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Bigfoot Country
4 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

Truly a masterpiece of the horror genre, masterful acting and the effects are simply brilliant.

Snowpiercer
Snowpiercer (2014)
5 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes
½

This film is very original in it's setting, and has many reveals throughout it about the protagonists and his companions that leave us shocked and intrigued as we watch this people fueled by raw determination to escape the horrors they've survived to no avail. In my opinion I think the ending could have been much better then it was, but the majority of this draining, hopeless movie surprised and impressed me.

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2
5 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

Disappointing at best, the majority of the comedy in this movie is so forced and weak, these attempts at humor are sometimes completely unnecessary and ruin scenes entirely, either taking away suspense or busting in on an important scene for a character, taking away from what he/she is going through making it difficult to care about them and it's distracting. While the original contained a lot of comedy, it was well executed and didn't take away from the story and instead added to it. Peter and Gamora's relationship is so uninteresting and it's about all either of them talk about. I can say however, Rocket Raccoon and Yondu were the only thing saving this movie from me despising it as the comedy surrounding them (for the most part) is witty, well-placed and genuinely funny and they lead to the only laughs I got out of the movie. Baby Groot was only there for the marketing as people are drawn to cute things even if they turn out to be absolutely useless. Peter and his dad couldn't keep my interests throughout the movie and it all seemed kind of ridiculous to me, in my opinion this movie could have done A LOT of things better, and the comedy could have been much better written.

Logan
Logan (2017)
5 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

When you make a character like the Wolverine vulnerable, old and depressed with incredible performances from all of it's characters and you show Logan waiting for death and only now at the end of his long life does he realize all the things he wanted and is finally receiving them. This movie is undeniably emotional and powerful and an amazing exit from Hugh Jackman and Patrick Stewart in the X-Men series. Logan is so much more then a comic book/ superhero movie and has so much more to say, amazing.