I chose to watch a new movie after a month of not watching anything because of my busy life, but hey, I'm not here to talk about my first-world problems. Since the first episode of Aqua Teen Hunger Force aired on Adult Swim in 2001, I have been a huge fan. I've seen every episode of the series, and I love the first film. Matt Maiellaro and Dave Willis knew how to create humorous, oddball characters and absurd…
NOTE: This is another review that I forgot to post back in October.
My friends and I had our own Halloween party, and we were having trouble deciding what to watch. When one of my friends expressed interest in watching this, we opted to do it on Tubi. I only saw this film once when it was on TV over a decade ago, and I was curious if my opinion has changed or not. The Gingerdead Man is okay for…
Battlefield Earth is my Black Panther. This movie empowered me and has open my eyes into the world of Scientology. It helped me get over my rejection from the female known as Mary Sue Whipp who’d rather date a Chad instead of a true gentlemen who would treat her well. Amazing cinematography and a great performance from John Travolta, who was fortunately moved on from artsy-fartsy hipster trash like Pulp Fiction (1994). Films like the Battlefield Earth are true art that often get misunderstood by filthy normies who watch MCU kiddie movies instead of challenging, thought-provoking kino like Staying Alive (1983).
I've been a fan of this film since I first saw it in 2018. This film is one of my favorites from the 2010s, and it had an impact on me when I saw it. It's one of those films that I find myself thinking about every now and then. I was in the mood to see this film again, and it gets better…