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  • Back to the Future

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    All I Can Say (Unrated, 2020)

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  • Raiders of the Lost Ark (PG, 1981)

    It is almost impossible not to be thrilled by this hugely entertaining modern classic that boasts a ... read moredelicious sense of humor, a charismatic protagonist (Harrison Ford is awesome as always) and a lot of fast-paced action, with each scene more exciting than the one before.
  • Jaws (PG, 1975)

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  • Raiders of the Lost Ark (PG, 1981)

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  • Jaws (PG, 1975)

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    Let me start off by saying that I love this movie. This is one of those movies that I feel safe when... read more I call it flawless. It was effective back when it first came out and it's just as effective today. A Great White Shark is terrorizing the place called "Amity Island." Roy Scheider plays the paranoid police chief, Martin Brody, and he does a great job. You feel for him when he's doing research on sharks. You can tell that he dreads the idea of a Great White attacking such a small area. He dreads it just as much as the audience dreads when that famous music starts to play. That music composed by John Williams is famous to this day and indicates that a shark attack is inevitable. Throughout most of the film, we don't even see the shark. We only get to see underwater from the shark's perspective. In other words, looking through the eyes of the shark. The suspense is one of the best things about this movie. When the music starts, the sense of fear spreads and you are left wondering where the Shark is at the moment and who is going to be attacked. As the movie progresses, we are introduced to more characters who play a big role in the movie. Richard Dreyfuss plays Matt Hooper, the brainiac of the movie who is whimsical, yet willing. Robert Shaw plays Quint, the tough and resilient sailor who is intent on killing the shark. Brody, Hooper and Quint set off to find the beast in the middle of the ocean and the entertainment only gets better. This isn't just your average shark attack movie; it is character driven. As we learn more about the characters, we connect with them on an emotional level. My favorite scene in the entire movie focuses more on Quint's character rather than the Shark. The trio is in the cabin of the boat at night and are talking about scars they've recieved in the past. Quint then begins his tale of when he was on the U.S.S. Indianapolis the night it sunk. It is a very chilling tale and an underrated movie scene. Robert Shaw does an excellent job in his part. The first time we get a glimpse of the shark is about an hour and a half into the movie. The best thing about it's reveal is that it's so unexpected that you can't help but get creeped out by it. This film is an instant classic and it will never be forgotten. It's one of my all time favorite movies.
  • The Goonies (PG, 1985)

    Classic 80s adventure comedy with that certain suburban Spielberg feeling that will never fail to en... read moretertain on a rainy Sunday afternoon.
  • Zootopia (PG, 2016)

    This film separates itself from animated films like it with a screenplay that is topical and meta. T... read morehe animation is nice, the characters are lovable, the story is engrossing and there are some very funny moments. The story's end isn't great, but this is because the beginning/middle of the story raises the bar so high that the finale doesn't quite reach it, so I cannot hold too much against the writers for simply being too good at the start. Overall a great film with a great message for everyone.