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The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 (***1/2)

I am a big fan of the Hunger Games series which include The Hunger Games, Catching Fire and now Mockingjay Part 1. I read all the books and I can say so far they have followed the books pretty well. The Hunger Games Mockingjay Part 1 had action, sadness, hope. Katniss finds herself in District... Read more »

Movie Review - Annabelle (**1/2)

Annabelle is a vintage doll from The Conjuring. It is a prequel. This movie is about a creepy doll who haunts the family ruthlessly. The storyline was interesting and it was nice to see a backstory of Annabelle. It is about a family with a soon to be born baby and the mother collects dolls.... Read more »

Movie Review - Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 3D (***)

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles is about four mutant turtles named Michelangelo, Donatello, Leonardo, Raphael who fight crime in NYC. They are led by a rat sensei named Splinter. April O’Neil is their human friend. This film brought me back to the 1990s to the cartoon that I used to watch all the time when I... Read more »
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Movie Review - The Purge: Anarchy (***)

The Purge is one day a year in America when all crime and murder is legal for 12 hours. You can hide in your home and try to protect yourself. Or you can seek revenge on someone you dislike or hate. No emergency services will be available. I thought the Purge Anarchy was more violent... Read more »

Movie Review - Dawn of the Planet of the Apes (***) 3D

Dawn of the Planet of the Apes takes place in San Francisco. The genetically evolved apes vs the humans. Caeser (Andy Serkis) is the leader of the apes. Dreyfus (Gary Oldman) is the leader of the humans. They are some of the humans left after the virus spread Malcolm (Jason Clark), Ellie (Keri Russell) and... Read more »

Movie Review - The Fault In Our Stars (***1/2)

Fault in Our Stars is about two teens Hazel (Shailene Woodley) and Gus (Ansel Elgort) who are dealing with cancer. They meet and start a beautiful friendship will it lead to more? This film was very well written. It was sad but it dealt with a heavy subject cancer. It shows the emotions and things... Read more »
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Movie Review - X Men: Days of Future Past (****) 3D

(Cool Xmen glasses I got to watch Xmen) The gang is back together in the film Xmen Days of Future Past. Professor Charles Xavier (Patrick Stewart), Storm (Halle Berry), Logan Wolverine (Hugh Jackman). They are trying to change history and save the mutants and humans. They must send someone back in time to correct history.... Read more »

Movie Review - Blended (***)

In the movie Blended Jim (Adam Sandler) is a single dad to three girls. Lauren (Drew Barrymore) is a single mom to two boys. They are set up on a blind date. They go to a resort and run into each other. Will they survive the date? Will they go on another date? Will it... Read more »

Movie Review - The Quiet Ones (***)

The Quiet Ones is based on a true story from the 1970s in England. A professor named Joseph (Jared Harris) and a group of students Brian (Sam Claflin), Krissi (Erin Richards) , Harry (Rory Fleck-Byrne) experiment on a young lady Jane (Olivia Cooke). I thought the story stuck to the 1970s horror film. The pace... Read more »
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Movie Review - Brick Mansions (**)

Brick Mansions takes place in Detroit. Damien (Paul Walker) is a undercover cop who needs to save Brick Mansions groups of housing projects. Brick Mansions is dangerous housing projects. Lino (David Belle) is a criminal type. Tremaine (RZA) a criminal boss. Can Damiem save Brick Mansions? Will he make it out alive? I thought the movie lacked a solid... Read more »
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