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UglyDolls (2019)
3 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

In the different town of UglyVille, weird is celebrated & strange is very special is embraced as more than simply meets the eye.
Here, the free-spirited Moxy (Kelly Clarkson) and her UglyDoll friends, Ox (Blake Shelton), Uglydog (Putbull), Wage (Wanda Skyes), Babo, (Gabriel Iglesias) & Lucky Bat (Wang Leeham) live every day in a whirlwind of bliss, letting their freak flags fly in a celebration of life and its endless possibilities.
There slash modules (animated humans) in a different world. (Reminds me of The parent trap 1961)
Then there is singer named Lou (Nick Jonas) That lives far from Uglyville. With the spy girls named Kitty (Charli XCX), Tuesday (Bebe Rexha) & Lydia (Lizzo) And a female slash module with glasses named Mandy. (Janelle Monae)

Uglydoll's is most movie I'm 100% Excited for. Cuz it's a musical, & It feels like a concert.

It's definitely going to be a 10/10.
I love Kelly Clarkson, Nick Jonas, Bebe Rexha, Charli XCX, Blake Shelton & Janelle Monae.

Beauty and the Beast
5 years ago via Movies on iPhone

Disney brings their classic 1991 animated movie to life with a reimagined live action version, starring Emma Watson and Dan Stevens as the Beauty and the Beast respectfully.

Whilst the set pieces are visually very impressive, the 3 dimensional live action version felt strangely flat in comparison to the animated version and struggles somewhat to replicate its magic or charm.

Emma Watson is a little inconsistent. She seems a little wooden in places, but more charming in others. Many of the rest of the cast seem miscast also; although they all perform well.

It has its moments, and you've got to admire the scope of what they were aiming for, particularly in the musical numbers.

An enjoyable watch. But I'm struggling to find much that it offers that isn't already offered by the fantastic original film; which begs the question of why a life action version was needed in the first place.

Ethel & Ernest
5 years ago via Movies on iPhone

Not ashamed to say I'm a blubbering wreck after watching this. I can't recommend it highly enough. Raymond Briggs is so clever in the way he brings out the emotional impact of the 'everyday.' Loved it.

X-Men: Apocalypse
5 years ago via Movies on iPhone

History's first mutant with the ability to take on the powers of others is resurrected with unlimited power and more than a little bit of a God complex. Professor X and his gang of young heroes have to stop him before he fulfils his plan to take over the world.

As a lifelong fan, any X-Men film is always going to be pretty good in my book. That said, I probably found this chapter the most hit and miss of the series and a bit of a let down after the brilliant Days of Future Past.

Whilst there were some great moments and it looked great, Apocalypse seemed like a 'pick n mix' of ideas and elements thrown together, rather than a consistently engaging whole.

Worth a watch for any fans of the franchise, but don't expect it to blow you away in the same way as some of the other X-Men films.

Trick 'r Treat
5 years ago via Movies on iPhone

Just dreadful. A bunch of bad sketches barely stitched together. A film that tries to be scary, funny and different and fails to hit any of these notes.

Not even in the 'so bad it's good' field, just plain bad. One of the worst films I've ever seen, and I don't say this lightly.

One to miss