SparrowsSong's comments

Godzilla vs. Kong (2021)
hellsingfan01 4 points 12 days ago. (Contains Spoilers)

You do realise that this is A Godzilla / King Kong / Kaiju movie right nobody goes into any of these movies expecting a great plot we just want to see monsters fighting each other and that’s exactly what this film gives us.

SparrowsSong 3 points 12 days ago.

I’m almost 50 years old… so in answer, yes, I do have a grasp that these types of movies aren’t oscar contending. “Nobody” goes into any of these movies expecting a great plot “we” just want to see… You sure are speaking for a lot of people. Just leave me out of your groupings. Enjoy!

Godzilla vs. Kong (2021)
SparrowsSong 3 points 12 days ago.

I made it to the 30 minute mark before the stupidity of it all became too overwhelming. This is a kids action movie. Disney-esque in dialog and humor. It’s not for me.

Footloose (1984)
SparrowsSong 1 points 16 days ago.

80’s classic with a kicka$$ soundtrack.

Fright Night (1985)
SparrowsSong 1 points 2 months ago.

This is a horror classic, and one of my Halloween go-to movies. Loved Chris Sarandon as the charismatic, modern day vampire. He was excellent in this role. A lot of the makeup and effects still hold up today.

Blade Runner 2049 (2017)
SparrowsSong 2 points 2 months ago.

I really loved this movie. Shot in the same spirit as the original, and expanding on the storyline of the original as well. Loved everyone’s performance, but if I had to nit-pic, I wasn’t too crazy about Jared Leto’s performance in this. His attempt at trying to be an eccentric was low production to me. Harrison should have won something for that scene he had with Leto though. I really felt his emotion during that segment. That was probably the best I’ve ever seen Harrison Ford perform. Loved Ryan’s performance as well as Sylvia Hoeks, whom I thought kicked a$$ in her role. I’d give this movie 4 to 4.5 stars

Ted (2012)
SparrowsSong 2 points 2 months ago.

A solid go-to when ever you want a smile and laugh. Makes me miss Boston too.

Coldblooded (1995)
SparrowsSong 1 points 2 months ago*.

Loved this movie. Great cast and storyline. Wish this was out on DVD.

An American Werewolf in London (1981)
SparrowsSong 0 points 3 months ago.

Obviously with John Landis (Coming to America, Animal House, Blues Brothers, Trading Places, Spies Like Us) at the helm, you know there’s going to be some comedic elements, even in a horror/monster movie. The transformation scene was ground breaking. I loved the story and the cast did an exceptional job. One of my go-to movies around Halloween. I highly recommend this.

Léon: The Professional (1994)
SparrowsSong 3 points 3 months ago.

Great story, great cast. One of Luc Besson’ best. This is the movie that introduced me to Jean Reno and Gary Oldman. Am a fan of the both of them. Hats off to a very young Natalie Portman as well.

The Big Chill (1983)
SparrowsSong 1 points 3 months ago*.

Great actors working their craft. These were people of substance. Think we’ll ever see anything like this from all the Disney acting generation who seem to be monopolizing the field? Ha…

The Wrong Missy (2020)
SparrowsSong 1 points 3 months ago.

Love David Spade stand-up, but not really in these roles where he plays a square. I could say the same for Nick Swardson also. Good (not great) comedy though. Has it’s moments. I’d watch it again.

Horrible Bosses (2011)
SparrowsSong 3 points 4 months ago.

Good comedy. They could do a whole other movie on just the Charlie Day and Jennifer Aniston story line. That was hilarious! Jason Sudeikis and Charlie Day are great together. I’d watch it again.

Untamed Heart (1993)
SparrowsSong 1 points 4 months ago.

Nice love story. Listen to your own heart, not others opinions. A bit over acted in areas, but I liked the cast. I’d watch it again.

Reign of Fire (2002)
SparrowsSong 2 points 4 months ago.

I really love this movie. Have always loved sword and sorcery stories. This is that with a modern twist and a dose of realism. The best dragons I’ve seen on video since Dragon Slayer. Highly recommended.

Shoot to Kill (1988)
SparrowsSong 3 points 5 months ago.

A lot of locations covered in this good action thriller with a great cast. Headed up by the veteran Sidney Poitior. I’d watch it again.

The New Mutants (2020)
SparrowsSong -1 points 5 months ago.

Over-hyped and the usual let down. Love the whole X-Men universe and comics growing up, but these latest films are NOT doing them any justice. And what is up with todays up-in-coming actors/actresses? It’s like watching a bunch of parrots in every movie that comes out now. No originality, unique qualities, or character to any of them… except for maybe a precious few. Seriously, it’s like each and every one of them are all cast from the Disney school of performing arts. That’s what is ruining the whole Stars Wars continuation for me as well. GET PEOPLE THAT I CAN BELIEVE!

Sleepers (1996)
SparrowsSong 2 points 5 months ago.

Such a great movie and so well done. Hats off to Barry Levinson. I saw this movie in the theater when it came out without knowing anything about it at all. That set a precedent for me not wanting to see trailers/highlights of films that are being hyped up, which is tough to do.

True Romance (1993)
SparrowsSong 3 points 5 months ago.

Loaded cast of A-listers. Great story that had a little something for everyone. Dennis Hopper and Christopher Walken provide one of the most classic/iconic/intense scenes I’ve ever seen. Now this was a movie…

Three's Company (1977)
SparrowsSong 1 points 5 months ago.

I’ve never gotten enough of these shows. Which is pretty amazing considering I can’t stand sitcoms.

The Woman in Red (1984)
SparrowsSong 2 points 5 months ago.

Adorable movie and great cast! Gene Wilder and Gilda Radner still at their comedic best.

Better Off Dead... (1985)
SparrowsSong 6 points 5 months ago.

Timeless classic comedy with some classic lines
“Now that’s a shame when folks be throwing away a perfectly good white boy”

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