenes, another action flick has claimed it's rightful spot on my netflix queue.
Caddyshack (1980 Comedy) ☆☆☆☆☆: Once Rodney Dangerfield showed up, it became the best comedy ever put on film, and it's aging quite well.
Captain America (2011 Comic Book Action) ☆☆☆: First time i saw it, i fell asleep with boredom, second time i saw it, i enjoyed it. Does this work for you?
Captain America: The Winter Soldier (2014 Comic Book Action) ☆☆☆☆: Steve Rogers certainly had his hands full in his second attempt as the main screen attraction and he almost paid the ultimate price...almost.
Captain America: Civil War (2016 Action) ☆☆☆: Lots of characters, lots of running around, lots of politics and subplots...sort of a dud. At least Ant-Man showed up.
Casa De Mi Padre (2012 Comedy) ☆☆☆: Not a movie to take seriously in any shape or form, fun to watch and the subtitles add, not subtract.
Casino Royale (2006 Thriller) ☆☆☆☆☆: So smooth, Daniel Craig reintroduces 007 in a bond movie that we'll always remember, instead of one we try desperatly to forget.
Centurion (2010 Action) ☆☆☆: One of those movies you catch on Netflix and say "hey, that was kinda cool, i gotta tell my buddy."
Charlies Angels (2000 Action) ☆: Nothing against the Ladies in this flick, but McG is an awful director, the movie is stupid on every level, not even the soundtrack can save it.
Citizen Gangster (2011 Drama) ☆☆☆: When you want everything for your family and then greed and fame take over, you get a true movie such as this. Not a happy flick of course, based on true events.
Clockwork Orange (1971 Sci-fi) ☆☆☆: Demented and bizarre, another successful oddity from the Stanley Kubrick collection. Not for the faint of heart.
Cloud Atlas (2012 Sci-fi Mystery) ☆☆☆☆: Although some may be put off by the confusion of many different timelines or the long running time, one can't help but be sucked into all the different characters played by an exceptional cast, thought provocking plot, and mastery of bringing it all together for an emotional and satisfying conclusion.
Colombiana (2011 Action) ☆☆☆: Gotta love Zoe Saldana, sexy as hell, this movie could of failed, but something about her presence gives the movie an intensity that satisfies the action junky.
Conan The Barbarian (2011 Action) ☆☆☆: Y'know what? this movie is good. I can't knock this movie at all, every action fan should check this out. Underappreciated...a little bit.
Constantine (2005 Fantasy) ☆☆☆: This movie sort of came and went, but the darkness kinda draws you into the movie and leaves you satisfied.
Contraband (2012 Action) ☆☆☆: Ever since that crapcake film "The Happening" Mark Wahlberg hasn't made a bad movie. The acting in this movie will take you by surprise as well.
Coriolanus (2011 Drama) ☆☆: Just cus it's Shakespeare, doesn't mean it's good. This movie starts with something and leaves you with nothing. Don't waste your time.
Cosmopolis (2012 Thriller) ☆: Don't blame Robert Pattinson for this snoozer, you keep waiting for something to happen...even after the movie ends...stop waiting...movie sucks.
Creed (2015 Drama) ☆☆☆☆: Damnit, Stallone! You do it to me every time! Except for Rocky 5...that was garbage. This story never gets old and it's modern platform is example today's generation of filmakers should read up on.
Creed II (2018 Drama) ☆☆☆☆: You know the plot, you know the formula, you know exactly how the movie is going to end, yet you can't help but fall in love with the characters all over again, because these aren't just characters...this is your family and you cheer them on to the very end. ADRIANNNNE!
Dante's Peak (1997 Disaster) ☆☆☆: This was a cool flick back when it came out, Certainly a rainy day movie.
Darkest Hour (2017 Drama) ☆☆☆: On Point, doesnt take too much liberty with fact vs fiction. However the films timeline doesn't stretch beyond the events of Dunkirk, so the movie doesn't fully do justice to Churchills Mumbling, stumbling greatness as a wartime Prime Minister.
Day Of The Falcon (2011 Drama) ☆☆☆: A love story wrapped around warring tribes and the oil boom, lots a cool stuff going on.
Death Race (2008 Action) ☆☆☆☆: One of Jason Statham's best action movies, the racing is so much fun with lots of beefed up cars with guns, i still have the ticket stubb!
Desperado (1995 Action) ☆☆☆: The ending needed one more gun battle, but so many fun characters and the solid plot force this movie into a borderline classic.
Diamonds Are Forever (1971 Thriller) ☆: This is without a doubt, the worst bond movie ever put on film, bad plot, bad ending, bad characters, bad acting, bad special effects, thankfully better 007 flicks came to the rescue afterwards.
Die Another Day (2002 Thriller) ☆☆: Pierce Brosnan was jobbed with this clunker of a bond movie. Just way too shiny. Only watch it if your you're going to watch all the bond movies.
Die Hard 2 (1990 Action) ☆☆☆: Funny lines and a great cast of characters. Typical Die Hard stuff.
Die Hard With A Vengeance (1995 Action) ☆☆☆☆☆: In my opinion, the best Die Hard movie to date, and also the loudest, great villian and an awesome supporting cast. This movie has yet to age.
Dirty Work (1998 Comedy) ☆☆☆: Terrible Acting, but that's what makes it great, funny premise and certainly worth a watch.
Doctor Strange (2016 Sci-Fi) ☆☆☆☆: A movie that turn the entire Marvel Universe on it's head. The Doctor has arrived.
Dog Day Afternoon (1975 Drama) ☆☆☆: Oddly funny a lot of the time, but then your quickly reminded that this actually happened and your quickly reminded of the insanity that was the 1970's.
Don Jon (2013 Comedy) ☆☆☆☆: A hard movie to pick apart and when it's crucial for the supporting cast in the movie to step up, the entire cast came to play, insuring that Joseph Gordon-Levitt will have more opportunities to direct again.
Down & Out In Beverly Hills (1986 Comedy) ☆☆☆: Such a fun train wreck, but makes you feel a little bad about the homeless problem.
Down Periscope (1996 Comedy) ☆☆☆: One of those goofy 90's comedies that has allows a huge cast to throw out jokes about submarining and I'm happy to say that it worked.
Dr No (1962 Thriller) ☆☆☆: The First Bond movie, and its kinda fun to get all nostalgic and watch where it all began.
Dredd (2012 Action) ☆☆☆☆: Karl Urban is absolutely the person to play Dredd and this movie doesn't pull any punches, thankfully.
Drive (2011 Crime) ☆☆☆☆: Whose a badass? That's right, Ryan Gosling's a badass. He's got the toothpick in the mouth to prove it.
Driven (2001 Sports Drama) ☆☆: Unless you're a huge racing fan...well even if you are, don't.
Dunkirk (2017 War Drama) ☆☆: Great cast, Fantastic visuals, Awesome Director...but i left the theater feeling bla and will probably never watch this movie again. Watch "Fury" instead.
Eagle Eye (2008 Thriller) ☆☆☆☆: A lot of moving parts and the emotion that hits you right in the beginning of the movie sinks you into your seat until the credits roll.
Edge Of Darkness (2010 Thriller) ☆☆☆: A remake that actually works, the twist in the middle takes everything up a whole bunch.
Edge of Tomorrow (2014 Sci-fi Action) ☆☆☆: A heavy movie to carry, but Tom Cruise does it well with the help of a solid plot and a funny, yet odd supporting cast.
End Of Watch (2012 Action) ☆☆☆☆☆: I don't know if it's reality, but the movie overwhelms you with the sense that something terrible is going to happen.
Equilibrium (2002 Action) ☆☆☆: Not a lot can beat the opening scene of Christian Bale in a dark room totally outnumbered.
Eraser (1996 Action) ☆☆☆: A final glimpse of the Arnold we'll always remember, Thrilling, cheesy and enough action to fill the void.
Escape From LA (1996 Action) ☆☆: Seriously, Kurt Russell on a surfboard? This movie really never had a chance.
Europa Report (2013 Sci-fi) ☆☆: Despite a solid effort by the cast, this movie fails to cash in at the end, plus the journey there was just as lifeless.
Event Horizon (1997 Sci-fi Horror) ☆☆☆: I struggled to like this movie, but there was something truly evil about this flick that I eventually gave in to.
Everything Must Go (2010 Drama) ☆☆☆: Will Ferrel can do serious, and he does it well. When life goes to shit and it's your fault, there's always a chance to start again.
Everything Or Nothing (2012 Documentary) ☆☆☆☆: Four those who love Bond, this is everything 007 from its inception.
Extract (2009 Comedy) ☆☆☆: Not as classic as Office Space, but the weirdness that each character brings makes the subtle chaos of this flick strangely entertaining.
Face-Off (1997 Action) ☆☆☆☆: Oh my god, if you like action movies and you have a problem with this classic, go leap off a balcony.
Fast Five (2011 Action) ☆☆☆: It took five movies, but they finally got it right, When Dwayne Johnson and Vin Diesel come to blows, a classic scene was born.
Faster (2010 Action) ☆☆☆☆: Not a lot of dialogue needed from the main character, his gun and fist do most of the talking and they speak volumes.
FDR: American Badass (2012 Comedy) ☆☆☆: Gone are the days of National Lampoons, a bad movie with a great cast, the jokes eventually run out, but before they do, some of them will leave you in a ball of laughter.
Fight Club (1999 Action Drama) ☆☆☆: Director David Fincher has a knack for churning out a couple classics per decade, this movie made him as well as Edward Norton.
For Your Eyes Only: (1981 Thriller) ☆☆☆☆: An older Roger Moore makes the most out of this solid 007 spy flick. The ending is anti-climactic, but it doesn't kill the movie.
Four Rooms (1995 Comedy) ☆☆: I heard this movie was really good, maybe the last ten minutes. Tarantino can't win them all. so don't judge him on this misfire, he's still one of the greatest directors of all time.
From Russia With Love (1963 Thriller) ☆☆☆: Sean Connery's best bond ever and one of the best 007 flicks of all time.
Full Metal Jacket (1987 War) ☆☆☆☆: The psychological chaos of war entwined with dark humor makes for a must see Vietnam war flick.
Fury (2014 War Drama) ☆☆☆: For a movie about tanks, it certainly moves like one too, however thanks to a sweet cast and an epic ending, this no laughs look into the front lines of WWII adds some serious street cred to the war genre.
Get The Gringo (2012 Drama) ☆☆☆☆☆: Where the hell did this movie come from? Funny, dark, complex, Mel Gibson at his best, this movie cannot be recommended enough.
G.I. JOE: The Rise Of Cobra (2009 Action) ☆: Bad. Just bad. CGI sucks. Acting sucks. Plot Sucks. Movie Sucks.
G.I. JOE: Retaliation (2013 Action) ☆☆: The hope for better production value was quickly dashed away as Channing Tatum's character was blown up twenty minutes into the movie...Spoiler Alert!
Gladiator (2000 Action Drama) ☆☆☆☆☆: Director Ridley Scott should have retired after this one. He'll never do better and so far..hasn't.
Glengarry Glen Ross (1992 Drama) ☆☆☆: You see true desperation in action when your whole life is riding on the next big sale.
God Bless America (2011 Drama) ☆☆☆: You know how it's going to end, but the feel of the movie throughout is light enough to enjoy without being too depressed.
Goldeneye (1995 Thriller) ☆☆☆☆: Pierce Brosnan's best bond is one of the greatest bonds ever made, and his entrance in the beginning will never be duplicated.
Goldfinger (1964 Thriller) ☆☆: OVERRATED! Long, boring, has some good moments, but ultimately the running time will not hold your attention span.
Goon (2011 Comedy) ☆☆☆☆☆: Sean Williams Scott plays a lovable dummy that you root for from start to finish, Highly recommended.
Grand Budapest Hotel (2013 Comedy) ☆☆☆☆☆: Charming, sad, colorful and randomnly funny, the Wes Anderson faithful are rewarded once again with a constantly everchanging movie with a slew of characters that make you smile at every turn.
Gravity (2013 Adventure) ☆☆☆: A good movie in itself, you're in and out in ninety minutes. However a better movie was made almost twenty years earlier called 'Apollo 13'.
Guardians of The Galaxy (2014 Sci-fi) ☆☆☆☆: Ten years ago, Hollywood couldn't have pulled this off...thankfully this isn't ten years ago.
Guardians of The Galaxy: Part Two (2017 Sci-Fi) ☆☆☆☆☆: Probably the most obnoxiously entertaining movie of the entire Marvel franchise with CGI that will give your mushroom trip a run for it's money.
Hancock (2008 Action) ☆☆☆: A more realistic take on the superhero...if there is such a thing. Add Popcorn and serve.
Hanna (2011 Action) ☆☆☆: Imagine if all children were raised this way today, A lot more stuff would get done.
Hardcore Henry (2015 Action) ☆☆☆☆: Fans of the movie "Crank" will rejoice in the swift paced first person romp with dark humor, brutal point-blank action and first of it's kind angle of storytelling.
Harry Brown (2009 Drama) ☆☆☆☆: Michael Caine is one of the greatest actors of all time and this dark graphic revenge movie display his talents on a visceral level.
Haywire (2011 Action) ☆☆: Great Director. Great Cast. Great Acting. Bad Movie. Just watch 'The Rock' instead.
Hellboy (2004 Action) ☆☆: Comic fans may get something out of this, but i didn't.
Hellraiser (1987 Horror) ☆☆☆: Pinhead is in the movie for 10 minutes at best; which is disappointing, but for a classic horror flick, it does deliver on many levels.
Hellraiser III: Hell on Earth (1992 Horror) ☆: Sometimes I don't know why I pick some of the movies that I do...
Her (2013 Drama) ☆☆☆: Quirky, considering it's premise, but it all boils down to it's simple premise. Original, clever and intimate.
Hidalgo (2004 Adventure) ☆☆☆: I feel this movie is underrated, it has feel good story about a horse race in the desert. I'm sold.
Highlander (1986 Sci-fi) ☆☆☆: Cheesy as hell and the acting is ridiculous...but it's a guilty pleasure that could of been so much more.
Hit & Run (2012 Action) ☆☆☆☆: Written & directed by Dax Shepherd, co-starring his wife, filled with a whole bunch of guy stuff and Bradley Cooper dressed like Jonathan Davis from Korn. Genius.
Hitman (2007 Action) ☆☆☆: Never played the game so i had no expectations, so i wont blame you for not liking it, but i still found it kinda cool.
Isle of Dogs (2018 Adventure) ☆☆☆☆: Thoroughly original, entertaining and pleasing to the eye from start to finish. An underrated use of stop-motion animation that Pixar could learn a thing or two from. I can't say enough good things about this movie...sooooo watch it.
Immortals (2011 War) ☆☆: Before Henry Cavill was Man of Steel, he was the Captain of this sinking ship, what a giant disappointment this was. Just avoid it.
Imposter (2001 Sci-fi Action) ☆☆☆: Dystopic in an eighties Sci-fi kind of way. I like Gary Sinise so i'll cautiously recommend this to Sci-fi fans.
Inception (2010 Thriller) ☆☆☆☆☆: Every layer matters in this movie and the fact that it's original isn't lost on me, a true mind trip.
Indiana Jones And The Last Crusade (1989 Adventure) ☆☆☆: A true adventure movie with the cheese, laughs, and fun one would deserve.
Indiana Jones And The Temple Of Doom (1984 Adventure) ☆☆☆☆: The blond was so annoying in this movie that Indy should have thrown her in the fire pit. Everything else was a ball of fun.
Indiana Jones Kingdom Of The Crystal Skull (2008 Adventure) ☆☆: Co-star Shia Lebouf said this movie was awful...no argument here.
Indie Gamer (2012 Documentary) ☆☆☆☆: An honest and at times, uncomfortable look into Independent Game Developers. Beautiful for some, sad for others.
Inglorious Bastards (2009 Drama) ☆☆☆☆: The enormity of dialogue may turn some off, but some of the characters are so lovable whereas others are the definition of pure evil.
Interstellar (2014 Sci-fi) ☆☆☆☆: A moment short of being an all time great in the sci-fi category, Director Christopher Nolan proves beauty and sci-fi can mix. An amazing ending for sure.
Iron Man (2008 Comic Action) ☆☆☆☆: Downey Jr's Hail Mary attempt back into the a-list paid off in this ego fueled beginning of Marvels Reign.
Iron Man 2 (2010 Comic Action) ☆☆☆: It still keeps you entertained with enough action and humor to make ignore some of the letdowns that poke at you during the movie.
Iron Sky (2012 Sci-fi) ☆☆: The satire quickly wears off and your not left with much but a handful of Nazi jokes and bad CGI.
Insidious (2010 Horror) ☆☆☆: Eery, haunting, and one of the scariest demons ever to grace the movie screen. However the ending almost ruined the whole movie for me...however they made a sequel so it's all good.
Insidious: Chapter 2 (2013 Horror) ☆☆☆☆: Finally! The sequel that brings back the entire cast and brings the storyline to a well deserved conclusion. Horror done right.
Jeff, Who Lives At Home (2011 Drama) ☆☆☆: After some minor attempts to be funny, the movie focuses quite well on original intentions and finishes beautifully with some acting from every cast member.
John Wick (2014 Action) ☆☆☆☆: Don't ever kill a man's dog...he will fucking kill you...meet you in hell...and kill you again.
John Wick: Chapter 2 (2017 Action) ☆☆☆☆☆: I told you to leave this guy alone...you didn't listen...now he's going to shoot you in the face while blasting techno music.
Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle (2018 Adventure) ☆☆☆: Unavoidably entertaining with a strong, front line cast. You would have to be an all out grouch to not grin and smirk thru out the whole movie.
Jurassic World (2015 Adventure) ☆☆☆: Hey look, Dinosaurs! Hey look, Dinosaurs fighting! Hey look, Chris Pratt! Okay, I'm in.
Just Go With It (2011 Comedy) ☆☆☆: Never taking things too seriously, nothing a like Sandler flick to throw on and forget all the stupid crap that happens in your day.
Justice League (2017 Comic Action) ☆: I boycotted this movie when it opened in theaters. My decision was justified. This is the worst movie produced for the new DC universe and one of the most forgettable movies of 2017. I'd rather be shot in the face with rock salt than sit thru this fart plume ever again.
Kick Ass (2010 Action) ☆☆☆☆☆: Astounding breath of fresh air, funny, unapologetic and brings every boys fantasy to life, unless you grew up wanting to become an interior decorator.
Kill Bill (2003 Action) ☆☆☆: I may not be giving this movie enough credit, another reason to see it and enjoy Uma Thurman move her big toe.
Killer Elite (2011 Action) ☆☆☆: flew under the radar, Clive Owen deserves just as much credit for making this movie surprisingly complex and damn..he gets into a good fight with Statham.
Killing Season (2013 Thriller) ☆☆☆: Make all the jokes you want, but i enjoyed Travolta with a Serbian accent and there was some torture scenes that you can even try at home!
King Kong (2005 Adventure) ☆☆☆☆: The original is great and so is this. Director Peter Jackson does an excellent job giving Kong more personality and making the inevitable end all the more sad. Yeah I cried.
Kingsman (2014 Action) ☆☆☆: Kind of a head tilter, plays a little like comedic shock rock, but like most 007 movies of the Roger Moore Era, if you suspend all disbelief...your gonna have a rockin good time.
Kingsman: The Golden Circle (2017 Action) ☆☆☆: Channing Tatum was kind of a wasted character and the bizarreness of the whole plotline left confused at times, but this sequel still manages to entertain it's viewer at a Netflix n' homemade popcorn level.
Knowing (2009 Mystery, Sci-Fi) ☆☆☆: A bit stretched out, but gripping with a super weird with a kinda Noah's Ark ending.
Kong: Skull Island (2017 Action-Adventure) ☆☆☆: An inventive new look into the mysticism of Kong. Funny, heartwarming and plenty of fun monsters running around the island picking people off. Oh, Sam Jackson is in it too. You can't miss em.
Leon: The Professional (1994 Thriller) ☆☆☆☆: Natalie Portman could act at any age, by the end of this movie, you just want to adopt her.
Let It Ride (1989 Comedy) ☆☆☆: Everyone needs a feel good movie in their collection, when your down on your luck, a little Jennifer Tilly and that whispy voice never hurts.
Lethal Weapon 2 (1989 Action) ☆☆☆☆: How can you not love this series, with the exception of the fourth one, this sequel has all the one-liners and 80's action you can ask for.
Limitless (2011 Drama) ☆☆☆☆: Such a fun movie to watch, flashy and sexy, everything Roger Ebert isnt.
Live And Let Die (1973 Thriller) ☆☆: Roger Moore first attempt as 007 wasn't helped by a boring plot. Even Jane Seymour looked a little bored.
Live Free Or Die Hard (2007 Action) ☆☆☆: If you watch the unrated version, you'll have more of an appreciation for this new age action movie, but this is the last Die Hard you'll probably want to see.
Lockout (2012 Action) ☆☆: Could have been a good movie...wasn't.
Logan's Run (1976 Sci-Fi) ☆☆☆: Trippy, dated and cheesy. Nevertheless, genius movie set design, and an agreeable cast of characters portray a great plot and concept very worthy of a modern day remake. I'll remember this movie for a long time.
London Has Fallen (2016 Action) ☆☆☆: Why did this get such a bad rating? I enjoyed the hell out of the it, huge cast, lots of guns, cheesy lines. What else do you need?
Looper (2012 Sci-fi) ☆☆☆: I'm still pissed that Joseph Gordon-Levitt didn't get to be the new Batman, at least he's the lead role in this time travel thriller.
Lord Of The Rings: The Fellowship of The Ring (2001 Adventure) ☆☆☆: If I said i didn't like this movie, I'd pretty sure i'd be banned in New Zealand...so I like it.
Lord Of The Rings: The Two Towers (2002 Adventure) ☆☆☆☆: Ok, now you've grabbed my attention, seriously a platoon of Angry bearded fighting Trees? How BADASS is that! Highly recommended for Orcs and Dorks.
Lord Of The Rings: Return of The King (2003 Adventure) ☆☆☆☆☆: That's how you close the show, with an absolutely massive battle with an absolutely massive production budget. Take that, Star Wars!
Lost In Translation (2003 Drama) ☆☆☆☆: A cruel reminder that life just isn't fair sometimes, padded with a proper and somewhat sweet farewell at the end...no way in hell I'm leaving Scarlett Johannson tho...nope...not doing it.
Machete (2010 Action) ☆☆☆: A-list cast with B-list acting, totally on purpose. Danny Trejo is a man you wouldn't piss off even in real life.
Machine Gun Preacher (2011 Drama) ☆☆☆: Not many happy movies about Africa lately, a more sobering movie based on true events.
Marked For Death (1990 Action) ☆☆☆: Steven Seagal before he ate a balloon, his ponytail was pretty sweet, made up for his acting.
Max Payne (2008 Action) ☆☆☆: This Video Game adaptation was considered a huge disappointment...then how come I've watched it like twenty times?
Melancholia (2011 Drama) ☆☆☆☆: Beautifully depressing. regardless of the science, you'll never forget watching this movie. Did I mention Kirnsten Dunst gets naked?
Memento (2000 Thriller) ☆☆: Clever Idea, but was ultimately left feeling empty by the whole thing. some may like it, others won't care.
Men In Black (1997 Sci-fi) ☆☆☆: Quirky, shiny, but without Tommy Lee Jones, it wouldn't have mattered.
Men In Black Two (2002 Sci-fi) ☆☆: Humor is too childish, dumb down and should be thrown into the "just another sequel" category.
Mimic (1997 Sci-fi) ☆☆☆: Bug movies usually aren't that good, but this one takes itself seriously and the quality shows to a certain degree.
Mission Impossible (1996 Thriller) ☆☆: Just missed the mark, had the makings of a great movie, but fell short on the gimmicky acting and failed suspense.
Mission Impossible Two: (2000 Thriller) ☆☆☆☆: Director John Woo is the Far East version of Michael Bay, the slow motion, the dark music, the heavy moments that trigger retribution, a huge turn around from the first one.
Mission Impossible 3 (2006 Thriller) ☆☆: Trying to raise the bar doesn't always work out, excellent acting, but it never made it's way out of the generic boredom territory.
Mission Impossible Ghost Protocol (2011 Thriller) ☆☆☆: This was fun in theaters, some funny moments as well to break the blockbuster tension, plus that scene is Dubai makes you forget which way is up. Technically flawless.
Mission Impossible: Fallout (2018 Spy Thriller) ☆☆☆☆☆: The Last movie made me fall asleep, this time I was wide awake. Not only did this movie never stop bringing the heat, it was some of Tom Cruises best work. This is the best Mission Impossible to date.
Money Train (1995 Action) ☆☆☆: A fun movie with a great cast and big train full of money, what else you need?
Moon (2009 Sci-fi) ☆☆☆: Starts out as a slow trudge through a game of clue, but at the very end delivers that one vital piece that makes the movie totally worth it.
Moonraker (1979 Thriller) ☆☆☆☆☆: Bond movies are supposed to be fun and out there, how further out there can you get with a giant space fight? An absolute cheesy blast that everyone else complains about unjustly.
Mud (2013 Drama) ☆☆☆☆: The best acting was done by a pre-pubescent, easily the best drama of 2013.
Nacho Libre (2006 Comedy) ☆☆☆: Fun for kids and oddly entertaining for adults, I can't help but like the idea of Mexican Priest gone Pro Wrestler.
Never Say Never Again (1983 Thriller) ☆☆☆: Cheesy 80's thriller with rough acting and typical bond one liners, even though it's technically not a 007 flick, it offers just enough big thrills to make the cut.
No Country for Old Men (2007 Thriller) ☆☆☆: Always a great cast, always great characters...beyond that, the Cohen brothers always seem to piss me off with the emptiness i feel after seeing their movies and the random plot points or lack thereof in the story...annoyed.
Noah (2013 Adventure) ☆☆☆☆: Throw out bible stuff, this is an apocolyptic adventure that Roland Emmerich is kicking himself for not directing.
Noise (2007 Drama) ☆☆☆☆: Tim Robbins finally loses his shit and takes it out on car alarms. I don't blame him.
Nosferatu (1922 Horror) ☆☆☆: The oldest movie on the list and the film quality is horrible, but the Vampire is one of the most haunting characters ever created. Still creeps me out.
Oblivion (2013 Sci-fi) ☆☆☆: A sci-fi movie that tugs at the love strings and will have you glued to your tv for the final sequence of events.
Oceans Eleven (2001 Crime) ☆☆☆☆: Some remakes are good, this one is better. Monster A-list cast, great humor, all the little things add up and make for a great heist movie.
Oceans Twelve (2004 Crime) ☆☆: Has some great moments, may even be worth three stars, but when the first one was so good, this one may appeal to some, but not a movie i leave on if there's better options available.
Octopussy (1983 Thriller) ☆☆☆: Goofy and technically flawed, but even with an older Roger Moore, the movie tends to redeem itself...not sure how.
Olympus Has Fallen (2013 Action) ☆☆☆: Action Junkies will enjoy the environment and the constant danger surrounding the plot line.
Our Idiot Brother (2011 Comedy) ☆☆☆: Such a lovable Paul Rudd charms the audience throughout the whole movie.
Pacific Rim (2013 Sci-fi) ☆☆☆☆: Whole lotta noise, Whole lotta CGI, Whole lotta action, whole lotta fun.
Pacific Rim: Uprising (2018 Sci-fi) ☆☆: A sequel that's exactly half of the original. 50 percent less plot, emotion, and domestically grossed half as much as it's predecessor. Nothing more than a made for TV Power Rangers Movie. Another franchise ruined by Chinese Investors.
Pain & Gain (2013 Crime) ☆☆☆☆: This was right in Director Michael Bay's wheelhouse. Sex, drugs, violence, steroids and a cool performance by Ed Harris.
Pandorum (2009 Horror) ☆☆☆: You can put it that "Event Horizon" category, so if your a Sci-fi Horror junkie, you may get a kick out of it.
Parker (2013 Action) ☆☆☆: Jason Statham plays the same character in about every movie. That character is awesome.
Particle Fever (2013 Documentary) ☆☆☆☆: The whole 1 hour and 39 minutes is spent looking for a dot on a screen...but when they find it, it's more satisfying than your favorite Ice Cream...unless your eating it when they find the dot.
Payback (1999 Action) ☆☆: So apparently we don't need endings anymore? Like serving a meatball sub without meatballs.
Pirate Radio (2009 Comedy) ☆☆☆: A boatload of great actors/actresses navigate this true story about radio censorship in Britain.
Platoon (1986 War) ☆☆☆☆: Watching a young Charlie Sheen lose his mind during the depths of the Vietnam War is pretty sobering.
Predator (1987 Action) ☆☆☆☆☆: No political correctness, no love story, no hidden messages. Every man should own this.
Predators (2010 Action) ☆☆☆: This is the only sequal to the original Predator thats even worth watching. Throw the rest in the trash.
Pulgasari (1985 Sci-Fi) ☆: If North Korea spent less time building Nuclear Weapons and oppressing it's population, this may have turned out better. I guess that's what happens when you kidnap the Director as well. Pulgasari translated means "Pile of Shit."
Public Enemies (2009 Drama) ☆☆: Usually Michael Mann movies get me all hot & bothered. For some reason, I felt rather dry near the end.
Pulp Fiction (1994 Crime) ☆☆☆☆☆: The peoples choice. Some of the most interesting and amusing characters ever brought to life. If you didn't like this movie, we're fighting.
Pumping Iron (1977 Documentary) ☆☆☆☆: Follow Arnold and Lou Ferrigno as they prepare for the Mr. Olympia competition. Perfect movie for a date night.
Puncture (2011 Drama) ☆☆☆: Chris Evans shows off his acting chops quite well. Not sure why this movie didn't get any award buzz.
Rampage (2018 Action) ☆☆☆: This is what happens when you take an arcade game that's fun for 10 minutes and stretch it into a 90 minute Dwayne Johnson Paycheck. The Crocodile was fucking huge tho.
Ready Player One (2018 Sci-Fi) ☆☆☆: Spielberg reached into his bag of nostalgia and even tho it seemed at times if the movie could deliver on such a promising movie trailer, it stumbles out of the first ten minutes and steadily finds it's legs, it's charm and most importantly, it's heart.
RoboCop (2013 Action) ☆☆: All the A-listers and CGI in the world couldn't come close to the R-rated version from the late 80's.
Safety Not Guaranteed (2012 Drama) ☆☆☆: Maintains its charm all the way to its head tilting, nerd rejoicing ending. Love Aubrey Plaza for some reason.
Shaft (2000 Crime) ☆☆☆: As good as it's gonna get, for all it's silliness, it's a pretty hardcore remake.
Shame (2011 Drama) ☆☆☆☆: Starring Michael Fassbender's dick. Don't believe in sex addiction? You will.
Sharknado (2013 Disaster) ☆☆: Certainly original if not intentionally stupid, but after one viewing, you wish the whole cast died at the end.
Sherlock Holmes (2009 Crime) ☆☆☆: Some interesting parts and great acting, but it's way too long.
Skyfall (2012 Thriller) ☆☆☆☆: When the villian is a blond, you're in deep shit. Also how about that Naomie Harris? Oh you're going to like her...
Slap Shot (1977 Comedy) ☆☆: Hockey fans will protest this rating, but some movies just don't age well.
Sleeping Beauty (2011 Drama) ☆☆: A bunch of dirty old men fondle a young, yet willingly incapacitated college student...that's about it.
Source Code (2011 Crime) ☆☆☆☆: Clever idea, great twists and some great acting, leads this sci-fi, crime, thriller, hodge podge into must watch territory.
Space Cowboys (2000 Sci-fi) ☆☆☆: A space movie for older dudes who watch too much fishing channel. I can't say that I hated it though.
Sphere (1998 Sci-fi) ☆☆☆: Everytime I watch this movie, i hope for something more, but in the end I'm left with a halfway decent sci-fi thriller.
Spiderman (2002 Comic Action) ☆☆: Out of all the comic book movies in the last ten years, feel free to ignore this entire franchise.
Spiderman: Homecoming (2017 Comic Action) ☆☆☆: Please don't suck. Please don't suck. Please don't suck. Michael Keaton?!?! Oh thank God, it didn't suck. Funny, fun, well paced. good support for Robert Downey Jr. Welcome back, Spidey. 6th time's the charm!
Stand Up Guys (2012 Drama) ☆☆☆☆: Pacino can still act and Walken's hair is still crazy. Together, the movie stays true to it's name from beginning to an awesome end.
Star Trek (2009 Sci-fi Reboot) ☆☆☆☆: Not exactly a reboot, more of an alternate reality, so it doesn't crap on the original series with all the cast you'd expect plus a special bonus for the Trekkie faithful.
Star Trek: Into Darkness (2013 Sci-fi) ☆☆: Just when you thought the franchise was in good hands, this pile of reheated shit drops on your flatscreen and leaves the odor of a bad movie with terrible acting and flatlining plot twists.
Star Trek: Wrath Of Khan (1982 Sci-fi) ☆☆☆☆☆: Arguably the best and most emotional Star Trek movie ever made. KHHHHHHAAAAAAAAAANNN!!!
Star Trek: In Search for Spock (1984 Sci-fi) ☆☆☆☆☆: How do you follow up a classic? This one takes it up a notch and nearly destroys everything in the process.
Star Trek: Nemesis (2002 Sci-fi) ☆☆☆: 'Next Generation' fans may feel left out, but thanks to a young Tom Hardy, this final chapter for Captain Piccard ends at least on a good note.
Star Wars: The Force Awakens (2015 Sci-Fi) ☆☆☆☆☆: After the last three stomach churners, someone finally had the balls to kick George Lucas out of the production meetings in order to darken the plot from what had sadly become a sci-fi series for children. Thank's J.J. it was well worth the wait. (Second time i saw it was after Carrie Fisher died...i cried the moment she showed up.)
Star Wars: The Last Jedi (2017 Sci-Fi) ☆☆☆: This decent, but underwhelming and hollow entry into this galaxy of dwindling original characters and pointless side acts that no one cares about leaves me less excited for the final entry and more worried about the inevitable disappointment.
Stephen King's IT (2017 Horror) ☆☆☆☆: Funny, Crude, Startling, Graphic. Turn off the lights, crank up the volume and enjoy a remake we didn't really ask for, but we're perfectly satisfied with. Although the more cosmic plotline may be saved for the sequel, the focus on the development of the town, the characters and the "Clown" are properly delivered to the audience, without a need to reinvent the genre.
Stephen King's IT: Chapter Two (2019 Horror) ☆☆☆: Better Jokes, more depth, less scary, but Pennywise ate the fuck out of some kids. Bill Hader brings the comedy this movie needs and the emotion the sequel deserves.
Sucker Punch (2011 Action) ☆☆: I'm all for girl power, but not when it fails on so many levels. The bad acting and stupid ending drive this car right off the road.
Sunshine (2007 Sci-fi) ☆☆☆☆: I never saw this movie promoted at all. Excellent CGI, Smooth acting, and sweet sci-fi plot makes puts this ahead of the many clunkers being put out as of late.
Super (2010 Comic Action) ☆☆☆: Certainly bizarre and graphic, but take away all the super powers, the clever strategy, and a sound mind and you wind up with Rainn Wilson as the savior/psycho.
Super 8 (2011 Sci-fi) ☆☆☆☆: I love when kids can act, not exactly a blockbuster, but more of angrier new-age version of ET.
Superman 2 (1980 Comic Action) ☆☆: Charmless, joyless, pointless.
SuperMan Vs Batman: Dawn of Justice (2016 Sci-Fi) ☆☆☆: Good, not great. If you watch Wonder Woman before this, it adds more validity, plus Wonder Woman is a complete badass.
Swordfish (2001 Action) ☆☆☆: I think actual tech-monkeys people would have an issue with this movie, but at least the constant plot twists keep you entertained.
Take Me Home Tonight (2011 Comedy) ☆☆☆: Dan Fogler and Topher Grace are very entertaining and deserving of more complex roles, as far as this movie goes, simple, funny and an all around party.
Taken (2008 Action) ☆☆☆☆☆: Seriously, if you don't love this movie, I will look for you, I will find you...and I will kill you.
Taken 2 (2012 Thriller) ☆☆☆: I think the general population just enjoys watching Liam Neeson hurt people and will someone PLEASE name Famke Jenssen sexiest woman alive?!?!
Team America: World Police (2004 Comedy) ☆☆☆: At the very least, you will definatly be entertained by the hot puppet action. Damn, was this movie funny.
Tears Of The Sun (2003 Action) ☆☆☆: A little preachy at some points, but the director keeps the focus on the true struggle that is the current African way of life or death.
Terminator 2: Judgement Day (1991 Action) ☆☆☆☆☆: Drones and facebook are gonna kill us all, this sequel and it's predecessor predicted it.
The Adjustment Bureau (2011 Drama) ☆☆☆: A different take on the "man upstairs", wasn't a difficult decision to grab two of hottest people in Hollywood and throw them in a movie about restricted love.
The American (2010 Thriller) ☆☆☆☆: A very quiet movie in it's scenery, so it doesn't overload your senses with needless CGI or a big soundtrack. It's rated R for a reason though.
The A-Team (2010 Action) ☆☆☆: As cheesy and technically flawed as the TV series, which is exactly why it's worth watching.
The Avengers (2012 Comic Action) ☆☆☆☆☆: Funnier than most comedies in the same production year, DC Comics shat it's pants after 'The Avengers' destroyed the box office.
The Avengers: Age of Ultron (2014 Action) ☆☆☆: Shit got real in this one, but sadly the comedy took a bit of the backseat in this one; which was a huge reason the first one was so much fun. It's only gonna get more serious as Thanos makes his way into later films, hopefully the Guardians can help keep things light along with Spiderman.
The Big Kahuna (1999 Drama) ☆☆: Starts out as a comedy, ends up as a monologue about honesty...sure, if that works for you.
The Big Short (2015 Bio-Drama) ☆☆☆☆: An Oscar worthy cast explains very carefully how the banks and firms that controlled the housing market brought financial wellbeing of the US in a pit that took years to dig out of. You will be angry at the end of this movie.
The Book Of Eli (2010 Action) ☆☆☆: Denzel Washington cemented his status in the action genre as a true badass with a purpose that cannot be argued.
The Boondock Saints (1999 Drama) ☆☆☆☆: Quotable movies always do well in my reviews, and a fantastic supporting character that could only be played by Willem Dafoe.
The Bourne Identity (2002 Thriller) ☆☆☆: Matt Damon is the new Kurt Russell, he can play smooth and rough characters. Big ups to the fight choreographers.
The Bourne Supremacy (2004 Thriller) ☆☆☆☆: Congratulations on pissing off Jason Bourne again. This time it was severly regrettable.
The Brown Bunny (2003 Drama) ☆☆: Hooray, a real blowjob scene...ok, what else is on?
The Cabin In The Woods (2012 Horror) ☆☆☆☆: For all those who dispise cheesy horror movies with played out plotlines, this flick puts the horror genre on blast and has a plot twist for the ages.
The Chase (1994 Adventure) ☆☆☆: Charlie Sheen heads for the border and this time, he's not coming back, plus he's taking a hot blond and a candy bar with him!
The Chronicles Of Riddick (2004 Sci-fi) ☆☆☆: For those who went out of our their way to see this in theaters, you may have been underwhelmed, for those who caught it on TV, it may have been time well spent.
The Commuter (2018 Thriller) ☆☆☆ : Think of Liam Neeson as the base ingredient to any good drink. A little Action, a little drama, solid acting, a digestible plot with a dash of a "particular set of skills" and you have yourself a good movie.
The Crow (1994 Thriller) ☆☆☆: The movie that killed Brandon Lee. Seriously, read about it. After you watch the movie, of course. Dark and vengeful, the way it should be.
The Dark Knight (2008 Comic Thriller) ☆☆☆☆☆: The fighting scenes were a little slow moving at times, but that's it. Everything else was spot on and the replay value is as high as one could want from a classic.
The Dark Knight Rises (2012 Comic Thriller) ☆☆☆☆: It took the last ten minutes to earn that fourth star, but people cheered in the theater for a reason.
The Departed (2006 Drama) ☆☆☆: Awesome cast with plenty of oh shit moments, Poor Leo.
The Dictator (2012 Comedy) ☆☆☆: Alot of hit & miss jokes, but the plot keeps you entertained. Replay value isn't very high though.
The Do-Over (2016 Comedy) ☆☆☆: As erratic as you'd expect from an Adam Sandler movie, but entertaining with some cringe-worthy moments from David Spade.
The Expendables (2010 Action) ☆☆☆☆: The replay value is what earns this movie it's rating. Some times the action is so crazy, you find yourself laughing from the awesomeness.
The Expendables 2 (2012 Action) ☆☆☆: A little heavy on the cheese, but you will still find satisfaction from the meatball overload.
The Equalizer (2014 Thriller) ☆☆☆☆: Denzel should get an Oscar every damn year. Dark, harsh and vengeful. This isn't a Taken wannabe movie.
The Fast And The Furious (2001 Action) ☆☆☆: Oh, suddenly everyone thinks their Honda or Toyota is a supercar. Moving on.
The Foreigner (2017 Thriller) ☆☆☆☆: If you want to compare it to 'Taken', go nuts. This flick plays on a much broader, more emotional spectrum and gives Jackie Chan a role to remember.
The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo (2009/2011 Thriller) ☆☆☆: The Swedish and American versions are both very watchable and both are pretty graphic. Choose either version and enjoy.
The Grey (2011 Thriller) ☆☆☆: Where the hell was the ending? Just some stupid snippet after the credits, really hurts the movies value.
The Human Centipede 2 (2011 Horror) ☆: Great date movie...if you plan on staying single or killing your date.
The Hunger Games (2012 Adventure) ☆☆☆: Easy movie to pick apart, but I'll praise it for it's tension build up and solid lead actress, Jennifer Lawrence.
The Hunt For Red October (1990 Thriller) ☆☆☆☆☆: Quotable lines, large replay value, excellent acting, great plot, awesome tension, a fine wine that has never been duplicated.
The Hunted (2003 Thriller) ☆☆☆: The opening scene may have some people turning off the TV, but for those who can handle the graphic opening, may find the chase quite enjoyable.
The Hunter (2011 Thriller) ☆☆☆: An off the radar piece with a very interesting plot, Willem Dafoe can't not be a great actor.
The Incredible Hulk (2008 Comic Action) ☆☆☆☆: Love me some "Hulk Smash". This is the best look you'll get at the big green guy...and Edward Norton.
The Italian Job (2003 Heist) ☆☆☆: Fun, playful, and a huge cast of characters with everyone playing a key role.
The Last Airbender (2010 Adventure) ☆: Avoid this title and anything from "that director" going forward.
The Last Of The Mohicans (1992 War) ☆☆☆☆: Michael Mann is such an underrated director, this is the one movie he can at least hang his hat on. Even the soundtrack is one to remember.
The Last Samurai (2003 War) ☆☆☆: Really, Tom Cruise is the Last Samurai...okay. Still a good movie tho.
The Last Starfighter (1984 Sci-fi) ☆☆☆: It hasn't aged well and it has many flaws, but I can't help but still be in love with it's charm for merely being a knock of Star Wars that I watched on repeat as a kid.
The Lincoln Lawyer (2011 Drama) ☆☆☆☆: Thank Christ Matty boy kicked the Rom-Coms to the curb, cus he is a can't miss commodity right now.
The Living Daylights (1987 Action) ☆☆☆: Timothy Dalton didn't get a fair shake as a funny, but firm Bond and this was an example of what could have been.
The Machinist (2004 Drama) ☆☆: All of Christian Bale's hard work and I'm left with an empty stomach.
The Martian: (2015 Sci-Fi) ☆☆☆☆: Essentially a gardening channel movie on how to grow potatos in space dookie with guest host, Matt Damon. At this point, he should be under house arrest, because whenever he leaves home, Matty boy gets into trouble and it costs me 20 bucks every time to bail him out. Next time, send Liam Neeson to go get him...and I'll pay 40.The Matrix (1999 Sci-fi) ☆☆☆: A lot of explaining was needed to build up to that ending, but it was worth it.
The Mechanic (2011 Action) ☆☆☆: Jason Statham will stop making movies when they stop being good, for now it's full steam ahead.
The Mummy (1999 Adventure) ☆☆☆: A halfway decent movie for when your looking for something not too serious.
The Mummy (Reboot)(2018 Adventure) ☆☆: Not even a great cast led by an ageless and shredded Tom Cruise could breath life into this unneeded and subpar reboot.
The Next Three Days (2010 Thriller) ☆☆☆: I'm guessing there was a ton of things i missed during this movie, doesn't matter though cus I still liked its gripping story.
The Paperboy (2012 Thriller) ☆☆☆: Not a video game adaptation, it's a tale of murder, love and a golden shower scene.
The Patriot (2000 War) ☆☆☆☆: Introduced us to the multi-talented Jason Isaac, who plays a thunderously giant asshole with zero emotion.
The Punisher (2004 Action) ☆: Nothing against Thomas Jane, but this isn't The Punisher, this is a giant pile of garbage. Read the comic book and you'll understand.
The Queen Of The Damned (2002 Fantasy) ☆☆☆: An egotistical vampire wants to be a lead singer for a Metal band, okay let's go with that and see what happens...ooooh clever!
The Quest (1996 Action) ☆☆☆: The last decent Van Damme movie, but that's not saying alot.
The Road (2009 Drama) ☆☆: Prolly as fun to make as it was to watch.
The Rookie (1990 Action) ☆☆☆: Charlie Sheen and Clint Eastwood?!?! An old school buddy cop movie to close out the 80's.
The Rum Diary (2011 Drama) ☆☆☆: An interesting movie with no solid ending, like a nicely wrapped x-mas gift that's smaller than the box it came in.
The Rundown (2003 Action) ☆☆☆: Dwayne Johnson getting used to his acting shoes and surprisingly entertaining for the simple brain cells we cherish.
The Score (2001 Heist) ☆☆☆: Not an over the top heist thriller, rather cerebral and makes for a good bedtime movie.
The Shape of Water (2017 Romance) ☆☆☆: A Subtle Cinematic favorite for the hopeless romantic who has a deep sushi fetish and pretends it's far better than it actually is. This movie is along the lines of a freshly made Salmon Roll.
The Specialist (1994 Thriller) ☆☆: The...acting...is...just...so...bad.
The Spy Who Loved Me (1977 Thriller) ☆☆☆: The ending saved this movie and took the 007 franchise to another level.
The Terminator (1984 Action Horror) ☆☆☆☆☆: This movie belongs in the National Archive as does the sequel, the other two belong in the bargain bin.
The Thing (1982 Horror) ☆☆☆: Creepy, jarring, graphic, scary, whatever you wanna call, I call it a horror classic.
The Thing Prequel (2011 Horror) ☆☆: Although it streamlines perfectly into the original, it doesn't terrify, therefore, it doesn't work.
The Town (2010 Heist) ☆☆☆☆: Ben Afflaaaaack is a wicked awwwesome Directaaaaah! The gunfire in this movie is as deafening as Michael Mann's 'Heat'.
The Transporter (2002 Action) ☆☆: A decent chase scene in the beginning can't keep this movie and it's sequels afloat.
The Truman Show (1998 Drama) ☆☆☆☆☆: When you find yourself cheering in front of your TV, you've found a great movie.
The Warriors (1979 Drama) ☆☆☆: A goofy movie in it's own right, but also a movie that represents a different time.
The Wild Geese (1978 Action) ☆☆: Great cast, but the soundtrack was so bad, it made all the other flaws all the more irritating.
The Wraith (1986 Action) ☆☆☆: I don't know why I love Charlie Sheen movies so much. I can't help it!
Thor (2011 Fantasy) ☆☆☆: I'm not sure this was the easiest movie to make, but it served it's purpose in creating The Avengers cash cow.
Thor: The Dark World (2013 Fantasy) ☆☆☆: Heavy on the goofiness, but just as heavy on the action, The Marvel Universe continues to spit out gem after gem. Be sure to watch all the credits as usual.
Thor: Ragnarok (2017 Fantasy) ☆☆☆☆: Goofy to the point of embarassment, colorful to the point of a seizure, Entertaining to the point of Euphoria.
Thunderball (1965 Thriller) ☆☆: For such a huge Bond movie fan, I've certainly aired complaints about many of them, this one as well.
Trollhunter (2010 Fantasy) ☆☆☆: Where'd this little gem come from? Put this in your queue and grab some popcorn!
Tomb Raider (2001 Adventure) ☆☆: Eventually a reboot will happen, so don't waste your time with this one.
Tombstone (1993 Western) ☆☆☆☆: Man movie with man stuff and manly one liners. Seriously, this is a classic.
Top Gun (1986 Thriller) ☆☆☆☆☆: Oh my fucking god, how can you not love this movie!?!?!?!?
Trading Places (1983 Comedy) ☆☆☆☆☆: I'm afraid this movie will eventually age, but for now it's one of the funniest comedies of the last 30 years.
Transformers (2007 Sci-fi) ☆☆☆: Director Michael Bay is like the luckiest prick on the planet.
Transformers: Revenge of The Fallen (2009 Sci-fi) ☆☆☆☆☆: It's a movie about giant fighting robots! MISSION ACCOMPLISHED!
Transformers: Dark Of The Moon (2011 Sci-fi) ☆☆: Less big name actors, MORE GIANT FIGHTING ROBOTS!
Transformers: The Last Knight (2017 Sci-fi) ☆: Look at this movie through a prism and every color is pure shit. Fire the writing staff.
Tropic Thunder (2008 Comedy) ☆☆☆: This movie is the definition of ridiculous. Count me in.
Troy (2004 War) ☆☆☆: I mean after 'Braveheart' everything seems to pale in comparison, still worth a watch.
True Lies (1994 Action) ☆☆☆: Before Jamie Lee Curtis was grey and eating yogurt, she was a total smokeshow.
Tucker & Dale vs Evil (2010 Comedy Horror) ☆☆☆: Nothing like a good woodchipper scene to make you laugh.
Underworld (2003 Action) ☆☆☆: This and it's sequel are worth their weight in any movie library. True Vampire Carnage.
Universal Soldier: Day Of Reckoning (2012 Action) ☆☆: I can't believe I wasted ninety minutes on this pile of shit.
Unstoppable (2010 Thriller) ☆☆☆: Denzel's in it. Any questions?
Upside Down (2012 Drama) ☆☆☆☆: The best Valentines Day movie for dudes who are stuck with their lady and have no money.
Vantage Point (2008 Thriller) ☆☆☆: Have ADD? Lots of different stuff going on and characters to follow, so you don't wander off mentally.
Wanted (2008 Action) ☆☆☆☆☆: Hate your Boss? so does the main character...and he lets her know in a scene you'll never forget.
Warrior (2011 Drama) ☆☆☆☆: Intense, brutal and at times, heart-wrenching. Ladies may like it too.
Watchmen (2009 Comic Book Action) ☆☆☆: Hey, don't hate me for liking it! It was something different at least.
We Were Soldiers (2002 War) ☆☆☆☆☆: Not many movies shake me to my core, realistic, emotional and raw...Mel Fucking Gibson.
Wedding Crashers (2005 Comedy) ☆☆☆: Seriously, how hot is Jane Seymour?
Wet Hot American Summer (2001 Comedy) ☆☆☆: Bizarre...pointless...priceless.
What Dreams May Come (1998 Fantasy) ☆☆☆: I love seeing comedians in dramatic roles. They can pull it off like noone else.
Whats The Worst That Could Happen? (2001 Comedy) ☆: The worst that could happen...did happen.
Wonder Woman (2017 Sci-Fi Action) ☆☆☆☆: It takes a full 30 minutes for this Superhero to become relevant in a category already too bloated, then she steps out of trenches in full gear and becomes arguably the most powerful protagonist in the Justice League. Just a damn good movie.
World War Z (2013 Sci-fi) ☆☆☆: Starts off quickly, veers off unexpectedly towards the end, everything in the middle knocks you on your ass.
X-men Origins: Wolverine (2009 Action) ☆☆☆: I'm still waiting for the X-men movies to get better. This was a small step forward.
X-Men: First Class (2011 Action) ☆☆☆: Hey, it's not The Avengers, but it's also not Fantastic Four.
You Only Live Twice (1967 Thriller) ☆☆: Regardless of the name, it's only worth watching once.
Zack And Miri Make A Porno (2008 Comedy) ☆☆☆: If you can handle a little hardcore action in your comedies, then this flick is a go for launch!
Zombieland (2009 Comedy) ☆☆☆☆: To sequel or not to sequel? I just don't want to ruin a great thing.