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Malcolm is one of my all time favourite movie characters. When JP returned to the cinema it became one of the most memorable movie experiences in my life.
Malcolm is bloody brilliant again and has so much more screen time. Furthermore the one thing I disliked in the first one (screaming stupidly acting children) was luckily abandoned in The Lost World.
Also "the other team" is compiled by brilliant actors like Peter Stormare and Pete Postlethwaite.
Julianne Moore is at her best as well in JP2.
The first has its moments, but BR is infinitely better.
Only this time instead of starting out great and ending up terrible, Temple of Doom starts out ridiculous and headache inducing but ends up being awesome. From the entire beginning at the club all the way up to the plane crash made me want to rip my ears off because of all the goddamn screaming. Once they get to the temple however, the movie takes the kid gloves off and gets dark as hell- and I LOVE it. This movie is leaps and bounds better than Kingdom of the Crystal Skull
JW2? I'm confused, has Jurassic World 2 already been released and I'm just behind the times?
I think Raiders was the best of the Indiana Jones quadrilogy. Last Crusade had some moments but it pales in comparison.
.. For me.
Well, plenty of Temple of Doom love!
Crystal Skull was not bad really. I think Mutt and the end with the spaceship bring down the whole film in a lot of people's eyes.
Quite bizarre given Raiders is probably the best action film ever made.
Yeah it was bad mate. Really bad. Like worse than DAD bad.
And I can live with the aliens. After all in the other three we had a load of religious rubbish which is more incredible than aliens which speaking statistically almost certainly exist.
The film jumps the shark a loooong time before the aliens fetch up.
The Empire Strikes Back
From Russia with Love
The Revenge of Frankenstein
Il buono, il brutto, il cattivo
Jason Lives: Friday the 13th Part VI
I don't add the second Godfather, I think they are equally great.
I loved it. Great fun.
We'll have to agree to disagree on Richard Pryor III, Guest Starring Superman.
From Russia With Love
Quantum of Solace
The Empire Strikes Back
Toy Story 3
Dawn of the Planet of the Apes (2014)
Mad Max: Fury Road
Star Trek II
The Road Warrior
Death Wish 2
Back to the Future 3
Only to name a few.
Mad Max 2
Empire Strikes Back
The Bride Of Frankenstein
The Dark Knight Rises
Much as I like Godfather 2 it's not as engaging as the original. De Niro gives a great performance but those flashback scenes seem all so superflous
Don't get the love for Batman Returns at all. Apart from Michelle Pfeiffer's Catwoman it has little going for it. The whole thing looks like it was shot on a soundstage. It's all so fake, and certainly more of a Tim Burton film than a Batman film. (Nice score though)
Good call on Jason Lives! Part 6 is my favourite of that nutty franchise - I know many go for four but six has my vote - and definitely the good, the bad and the ugly over dollars.
Yes! Batman Returns is a chore. Burton has zero interest in action set pieces, fight scenes or even detective stories so instead we're left with his love for gothic horror and German expressionism. I guess It's the most personal superhero blockbuster ever made - just without a superhero - but is it any surprise Warner Brothers then wanted to dip into the lukewarm melted Schumacher cheese after opening their summer blockbuster set in winter with a deformed baby attacking a cat and then being abandoned by his revolted parents?
Back to the Future 3 over the original? There's expressing personal taste and then there is just plain violent provocation!
Dawn of the Dead
Bill and Ted's Bogus Journey