There isn't a lot of new information in this doc, but still worth the watch for the amazing footage. I am so jealous of those shark interactions. Absolutely breathtaking!
It was like an uplifting version of the Six Feet Under finale. More than I expected from this show. It was a perfect ending!
I couldn’t stop laughing at the results of the challenge and the twist thereafter. The producers are fools for that one. So funny!
One more for this year:https://trakt.tv/movies/how-to-train-your-dragon-homecoming-2019
PS, it doesn't look like the two I suggested last year were added. Just saying. =)
Thanks again! Love this list!
Absolutely stunning! I appreciate that the BBC Earth folks do not stray away from showing the brutality of nature. They strike a good balance. Some of the shots in this episode were straight up breathtaking. I will continue to watch everything they make. Looking forward to watching the rest of the series.
I was feeling about to give up on season two. The stories weren’t terrible but they were mostly human. They’ve been primarily based on things that could happen. Not a ton of supernatural fun to be found. Then this episode popped up. So much fun! This is exactly what I was hoping for from Tales From The Crypt. Not too mention, it was hilarious. “I’m making an asshole casserole!”
Decent episode. I haven’t been loving season two thus far, but Patricia Arquette = :fire::star_struck:
I really don’t like how the US version ends episodes on these unnecessary cliffhangers. They literally promo’d the recoupling for this episode. To cut it off at the recoupling is bullshit. The UK version never does that. It’s one of the things that made me love the original. They did it once early on in the season as well, but this one felt so cheap. The announcer even commented on it. I hope they stop doing that. I won’t hold my breath though.
I'm not a big reality TV person, but I saw the first few episodes of season 1 and quickly binged the first three seasons within a couple weeks. I'm hooked! I don't know what it is about this show, but it got it hooks in me for sure. It's a lot of fun!
The production isn't great, but if this is a classic album for you, there is a lot in this doc that you will enjoy. There is some real fun insight into the making of some great songs. I immediately sought out and purchased the vinyl after watching. Took me right back to high school.
Here's a couple that I noticed weren't on the list:https://trakt.tv/movies/eloise-at-christmastime-2003https://trakt.tv/movies/emmet-otter-s-jug-band-christmas-1977
Thanks again for the great work!
Love this list! Thanks for keeping it updated. I love hitting random on here and watching dumb holiday movies in December. Thanks again!
This is a good little Horror flick. There isn't anything too original, but it's executed well. It has a good tone, and even though the story is familiar, it brought me in and I genuinely wanted to know what happened next. All said, it was pretty easy to predict where things were going, nevertheless it was a fun watch.
I understand why this would have been appealing at the time of release. It's a bizarre and imaginative world filled with mystery, but this was impenetrable for me. It was very creative and many of the shows unanswered questions showed promise, but I don't think it did a good job on paying off on any of them. It's possible that I'm completely dense and missed much of what the show was trying to say, but the bigger issue here is that the show never convinced me to care. It setup a very interesting premise, and then kind of slogged through 17 episodes. To me it felt like a precursor to a show like "Lost", but it just never sank it hooks into me the way that show did. I appreciate what it was trying to do, but it was a joyless watch.
I went into this thinking "not another chess movie", but it won me over completely. I'm a bit bias, because I love films about Maori culture, but even excluding that, this film shouldn't be written off as just another underdog chess movie. It was the backdrop to this story of family and community. I loved it! Cliff Curtis was great and it was a pleasure seeing James Rolleston all grown up from his role in Boy. I really liked this movie!
The Incredibles 2 is due to be added here. Thanks!
I was really enjoying this movie, but that last scene was horrible! I was going to give this an 8, but the last 10 seconds of the movie dropped it a whole star for me.
I've gotta watch more movies with Chadwick Boseman. This movie was very good, but it was really him that drew me in.
This movie is obviously terrible, but it is so enjoyable that I have to rate it high.
Coco needs to be added here. Thank you for building this list!
One of the best episodes. I laughed hysterically throughout! The jokes were relentless!
The commentary on the blu ray was very cool! Lots of interesting anecdotes.
I just caught this randomly on Amazon Prime. I'm familiar with Taika's recent work, but had missed this one. It's a gem!! I loved this movie. Funny, sweet and an all-around good time.
Schmaltzy, but good family fun.
It's well made, but I've been spoiled by the gorgeous work that BBC Earth is doing now. It was a little hard to fully invest with the huge drop in video quality. That said, it still has some style and the information doesn't seem to be too dated. It's an interesting watch as a huge BBC Earth fan.
I watched this series originally many years ago. I just finished rewatching the entire series with my fiancee and it was every bit as good the second time around. This episode is the best episode of television I have ever seen. I'm not usually compelled to cry during movies and TV shows, but this finale has gotten me twice. It's just so damn beautiful. I love the entirety of this show, but this finale solidifies Six Feet under as my favoritie show of all-time. Now I'm going to go listen to Sia - Breathe Me on repeat as I mourn Six Feet Under for a second time.
I really enjoyed this. I had minor gripes. The fade-to-black moments were very distracting. The ending as a whole, I didn't care for. I can put all that aside, because I really connected with the characters in this film. I felt their desperation and their compassion. Even the supporting characters were strong. There are a lot of good moments in this one. It's definitely worth a watch.
Side note: Hayley Squires, who plays Katie, totally reminds me of a British Mila Kunis. Couldn't shake that association throughout the whole film.
I thought this movie was really fun. I like shark movies, but they are all very similar. I thought this one differentiated itself enough from the pack to recommend this to anyone that's interested.
I loved this movie as a kid! I just noticed now, that the monster on the poster art looks nothing like the monster in the movie. So weird that both this movie and poster art are ingrained in my memory, but I never noticed that difference. Just rewatched it after many years and it still a super fun monster movie.
That episode was so tense! Masterfully done. I was more on the edge of my seat in that episode than any thriller I've seen lately. Probably the best episode of this show so far. Loved it!