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From Hell
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Great watch, would watch again, and can recommend. If you're accepting or even intrigued by the case of Jack the Ripper, then this should be a great murder mystery for you. Johnny Depp, opinions aside, does confused, drug-addicted, and detective all well. Heather Graham is able to emote and elevate her role wonderfully, despite it basically being a damsel role. Almost everyone else is old British guy, and it really feels like the complex mystery and drip-fed information investigation i

Jason Goes to Hell: The Final Friday
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Decent watch, might watch again, but can't recommend outside a Bad Movie Night or a Friday the 13th Marathon. It's both refreshing and sad to see them try to re-invent Jason. As a fan of "Fallen" I like the idea of the villain transferring from person to person, but they twist the concept a bit more than I would have wanted at points. Adding a "chosen one" trope to this doesn't do much for me. Having a nearly unkillable villain alone should be intriguing enough, adding extra rules to it

Home Sweet Hell
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Really good watch, would watch again and can recommend. Sometimes, it's important to watch movies with actors of which you're less of a fan. It lowers your expectations and reminds you of their true, objective acting talent. This is a very interesting watch on the real life symptoms and side effects of sociopathy and/or repressed psychopathy. It's the time of psych thriller that is scary because it could be happening to you in your own home. It doesn't mean you're stupid / not perceptiv

Men in Black
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Good watch, could watch again, and can recommend. This was a better movie historically than actually. It at least felt like it introduced some concepts of having aliens infiltrated Terra into the industry, even if it didn't actually. Maybe it popularized it more, but it was very good at walking the audience across that line that separates our normal Terran view to that of an integrated society. Or maybe I just love the concept of aliens on our planet that much. I definitely don't think

Men in Black II
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Decent watch, probably won't watch again, and can only recommend if you REALLY liked the first on and MIB International isn't available. They literally start the movie by subtly explaining why the formula doesn't work without Tommy Lee Jones and Will Smith, hell Patrick Warburton would have been an AWESOME option to be in the movie for real. This is a weird one because the movie is well cast, it has an interesting premise and villain, and the story is well written up to a point. And hell

The Invisible Man
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Great watch, will watch again, and do recommend. This really is a "what if" they extended the scenes from "Hollow Man" where Kevin Bacon gets into the public and starts messing with people. I am starting to worry about Elisabeth Moss though, she seems to be type-casting into all these heavy handed dramatic roles, or maybe that's just how she acts. She's certainly good enough to pull it off, so it's not a downside of the movie, it's just part of a note that this movie is very much a slow-bu

Groundhog Day
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Fantastic watch, will watch again, and do recommend. Bill Murray carries this time-shift-loop adventure in hilarious form. The writing is excellent with a "redeemable protagonist" trope mixed in. The movie is creative with it's divergent time lines and even manages to maintain proper story arcs as Phil continues to loop. The supporting cast is wonderful in each of their roles, and manage to do repeat acting excellently. This was a popularizing (if not a birth) to a genre, everyone s

Superbad
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Really good watch, would watch again, and can recommend. I've watched this movie several times, but had a couple different reactions: sometimes I agree this is overhyped, other times I'm completely in line with why it was overhyped. You mood might be a factor in your movie watching, it's all I'm saying. Overall, this is decently funny in dialogue, delivery, and writing. The movie is full of cringe humor and ridiculous circumstance, it's essentially designed so the characters have a good

Little Giants
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Really good watch, could watch again, and can recommend. There are some outdated references, but mostly the movie holds up over time. All the key points are the same, it's mostly playing football between haves and have nots, with a strong female empowerment element. It's great to see a fun bunch of "misfit" kids working together to overcome adversity. I miss Rick Moranis in the industry, and he's fantastic. They did such great character work on each of the kids and the movie is filled

Soul
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Really good watch, would watch again, and can recommend. I'll have to admit, I went into this thinking it would be Disney's yearly racist progressive attempt, so the bar was pretty low. The movie is actually delightful, and shockingly deep. The title indicates it has to do with the human soul, so I was expecting something along the lines of "Inside" or having to do with jazz, and while it has a rather nice combination of those two things, the attempt on the deep inner workings of the univ