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A high school student relives the same day.
It passed over its chance to visit a time loop from another perspective. It's ultimately unsatisfying.
A washed-up former Karate champion tries to clean up his life.
A direct sequel to The Karate Kid - (1984 movie)
Stark Enterprises founds Damage Control, a high-security company doing cleanup after The Avengers' massive fight, but Spiderman learns that its technology is being poached by criminals.
I didn't even know this movie existed. It's fair. Recommended for the general audience who enjoys the other movies, though it's definitely not as good as others of its ilk.
A prequil adventure with the eponymous Han Solo. It has no excitement since with a prequil there can't be any sense of accomplishment without any chance of failure.
A franchise so strong I didn't even know this movie was released or was even being made.
Not recommended, even for fans. It gives and does nothing. It's vaguely entertaining.
A super-secret military robot suit appears in a part-time mechanic's truck, and he fiddles with it enough to get trapped in it. Wanting to visit his soon to be ex-girlfriend, he wrecks a path of havoc while being chased by people trying to retrieve or destroy it.
This movie was a major inspiration for the ground-gliding for Ember.
A reporter goes to a small odd town for one story, but a local murder changes his interests.
Though adequate, I didn't finish it; this isn't my sort of movie.
Something about a boy in the 70s wandering around and a girl from earlier who also wandered around because reasons and things happen but they're not exciting so just give this a miss.
I don't know what the fuck these people were thinking, but this is beyond confusing and awful.
A standard broken-family Disney movie, but with magical thinking.
God damn this is a low-effort piece of shit.
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