TL;DR Movie Reviews October-December 2013   2 comments

  1. Ender’s Game – Where other movies end after humans beat an alien invasion, this book adaptation explores what the world did to prepare for future attacks. Harrison Ford says “GET OFF MY PLANET!!!”
  2. Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa – An actual movie with a plot. Involves people as extras, unaware that they are filmed. Less crude than Borat. Heartfelt movie.
  3. Thor: The Dark World – The banter between Thor, Loki, Natalie Portman and one of Two Broke Girls actress were much more interesting than the villain: some platinum blond space-pirate alien elf race. Another tease of Marvel’s “Phase 3” in movies.
  4. The Hunger Games: Catching Fire – Didn’t read the book, so I’m glad when readers told me that it’s as close as a perfect adaptation of the book. More drama and plot development. Still hungry.
  5. The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug – Don’t care if Benedict Cumberbatch voiced Smaug. The script for this sequel is probably longer than the entire The Hobbit novel.
  6. The Secret Life of Walter Mitty – Daydreamer wakes up and goes on an adventure. One of the reasons why I don’t read critic reviews is because I would have skipped this wonderful, uplifting movie. I recommend.

Not sure if I’ll be watching any other movies before the end of the year. Until next time.

I’m done.

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2 responses to “TL;DR Movie Reviews October-December 2013

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  1. glad to hear walter mitty was good. I might have to go see it tomorrow.

    I really enjoyed the hunger games movie. I think the movie may actually be better than the book!

    PS – there is a huge roach on the wall in my bedroom. wtf? where did it come from? it is creeping ME OUT. (shivers)

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