I dunno bout that one. I just kinda watch what I'm led to watch is all. I just went through Netfix's 'must watch' list and I've seen two!
Honestly, It's worth at least a watch if you ever find yourself at a loss. If I have nothing lined up that I have a burning desire to watch, then I'll give something one shot to leave its mark on me. How many decent poems do we read once and never again before we come across a poem that we simply can't get enough of and forever leaves a mark on our souls?
If only I ever had your sort of antennae when it came to feeling led to watch something. If I do, it certainly hasn't been working lately. I've seen more stinkers in the last 2 months than I have in the last 20 years. Rona Jaffe's Mazes and Monsters
It's Tom Hank's first movie, which I saw some 30 years ago on network television. It had that "made for TV" film quality which seemed poor even back then, but It looks incredibly horrendous on hi def digital today. Hanks's acting is the only redeemable aspect about it. Open Water
WTF? How did this ever make over $50 million dollars??? It was filmed with a camcorder for God's sake! The average phone video today puts it to shame. I think its second sequel was filmed with an I-phone and you can see a huge difference! Alone In The Dark
I like Christian Slater. For a while he was doing a lot of television shows that had very short lifespans. And then he went eerily quiet. Now I know why. This movie put his career in the hospital and he has been in rehab doing mostly voice acting ever since. Gunpowder Milkshake
Ugh. I think I covered this one in Jack's movie review thread. The Devil All The Time
It's well done in terms of film quality and acting, but there is absolutely nothing positive to say about the story ( aside from it ripping off Pulp Fiction ). I might as well be watching the Texas Chainsaw Massacre. It becomes so predictable that you are waiting for the next person to be killed off until the credits finally roll. In The Cut
I wanted to see Meg Ryan in something other than a rom com. I wish to have these two hours of memory expunged from my brain. Beetlejuice
I didn't think Tim Burton could make a movie worse than Mars Attacks. I was proven wrong.