Wednesday, April 10, 2013

The Host

Rated: PG-13 (some sensuality and violence)
This anticipated film was not all it was thought up to be. I think this is a rebox film, and you should wait to pay only one dollar. Don't waste your money. This film had VERY little action, and when it did, it was bloody ( for example: woman shot and blood sprays). The movie was really long, and I almost fell asleep during it. Hardly any kissing scenes, the strongest, not longest, being about 5 seconds long. The movie starts with Melane Strider jumping out of a window, in a suicide attempt. From that point, the movie progresses, with flash backs just about every ten minutes. It was very boring, and not thought up well. I say this is okay for ages 13 and up. 5 of 10*s

Tuesday, February 19, 2013

Beautiful Creatures

Rated: PG-13 for violence, scary images and some sexual material


The language at the beginning of this film was constant and strong, and the movie was just way too long and boring, and the darkness of the film was too much. None of the six of us enjoyed it! I cant believe it was so unlike the trailer, which makes the film awful. I thought it would be the new twilight- it turned out to be super boring! I don't recommend this witch "romance"- (strong) to anyone, even fans of the books. *4 of 10 thumbs up*

Sunday, February 10, 2013

Dorothy of oz

Dorothy of Oz is an upcoming film to be released mid 2013. The film starts of right as Dorothy returns home from Oz.She is then whisked back to Oz, to fight The wicked Witches brother- the jester. It is based upon the book by Roger S. Baum- L. Frank Baum's grandson, who IS still living:) I can't wait for this film, and I'll update on it soon, once more information is released!

Monday, January 21, 2013

The Impossible NEW TRAILER 2012 HD

The Impossible

Rated: PG-13 for intense realistic disaster sequences, including disturbing injury images, and brief nudity

This true story, is way different then what is seen on the trailer. in the tsunami, bodies are thrown and thrashed, dead things are shown, the mothers leg is ripped open, and people are struggling to breathe. Then another huge wave comes, and people are hit by debris, the mother hits a tree branch, causing the branch to go into her stomach, and her son's face is scratched up. This is more so emotional than Les Miserables, and more gory than any film I've seen! Dead animals, such as dogs and elephants lay dead. This family's survival is very emotional and uplifting. Though there is some brief nudity, twice, after a woman's shirt is ripped open by the branch, and is unexpected. The ending may be known as happy, but the fact of people who died stays with you, and takes from the happy ending. People of any  language or race end up helping each other, even a 3 year old from a different family pats the mothers head after she is injured. This film is sure to make anyone and everyone cry and everyone will be tuched by the theme of this film.
        *10 of 10 thumbs up*

 i think this film is Okay for ages 14 and up, because of the blood and mature tsumami scenes.

Sunday, December 30, 2012

Les Miserables

Rated: PG-13: suggestive and sexual material, violence, and thematic elements


   i recently saw this movie, and thought it was amazing! This film was also super sad and dramatic in many ways, it is hard not to cry. There is absolutely no talking, it is all just constant singing. This story is the story of  Jean Valjean, and how he dedicated his life to take care of  Cosette, the daughter of Fantine, a woman who was fired from her job and begins to become sick. He takes Fantine to a hospital, (spoiler!!!!!) where she dies in the bed, but before, she asked Jean to find her daughter and take care of her, after all, Jean in the Major, even though he started as a prisoner, number 24601. Cosette becomes rich, and falls in love with Marius, another rich man. Eponine is a woman who is poor, and loves Marius, although he dose not feel for her as she does for him. The French Revolution then comes- and so on( lives are lost, that sort of thing) This movie is a great movie.  i would give this  movie 10 of 10 thumbs up, and i think it's okay for ages 12 and up- due to many mature themes that are set in this depressing film.

Wednesday, December 26, 2012

Parental Guidance

 Rated: PG (of course) For some rude humor

 Well, yesterday was Christmas, and Les Miserables was a choice of three,but this film was chosen. This film was about two parents who are very strict and "new school" They try to be the best parents. One day, they leave their kids with their parents and are known to be "old school", who have a sense of humor, and are not as strict in parenting, come, and the kids see a whole more fun side of life.It has many life lessons hidden in the script. This movie was okay. It did  have a lot of laugh scenes, but what was disappointing, was that this was not a Christmas film. *9 of 10 thumbs up* I think this movie is okay for ages 8 and up. ( mostly from the creepy SAW scenes ;)