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  • WildRose86

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    I'm Lou Lou! I'm 25. I'm a movie nerd! Yay! =)

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The Interview

Reviewed by WildRose86

  • Currently 3/5 Stars.

Imaginative, original idea that nearly started World War 3. I think that alone gives it a reason to watch it!

Jupiter Ascending

Reviewed by WildRose86

  • Currently 2/5 Stars.

Visually great, the imagination of the Matrix siblings is still up there for greatness... What a terrible Cinderella tale though, which is pointed out in the film (in case we couldn't get that much!) Plenty of potential, but just comes across messy and disjointed, no matter how much we all love dogs.

Fifty Shades of Grey

Reviewed by WildRose86

  • Currently 1/5 Stars.

WoW! Just WOW! What sh*t! In fairness, they didn't have much to work with on source material, but one star for the actors for REALLY trying. And cinematographer for getting some beautiful scenery/city shots from apartments/planes/other tall stuff. With all the hoopla involved with the books and the giggly sexyness of it, I was a little disappointed that he didn't just batter the inner goddess outta her with all the flogs and paddles littered about his room, which in fairness he could have had a XBox in! The last minute of the film is acting gold though, the expressions, the agility and the panic on each of the actors faces was pretty damn well done. Then it ends on some "art" scene, which just doesn't work with the tone of the film. Not even worth reading this review about it.

Project Almanac

Reviewed by WildRose86

  • Currently 2/5 Stars.

Decent Teenage Sci-Fi nonsense. A bit pointless and nothing that will go down in groundbreaking time travelling romps. Teenagers - selfish brats really!

The Wedding Ringer

Reviewed by WildRose86

  • Currently 3/5 Stars.

Decent bromantic comedy! Lotta heart and proper funny moments, though with all these kinda films, editing just doesn't seem to be a thing.

It Follows

Reviewed by WildRose86

  • Currently 4/5 Stars.

Absolutely gripping and tense horror! Fantastically shot with wide panned out angles make you scare yourself into wondering whats happening in the background. While each actor puts on a brilliant performance of "yeah, that's how teens talk" in a bored manner while keeping the fear and relationship spark there. The score, a proper old school/retro video game styling just adds to intensity and tingles. Watch in the dark!!

Shaun the Sheep Movie

Reviewed by WildRose86

  • Currently 5/5 Stars.

Lovely! Just adorable and easy going fun for all ages.

Into the Woods

Reviewed by WildRose86

  • Currently 3/5 Stars.

Not knowing this was a musical, I got quite a "oh!" when all the singing started up and continued, but it didn't long until could sing along to the catchy tunes and chuckle at the wittier parts. All the actors are just having fun prancing about in fairy tale land and it really shows, leaving you quite happy and bouncy feeling. Then there's the last part, a bit disjointed/darker and I didn't think needed, but very well done all the same. Proper fantasy musical. As a show tunes head, I'm glad I got to see this!

The Woman in Black 2: Angel of Death

Reviewed by WildRose86

  • Currently 3/5 Stars.

Few jumpy parts, from creeping hands and shrieking faces. The blending of the dark greens and blues was really nice, gave it plenty of atmosphere. Decent story, decent acting, creepy kids and few jumps. Nothing you'd go out of your way to watch again, but for a dark Winters evening - it works!

The Hobbit The Battle of The Five Armies

Reviewed by WildRose86

  • Currently 3/5 Stars.

Decent! Not exactly needed, but visually good and Legolas is quite hilarious. The Saga ends at least!

What If

Reviewed by WildRose86

  • Currently 4/5 Stars.

Very cutesy Rom Com

Deliver Us from Evil

Reviewed by WildRose86

  • Currently 3/5 Stars.

Enjoyable horror lark