From, like a year of watching movies.
Cute. Great for kids, and perfectly tolerable for adults. Goes kind of where you expect it to.
Lots of fun, good laughs, incredibly cute. Been on my shelf for a year, glad I finally opened it.
Good Disney movie. Not so great Pixar movie. If you have a daughter, she should probably watch it.
Rise of the Guardians
Surprisingly good. Figured it would be a ho-hum holiday piece, but had some nice darkness and a good kid's tale.
I can't say it sucked... but it wasn't good. Give Hathaway her Oscar though. Shame, cuz I love the musical.
Stories We Tell
Lovely bit of documentary film-making about family secrets from Sarah Polley, who just continues to impress as a director. See also: Take This Waltz, which I think reviewed last year.
No, seriously, it was good. Total fluff, but enjoyable fluff. Also, Anna Kendrick.
Your Sister's Sister
Touching look at grief and love and family and conflict... at a cottage.
The Cabin in the Woods
C'mon, you know this is good already. But it really does need the Cabin in the Woods song from Evil Dead: The Musical.
21 Jump Street
Did I do this one already? Plenty fun. Needs more Offerman.
I like Wes Anderson films more with every new one. This apparently makes me backwards.
It's Spielberg, and it's REALLY good.
Dear sweet baby jeebus, please give me back my time wasted on this crap.
Snow White and the Huntsman
Better than I thought. Very pretty. Not as good as...
Yes, the Julia Roberts one - horribly advertised. Much better than expected. Darkly comic, sometimes just dark.
Rock of Ages
Crap, crap, crap.
Seeking a Friend for the End of the World
Very nice. I do like unavoidable doomsday pieces. That English chick was good.
The Amazing Spider-Man
Not as good as the 2nd one. Or maybe the 1st. Better than the 3rd.
The Dark Knight Rises
Shut up about the gigantic plot holes and nonsense. This was a great film.
WOOOHOO!! FUN FUN FUN! HULK SMASH! WITTY WHEDON-LINERS!
Umm.. Bike couriers in NYC. Basically urban bike stunt porn. Still, fun way to kill time on the airplane.
2 Days in New York
I liked it more than 2 Days in Paris. Delpy is always fun, and it's always good to see Chris Rock try drama, although some stuff didn't work.
The blonde from Don't Trust the B... (Dreama Walker) stars in the basically verbatim retelling of that time some creep called a McDonald's and made them do terrible things to an employee. All kinds of uncomfortable, which is the point.
Great movie until the last 20 minutes or so where Affleck totally Hollywood's the story into crap. Also, Canadian arguments about historical veracity. Also also, no Grey Cup champions.
Basically a master class in makeup and character acting. There's a reason the critics love this, but it won't be nominated for any Oscars because the Academy sucks.
BONDY! Sooooo bondy. Loved it. First time I liked Craig as Bond. Then again, I skipped the Quantum of Solace, so maybe he was great in that.
That covers most of 'em. Except for the ones I forgot.