|32 30%||The Purge: Anarchy (2014) - Aug 18, 2019
"Ignoring all but the most surface-level interpretations of the premise, The Purge: Anarchy is a lot closer to what one might want out of this hypothetical scenario. The city setting works a lot better for this style and gives it some much-needed tension. It's still quite flat as far as action, characters, dialog, and scares but there is just enough oddball background ideas and world-building that make this somewhat watchable."
|22 18%||The Purge (2013) - Aug 17, 2019
"This movie is just a premise. It's not even a good premise because it spends a significant amount of time justifying that premise and never actually addresses the implications of said premise. What is left over is a run-of-the-mill The Strangers wannabe."
|24 21%||The Golden Compass (2007) - Aug 11, 2019
"This must be the bottom of the epic fantasy series barrel because despite the high production values, almost nothing about this film works at all."
|59 58%||Dexter's Laboratory (1996) - Jul 24, 2019
"The Looney Toons inspiration is pretty obvious from the word go. It does just enough to be interesting as children's entertainment."
|71 69%||Samurai Jack (2001) - Jul 24, 2019
"Despite never being my favorite animated show as a child, I remember this series far better than most from this era. It has great style and just enough substance to keep you interested."
|65 64%||Star Wars: Clone Wars (2003) - Jul 24, 2019
"I fondly recall watching these 5 minute shorts once a week. It's well animated and has more style than either of it's live-action counterparts. Gendry Tartakovsky really knows what he is doing."
|38 37%||The Hobbit (1977) - Jul 24, 2019
"It's an odd combination of faithful to the source material yet cheaply and incompetently made. It is bad, undeniably bad, but it's ineptitude kind of won me over by the end."
|81 82%||Mad Men (2007) - Jul 24, 2019
"I never thought that I would speak this glowingly about a soap opera. It is peak character-driven drama bolstered by excellent performances from the entire cast."
|34 33%||Honey, I Shrunk the Kids (1989) - Jul 24, 2019
"This movie only works because Rick Moranis is both lovable and committed to this role. Everything else ranges from mediocre to bad."
|39 39%||Yours, Mine and Ours (1968) - Jul 14, 2019
"It's cute. It has that bland, boring completely non-offensive tone of the 60's where everything is cute and perfect and the problems are superficial at best. Fonda and Lucille Ball really phone it in here which hurts it a lot."