Movie I Saw

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Plot: A documentary about an Evangelical youth camp that may do more harm than good.  
Review: As you know or should know by now, I am religious. I think that’s what makes these documentaries so interesting because from the inside looking out I can see how easy and quickly it is for religions to take advantage of people looking for answers and as someone religious I think these type of things should be exposed.  
Kidnapped for Christ is one of those documentaries.  It’s about those camps where parents can send “disobedient” kids, usually meaning gay, to out of the country camps to try and “straighten” out so to speak.  We see how these camps regulate outside the basic guidelines of camps or schools and can keep these kids for over a year even if they turn 18.  We also see how they use psychological (and hear about physical) abuse that they use to teach against the kids. It’s a bit like the movie Seven in where the kids are forced to follow the laws of god but only under threat of more abuse. One of the kids literally says “I will do whatever I have to to get home,” so I’m not sure what kind of lesson they are teaching the kids. You follow the rules or you’ll never go home.  The rules being anything from cleaning up the dishes, to not trying to contact the outside world and you quickly learn that it’s not so much about finding a way to help troubled kids and more about “getting results.” It’s a chilling look at how religion can blind you to something that is right in front of your face.  
I will say I had two very big problems against the film. The first is that about halfway the film starts to become a commercial for an organization to stop these type of camps.  While I think that this organization is important, it just kind of sits there without any natural progression. Which makes it seem odd against the theme of the film. Don’t just trust faceless organizations with very little guidelines that takes advantage of kids, except for this faceless organization with no guidelines and also look at all these kids we have for spokesmen! Maybe if it fit naturally into the story it wouldn’t feel this way but suddenly it’s five years later and we are at a meeting for no reason.  
The other problem is the director.  At the beginning, the director tells us she is also religious and wanted the film to show how much these camps help.  She’s quickly convinced otherwise and learns that these camps in the middle of a foreign country with no rules and no contact to the outside world may not be paradise! What?!?  Listen like I said I’m religious but unlike the movie I am Catholic.  So the put this in perspective, it would be like if I made a documentary to prove that priests don’t rape kids and then find out SOME DO! What!?! Not only does it ring false but it seems fake to me.  Listen I give most priests the benefit of the doubt as I truly believe that most of them are very good people.  That doesn’t mean that I have never heard of the criticism or accusations.  It follows the stereotype that religious people are super naive that I just don’t buy into.  I mean she even seems to quickly turn against the church which doesn’t fit the thread that she had never seen or even heard this before.  It rings false.  I mean maybe this was the first time she ever saw this or maybe she heard stuff but she finally had to believe when it was right in her face but I just don’t buy it.  You can be religious and rational.  It’s not one or the other. 
Other than that, I think the documentary is worth seeing.  It shines a light on one of the worst aspects of the religious community, the feeding on trust.  
Trivia: Showing on Showtime now! 

Plot: A documentary about an Evangelical youth camp that may do more harm than good.  

Review: As you know or should know by now, I am religious. I think that’s what makes these documentaries so interesting because from the inside looking out I can see how easy and quickly it is for religions to take advantage of people looking for answers and as someone religious I think these type of things should be exposed.  

Kidnapped for Christ is one of those documentaries.  It’s about those camps where parents can send “disobedient” kids, usually meaning gay, to out of the country camps to try and “straighten” out so to speak.  We see how these camps regulate outside the basic guidelines of camps or schools and can keep these kids for over a year even if they turn 18.  We also see how they use psychological (and hear about physical) abuse that they use to teach against the kids. It’s a bit like the movie Seven in where the kids are forced to follow the laws of god but only under threat of more abuse. One of the kids literally says “I will do whatever I have to to get home,” so I’m not sure what kind of lesson they are teaching the kids. You follow the rules or you’ll never go home.  The rules being anything from cleaning up the dishes, to not trying to contact the outside world and you quickly learn that it’s not so much about finding a way to help troubled kids and more about “getting results.” It’s a chilling look at how religion can blind you to something that is right in front of your face.  

I will say I had two very big problems against the film. The first is that about halfway the film starts to become a commercial for an organization to stop these type of camps.  While I think that this organization is important, it just kind of sits there without any natural progression. Which makes it seem odd against the theme of the film. Don’t just trust faceless organizations with very little guidelines that takes advantage of kids, except for this faceless organization with no guidelines and also look at all these kids we have for spokesmen! Maybe if it fit naturally into the story it wouldn’t feel this way but suddenly it’s five years later and we are at a meeting for no reason.  

The other problem is the director.  At the beginning, the director tells us she is also religious and wanted the film to show how much these camps help.  She’s quickly convinced otherwise and learns that these camps in the middle of a foreign country with no rules and no contact to the outside world may not be paradise! What?!?  Listen like I said I’m religious but unlike the movie I am Catholic.  So the put this in perspective, it would be like if I made a documentary to prove that priests don’t rape kids and then find out SOME DO! What!?! Not only does it ring false but it seems fake to me.  Listen I give most priests the benefit of the doubt as I truly believe that most of them are very good people.  That doesn’t mean that I have never heard of the criticism or accusations.  It follows the stereotype that religious people are super naive that I just don’t buy into.  I mean she even seems to quickly turn against the church which doesn’t fit the thread that she had never seen or even heard this before.  It rings false.  I mean maybe this was the first time she ever saw this or maybe she heard stuff but she finally had to believe when it was right in her face but I just don’t buy it.  You can be religious and rational.  It’s not one or the other. 

Other than that, I think the documentary is worth seeing.  It shines a light on one of the worst aspects of the religious community, the feeding on trust.  

Trivia: Showing on Showtime now! 

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Plot: Another purge night takes us out into the city where all crime is legal. 
Review: Ahh the purge takes another step towards mediocrity.  I think at one point everyone has said “the purge was a good idea that could have been fun but the first one was so dumb and should have been outside of the house!”  Well be careful what you wish for, kind of!?  
The Purge 2 is better than the first one but mostly because the first one was so bad.  Even taking it out of a single house doesn’t keep the bad characters and terrible writing that the first one had.  It also keeps the theme of teenagers being the annoying voice of reasons.  Listen hollywood if you are going to make a point don’t let the talking head a wiener kid, no one likes wiener kids not even other wiener kids.  
The message of the purge is also a big problem.  It’s not sure whether the story is that humans deep down are evil or that rich conservatives are evil.  It goes back and forth on this so much that it’s hard to take seriously.  Worse it hits you over the head with an unclear message that really hurts any fun you are having with the film.
I will say this: If you are going to watch it, watch it with an audience.  The whole crowd seemed to really like how dumb the movie was and laughing with them was the best part!  
Trivia: The success of the first film lead to this one being able to take place outside. 

Plot: Another purge night takes us out into the city where all crime is legal. 

Review: Ahh the purge takes another step towards mediocrity.  I think at one point everyone has said “the purge was a good idea that could have been fun but the first one was so dumb and should have been outside of the house!”  Well be careful what you wish for, kind of!?  

The Purge 2 is better than the first one but mostly because the first one was so bad.  Even taking it out of a single house doesn’t keep the bad characters and terrible writing that the first one had.  It also keeps the theme of teenagers being the annoying voice of reasons.  Listen hollywood if you are going to make a point don’t let the talking head a wiener kid, no one likes wiener kids not even other wiener kids.  

The message of the purge is also a big problem.  It’s not sure whether the story is that humans deep down are evil or that rich conservatives are evil.  It goes back and forth on this so much that it’s hard to take seriously.  Worse it hits you over the head with an unclear message that really hurts any fun you are having with the film.

I will say this: If you are going to watch it, watch it with an audience.  The whole crowd seemed to really like how dumb the movie was and laughing with them was the best part!  

Trivia: The success of the first film lead to this one being able to take place outside. 

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This week let’s try to see Hercules, Paper Moon, Life after Beth and Ender’s Game! 

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Plot: A send up of romantic comedies   
Review: Enjoying this movie depends on how funny you find making fun of romantic comedies.  I found the joke to be pretty funny as I watch a lot of romantic comedies for some reason I can’t explain.  So a lot of the jokes really worked for me. 
It also helped that Amy Poehler and Paul Rudd are just charming and it’s hard to not like these two. Also Cobie Smulders plays the ex-girlfriend and while she’s great there is a scene where she is in underwear that makes it hard to concentrate. Man she is like a different specimen of hotness. 
Also sorry I got side tracked. I figure if this movie sounds interesting to you in anyway you’ll like it. 
Trivia: None.

Plot: A send up of romantic comedies   

Review: Enjoying this movie depends on how funny you find making fun of romantic comedies.  I found the joke to be pretty funny as I watch a lot of romantic comedies for some reason I can’t explain.  So a lot of the jokes really worked for me. 

It also helped that Amy Poehler and Paul Rudd are just charming and it’s hard to not like these two. Also Cobie Smulders plays the ex-girlfriend and while she’s great there is a scene where she is in underwear that makes it hard to concentrate. Man she is like a different specimen of hotness. 

Also sorry I got side tracked. I figure if this movie sounds interesting to you in anyway you’ll like it. 

Trivia: None.

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Plot: A pianist must play every note right or die by an assassin holding him hostage during a concert.   
Review: I am really a fan of Elijah Wood but he does nothing here. The problem is that the movie wants to do more than it can.  It obviously had a small budget and was going for a Hitchcock thing here.   That’s fine and a when it stays in it’s budget it would have been great.  But it keeps trying to do these big pieces and thus has to rely on bad green screen and it just sucks you right out of it.  It makes it look fake and not in a stylistic way but in a “why did you keep this in here” way.  
I mean other than that the story isn’t so special. It would have been fine if it wasn’t for the terrible green screen.  
Trivia: Wood worked for three weeks to play the pianist. 

Plot: A pianist must play every note right or die by an assassin holding him hostage during a concert.   

Review: I am really a fan of Elijah Wood but he does nothing here. The problem is that the movie wants to do more than it can.  It obviously had a small budget and was going for a Hitchcock thing here.   That’s fine and a when it stays in it’s budget it would have been great.  But it keeps trying to do these big pieces and thus has to rely on bad green screen and it just sucks you right out of it.  It makes it look fake and not in a stylistic way but in a “why did you keep this in here” way.  

I mean other than that the story isn’t so special. It would have been fine if it wasn’t for the terrible green screen.  

Trivia: Wood worked for three weeks to play the pianist. 

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Plot: Cesar tries to stop war when the humans find him.   
Review: Rise of the Planet of the Apes was a surprising reboot that managed to both embrace it’s series while standing out.  It made characters of the apes and made us care about them.   Dawn of the Planet of the Apes is kind of what you thought Rise was going to be.  It’s bland, boring and it’s attempt to be serious makes you realize how silly the movie is.
Listen you can’t have it both ways.  You can’t have them be apes and then take away their sense of smell or animal instincts.  At least 3 times in this movie a major plot point would only make sense if apes didn’t have a better sense of smell than humans.  Also where Rise used your basic understanding of apes or characteristics against you, Dawn revolves in them.   You remember how Koba, the scared ape, had the story from Rise where just because he had scars didn’t mean he was evil and was in fact one of the best friends to Cesar?  Well now he’s EVIL! For no reason! Way to shit all over that plot line. Remember how Rise made us care about the apes more than the humans? Well dawn takes it one step farther by making us not care about the humans or the apes! 
Also listen summer blockbusters, it doesn’t matter how big or crazy your action scene is if we don’t care about any of the characters we don’t care what’s happening. It’s just pointless.  Dawn makes the apes dumb but worse it makes the humans dumb too.  At one point do I care about anyone.  Not only that but they are so selfish and mean (the HEROES!) that it just feels like a failure all over.  
I would have been okay with a dumb movie.  I mean it’s about Apes taking over the world so dumb isn’t that far gone.  The problem is that this movie thinks it’s smart.  It wants to have themes of father and sons, and the human condition that it just can’t pull off. Those themes are fine but when your characters have to change their motivations to get there it’s a problem.  Also if you hate the characters it’s hard to hear their themes.  
Rise was great because it rose above it’s silly premise, while Dawn drowns in it. 
Trivia: First 3D apes movie. 

Plot: Cesar tries to stop war when the humans find him.   

Review: Rise of the Planet of the Apes was a surprising reboot that managed to both embrace it’s series while standing out.  It made characters of the apes and made us care about them.   Dawn of the Planet of the Apes is kind of what you thought Rise was going to be.  It’s bland, boring and it’s attempt to be serious makes you realize how silly the movie is.

Listen you can’t have it both ways.  You can’t have them be apes and then take away their sense of smell or animal instincts.  At least 3 times in this movie a major plot point would only make sense if apes didn’t have a better sense of smell than humans.  Also where Rise used your basic understanding of apes or characteristics against you, Dawn revolves in them.   You remember how Koba, the scared ape, had the story from Rise where just because he had scars didn’t mean he was evil and was in fact one of the best friends to Cesar?  Well now he’s EVIL! For no reason! Way to shit all over that plot line. Remember how Rise made us care about the apes more than the humans? Well dawn takes it one step farther by making us not care about the humans or the apes! 

Also listen summer blockbusters, it doesn’t matter how big or crazy your action scene is if we don’t care about any of the characters we don’t care what’s happening. It’s just pointless.  Dawn makes the apes dumb but worse it makes the humans dumb too.  At one point do I care about anyone.  Not only that but they are so selfish and mean (the HEROES!) that it just feels like a failure all over.  

I would have been okay with a dumb movie.  I mean it’s about Apes taking over the world so dumb isn’t that far gone.  The problem is that this movie thinks it’s smart.  It wants to have themes of father and sons, and the human condition that it just can’t pull off. Those themes are fine but when your characters have to change their motivations to get there it’s a problem.  Also if you hate the characters it’s hard to hear their themes.  

Rise was great because it rose above it’s silly premise, while Dawn drowns in it. 

Trivia: First 3D apes movie. 

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Plot: A woman finds things aren’t what they seem in her new apartment.  
Review: The Sentinel has one thing going for it: the amazing performance of Christina Raines.  But that one thing makes the film stand out and really saves the film. Sure it has a few good scares but the story is kind of boring and predictable. But Christina Raines really sells the slowly going insane thing and it is great to watch! Dare I say she does a better job than Mia Farrow as her and Rosemary are pretty much the same role.  
I would say check it out, it’s always great when the lead of a horror movie does a great job.      
Trivia: Christina Raines cried every day while doing this so maybe all those feelings were real. 

Plot: A woman finds things aren’t what they seem in her new apartment.  

Review: The Sentinel has one thing going for it: the amazing performance of Christina Raines.  But that one thing makes the film stand out and really saves the film. Sure it has a few good scares but the story is kind of boring and predictable. But Christina Raines really sells the slowly going insane thing and it is great to watch! Dare I say she does a better job than Mia Farrow as her and Rosemary are pretty much the same role.  

I would say check it out, it’s always great when the lead of a horror movie does a great job.      

Trivia: Christina Raines cried every day while doing this so maybe all those feelings were real. 

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Plot: On the last day of senior year, a philosophy class discusses different apocalyptic scenarios that become heated debates about who lives and who dies. 
Review: The premise of the philosophers is interesting and unique so why does it feel like the creators don’t want it to be?  The film has an impressive cast including Sophie Lowe, the amazing Erin Moriarty, and Bonnie Wright! I say watch this movie as even though it falls apart by the end, it’s still interesting enough to watch once. This movie is pretty impossible to talk about with spoiling so I won’t. 
Okay so the film is basically three different scenarios with the same big pieces: there is a bunker that will keep everyone alive for one year but it can only house 10 people. The class is 20 people (21 with the teacher) so they have to decide who lives and who dies.  Each student has a card that states their occupation (other than that they are the same which we will accept for this exercise although how can someone be a 16 year old engineer is beside the point) so it’s up to them to decide what happens over that year and if they survive (the teacher is a wild care.) Now anyone who has had a philosophy discussion knows that it’s all up there in your mind. Sure they can get heated because you are arguing ideals and morals but for the most part people don’t take things personal. Not so in this movie.
Each student gets so hurt and offended when they aren’t picked that it borders on annoying.  Of course no one is going to bring in the gelato maker or the doctor who may have the ebola virus.  The fact that it’s an exercise and we keep cutting back to the classroom make it seem so silly when people get mad.  Also we are never really told what happens after this do they still stay involved in the discussion or do they put their heads down? These questions are never answered. Just the fact that they get mad makes it hard to believe that they have ever had a discussion in philosophy much less an extreme class (which I guess means ap in whatever utopian jungle this movie takes place in.) It might have worked if we had learned more about their characters but instead of characterization the director uses the same monotone robotic voice that is meant to convey smart kids for everyone. This is forgivable because the film asks some interesting questions. 
What’s not as forgivable is the weird way the film tries to fit into the three act structure of regular films. The film is interesting enough as it is when it’s about a group of not as smart as they think seniors are trying to survive real questions about morals and actions.  But the film keeps trying to put in bad guys, and have arcs about redemption that make no sense. A film can have an antagonist without him being evil.  If you look at a movie like “Before Midnight,” ideals and morals are enough to make for good tension.  We don’t need a boogie man to fight against.  Especially when you throw in a pedofile at the end for no reason.  And once they introduce the teacher as the monster to be defeated the film gets dumber. It actually has to break it’s own rules to win the day.  Not only that but the main lesson becomes “being selfish and dumb is more important than the continuation of the human race” which again would be fine if it was viewed as dumb but instead is viewed through “love finds a way” glasses. 
The film breaks the rules of a philosophy discussion, it doesn’t stick to it’s own set up and it takes things way too personal but most importantly:
Sometimes a different way of thinking is better. 
Trivia: The film is also known as After the Dark (and that’s the title that netflix uses) 

Plot: On the last day of senior year, a philosophy class discusses different apocalyptic scenarios that become heated debates about who lives and who dies. 

Review: The premise of the philosophers is interesting and unique so why does it feel like the creators don’t want it to be?  The film has an impressive cast including Sophie Lowe, the amazing Erin Moriarty, and Bonnie Wright! I say watch this movie as even though it falls apart by the end, it’s still interesting enough to watch once. This movie is pretty impossible to talk about with spoiling so I won’t. 

Okay so the film is basically three different scenarios with the same big pieces: there is a bunker that will keep everyone alive for one year but it can only house 10 people. The class is 20 people (21 with the teacher) so they have to decide who lives and who dies.  Each student has a card that states their occupation (other than that they are the same which we will accept for this exercise although how can someone be a 16 year old engineer is beside the point) so it’s up to them to decide what happens over that year and if they survive (the teacher is a wild care.) Now anyone who has had a philosophy discussion knows that it’s all up there in your mind. Sure they can get heated because you are arguing ideals and morals but for the most part people don’t take things personal. Not so in this movie.

Each student gets so hurt and offended when they aren’t picked that it borders on annoying.  Of course no one is going to bring in the gelato maker or the doctor who may have the ebola virus.  The fact that it’s an exercise and we keep cutting back to the classroom make it seem so silly when people get mad.  Also we are never really told what happens after this do they still stay involved in the discussion or do they put their heads down? These questions are never answered. Just the fact that they get mad makes it hard to believe that they have ever had a discussion in philosophy much less an extreme class (which I guess means ap in whatever utopian jungle this movie takes place in.) It might have worked if we had learned more about their characters but instead of characterization the director uses the same monotone robotic voice that is meant to convey smart kids for everyone. This is forgivable because the film asks some interesting questions. 

What’s not as forgivable is the weird way the film tries to fit into the three act structure of regular films. The film is interesting enough as it is when it’s about a group of not as smart as they think seniors are trying to survive real questions about morals and actions.  But the film keeps trying to put in bad guys, and have arcs about redemption that make no sense. A film can have an antagonist without him being evil.  If you look at a movie like “Before Midnight,” ideals and morals are enough to make for good tension.  We don’t need a boogie man to fight against.  Especially when you throw in a pedofile at the end for no reason.  And once they introduce the teacher as the monster to be defeated the film gets dumber. It actually has to break it’s own rules to win the day.  Not only that but the main lesson becomes “being selfish and dumb is more important than the continuation of the human race” which again would be fine if it was viewed as dumb but instead is viewed through “love finds a way” glasses. 

The film breaks the rules of a philosophy discussion, it doesn’t stick to it’s own set up and it takes things way too personal but most importantly:

Sometimes a different way of thinking is better. 

Trivia: The film is also known as After the Dark (and that’s the title that netflix uses

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Plot: The older CIA agents must once again save the world from sins of their past.   
Review: The Red franchise continues to be a somewhat enjoyable and instantly forgettable series of films that’s best compliment would be that it’s harmless.  I seriously am straining to think of anything at all to say about it and am coming up blank.  It’s just kind of there for you to watch on saturdays on the USA network.   
Trivia: Red 3 is being written now. 

Plot: The older CIA agents must once again save the world from sins of their past.   

Review: The Red franchise continues to be a somewhat enjoyable and instantly forgettable series of films that’s best compliment would be that it’s harmless.  I seriously am straining to think of anything at all to say about it and am coming up blank.  It’s just kind of there for you to watch on saturdays on the USA network.   

Trivia: Red 3 is being written now. 

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Plot: A man goes to Puerto Rico to team up with a shady online gambling organization.  
Review: Runner Runner has one thing going on for it: Ben Affleck being Bruce Wayne.  Runner Runner proves that Affleck can manage to be a rich guy and still be a menace! I’m now more excited for him playing Batman than I already was.  
Other than that, the movie is just kind of there. Nothing really matters or has any purpose. It just goes from scene to scene with any real direction. Also it has the same problem as the Signal.
Listen filmmakers: if all you’re characters are dicks, we aren’t going to care about them! Anthony Mackie plays the FBI agent that wants to take Affleck down! He does this by threatening to kill Timberlake at every turn even pointing a gun at him.  At one point he says he doesn’t even care about the law and just does this to get his rocks off. I thought that he was going to get his just deserves or that Timberlake was going to get him and Affleck to both get in trouble but no this terrible agent and human being is supposed to be a good guy.  So why are we rooting for anyone again? 
Runner Runner could have been a cool thriller set in the now but instead it’s just a bland boring film that gives us nothing. Thank God Ben Affleck is here to at least make it watchable. 
Trivia: None.

Plot: A man goes to Puerto Rico to team up with a shady online gambling organization.  

Review: Runner Runner has one thing going on for it: Ben Affleck being Bruce Wayne.  Runner Runner proves that Affleck can manage to be a rich guy and still be a menace! I’m now more excited for him playing Batman than I already was.  

Other than that, the movie is just kind of there. Nothing really matters or has any purpose. It just goes from scene to scene with any real direction. Also it has the same problem as the Signal.

Listen filmmakers: if all you’re characters are dicks, we aren’t going to care about them! Anthony Mackie plays the FBI agent that wants to take Affleck down! He does this by threatening to kill Timberlake at every turn even pointing a gun at him.  At one point he says he doesn’t even care about the law and just does this to get his rocks off. I thought that he was going to get his just deserves or that Timberlake was going to get him and Affleck to both get in trouble but no this terrible agent and human being is supposed to be a good guy.  So why are we rooting for anyone again? 

Runner Runner could have been a cool thriller set in the now but instead it’s just a bland boring film that gives us nothing. Thank God Ben Affleck is here to at least make it watchable. 

Trivia: None.

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