A dying wizard impacts his power ring to a new green lantern to a random kid, to stop the seven deadly sins.
A young tinkerer is given powerful technology that is sought by powerful people.
You are part of an elite squad who freeze time to move near cover and get shot in the head.
I guess they didn't play their own game, because there are obvious flaws. This would have been more fun if they got rid of the whole moving around like an RPG. Like the old X-COM ga-- oh wait, the old games are just better. Why was this game made?
Properly titled The Bureau: XCOM Declassified
Inspired by the story of the forty-seven rōnin. If you don't know it, then don't look that up. I can't give a description without spoiling it. Consider yourself lucky to have a fresh mind.
This is a patient yet tense movie. I have next to no notes, because there's really nothing to write or even think about. Recommended, though not "highly recommended", as there are a lot of movies which execute this general manly-man theme extremely well. Though it's not among its number, anyone who likes the samurai genre should give this a watch.
In an apocalyptic wasteland, a boy and his friend stuff and things.
Simultaneously childish and gore-heavy, this movie doesn't have anything going for it.
Dragonborn-twins have drama.
If you like the others in the Dragonheart series, then I suppose this is worth a watch.
An unaged man without a memory is sent by a secret multifaith order of monster hunters as the last hope of a lineage doomed to purgatory unless they slay the lord of all vampires.
Not a great or bad movie, but still good enough to be worth watching. It's mostly interesting because of its main character, and the rest of it is piecemeal and without particular substance.
I think this movie was my initial introduction to Kate Beckinsale, and it turns out she's a lot hotter in my memory than in this actual movie. Maybe she was better-presented in the next movies of hers that I saw after this.
TO GET - The director's cut doesn't have the opening spoiler narration.
A man, waking with no memories and thought to be a serial killer, flees his pursuers and not only learns he isn't who they think he is, but they aren't who they think they are either.
A fantastic movie.. at no point was I bored. To me, this one of the foundations of a particular movie style. It isn't that it's whatever kind of "neo-noir" but that it tells a tale about reality itself.
Avoid, especially if you like the Harry Potter series!
A British wizard travels to New York City, but his case full of endangered magical creatures causes trouble in a city that already has its own creature problem.
Weak characters, a shit plot with lots of filler and generally unlikeable. Especially bad in light of the earlier movies set in this universe. God that main character is fucking terrible to watch.
I will forever misremember this title as Fantastic Breasts and Where to Find Them. No fantastic breasts were found in this movie.
The son of a demon king, destined to destroy the world and all humanity, is just an average guy in a difficult relationship trying to save the world. Or something.
A forgettable movie made all the more terrible because of its attachment to its parent. This movie lacks anywhere near that movie's theme or mood. This is a joke semi-fantasy film.
- Properly titled Hellboy II: The Golden Army
Follows Hellboy - (2004 movie)