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  • Seed of Chucky

    Seed of Chucky

    ★★★

    I have to admit, I appreciated the humor of this one much more this time around. Now it's tied with Child's Play 3 for worst Chucky film. The human characters all suck, but if you just watch it as a bizarre marital drama starring two killer dolls, one of which is trying to cure her killing "addiction", this movie has some enjoyment. This film is nuts. Not sure if it's a guilty pleasure, but I had more fun with it then the last time I watched it.

  • The Night of the Hunter

    The Night of the Hunter

    ★★½

    Maybe this is a movie that needs to grow on me, but I do not get the love of this movie. Don't get me wrong, there are good qualities here. Robert Mitchum is creepy as the stepfather, and the visuals are stunning. However, every time I got into the film the writing came a long and took me right out. It was as if anytime I started to really admire the visuals, the screenwriters just hit me in the face…

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  • Planes, Trains and Automobiles

    Planes, Trains and Automobiles

    ★★★★★

    December Project

    John Hughes is a genius. From start to finish this movie is hilarious. This film really captures how it would be like to be stuck with an annoying person. Also Steve Martin's character is great in this. As is John Candy. I love the scene when John Candy's character is driving and first his coat gets stuck then he starts driving the wrong way and to top it all off the car catches on fire. There are some…

  • RoboCop 2

    RoboCop 2

    ★★★★

    "Can't shoot a kid, can you fucker."

    A good follow up to the original.

    I liked the satire they started doing about the PC era of the 90's that was going on with trying to make Robocop this non killing friendly police officer. It was amusing but it didn't really go anywhere and was over pretty quick.

    The action is good, not as good as the last one but still really good. The script is well written. I really liked…