i grant it was a bit overly-simple ... aaaand predictable ... but it was well made .. well acted. At least on Clooney's part. The story mostly makes sense, with the walk-through-the-street bit being hard to believe, everything else was pretty solid. Just, not *exceptional*.Money Monster was entertaining but was pretty damn stupid.
Yea up to the 4th episode and it's pretty good.Britannia 7/10
Amazon original. Historical fiction about the Romans vs Celts in 43AD. It shook me for a loop when mysticism/magic are real in the shows historical fiction setting but I got use to it, they aren't casting fireball or magic missles but things like prophecies and mind control happen.
Yea you saw indications but until the ending..Cloverfield Paradox - 7.5/10
It's science fantasy more than real hard SF, a mix of Gravity and Event Horizon that was entertaining to me. There are many "unrealistic" events (the fantasy consequences of the event) but only one glaring plot holethe alternate universe woman had no way to know about the 3D-printed gun that was in a safe. It didn't exist until after the event, it was not in their semi-shared past
Some of the negative reviews claim the connection to Cloverfield was tacked on at the end, but if you're paying attention there are a few references throughout (the "crazy" book author, the events around the husband). The nods were apparently too subtle for some viewers.
I actually really liked Signs, but I do think a number of things could have been better-executed. It was a good movie that could have been a great movie.Signs. It stars Mel Gibson. Last time I seen the movie was way back in circa 2003. Just saw it again last night. I think it was on AMC. Seeing it again I give it a 6/10. Alright movie, plot kinda sucks and the message. Creepy though.
I liked the Village because I was late seeing it & was warned about it in advance (it was advertised as a scary movie & it was not, so I went in with the right mindset & wasn't let down that it wasn't a horror movie).it's been a while since I've seen it but I was always a sucker for signs. I even liked the village