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Re: Rate & Mini-Summarize the Last Movie You Saw
saw many films today, here are some reviews
Mortal Kombat- I watched this film about ten times when I was younger. The effects are pretty cheesy, as well as the lines, but its pretty nostalgic and I like the film. Some of the deaths (Scorpions above all), are dumb but overall I enjoyed it. Check it out if you can.
Mortal Kombat Annihilation- what a letdown this film turned out to be. So many things were wrong with it. First off, so many characters were changed which really sucked (ex. Sonya, Rayden, Johnny Cage). Next the acting was pretty bad on some parts. Shiva's death was so sudden, and they could have worked more on Baraka, and what was up with Rain's short part in the movie? The film had some pros though. The fight between Scorpion and Subzero was pretty good, although it lasted two minutes. The guy who played Jax was not bad, and Queen Sindel was very sexy looking indeed. Motoro was portrayed good except for the fact that he resembled Chuck Palumbo. Overall, a bad sequel...
Stealth- I heard this film was a huge box office flop. Well, it was on TV so I decided to watch. I gotta say I am not very impressed with it. Jessica Biel did good with her role though, and some of the music in it was pretty awesome (Incubus). Overall, i don't recommend it too much, but if you like action films that involve aerial combat, this one is for you.
Bring it On Again- a straight to video release following the first one. It was on tv so I decided to watch it. And let me say, this film is really bad. There really is not much to say about it. I want my 90 minutes back.
Bring it On: All or Nothing- I didn't actually think I would watch this film after watching its prequel. But I heard it was as good as the first one, and Hayden Panettiere is in it, who I find hot. All in all, this film is pretty good. I think it outshines the original actually. Entertaining from beginning to end.
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