Write a review of the last movie you saw

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Write a review of the last movie you saw.

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  1. The last movie I saw was The Lion King in 3D. I have always been a lover of Disney movies because although they are marketed towards kids yet it is definitely something in it for parents and adults. The 3D effects were great but not so much of what I expected. My favorite character is Nahla cub. She was just so cute and such a risk taker. I sang during the entire movie. I give it 4 Stars!



  2. I am going to tell you the movie I saw this afternoon.
    It called ” Disappearance on the open sea. ”
    A renowned avocate, Joe was desperately loving his wife, Christina.
    Though, he was taken all the attention of his job.
    And then, a day, Joe did a boat trip .
    Suddenly, His wife falled on the open sea.
    You did not know if it was an accident or she had committed a suicide.
    The police had searched for her for a few days but you did not see her anywhere.
    Joe was shattered. Sometimes, he had calls, was visited by Cristina in the night.
    He is convinced she was always alive.
    The police and his partner Michael thought Joe was raving.
    The police had even arrested him because it believed Joe killed his wife.
    Finally, he was released.
    Later, Michael was killed by his wife.
    Michael’s wife was loving Joe a lot.
    So she killed off the persons who would prevent her from loving Joe freely.
    This wife was everything plotted .
    When Joe founded his game, he went but she threatened with a weapon and hurted his shoulder.
    The police arrived and fired an only shot.She died.
    Fortunately, Joe cured.
    At the end,you see Joe watching sea on a bridge and when he is going away, Christina is going in the place where Joe was.
    So is Christina alive?
    To be continued…


  3. The”Ides of March” Movie seen on the 10 of October,2011 at the Regency Granada Hills.
    This movie motivates the audience because is about politics that can drive you crazy with accusations from both parties and a sense of must win by the main candidate George Clooney with a must be assistant Ryan Gosling and standing performance by Paul Giamatti. Good movie to entertain adult audiences.


  4. I can’t really write a review of the last movie I went to because I never go to the movies. I did not grow up attending movies and I have never gotten into the habit of going.


  5. The Last Exorcism. Documentary-style horror movie about a preacher/fake exorcist who invites a camera crew to come with him on an exorcism, so that he can show them how he manipulates people. I actually liked it until the last half hour, when it just fell apart. The ending didn’t fit; the movie couldn’t seem to decide if it wanted the girl to be really possessed or not. The scene where the preacher is showing how he sets up a room before an exorcism with tripwires and whatnot in order to move furniture was good, and I would have liked to have seen more of that.

    All told, I’m glad I watched it on Netflix, so I can delude myself into believing that I didn’t really pay for it. Don’t get me wrong, it didn’t suck, but it was a let-down.


  6. I saw “The Way” directed by Emilio Estevez and featuring his dad, Martin Sheen. It was brilliant and I wrote a review on it last week. 😉


  7. I think the last movie that I saw was Transformer. I was kind of addicted to it when I was a kid. Basically, the story revolves around two groups of robots that transform from their original form to cars, planes and even small cassettes. It’s a classic battle of good versus evil, the Autobots being the good guys and the Decepticon the bad ones. I really like this movie.


  8. End of the spear, this is the best movie on forgiveness I chocked up so many times watching it, and the message was so divine, how do you forgive someone who kills your family and more so move in with them. Mostly get this it is a true story so everything happened as it is seen, !


  9. Harry Potter the final book. i was disappointed, they failed to show the high lights of the book 7, the fight between black and mrs. weasley, how neville killed nugini and the fight between harry potter and his arc rival valdemort, and they change the scene on how malfroy meet his parents. it was a big disappointment


  10. Titanic was wonderful! Tears the whole way through!

    Hahaa, I’m kidding. Although it’s not too far from the reality of it, can’t really remember the last time I went to the cinema. I may have just been inspired to get out and see an actual movie that’s been released this decade.


  11. Thats a comedy,night of a thousand laugh, it made me so happy. I laughed throught the time i was watching it. Even up till now if i remember the actions i began to laugh.


  12. The last film I saw was a pile of steaming poo poo. So I’ll review the one I watched before that.

    ‘Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas’

    I didn’t find this out until after I watched the film but it is based on an autobiographical novel by Hunter S. Thompson called ‘Fear and loathing in Las Vegas : A Savage Journey to the Heart of the American Dream.

    From the onset you’re thrown into a state of mind which I imagine mirrored Hunters. It’s one of confusion, fear, bewilderment, paranoia and down right absurdity. It is based on two trips to Las Vegas, Nevada, that Hunter S. Thompson took with his attorney Oscar Zeta Acosta in March and April 1971. The start of the film is simple and hooks you straight in, they are driving down a freeway (On their way to Las Vegas) loaded on pretty much every mind altering chemical they can get their hands on, with a trunk full of drugs that I imagine a pharmacy would be proud of.

    That is all I’ll reveal mainly because I’m lazy and can’t be bothered to write anymore but also because I want you to watch it without knowing whats coming, I want you to experience THEIR state of minds which the film reflects really well. It’s one hell of a ride!

    Overall I’ll give it 8 bananas out of 10 (Just ‘cos I’m hungry and have bananas on the mind) mainly because it kept me hooked in, it evoked curiosity in me as I tried to piece together some sort of linear story that I could follow. I’ll finish this with a quote from the film.

    “What was I doing here? What was the meaning of this trip? Was I just roaming around in a drug frenzy of some kind? Or had I really come out here to Las Vegas to work on a story? Who are these people, these faces? Where do they come from? They look like caricatures of used car dealers from Dallas, and sweet Jesus, there were a hell of a lot of them at 4:30 on a Sunday morning, still humping the American dream, that vision of the big winner somehow emerging from the last minute pre-dawn chaos of a stale Vegas casino.”