Short one tonight.

I am tired and still working through stuff.  I decided that I have seen enough movies in the past months that I could rate them in order and, perhaps, help you in your choices.

Now, do let me say this:  the movies are in order of me wanting to watch them again.  Also, if you don’t care for scary or whatever, then those would move up on your list.  Finally, I listed “Gatsby” as last, but it was good.  All of them were good.  If you notice 3 stars is the lowest and that is mostly because “Gatsby” just wasn’t my type of show.  It, probably, deserved better.

So, without further adieu:

Five Stars:_______________

Star Trek:  Into Darkness – Great Movie Watched it twice *****

Man of Steel – ***** Would definitely watch it again

Iron Man 3 – ***** Stellar movie

Four Stars:_______________

Olympus has Fallen ****

After Earth ****

Oblivion ****

Epic ****

Jack the Giant Slayer ****

World War Z ****

Splinter **** – Scared the daylights out of me (2nd time)

Three and a Half Stars:_______________

Twilight: Breaking Dawn Part Two ***1/2  Enjoyed the 2nd half

Much Ado about Nothing – Joss Whedon  ***1/2

The Host ***1/2

Abraham Lincoln – Vampire Hunter ***1/2

Monster U ***1/2

The Call ***1/2

OZ, the Great and Powerful  ***1/2

Three  Stars:_______________

Warm Bodies ***

The Ruins *** (Scary!)

Gatsby ***

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Namaste,

Scott

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  • Debra Kristi  On June 24, 2013 at 5:40 pm

    I’m sorry to hear you’re so tired. I hope you are feeling better soon. I’m sorry I haven’t been more supportive lately. The kids have kept me from the internet. Expect as much for most of the summer. As for all the movie watching- kudos to you. My husband and I used to make a lot of time for that stuff. We’ve missed a lot in more recent years. I noticed a few are currently on the pay Direct TV so I may watch them. I wish they had gotten a higher star rating from you. I was really looking forward to Warm Bodies. Oh well.

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    • kindredspirit23  On June 24, 2013 at 6:32 pm

      Wait! Now, let me say this: Those ratings are two things: first they are mine. Second, they are in relationship to each other and how often I would watch them. “Warm Bodies” was a lot of fun and very interesting. I doubt I would rewatch it, but first time? Oh, yes, it’s a watcher!!!
      Scott

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      • Debra Kristi  On June 24, 2013 at 6:52 pm

        Cool. My son saw it without us and really enjoyed it. My girlfriend told me it was a waste of time. She can be a hater sometimes, though. LOL. I think Jack the Giant Slayer is on tap for tonight. Saw your top three. Thumbs up, for sure.

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  • Larry  On June 24, 2013 at 2:14 pm

    That’s a lot of movie watching! I’ll have to see some of those but it’ll be slow going as I’m not much of a fan of movie theaters. They’ll have to come out on tv for me to see them. Lol and how pathetic is that????

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    • kindredspirit23  On June 24, 2013 at 4:05 pm

      Most of the movies I watch are on DVD or the Internet. I have been going to theaters because I have a good friend and we take in one movie and a meal each weekend where we are both available. It is good company and it gets me out into the world and not stuck behind a computer. So, not pathetic at all. At least, when watching on DVD or Internet, I don’t have to think about yelling at people to sit down or turn off the phone!

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