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Zombieland: Double Tap (2019) 3/10
It sucked! I wanted to punch Jessie Esisenberg in the face so many times during this film It lacked any of the charm of the original. The cast couldn't be bothered and the jokes were so lame and forced. Rather than stick to what worked about the first film they just threw stuff at the screen and tried being way too clever.
Superbad (2007) 8/10
Enjoyable coming-of-age film. I first thought it would be an American Pie rip-off, but it’s actually so much more than that. A bit boring around the middle part of the film, but other than that, this was a solid movie.
Little Monsters (2019) 8/10
Just saw this at a mystery film screening and what a gem it is. Its a horror comedy which takes an unexpected turn in the middle. There's a really dark and absurdist feel to it which really appealed to me. But it has a real charm to it too. Alexander England is a classic dumbo, but in an entertaining way and wins you over by the end of the film. Lupita Nyong'o is delightful too.
1) "Dead Triggers" 6/10 and 2) "The Death And Return Of Superman" (Animated) 8/10 (My Halloween movie fest)
1) Dead Triggers" Dolf Lundgren leads an elite team of Army zombie killers. That says just about all you need to know about this dozen dollar movie classic.
2) Combines the animated movies, "Death Of Superman." and "Reign Of The Supermen" in one presentation, just under 3 hours. Good animation and pretty faithful to the three DC Superman comic book arcs. "Death," "Reign," and "Return." (I watched this one because my grandson came over after trick or treating and offered to share his M&M's)
This is my favourite of this trilogy (Rise/Dawn/War). Ceasar has evolved into a fantastic character, caught between the home he has built for himself and his family and his desire to help and maintain peace with the humans he once loved. I love Jason Clarke's character and his friendship/connection with Ceasar. The other supporting characters are all well-written and don't feel shallow or like caricatures. Koba is a great villain. And it'a just a really well-made film, great direction, very well paced, terrifying but brilliant action sequences and a solid ending. Really love this film.