Report Card is in…Summer Movies!


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It’s September, which means it’s the end of the 2010 Summer Movie Season. I saw a lot of films that I would highly recommend and ones that made me believe that Hollywood needs to have an intervention of unoriginality. Click here to see more and make sure you comment. I want to hear your take as well.

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2 comments

  1. The only disagreement I have is Inception being the best. When I look at movies, my biggest point is whether or not I will be able to watch it over and over again. LotR, Godfather I & II, Heat, Citizen Kane and Tommy Boy all make a greatness list for me. But Inception is one of those movies that once I saw it, I could see all aspects of greatness except for the fact that once I saw it, I knew it would be years before I would want to watch it again. I watch the Godfather triology w my dad once a yr and enjoy it every time. I know the story by heart, can almost recite De Niros lines in pt2 and I still watch it. Inception would not be as good without the trippiness but that surreal feeling is something that you get only once from movies like this. House of 1000 Corpses suffers from this problem too. Not to compare these two movies but if not for character and dialouge, these movies would never been seen again by most folks

    1. A+ – A-: Inception, The Other Guys, Salt, Iron Man 2, Toy Story 3, Despicable Me, Machete
      B+ – B- The Expendables, The A-Team, Knight and Day, Dinner for Schmucks
      C+ – C- Shrek Forever After, Killers, Twilight Saga: Eclipse,
      D+ – D- The Karate Kid, Grown Ups, The Sorcerer’s Apprentice
      F Jonah Hex, MacGruber, Vampires Suck

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