Kinotherapy has written 6 reviews for films rated ★★½ during 2018.

  • Lady in the Water

    Lady in the Water

    So it’s kind of like “Free Willy” just if Shyamalan directed it.

    Wrapping up my Shyamalan filmography and covering another “Trek through the Unknown” film with “Lady in the Water”. Killing two birds with one stone. Or killing one scrunt with three tree monkeys. I actually skipped this film when I first watched Shyamalan’s work, because I heard it was bad, so didn’t want to waste my time. But I’m not about that anymore. The whole point of this challenge…

  • Arthur and the Invisibles

    Arthur and the Invisibles

    Does anyone remember this?

    So I watched another movie with my family, because I'm a family man! Who spends time with his family! So my Dad rented this movie. Why? Honestly I think it was just because of the cast list. None of his favorites, but just because there was a crap ton of famous people in here I think it caught his eye. He's easily amused like that. But I figured eh, why not. It looks harmless enough. Besides…

  • X-Men: Apocalypse

    X-Men: Apocalypse

    A little late, and kind of cheating with this one, as it's a move that I had a little bit of interest in seeing, but it's my list and, what like, two people are actually consistently following this, so I can bend the rules. Hell I'm not even consistently following this. I have a life, I can't watch a bad movie every week.

    I digress, in this age of overabundant comic book flicks I, like many others, have grown immensely…

  • Dazed and Confused

    Dazed and Confused

    "That's what I love about these High School girls. I get older, they stay the same age"

    And thus, the most famous line about Statutory rape in cinema was uttered.

  • Death Wish

    Death Wish

    I say this as a huge admirer of Charles Bronson, but I never cared for the original "Death Wish"

    With the release of this remake coming out (no I have not seen it, and I don't plan on viewing it soon) I've seen a lot of reviewers going back and trashing this piece, which me more comfortable in giving my own thoughts. Well, I won't completely trash it. I don't think "Death Wish" is terrible or that it's incompetently bad,…

  • Spice World

    Spice World

    Guaranteed, this review is packed with girl power! Ahaha, ooh... I still haven't seen Phantom Thread yet.

    As for the third entry in my "Trek for the Unknown" series, I gave a chance to Spice World, the Spice girls movie, a film I put off for a while knowing that if anyone saw me watching this, I would be heavily laughed at. Out of the films I've watched thus far, this is the one that, as an avid Heavy Metal…