Hahaha a triplet that doesn't get reconized by the facial recognition camera. How do they come up with these stories? I liked this one.
Didn't know what I watched. It was something, but I didn't enjoy it. It was too random at points and things that happened didn't always have a payout in the end. So Wouldn't watch this again and wouldn't even recommend this to people to watch this for free. It's an hour and 10 minutes you will never get back. Better luck next time for the director.
Very interesting to watch and alarming to see that the level of consuming is only getting higher and higher. Eventhough I would not recommend everyone doing minimalism right now (otherwise the economy will collapse big time (or maybe that is what we do need)) I would recommend everyone getting out of debt and stop spending money they don't have on stuff.
This documentary isn't that long so if you have that big void in your life that you try to fill with buying the latest gadgets and you have an hour to kill I would recommend watching this documentary. Maybe it will improve your life after doing what they do. Disclaimer: Minimalism in this documentary isn't about using as less stuff as possible, but just owning the stuff you use almost daily (or atleast once in 3 weeks) so that stuff actually add value to your life and start making you happy :grin:
Don't know what the budget was on this movie, but it was very low and it was very bad :joy:
I liked it. At some point in the movie I figured out how the flow was going (still no idea how it actually works, but like they told in the movie "Don't try to explain") and started for looking for some clues that later in the movie came back. It was a very fun movie and sure it takes some time to get into. It can be very confusing if you miss some part, because the movie is going very fast. That was my con about this movie. For a 2,5 hour long movie this movie is going to fast sometimes. I wished they took more time for several scenes so that they could give some more impact or let me sink everything in.
Also very nice cast and great acting work.
DRAMA! I'm glad Tom Colicchio did something.
I love how we never saw Maris, but she's quite the character.
This episode is always hard to watch. Very good episode, so sad :cry:
I liked the movie. Story was pretty nice and the acting was good. For some reason I like these kind of movies with the twist you didn't expect when the movie started
It's an ok horror movie, but sadly the horror was quite underwhelming. I got pretty confused by the twist and would love to actually have more information to solve this mystery myself first. The twist in my opinion was too rushed.
It was ok. Nothing special story-wise, but some nice action scenes. In some movie theaters the movie is running 120FPS. Maybe nice to see it as an experiment on how 120FPS movies will look like, but also ok if you want to watch something and nothing is on TV.
It was interesting. There were some things that didn't work that good in this movie though. The entire Nikki character was not needed (I mean what was her entire point???). The ending was brutal, but I think it can leave people wanting more, because it was not a closed end, which isn't that bad, but after spending that much time in this movie I would atleast have happy ending for atleast 1 character.
Great message in this episode and loved Sue in this one.
This movie is kind of a mess. I will spare everyone the long rant about the cheesy lines everyone seems to use in this movie. If the movie is purely in the category romance than ok I get it, but the drama in this movie is just lame and unneeded. For some reason the mother and (old) boyfriend of Tessa are so mad at her that they both forgive her in different scenes in all 3 minutes of the movie. I mean come on, they could have done so much more. Long story short the movie is only focussing on Tessa and Hardin, but could have been so much more
Rating: 3/10 would not recommend
Also who thought the following scenario would be believable: "Him: My dad did very bad things and we had the trouble when I was younger. Her: Ok, let's have sex."
R.I.P. Luke Perry
It was a solid, fun "Baantjer" movie untill some point in the movie. Don't know exactly when, but things started to go downhill. The ending feels rushed, but overall a fun and good experience. The acting was very good in this movie.
The movie wasn't that bad. It was actually pretty enjoyable. There were some moments that you would describe as "stupid" or "Come on" moments like when a ghost burns your arms it's not imaginary anymore. So I don't get why everyone says "it was just my imagination". Yes it has alot of jumpscares, which I think are pretty cheap scares for an horror film and don't always make a horror movie good, but I liked the store. I am wondering if this is now part of the Conjuring Universe. It didn't had the special opening like The Nun had, but there were some references to Annabelle.
I liked this episode alot. This episode is the episodes that describes why I like this serie. The bad guy is not just a bad guy, but he has a valid reason to do what he does. Even the "good" guys agree with him in this episode so they work together (which already was a nice thing to see). I hope the serie will continue with these quality of episodes and than this could become one of my favourite series!
Gordon Ramsay in Masterchef Australia is like the bigest crossover on TV since the Power Rangers had a crossover with the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
I liked this movie alot. It's not the best horror out there, but it has a unique story. Only the movie tries to explain the story, but I think they shouldn't, it only makes the story more vague. I would recommend this movie for a horror night.
It's an interesting movie to watch, but it doesn't really stand out between all the other good horror movies that came out recently. This movie wasn't bad, the cast was good, but sadly the movie was predictable which sadly was a minus in my opinion.
Would recommend for a horror night.
"Bad dad, bad dad, what you gonna do..."
Incredible that after 19 years the Unbreakble triology has ended. A dark, but enjoyable Superhero movie. We had the Unbreakable (2000) origin story, the Split (2017) origin story and now the ending with a focus on Mr Glass.
I think (i'm not sure) James McAvoy got way more screen time than the rest, but could you blame them? He plays the multi parts really good and it was enjoyable to see him on screen with his personas from Split once again. Doesn't take away that everyone did a great job as well.
These 3 movies shows us that superhero movies don't have to resolve about action, explosions and a happy ending. The movie had some good twists.
I like the experiment, but sadly not what I was hoping for. I did have a feeling that it was one big story (Because going back to some moment gave me different options, like getting the toy rabbit from Dad), but it would be better if this would be like a Telltale game. Just 1 story where your actions actually make a different ending.
I have to say it did have some Black Mirror special sauce on it, which I like. Story was good and had some really "Black Mirror" moments.
Better luck next try. Looking forward to the normal Black Mirror episodes next year.
Eventhough I didn't really like the 7th season it has it's moments. My favorite episode was episode 4. This episode however was a very beautiful ending of Once Upon A Time and finally the deserved ending of Belle and Rumple set up in episode 4. This season finale was way better than the "final battle" we got in season 6.
Besides the action and the visuals there isn't that much to see here. The characters besides Tom Hardy feel bland and don't really add something to the movie. I have no idea if there should be a romance between Anne and Eddie, but atleast it wasn't in this movie. Female Venom was fun to see though.
The movie has some nice visuals, some good action scenes and some comic moments, but overal it felt like a bland movie which I will forget really soon.
It's Rowan Atkinson so what more can I say? It was a funny movie with some really great "Mr. Bean" moments. The rest of the people were ok, nothing really super. Recommended when needed a comedy movie.
This was a very bad movie. There were some funny lines, like 2, but overall the movie fails to deliver. You can say that this movie is aimed for children, because this movie was all over the place and with the (what I assume) cameo of all the many YouTubers it felt it was targeting at a very specific audience that watch 10 minute videos. The movie is supposed to be a family/comedy, but with the bad 4th wall breaking (See Deadpool for some good 4th wall breaking) this feels like an awful structured YouTube video.
It's such a shame to see another bad Dutch movie in a row and I do know that some latest movies have a really good budget. Seeing the vehicles this movie uses you can't say they had a very low budget for this movie, but adding some cool cars to the movie doesn't make a movie the next Fast & Furious. I really hope that there will be some good Dutch movies in the future, showing the world (atleast Belgium) that we can make some solid movies.
In my eyes this movie was a huge waste of time and the line "Get a life" from the movie actually made me think during the movie.
I liked this episode alot. First episode was meh (didn't know what to expect), but this episode was hilarious. Gotta love Toni's scary voice and Amanda.
When you have nothing else to watch this could be a fun movie to watch. The only thing I really hated is that the trailer is not that bad. The trailer of this movie is actually interesting to see how this movie could have been. Sadly 50% of the trailer does not make it into the movie, and it's the good half of the trailer that got cut out of the movie. Disapointed..? yes.