My Favorite (And Least Favorite) Movies
I’m not too picky when it comes to movies. But when I do get picky, I get picky. I know that some of these movies are the favorite movies of fanboys and fangirls (I’m not even going to include Barbie movies) but it’s my opinion.
My Least Favorite Movies (Including TV Shows)
- Star Trek, The Wrath of Khan
No, I don’t mean Star Trek Into Darkness. I mean the one with Ricardo Monatalban and William Shatner. The reason I probably didn’t like this one was because of the way you could see the strings as the worms were going into everyone’s ears. It had a TV-show- like script and even got a 90% Rotten Tomatoes rating (props to you) but I didn’t really see the fascination.
- The Muppets
I never really like the Jim Henson’s Muppets anyway. But then they had to cast Any Adams and the whole thing went completely down-hill. Besides, it didn’t really have a good story to begin with.
- Star Trek, The Original Series
It all seemed fake. I like good special effects and it was good for it’s time. But what really threw me off the whole series was when you close in on William Shatner’s face you can see the guy-liner.
The Movies I Had High Hopes For
- Pacific Rim
When my brother and father came home after watching Pacific Rim in the movie theater they said it was the best movie ever. When I watched it, I couldn’t really see how fighting Kaiju in a Hunter suit (German translation is Jaeger. Which they dubbed them in the movie) and making property damages to the max. I don’t really care about Transformers fighting Godzilla (Micheal Bay, if you make that into a movie I’ll kill you).
The Disney movie that I liked at first and then decided that it was another Disney chick flick. Even if it did have Chuck.
- The Man Of Steel
I had high hopes for this. Maybe Amy Adams will be good in this movie. Maybe Micheal Shannon can take on the role of Zod. Maybe, just maybe, the guy they chose to play Superman can still be good. It was not to be. Except for maybe the Zod bit and the fact that Jor-El is Russel Crowe.
The Surprisingly Good Movies
- Rise Of The Guardians
This movie, for Dreamworks, was surprisingly funny movie that me, as a tween, enjoys. Sure, it’s a little sugar-coated but it has Jude Law, Chris Pine, Hugh Jackman, and the Sandman has no voice.
- The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey
Yes, there is a lot of stuff that doesn’t tie into the book. Like the fact that there’s going to be three movies instead of one and the scene where Bilbo meets the elves. But all in all it was good.
- Shrek 4
I was more than a little skeptical after Shrek 3. Not only was this the second best movie of the series but my brother also watched it for the first time while finishing NeoQuest 2 on Neopets.com.
My Favorite Movies (Including TV Shows)
- Star Trek Into Darkness
This movie is the best Star Trek movie ever. It has awesome animation and it’s just plain awesome. Especially in theaters.
- The Avengers
There is no question as to what Marvel movie is the best. We have Captain America, Iron Man, Hulk, Hawkeye (I enjoyed all twelve minutes that you were in the movie, dude) and, who can forget, Thor. I watched this in the movie theater and I loved every minute of it (except for Coulson’s death 😦 ).
- Captain America
This was a great movie. I was, at first, skeptical about Chris Evans playing the iconic comic book character because there was only one movie I’d seen him in, Fantastic Four. All in all I’d give it 4 out of 5 stars.
Liam Neeson stars in this awesome thriller that I would recommend to anyone 14+.
- Sixth Sense
Second. Best. Movie. Ever. “I see dead people.” How many people can say that in a movie and people will like it? I loved this movie, ‘specially the ending where *SPOILER ALERT DO NOT GO ANY FURTHER UNLESS YOU’VE WATCHED THE MOVIE*………. It’s a surprise (yes, I know you people that actually want to read spoilers) go watch the movie and you’ll see.
And that’s about it. Bless your face. If you sneezed during this post, bless you! Peace out! Boop!