Category: Movies Watched

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Master of None: Season Two

Season Two of the Emmy Award Series. It’s impossible to find a direct link to just send you to season two, I’ve becoming more and more disallusioned with Netflix, their continued inability to provide a good UI is very concerning. That being said, if you hunt it down and successfully view it, Season Two of Master of None is among the best television that you will ever watch. It’s not great because of how absolutely perfect it is, but because of how well it handles it’s own universe and the stories it tries to tell.

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Resident Evil: The Final Chapter

Alice returns to The Hive in Raccoon City, where Umbrella Corp is gathering forces for a final strike against the remaining survivors. I feel asleep during the film and had to rewind it. Milla was awesome, but man I just couldn’t get into it. Why don’t we see her in more films?

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Zeta One

A race of topless, large-breasted women from the planet Angvia, in another dimension, come to earth to kidnap women to repopulate their planet (In HD). A perfectly inappropriate science fiction film about topless space women that are on Earth to steal Earth Women for reasons unknown, and the men that are determined to discover their secrets. I find it difficult to suggest the movie to anyone, it only caught my eye because of the description on Amazon Video. Other than the gratuitous amounts of toplessness there’s not much notable about the film. There’s a few points in the film where...

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Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2

Set to the sounds of Awesome Mixtape #2, Marvel Studios’ Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 continues the team’s adventures as they unravel the mystery of Star-Lord’s parentage. They nearly got to the same level of mentioning family as Fate of the Furious and the plot seemed contrived in a way that only comic book movies can make work. I enjoyed the film, but boy howdy do I disagree with how they treated a few characters in the film. It’s a good second entry into the Marvel Cosmic Universe with definite room for improvement. If you go see it in...

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Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children

From visionary director Tim Burton, comes a wildly imaginative fantasy-adventure about a secret world for children with unusual powers. Tim Burton finally does a movie without Helena Bonham Carter or Johnny Depp and it turned out pretty well. Make no mistake, this is still very much a Tim Burton film, but it’s much more mature and open to general audiences than his last few movies have been. This wasn’t the movie I was expecting it to be, but that turned out to be a blessing, rather than a curse.

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Moana

Moana sets sail on a daring mission to save her people. Along the way, she meets the once mighty demigod Maui–together they cross the ocean on a fun-filled, action-packed voyage. I watched this again over the weekend! I’m a huge fan of the soundtrack, it’s among the best that Disney has put out, even better than the Frozen soundtrack. Looking forward to grabbing some screenshots as well, this is a very pretty movie. Might make its way into my ‘turn it on when feeling down’ playlist it’s so good.  Something I did with this viewing is stayed for the credits...

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The Fate of the Furious

A mysterious woman (Charlize Theron) seduces Dom (Vin Diesel) into a world of crime. The elite force does everything to stop and bring home the man who made them a family. Family man Dom talks about family to his family, then evil anti-family woman appears and threatens Dom’s family. Dom betrays his family, causing some of his family to go to jail where they get broken out by extended members of the family. Dom’s family is concerned that he’s not in the family any more, so they act together as a family to put their family back together. The resolution...

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Star Trek: Beyond

watched it again and the colors, by god the colors are amazing. I hope they make more, at this point, Paramount is our only hope for a good Trek experience, CBS is continuing to screw the pooch with Discovery.

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Life

Life is a sci-fi thriller about an International Space crew whose mission turns to one of primal fear after discovering a terrifying life form. For better or worse, this was exactly the movie I thought it was going to be. Have you seen Gravity? Good, then you’re familiar with the set they used for Life. Have you seen any space based alien horror film? Then you’re familiar with all the movie tropes that were used here. The creature design was acceptable, the acting was acceptable with the exception of Jake Gyllenhaal, who was cosplaying as a four year old in...