Movies I’ve Seen – May/June 2015   1 comment

I only saw two movies in May, but they were worth it.

May 2015

1. Avengers: Age of Ultron – The sequel to 2012’s biggest comic book movie with Iron-Man, Thor, The Hulk, Black Widow, Hawkeye, and Captain America sharing the screen together to fight Loki and the invading Chitauri.

This time, they are fighting Iron-Man’s own creation, Ultron, who went rogue after gaining intelligence with the help of Loki’s scepter which housed one of the Infinity gems. Overall, it’s a great movie. Not too long. Part of me feels this is just a filler movie and it’s purpose is to set up the story for Captain America: Civil War.

2. Pitch Perfect 2 – Another sequel movie. Three years have passed since the first film and the Bardem Bellas have made a fool of themselves on stage, forcing the school to ban their acapella group. They had to win their status back by competing in the acapella world championships (something like that).

June 2015

1. Insidious Chapter 3 – Scary movie. This one is a prequel and happens before the first film. I really hate most of the evening crowd. A bunch of teens being noisy and shit.

2. The Expendables 3 (2014) – I didn’t watch this in theaters last year. It was on TV so I finally saw it. They are after some bad guys again and one of them gets hurt, prompting Stallone’s character to hire some new and much younger blood. That’s about it.

3. The Other Woman (2014) – Jaime Lannister took a break from Westeros and got married in this modern setting, only to cheat on his wife with multiple women. His wife befriends two of them and they take revenge.

4. Gone Girl (2014) – This was a really good movie. A famous daughter of an author disappears. The husband is the prime suspect, but he says he has no idea what happened to her.

5. Inside Out – Pixar’s latest film. They’ve finally done it. After years of making the audience get emotional about toys, bugs, cars, robots, monsters and fish, they are going to make you emotional about emotions.

6. Ted 2 – It wasn’t as successful as the first movie, but this sequel didn’t pull any punches when it comes to jokes. The past few years has seen comedians and liberals censoring themselves (an oxymoron, sort of). Ted 2 wasn’t having any of it.

I’m done.

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One response to “Movies I’ve Seen – May/June 2015

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  1. Not gonna lie, I’ll be happy when this whole comic-book trend dies down haha. There’s way too much of it now with TV shows and movies. It’s getting boring, in my opinion. :-\

    I’ll probably watch Gone Girl tomorrow.

    The Other Woman… grrr, Cameron Diaz annoys the everliving shit out of me in every movie she’s been in haha, so it was a test of my patience to see that movie in its entirety. It was alright, but it could definitely have done without Diaz and Minaj.

    Inside Out looks cute. Maybe next weekend, since I doubt I’ll have plans, maybe I’ll see it.

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