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  • Crawl



    Throughout the years we’ve been given many shark movies but barley any alligator movies. I’m happy to say that we’ve been given a great one. With great performances from the two leads, good CGI, intense thrills and impressive atmosphere, Crawl is a very fun creature feature. Plus I really like that they decided to have the alligators just be regular alligators, instead of being mutated or scientifically altered in some way. All these positives make this one of the most surprisingly good movies of 2019 so far.

  • The Shallows

    The Shallows


    After years of getting films like Mega Shark vs Giant Whatever Monster and Sharknado 57, it’s nice to finally get a shark movie that is actually taken seriously. Blake Lively looks great in this film but she’s more than just eye candy. She gives a great performance and her character is very interesting and likable. The thrills are also great and the cinematography is wonderful. All this and more makes The Shallows the best shark movie since Jaws.

  • I, Frankenstein

    I, Frankenstein

    Aaron Eckhart really tries in this role and some of the action scenes are really cool. But they aren’t enough to save this film from awful performances from the other cast members, a sloppy script, a rushed plot, bad CGI and horrible creature designs (Seriously why do the gargoyles have angel wings?!?!). And to make matters worse, I, Frankenstein feels like a blatant rip-off of Underworld, a film I actually really like and believe doesn’t deserve the hate it’s received. This movie, on the hand, is an absolute trainwreck.

  • Jurassic Park

    Jurassic Park


    I don't think there's ever been a dinosaur movie as good as Jurassic Park. And it's also my favorite movie directed by Steven Spielberg. The director did an amazing job when making this and I'm very glad he gave us this film. There's just so much to love about it.

    Jurassic Park pushed the boundaries of special effects. The CGI in the movie is out of this world, it looks even better than that of a lot of modern films.…