FernGully: The Last Rainforest
I re-watched this movie a while ago and now I'm obsessed with it. It's magnificent and it's got great morals.
Although I still have the psychological trauma it gave me as a child. Poor Batty....
Captain America: The First Avenger
This was a pretty cool movie! Not as epic as The Avengers or the Iron Man movies, imo, but still cool! I thought that Captain America rescuing a bunch of imprisoned soldiers all by himself was sweet. I also felt bad for him whenPoor guy. 8/10. :)
Iron Man is still the best super hero ever, imo. <3
This came very close to becoming my favourite Tim Burton film since Ed Wood...until the final five minutes or so. The animation was delightful, as was the voice work (Martin Short and the kid who voiced Edgar were particularly good in their roles). I loved all of the "evil" undead pets, even if they didn't get a whole lot to do, particularly how each of them spoofed a classic movie monster (and of course it was really neat how the Japanese kid got the pet who became a daikaiju). But ugh, that ending...it did leave kind of a bad taste in my mouth.
All in all, I went out of it preferring Corpse Bride. But it's still one of Tim Burton's better movies.
Just wish I could rewrite that ending.
It's a movie I watch yearly around this time, and honestly I never get sick of it. The plots pretty basic, with these three witches called the Sanderson sisters returning from the grave and wrecking havoc upon the poor town of Salem. But even with a basic plot it's the characters that real bring this move to life and making it exciting for me to watch yearly. So I give it a 10/10. :P
The Big Boss
Bruce Lee will always be remembered as the greatest Martial Arts Master this one proves it
It had Charlize Theron, and from watching some trailers, a LONG time ago, I thought it was a comedy, but there is drama in here, and the main character has some real psychological issues. It had no real humor in it, and I don't really like pure drama, but I thought it was a decent movie.
I claimed Leavanny!
I claimed Albert Wesker!
I claimed Ghirahim!
I guess web movies count? The last "movie" I watched was Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog. Let me just say that it was wonderful! The songs were great and funny (and sometimes a bit heartbreaking) and the characters were for the most part very fun. The ending was rather sad, but luckily a sequel is in the works and it is not the end of Dr. Horrible's reign.
9/10. Penny was a bit too MacGuffin-y, but otherwise it was a great little film.
Galaxy Express Eternal Fantasy
Stellar animation, continuation after 15+ years of hiatus in the Galaxy Express series, and a great plot to drive the characters along saving the universe.
BUT IT'S ONLY AN HOUR LONG :x
8/10 (due to how short of a teaser tie-in it was for the next series)
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The Corpse Bride.
I much enjoyed how it was the world of the living that was colorless, and the world of the dead was pretty colorful.
Way of The Dragon
B.Lee shines again in this one
The Addams Family
God, this film. I love it to bits. It's just so morbid, and the characters are just ... Effin' brilliant. It helps that it's a real classic, and the whole idea is just superb. Wednesday is genius.
Scott Pilgrim vs. The World
Its combat video game style worked well to add action, comedy and awesome visuals to a love story. I particularly liked the fight with the Twins.