Teddy has written 14 reviews for films rated ★★½ .

  • Star Trek Beyond

    Star Trek Beyond


    Hey, what's that I'm tasting in my mouth?
    Oh right! It's a bland Star Trek movie!

  • The Green Hornet

    The Green Hornet


    It's the movie you find yourself chuckling every 30 minutes then realizing it's over and wondering to yourself how much better this premise would be without the 'Seth Rogen' writing.

  • Midnight in Paris

    Midnight in Paris


    I've never seen a romance so convoluted, so unsure, so completely devoid of meaning and soul. It was my turn to pick what movie my family watched tonight I chose this??? I could've chosen The Revenant, or The Help but no I chose this.

  • 21 Bridges

    21 Bridges


    I really thought that playing FPS games while watching this would add to my 4D experience but really all that it did was make me confused, perplexed, disoriented and any other word that has to do with me not knowing what the heck is going on.
    But what ev's, a star each for Simmons and Boseman.

    Edit: I feel like I should give this film a 5/5 now cause of the news. Rest in peace Chadwick.

  • Top Gun

    Top Gun


    Things my family and I discovered about Tom Cruise in this movie:
    1. Tom Cruise is fully male yet also fully female.
    2. Tom Cruise should have a holiday as Jesus does for Christmas (my suggestion is every leap year).
    3. Tom Cruise has sweat droplets that cure cancer.
    4. Tom Cruise is one with every machine he operates. Meaning he is basically a transformer.
    5. Tom Cruise embodies all of his past lives he connected with and lost.

  • Late Night

    Late Night


    It's exactly what you'd expect it to be, and honestly, it wasn't that bad until they replaced all the sympathetic white dudes with asian and black women because I guess... #SJW

    also, the songs they use in this movie are really funny... like really funny

  • The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2

    The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2


    It's about time I finish these time soaking pieces of 'film'. And I find that pretty ironic considering these are diluted social-political dichotomy depictions.
    My biggest issue with the series is the lack of consistency and vision being presented throughout each film. The first film explores the enemy of each other and the higher authorities. The second explores the enemy of the system, and the flaws it creates with each other. And the third has no idea if it's focusing…

  • Identity



    I was really ready to tell you that this is an underrated gem and you should all watch it, but nope, just another poorly paced, redundant, pretentious, on-the-nose, whodunit mystery.
    I could care less about this movie because it's a harmless thriller but I can't help but be annoyed at how it's trying to emulate both And Then There Were None and Pyscho with no real substance or style to add to it. It's really too bad so many instances and ideas were brushed over because there is an idea somewhere in here that is really special and could be explored to create something really great.

  • The Terminal

    The Terminal


    "ya like jazz?"

    I literally just found out that this was directed by Steven Spielberg... bruh what HAPPENED!?!

  • The Upside

    The Upside


    Bryan Cranston and opera should have been great... kinda sucks it wasn't.

  • The Grizzlies

    The Grizzlies


    I had to watch this or a 2-hour speech...
    and considering that I enjoyed this ironically I'm happy with my choice.

  • Hot Rod

    Hot Rod


    K this move is like the dumbest thing ever... but it also had me in tears of laughter so I'm giving a split down the middle with a 10/10 for those first two and a half stars than a 0/10 for those last couple stars.

    I could have also made it less confusing by just saying that it has an equal amount of good stuff and bad stuff...