Recent Movie Reviews

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Downton Abbey: A New Era Monday, May 23, 06:08:14 PM

It was perfect. So engaging and captivating. Wonderful actors and storyline. I hope he makes another one!

Firestarter Monday, May 23, 03:05:07 PM

I may only be a mere twisted animator, but I didn't like this.

The Batman Monday, May 23, 12:58:21 PM

Unbelievably boring and dull. Pattinson completely non-credible in thia role. Shoulda gone team Jacob instead.

Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness Monday, May 23, 11:39:04 AM

Horrible! Bloody violence: unnecessary killings. EVIL!

Downton Abbey: A New Era Monday, May 23, 09:17:14 AM

O.M.G. The acting is so powerful & will reach you. So good, will see it again for sure. Great story, funny, sad and a lot of guessing. Real entertainment takes you back in time , good vocabulary, good manners, shows respect for each other all about family. BRING TISSUES!

Downton Abbey: A New Era Monday, May 23, 07:04:15 AM

The movie was a long awaited delight. It was so nice to see the family and staff back . The sets and costumes were top notch. The two storylines were seamlessly entwined and the film kept my attention for the entire two hours. I look forward to future films with the cast. I found this film more entertaining than the first film.

Everything Everywhere All At Once Monday, May 23, 04:36:55 AM

The star studded cast is mind blowing. This absurd but thought provoking movie had all the things. Complex family relationships, ridiculous humour and a complex multiverse concept that had you at the edge of your seat for hours. It’s in my top three movies ever. I don’t know if you can hate it and be my friend.

Everything Everywhere All At Once Monday, May 23, 01:16:19 AM

Great rapid emotional and unique

The Shooting Monday, May 23, 01:05:09 AM

Not much of a plot

2000 Mules Monday, May 23, 01:00:53 AM

Someone once said, "Tell me where you sit before you tell me where you stand." Well, where I sit is, I'm a conservative Republican. And where I stand is, after seeing this documentary, it's even more clear to me that America, morally speaking, is a mere shell of its former self. There now appears to be indisputable evidence that election fraud occurred on a massive scale in 2020, and that if the powers that be decided to prosecute those who engaged in it (we actually know who many, many of them are), hundreds would undoubtedly go to prison. However, though I believe that their actions swung the election in Biden's favor, I don't believe that sufficient evidence exists to prove that in a court of law. This is a crucial time in our history, and Americans of every political persuasion should recognize that, if we don't let our voices be heard loud and clear on this issue, we will indeed lose this most precious of democracies, and sooner rather than later.