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Movie Ratings and Reviews

Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith

This is not a bad Star Wars film - I like how it started, but I found the storyline of Revenge of the Sith good but really dark (and rather sad) - then again, it is the story of how Anakin became the one and only Darth Vader.
Plus, what's with Chewbacca joining the other Wookies into battle with the Sith? He was with Solo the whole time way before the events of this film - wonder how on earth he appeared back home? That bit could have been explained properly, I guess.
I liked Anakin and Obi-Wan's lightsaber duel, but I didn't like how it ended. It was too sad, with Anakin screaming, burning up from the lava flames and actually becoming a bad guy full time.
It's an epic Star Wars film, but it could leave you feeling sorry for everything - if you know what I mean.

Winnie the Pooh

I recall watching Winnie The Pooh when I was a kid, so I watched this 2011 reboot of the franchise. It is a good movie, but my reception to this movie is rather mixed.
I like the songs 'The Backson Song', 'It's Gonna Be Great' and 'Everything Is Honey', my least favourite one though is 'A Very Important Thing To Do'. Basically, I don't really see the point in Winnie The Pooh being a musical franchise - I don't know why, exactly, but I don't think it's that necessary to have musical numbers all the time in the franchise.
I like the humour, the jokes, the voice acting, and the animation (even though it is just drawn animation), and it does sort of help with John Cleese narrating, but I think the storyline is a little too average. It almost feels like two stories with a short length - first Eeyore loses his tail, and then everyone assumes that Christopher Robin has been captured by the so-called Backson. I mean, seriously, why would you would have something epic in a story that isn't really epic? All of Rabbit's planning and everyone adventuring for nothing! It could have been a massively epic twist if Christopher Robin really was captured by a baddie even if not the Backson, right? Okay, so the Backson made an appearance after the credits, but then again, they've spoiled everything and turned him into a nice character.
Every time I watch Winnie The Pooh, I keep noticing that they don't add anything new to the franchise, which is virtually annoying. The characters stay in the same location, never getting out of the woods, never going anywhere new.
I have no doubt that the live action Christopher Robin film is going to be a million times better though.
So anyway, if you really like Winnie The Pooh, give this a shot, but if you're buying it expecting something really new in the franchise, I wouldn't recommend it.

Avengers: Infinity War

GOODBYE DC, HELLO MARVEL!
First time I checked Avengers: Infinity War out at the cinema, I found it kind of confusing and was a little disappointed with the ending.
I thought it wouldn't be something worth watching again, until I thought it would be better seeing it again if I'm sitting at a good spot understanding the story a bit more with a friend of mine who is an Avengers fan.
The second time I saw it, I actually really liked it, despite the ending that could give Avengers fans chills. I like the humour, the story, and the characters (even if I don't know a lot of the Marvel characters very well) - and I find it very amusing when the Guardians of the Galaxy meet The Avengers.
Looking forward to Part 2 when it comes out.

Sherlock Gnomes

After watching the trailer for Sherlock Gnomes, I had lots of hopes about this film when I went to see it on 7th May with a friend of mine.
The first five minutes of the film was very interesting (with the funny red goon gnomes introducing the tale) and with Sherlock Gnomes and Watson taking action in a museum too before the opening title came in.
However, I am so sorry to say this, but the rest film got so disappointing and not even Johnny Depp could save this dire try-hard comedy.
It basically feels as if an original Sherlock Holmes story has been stolen, not to mention that they stole the original Sherlock Holmes and Watson characters and turned them into bloody gnomes (pardon my language)!
Plus, I found the villain and some of the animation a bit creepy - but even worse, a couple of the very funny moments from the trailer (like the moment where Mankini jumped into quicksand and the moment where Sherlock Gnomes accidentally broke a red goon gnome when he arrived on the scene of the crime) were strangely cut out of the film!
WHAT THE HELL DID YOU DO?
The film did have its moments as well, but apart from that, I've already cracked the case of checking out whether this film is terrible or not. It's terrible. Not bad, but so not great.

Star Wars: The Last Jedi

This was the first Star Wars film I had checked out in the cinema - and I have to be honest, I've actually enjoyed it, despite it being very very long.
But now that I have it on DVD, I enjoy it more than I have at the cinema and consider it an all-time masterpiece.
So please stop with the ridiculous hate speeches, for crying out loud! If you haven't paid more attention to The Last Jedi, you haven't been understanding The Last Jedi at all!
Besides, I don't mind if Luke feels grumpy, because he has his reasons.
So if you're looking for an action entertainment masterpiece, turn away from Justice League (which is so not a masterpiece) and go for this film instead!

Kingsman: The Golden Circle

I've not seen the first Kingsman film myself, and I'm not familiar with the Kingsman universe, but I have had a great experience watching Kingsman: The Golden Circle in the cinema last September. And now that I have looked back on the film last night, I'm going to come clean and say that this is one of the greatest action films I have seen since The Other Guys.
What I love about it: the performances, the adventurous storyline, the action sequences, the humour, and even Elton John's performance! (Man, I didn't even know he could fight!)
What I don't like about it...well, I don't know, really. Hard for me to say.
So even if you haven't seen Kingsman: The Secret Service, ignore the haters of The Golden Circle, because this Golden Circle deserves a Golden Globe!

Family Guy - Blue Harvest

It's not the same as the original version sadly, but it's still very funny, very clever, and at least the Force is still strong with this one. Well done, Family Guy!

A Wrinkle in Time

I saw this film at Cineworld on Saturday, and there is rather a lot to say about it.
The storyline may not be clever and perfect, but there are parts of the story that are understandable and emotional - and there may be too many special effects, but if there weren't, it'd be a dull and disappointing film, right?
I also liked the acting and the unexpectedly beautiful happy ending. Although it isn't as good as Beauty And The Beast, if you like fantasy and sci-fi, A Wrinkle In Time is worth a watch.

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

I'm a big Star Wars fan, but this definitely is a love-it-or-hate-it film. Because it's a prequel about how the Death Star plans get stolen, the story goes a little out of place, with some forgettable characters, different musical score by a different composer, a few dull moments and even worse - characters dying in the end. Boo-hoo!
But why I'm only giving it 3 stars is because it's not bad, but it's not as appealing as the original and sequel Star Wars films.
I liked C-3PO's cameo, Simon Farnaby's very tiny cameo as an X-Wing Pilot, Darth Vader's two appearances in the film, some of the realistic action sequences, the Jedha fight scene and K-2SO's humour.
If you're interested in Star Wars, I wouldn't recommend this film if I were you. It's good, but I'd stick to what happens next instead of what happened before in the Star Wars universe.

Peter Rabbit
Peter Rabbit(2018)

I've been to see this yesterday evening after 30 long horrible minutes of being stuck in a cold queue. But never mind that!
Everyone comes to the cinema expecting a lovely storyline, a talented cast, non-stop humour, and even better - James Corden. This movie has a lot of that.
Yes, I have to be honest, I've enjoyed this movie from start to finish! Even the audience seemed to have enjoyed it! If it was just a cartoon movie, I wouldn't like it at all.
But it seems to me that this is better and funnier than The Emoji Movie.
I'm not into reading the original Peter Rabbit books, granted, but this film really shows that Peter Rabbit is a sweet character, even though he might not be the same as Paddington.
Seriously, if you miss this film, you'll be having a meltdown!

Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest

I watched this film last week when I had a virus, and I used to like it when I was a kid, but now this is what I think of it:
it was okay, I suppose, but I had the same thought about it when watching the fifth Pirates Of The Caribbean film at the cinema last year.
It is well made, I'll tell you that, and Johnny Depp does amazing as the legendary Jack Sparrow, but in my opinion, I don't think the whole Pirates Of The Caribbean universe is my jar of dirt, if you know what I mean.
I think the storyline is pointless and slow, along with its time length.
All I can say is thank goodness that the franchise is over. There's nothing really interesting about pirates battling in the seas all the time.

Star Wars: Episode VII - The Force Awakens

This is one of the greatest films I had ever seen. After seeing The Original Trilogy, it's nice having a wonderfully-made modern sequel with new characters and the old characters and the old memories from before.
The storyline, music and the characters are all perfect. I even think BB-8 is a really cool character, and I like the fact that one of the stormtroopers had finally had enough of being a part of the dark side.
Do you know what? I needn't say another thing about this film - everything about it is all perfect. :-)

The Pink Panther

Okay, seriously, what the hell is wrong with you critics? You may think this film is terrible and that the jokes may be old like dirt, but in my opinion, I don't see anything wrong with it at all.
To be honest, I consider this film one of my very favourites. I don't know if I'm interested in The Pink Panther films with Peter Sellers, but in this film, Steve Martin certainly knows how to liven things up with laugh-a-minute humour and an excellent portrayal of the classic character Inspector Clouseau. :-)

Into the Woods

I had a few doubts about Into The Woods at first, but I watched it last night, and I have to be honest, it wasn't at all a bad film. Although it is very dark, and there is too many songs, so I'll admit it's not as good as Beauty And The Beast. But still, I love the cast's performances, the characters, the storyline and some of the songs. However, I wouldn't let your child watch this at night, because it is a good film, but it could bring nightmares to youngsters!

Early Man
Early Man(2018)

Nick Park has done it again - I tell you, his films and models get better and better!
I went to see this at the cinema yesterday evening, and my friend and I thought it was better than we thought it was!
The storyline is incredible, the characters are well developed, and the models are well made with the classic Aardman plaster scene.
If you like Wallace & Gromit, Chicken Run and Shaun The Sheep, you will like Early Man. If you get a chance to see it and arrive before the commercials start, then you could be an 'early man' - but if you miss it, you might be a 'late man'! Get it?

Shrek The Musical

I'm a fan of so many musicals, but on a scale of one to ten...well, I'd give it a ten. The whole musical is packed with lots of laughs, a talented cast, and great memories from the original film. It's a shame I couldn't see it live - but it doesn't matter, because I have a DVD of it at home.
It has a wonderful pantomime feeling to it - this time all the characters are very humorous and have spectacular singing voices.
Nice job, Broadway! Keep going!

Kung Fu Panda

They did a good job with the kung fu WRITING before the kung fu FIGHTING! It's a really clever action comedy movie with great humour, characters and a spectacular martial arts storyline.
Po is one of the most likeable characters in DreamWorks history, and Kung Fu Panda is one of the very best films in DreamWorks history too.
I'd recommend it for all ages. It never gets old.

Dr. Seuss' Horton Hears a Who!

Clever original story by Dr Seuss. Jim Carrey really brings Horton to life and turns him into a humorous character. What's not to love?

Star Wars: Episode VI - Return of the Jedi

George Lucas has done it again!
Apart from the irrelevant and confusing 'Jedi Rocks' scene in the film, this is another classic final Star Wars chapter in the Original Trilogy yet.
There's a sweet part in the end where Darth Vader has a change of heart, and I think the Ewoks are weird but cute characters (despite the fact that they don't speak English).
The film has a cool storyline with the original classic characters, except that I find Jabba The Hutt really annoying, as if he's speaking an alien language in slow motion.
Otherwise - great film!

Cars
Cars(2006)

Cars is a classic film I used to like when I was a kid. I still like it, but I know it kind of too well now. It's still better than A Bug's Life though - and Owen Wilson's voice of Lightning McQueen really brings the character to life.
So if you have never watched this before, don't pay attention to a red light - obey the green light and go for it!

Central Intelligence

It's a surprisingly good film, with a cool storyline. I don't like the title, but I like the film itself. Dwayne Johnson and Kevin James make a great team together in a great adventure, along with action, humour and friendship.
Keep the entertainment coming!

Ted
Ted(2012)

This film may be offensive, but it's still really good. It has its funny and poignant moments, but it does have a lot of swearing in it. Strictly not a film for kids (unless they're supervised by a parent), but perfect for teenagers and adults, especially fans of Family Guy.

Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back

Great second Star Wars classic after A New Hope, with a well-crafted storyline, along with the original characters and musical score.
May the Force be with you, George Lucas!

Beauty and the Beast

This is the best Disney film yet. It's emotional, funny, and beautifully written and made. I must say, I got very bored with the original Beauty And The Beast, but this live action remake certainly makes the story look realistic - especially with new songs, a spectacular cast and wonderful new extra plot twists in the original story. :-)

Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope

I used to not like Star Wars when I was young, but since I saw this film on Saturday night, I feel I'm nearly becoming a Star Wars fan.
It's a really great film - with perfect musical score, characters and a perfect storyline. George Lucas really has done a good job on this one.
Give this film a gold star - or a star war! I think a gold star should do it!

The Greatest Showman

I saw this in Cineworld yesterday with my friend Steven, who truly is a greatest showman to me.
It actually was a really good film. It only goes to show that Zac Efron and Hugh Jackman still haven't lost their musical mojo. There were some surprisingly dark plot twists, like the part where the circus was on fire - but there were also some brilliant musical numbers, like 'The Greatest Show' and 'This Is Me'. I'm not surprised that it took literally seven years to make, with all the cast and crew and everything.
So why the hell have you only given it a 55% rating? It's a clever story!
I'm not into La La Land much - but if you're one of those people who really hate that film, The Greatest Showman will be way better in your opinion, I can imagine that.

Kung Fu Panda 3

This is a really good film with a really incredible storyline about discovering your inner you and mastering martial arts. Lots of humour, characters, brilliant animation, and plenty of Jack Black to go around.

The Campaign
The Campaign(2012)

If you take a look at this and think 'It looks dull. I hate boring politics. Might give it a miss.' well, you'll be making a big mistake.
It may look boring on the outside, but on the inside, there's plenty of wonderful adult humour and perfect story structure with the legendary Will Ferrell defending his title against Zach Galifianakis.

Trolls
Trolls(2016)

I used to have a mixed opinion about Trolls when watching this film at the cinema in 2016, but since I bought it on DVD last year, I thought it was pretty good. Now I'm beginning to like this movie and consider it a family-friendly classic. Can't wait for Trolls 2! Please don't ever stop the music, DreamWorks!

Shaun the Sheep Movie

I didn't understand humour when I was a kid, so I used to not like this film before. When I was ill, I decided to give it another watch - and I've completely changed my mind about this film. Despite no dialogue at all, Nick Park certainly knows how to entertain and make people laugh!
Makes a massive change from the original television series.

Coco
Coco(2017)

Since I saw Inside Out and thought it was nothing like the original Pixar films, I thought that Coco would be worse at first. I decided to go and see the film this afternoon, thinking it would be good but not great.
I watched it, and I have to admit, I was impressed. Despite a few awkward moments, the story is spectacular, and it goes well with its dazzling animation. Who needs a story of emotions inside your own head when this has got a beautiful story full of (as this site says) culture, family, life, death and MUSIC! I wish I could have made a film like that.
It only goes to show that Disney and Pixar had not lost its ability to entertain. I'd see it again if I ever would have the chance and find a way to pay for it myself.

Ted 2
Ted 2(2015)

Good sequel, good storyline, and funny but in places. Swearing does get in the way of jokes (although there is one funny F-word joke referring to F. Scott Fitzgerald). It also has its poignant moments, like the scene where John Bennett was in hospital and Ted was saying goodbye to him thinking he was dying.
It also has a very strong message - about having civil rights as a person, no matter what you are.
Another massive achievement yet, Seth MacFarlane!

Blades of Glory

BLADES OF perfect comedy and sport entertainment. Will Ferrell at his best indeed, spreading blades of glory wherever he goes. :)

Postman Pat: The Movie

I used to watch Postman Pat all the time when I when a kid. I was surprised to find out it had a film, hoping it would be awesome.
It is. I don't care if I'm a teenager, I like this film, I like everything about it: the humour, the characters, the story, the animation, the pop culture and the amazing parody character of Simon Cowell! Seriously, if you liked Postman Pat so much when you were a kid, order the movie and it will be delivered to you (hopefully by Postman Pat)!

Bambi
Bambi(1942)

I've been wanting to share my opinion about Bambi in a long time.
I watched it once when I was a kid, but I didn't like it, and I literally cried for a long time after watching this because it was very sad.
Honestly, I'd rather listen to Charlie & Lola stories all night than ever watch this again! Keep it away from me! This is a Bambi-free zone! UNDERSTAND?

A Bug's Life
A Bug's Life(1998)

I remember watching it before, so I decided to watch it again. In my opinion, it is a good movie, but it's nothing like Toy Story 2. Only funny in places, and the storyline is understandable but very weird.
So what I'm saying is that it's not bad, but I wouldn't myself consider it a huge classic.

The Nightmare Before Christmas

I have to be honest, I was scared of watching The Nightmare Before Christmas at first, because of how the ghosts in the opening number looked very realistic.
Still, I managed to get used to that, and I now like this movie. Although it's too much of a musical for a stop motion animation film, and there's not much humour like there is in the Aardman films. But the story, the characters and the songs are all good.
Warning: if you're a scared little child and if you watch this on the night before Christmas - well, let's count that as a Nightmare Before Christmas. Otherwise - classic movie for all ages!

Spider-Man: Homecoming

I'm not into the previous Spiderman movies, but this film really counts as entertainment. It has its awkward relationship moments, but it also includes humour and excitement.
Though warning: this film doesn't tell kids that they CAN be a crime-fighting superhero, climb up walls and save the day, so don't try whatever Spider-Man does at home, promise me?
Anyway, it's a great movie, and it definitely will not drive you up the wall - like crime-fighting literally drives Spider-Man UP THE WALL!

Toy Story 2
Toy Story 2(1999)

Although I hadn't watched the Toy Story films for years, I wanted to watch Toy Story 2 again and see if it's as good as I remembered it. It is.
Brings back a lot of sweet memories for me. Pixar is the best.

The Nut Job 2: Nutty by Nature

I didn't like the first Nut Job film very much and didn't even find it that funny. But let me tell you, this sequel really improves! I don't see what the fuss is all about just because it's not everyone else's kind of thing.
There's all sorts of good comic humour and sweet characters, in another perfect story that teaches you about teamwork.
So if you didn't like the first film and want a change, you'll get nuts with this nutty (in a good way of course) sequel!

Hot Fuzz
Hot Fuzz(2007)

The perfect film that combines action and comedy altogether with my kind of English humour exactly. Simon Pegg and Nick Frost make a great team together, along with a wonderful cast of characters who aren't what they first seem.
If you're a housewife who likes romantic comedies, then this isn't the film for you. But if you're a teenager or a dad who likes action films (even comedy films as well), then this is the perfect film for you. :)

Despicable Me 3

I like this sequel, I think it's amazing and amusing. Steve Carrell never ceases to amuse me, along with Kristen Wiig.
I find the Minions' singing a little irritating, but otherwise - everything else is all good.

Frozen
Frozen(2013)

I used to really enjoy Frozen when I was 11. I still like it, including the songs, storyline and characters, but to honest, I think it's getting a little bit old for me, along with Frozen Fever and Olaf's Frozen Adventure.
Although I can't wait for Frozen 2 to come out next November, let me tell you.

The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water

I'm not a massive fan of the SpongeBob television series itself, but every time I watch this movie, I always find it enjoyable and unforgettable.
That doesn't mean you should believe that SpongeBob is really real, but the CGI of SpongeBob and his friends in the real world makes everything look so realistic.
I love the story, the dialogue, the childish humour, the original characters and I really love Antonio Bandera's live action performance as Burger Beard. He deserves an award for his best comedic acting.
Who needs the 2004 SpongeBob Squarepants movie when you've got the sponge out of water at last? The film is way better than it actually looks.

Ferdinand
Ferdinand(2017)

I watched it once at the cinema last month, and found it un-BULL-ievable.
There were moments that I didn't quite expect, including plenty of funny and enjoyable moments. But really, I kind of find it too sad and awkward for teenagers. So what I'm saying is that it's good but not great. If you're planning on watching Ferdinand, don't expect it to be an awesome type of film.

Pitch Perfect 2

Watched it once last year and wanted to share my opinion about it.
A couple of funny and exciting parts in it, but not exactly my cup of tea, I think. I reckon anyone who is watching it on their own might find it dull and confusing, and I don't think even the 3rd Pitch Perfect film could make up for it.

Trolls Holiday

I read a lot of critical reviews about this on Amazon, but when I watched it on Christmas Day, it turned out to be better than I expected, despite it only being 20 minutes.
It's a brilliant short that really tops Olaf's Frozen Adventure, with all the characters back together presenting holidays in cool musical form.
The bonus episodes on the DVD look like garbage, but otherwise, if you like Trolls, Trolls Holiday is fun to watch.

Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie (Captain Underpants)

I remember watching this once at the cinema thinking it was 'okay'. Well, since I have it on DVD now as a Christmas present, I watched it last night and enjoyed it more than I enjoyed it at the cinema!
The animation is super clean, the humour is childish (in a very good way), and the plot is so sweet and cleverly timed. I haven't read the original Captain Underpants books, but still, I consider this film one of my very favourites - it's more funnier than The Emoji Movie.
So when you watch this, you might want to hold on to your pants! :)

Cars 3
Cars 3(2017)

It's more poignant than Cars & Cars 2, but there are still some funny and exciting moments along with amazing animation.
My brother used to find it boring when he watched it at the pictures, but he likes it when he watches it on DVD now.
I consider it a wonderful Christmas gift, this film. Great to watch on a special occasion.

The Emoji Movie

I was on my way to the cinema to see this with my friend Jorja, and I didn't expect to like it, but it turned out to be really good film.
Not exactly one of the funniest films of all time, but still, I like the story, the characters, the occasional childish jokes and the occasional funny moments - and I enjoy hearing James Corden as Hi-5 and Patrick Stewart as Poop.
So what I'm saying is that it's not really a movie that deserves a comedy award, but it's great for those who like emojis on their phones.

Night at the Museum

Like Zoolander, this film really is a classic. I watched this film last night with my family, and it was just great watching it again.
There a lot of laughs, unforgettable characters and perfect story structure. If you feel like you're missing out on something, see this! It will be a Night At The Museum to remember!

Les MisÚrables

I watched the whole film from start to finish twice months ago, and I have a mixed opinion about it.
Some of the songs are good - my favourites are 'Look Down', 'Castle On A Cloud', 'Master Of The House', 'One Day More' and 'Do You Hear The People Sing'.
But it's basically just non-stop singing for two and a half hours literally, which can get very boring after 20 minutes, but it's lucky that they have occasional dialogue in it to try and make sure it's less confusing.
I love the cast's performances, but I do notice a lot about Russell Crowe's performance as Javert: that his singing voice sounds weird, and that his acting is a little wooden.
It's a good movie, but it's not exactly something I would want to see again unless I'm having a musical movie night or something like that.

The Internship

I only watched this movie once last year, but I just wanted to share my opinion about it already.
From what I remember about it, I thought it was unfunny and uninteresting - and not even Josh Gad could save this piece-of-crap show.
To be honest, I'm not a huge Vince Vaughn fan. He looks funny on the outside, but on the inside...well, he just tries his best, I guess.
For your information, you should have just called this 'The Google Movie', instead of 'The Internship'. It's the most unconvincing film title like 'Their Finest'!

Zoolander
Zoolander(2001)

I watched it a lot of times, and right now, I'm going to consider this an unfailingly unforgettable classic!
What I also like about it is that it teaches you that there is more to life than just being "really really ridiculously good looking". That's a very wise thing to say, Derek, I agree with you on that one, and so should everyone else.
This film really blows me away - even the new look 'Magnum'!

Zoolander 2
Zoolander 2(2016)

It's not just a comedy. It's also an adventure.
Plus, it's not as laugh-out-loud funny as the previous Zoolander, but it does have its funny, adventurous, poignant and feel-good moments with a strong adventure plot.
Of course, there's no Zoolander without Derek, Hansel and of course Mugatu - and there's no Zoolander without the same jokes and memorable moments from the previous film like the latte scene.
I prefer the first film, but this still is a wonderful comeback for Derek Zoolander after 15 years.

Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle

Despite not seeing the original, I saw this new film last night at the cinema, and may I just say, what a film that was! It was funny, badass and realistic!
There were very loud moments, but that's what makes an adventure an adventure, right?
And to be honest, it really topped Justice League. That film was horrible, but this film is an incredible popcorn adventure.

Justice League

Terrible. Just terrible.
I saw it two weeks ago, and I just wanted to share my opinion about it on this site.
Although I hadn't seen Batman Vs Superman, I wasn't keen on Justice League at first because I thought it was just going to be an incredibly dull experience of super-zeroes just doing whatever the hell we know they do.
Turns out I was right. Now that's ú3.50 and two hours of my life I will never get back. :(
The Lego Batman Movie is way better than this! Watch that instead!

The Lego Ninjago Movie

I loved The Lego Movie and The Lego Batman Movie! Those movies had earned a 'Certified Fresh' rating on this site, because they were amazing!
I was not surprised when I found out that this one got 54%, because apparently, Ninjago is not something new with LEGO.
I saw this film three times at Picturedrome Cinema, and thought it was good, but not as good as the previous LEGO movies.
Still, apparently The Lego Movie Sequel is being released on February 2019, and hopefully that will bring back everything that we had missed from before.

Bill
Bill(2016)

I am a huge fan of Horrible Histories, and I have all the seasons on DVD.
I hadn't watched this film for ages, so I watched it again last night - and there is quite a lot to say about it.
The actors have done very well, but despite occasional gags, jokes and lovely story charm, I don't think it is as good as Horrible Histories.
My mum loves Horrible Histories too, but she doesn't like this film, because she says it's boring, but I understand what she's saying.
It's like a documentary about how William Shakespeare became from hopeless lute player to famous play writer, and it may look slow and boring to some of you, but not if you really know what's going on.
This is a sweet film with delightful characters, wonderful English humour - and it really has its moments of history and Shakespeare.
Exit, pursued by a film reviewer.

Thomas & Friends: Journey Beyond Sodor

Hey, reviewers! I haven't watched this special in ages, but I just wanted to share with you that when I first saw this on YouTube, I thought it was good, but not great.
I can see why it had been considered a disappoint to all Thomas fans, and I can understand that. I'm a big Jim Howick fan, and I like Hugh Bonneville, because I saw him in the Paddington films.
The songs are a bit longer than The Great Race, but that doesn't mean I don't like them. I'm just glad that they didn't release this when I was a kid, because I used to get scared of watching cartoon musicals.
So to end this, although I haven't watched this special in ages, I just want to say that it is good, but I think The Great Race is better.
Should have just called this 'Thomas & Friends: Journey Beyond Sodor: The Musical'.

Sausage Party

I had been wanting to see this movie since I was fourteen. I managed to order it on DVD with my parents' permission, and I finally watched it.
It is a good movie, with a good story, and good characters. It is funny in places, although the swearing does get in the way of the humour.
There are good jokes about food: 'How do you like them APPLES?', 'Spill the BEANS!', and 'Okay, so---did someone say QUESO?' and 'You MUSTARD the strength to KETCHUP to me!' As you might know, these jokes are all said by the villain.
As a mature English teenager, I wouldn't count films with swearing, sex and drugs a comedy. It gets a little too much, and at some point, you might feel like you have had enough. But that doesn't stop me from making this movie one of my favourites in my collection.

Thor: Ragnarok

I saw this movie on Thursday 2nd November, because I found out it had great reviews. Let me tell you: I am not a huge fan of all Marvel films, but this film really put a smile on my face! I couldn't get to see it again sadly, but I wanted to share my opinion about it on this site.
I couldn't be bothered to understand what the film was about, but when watching it, it was easy for me to follow it.
There was a lot of humour than expected for a Marvel film, and a lot of fun action sequences, like the final fight scene, which really tops the dull underwater sequence in the last Pirates Of The Caribbean film.
This is the only Marvel film I will ever like - it's more entertaining than you'll expect!

Paddington 2
Paddington 2(2018)

I had seen the first one loads of times and loved it, but oh boy I had seen this sequel four times now and it never ceases to amaze me! It may be a bit perilous for younger kids, but Paul King and one of my favourite Horrible Histories actors Simon Farnaby had given me and the audience a real treat this winter.
Even if you don't like Paddington, just BEAR it, you'll be fine!

Thomas & Friends: The Great Race

This is a wonderful well-animated special with catchy songs, humour and a perfect story with perfect dialogue. My personal favourite musical number is Diesel's 'I'm Full Of Surprises'.
I know I am only fifteen years old, but I have to say, as I used to love Thomas The Tank Engine when I was young, I saw this film on YouTube, and thought I'd get the DVD of this movie.
I used to once watch the old CGI specials, and I thought they were pretty slow. Since this one came out, I knew that the animation became clean, the voices were getting better and better, and the whole Thomas & Friends franchise was starting to become more modern. It really tops the previous specials, which I never want to see again now - like Tale Of The Brave, or Day Of The Diesels.
The Great Race is great for those who are young and old but still Thomas fans at heart, because it really is a GREAT race!
Don't delay - let your kid see this film today!

A Million Ways to Die in the West

Critics buy yourself a good sense of humour and really check this out!
I respect all your opinions, but this movie is absolutely brilliant. It's got humour, heart breaking moments, and it can really teach you about the old west. Don't get me wrong, Ted is also a good movie too, but I just like the fact that it's a movie about a cowardly cowboy who recently broke up with his girlfriend and decides to leave the frontier, until he learns to find his courage.
Believe me, it may not leave you going 'Yee-ha', but give it a shot. It can also give you teenagers a lesson about how everyone used to die in the west, and give you lots of good laughs at the same time.
So don't hesitate to watch this movie, or Clinch Leatherwood might hunt you down and dance on your grave!

Logan Lucky
Logan Lucky(2017)

LOGAN UNLUCKY.
I remember watching this in September and that me and my friend got absolutely bored by it. I expected more than just wooden acting, quiet dialogue and confusing humour. We did chuckle at one moment - but apart from that, let's just say it's a no from me.

Olaf's Frozen Adventure

I don't know why this film has so many hate. Sure, it's twenty minutes long, and everything happens too quickly, but in my opinion, it works with the franchise. I saw this short at Picturedrome Cinema before the original Frozen attraction showed up, which not everybody was happy about.
This short doesn't disappoint me, but it just could have been better.