Thought that last fight scene went on for too long personally and started to grate on me a bit, but it was some great shit overall. A ton better than 13 assassins (as far as non-stop action/fighting goes), by the end of that I was just bored and didn't care anymore.
I was surprised that I actually liked the Raid Redemption. I thought it was going to be some mindless kick-up flick but they tried to work a good story with it and well, it was a pretty badass kick-up flick.
Has anyone here seen Damsels in Distress? Good God, it's been a while since a comedy had me laughing so hard throughout the entire movie.
Looper was pretty damn good, though there were a couple minor plot holes that ate at me afterwards, though I can't seem to remember what they were for the life of me now.
Raid: Redemption > Dredd, proven fact.
Looper was pretty damn good. I wanted to make a loop hole joke, it being called looper and all, but none I caught. But there were plenty of things the bad guys could have done to win easily and they didn't.
Spoiler for stupid:
when his friend in the beginning lets his loop go, why did the baddies catch him and fuck him up to catch his older version, then just shoot him? Why not shoot the younger version and save time?
I like dredd better than both the raid and looper.
I just got back from House at the End of the Street. I can safely say that it was the best horror movie Ive seen this year, which isn't difficult since all the others Ive seen this year have sucked.
It was pretty decent. Its scares relied more on mood rather than gore or jump scares, which is what a good horror movie should strive for. The acting was good and the plot moved pretty good and less genre savvy will be satisfied with the twists in it.
The only thing that might turn some off it that it has some elements of Psycho in it. Not a whole lot to be considered a rip-off, but you do get that vibe a lot of times. If you want a decent horror movie to watch in theaters, give it a shot.