Guardians of the GalaxyJames Gunn, 2014★this film is basically a compilation of jokes about disabled people, women “sucking joy” out of everything, and worshiping an archaic baby boomer/gen x mentality, all featuring my most disliked parks and rec character

Guardians of the Galaxy
James Gunn, 2014


this film is basically a compilation of jokes about disabled people, women “sucking joy” out of everything, and worshiping an archaic baby boomer/gen x mentality, all featuring my most disliked parks and rec character

Back to the FutureSteven Spielberg, 1985★★★★

Back to the Future
Steven Spielberg, 1985
★★★

TekkonkinkreetMichael Arias, 2006★★★☆

Tekkonkinkreet
Michael Arias, 2006
★★★☆

Stranger Than ParadiseJim Jarmusch, 1984★★★★

Stranger Than Paradise
Jim Jarmusch, 1984
★★★

G.B.F.Darren Stein, 2013★☆82%? some very confused reviewers on rotten tomatoes

G.B.F.
Darren Stein, 2013
★☆

82%? some very confused reviewers on rotten tomatoes

Abraham Lincoln: Vampire HunterTimur Bekmambetov, 2012★

Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter
Timur Bekmambetov, 2012

9Shane Acker, 2009★★problems with this movie:- what is the difference between a “stitchpunk” and a sackboy? little big planet was first cmon- if the problem with the robot is that it doesnt have a soul, and the stitchpunks are pieces of the scientist’s soul, and the talisman transfers the souls into the robot, shouldnt the storyline be that the stitchpunks have to sacrifice themselves to restore the entire soul in the robot and then the robot will be good? because that’s kinda implied i think?- instead half the souls float away into the sky and it rains and there’s some bacteria giving hope for the future and that’s completely unrelated to the whole narrative when a neater ending that ties everything in would be the robot with a soul becoming like wall-e and repairing the planet jfc someone hire me as a writer because what the bloody heck are y’all even thinking

9
Shane Acker, 2009
★★

problems with this movie:
- what is the difference between a “stitchpunk” and a sackboy? little big planet was first cmon
- if the problem with the robot is that it doesnt have a soul, and the stitchpunks are pieces of the scientist’s soul, and the talisman transfers the souls into the robot, shouldnt the storyline be that the stitchpunks have to sacrifice themselves to restore the entire soul in the robot and then the robot will be good? because that’s kinda implied i think?
- instead half the souls float away into the sky and it rains and there’s some bacteria giving hope for the future and that’s completely unrelated to the whole narrative when a neater ending that ties everything in would be the robot with a soul becoming like wall-e and repairing the planet jfc someone hire me as a writer because what the bloody heck are y’all even thinking

Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter… and SpringKim Ki-duk, 2003★★★☆

Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter… and Spring
Kim Ki-duk, 2003
★★★☆

FrankenweenieTim Burton, 2012★★★☆

Frankenweenie
Tim Burton, 2012
★★★☆

Last VegasJon Turteltaub, 2013★☆

Last Vegas
Jon Turteltaub, 2013
★☆