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  1. Holy crap, didn't realize that was Bee from The Babysitter! I fucking want this movie even more!
  2. Superman IV: The Quest for Peace: Superman tells the nations of the world, "No more bombs" and then there are no more bombs. Superman uses the roofie kiss, burns Lois Lane's roast, and dates two women at once. True, Superman III Superman does more dickish things but those are under the influence. This is much more hardcore Superman is a Dick territory to me. The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe: The 70s animated version. Voice acting is hammy, the animation is choppy, yet it will always hit a nostalgia cord for me! Showgirls: My annual viewing. Watched it with friends this year so good for me. Films: 77 MST3K/Rifftrax Assisted: 2
  3. X-Men was my first fandom so yeah, count me in!
  4. Always Be My Maybe: Cute little movie. It's nice to see more films starring POC, especially when they can still be more than a "We could have cast a white actor but we cast a POC actor instead without changing any of the writing" affair. Good work. Also, I have more respect of Keanu Reeves and how he has handled his career and I will say nothing more. Set It Up: I have a ton more respect for Executive Assistants than I already had and I had quite a bit. Also, I like Pete Davidson a bit more now. Take Me Home Tonight: Your movie is called Take Me Home Tonight. You had one job: feature the song. You couldn't even do that! Oh, and the movie is alright but nothing special. Honestly, Anna Farris is pretty good in it but it's super awkward watching her and Chris Pratt break up in the movie when you know they were about two or three years from it happening in real life. Films: 74 MST3K/Rifftrax Assisted: 2
  5. It definitely does not get the respect and credit it deserves!
  6. Batman vs TMNT: Was not expecting this to be so delightful. Halloween (2018): Judy Greer should be in every horror movie. All in all, I had a good time and it was worth watching. Repo: The Genetic Opera: It's not a perfect movie but when you're drunk and you want a combination of horror and rock music. Films: 71 MST3K/Rifftrax Assisted: 2
  7. dc20willsave

    DC reboot

    Tom King is writing a Batman/Catwoman series when his current run on Batman ends. I'll pick up the first issue cautiously. The romance was my favorite part of the book but I'm still tired of King's writing.
  8. The Perfection: I'm not sure how I completely feel about this movie. It wasn't bad. It had some interesting body horror and some interesting twists but there are moments it felt like they threw everything at the wall to see what sticks. Legally Blonde: Reese Witherspoon is phenomenal. A less charismatic star could have tanked the film but as is, this is great. Zombieland: Everyone is pretty cool in the film. It's a fun horror comedy. Films: 68 MST3K/Rifftrax Assisted: 2
  9. Bring It On: Not a bad movie but it's fun enough. Detective Pikachu: I had a lot of fun. I saw the big twist coming early but I still had a good time! Films: 65 MST3K/Rifftrax Assisted: 2
  10. Chris Rock is now rebooting Saw because sure, why the fuck not?
  11. Suspiria: The 2018 remake. I'm still not sure how I feel. It's definitely a good example of how to do a remake: Taking the general idea of the original film and making it into your own work. I think I loved it though it felt like they could have cut about 10-20 minutes in there. Also, Tilda Swinton should have totally gotten a nomination for her work here playing three different characters. Hell, the Make-up itself deserved a nomination. The Losers: Dumb fun. Chris Evans is good in nearly anything. Veronica Mars: Getting ready for season 4. It works. The Stepford Wives: Everyone here knows I love bad movies. This is one of those movies that are bad that I can't bring myself to love or even like but I still find myself watching every so often. I don't get it either. Films: 63 MST3K/Rifftrax Assisted: 2
  12. And they used what was my favorite of the adult chapters when I read the book for the trailer and sold me on it.
  13. If one actor is the best one to use to cover The Two Towers, it's this one. Other than that, Rise of the Planet of the Apes is a great performance. Topsy-Turvy is a good choice for a live-action performance.