I have no idea why Netflix makes it so hard to browse the different genres on their site. I started to look into it when it wanted to find movies from smaller countries in South America or the Middle-East but couldn’t in any easy way. Netflix will only recommend specific movies and genres if you’ve […]
So on this page I collect Movies/TV Shows I didn’t finish … because you know, life’s too short! I have so many movies and TV shows I want to see so I don’t have time looking through an entire movie that starts out bad.
10/10 … You could put this movie in the Sci-Fi, Comedy, Coming-of-Age or the Horror category, but to me this is just a perfect movie and I wouldn’t change a thing. It’s fun, it has some scares, it’s fast paced and even do the kids that the movie is about, are obnoxious little shits, you get to like them. A really original script and it seems strange to me that it took the director, Joe Cornish 8 years before he made another movie. The lovely Jodie Whittaker (as Sam) is just amazing and the always funny Nick Frost kills it.
6/10 … Meep is the host of this podcast, and he is a very nice and warm host with a passion for 1980’s movies. And I really like people who’s not pretentious and can have a teen comedy on top of his best list and don’t feel the need to have something ”Oscars” there. When he’s joined by Jon Donahue it’s where it shines. Funny comments back and forth and both really passioned about movies. With that said, some episodes are unlistenable, like when he has his friend Jeffrey joining him. Try to listen to Episode 53: 1979 Movie Favourites, he has absolutly nothing to say and I couldn’t even finish the episode.
7/10 … I am a sucker for movies made by people who actually thinks they do a good job, but the result is terrible, and Jesus f**kin Christ is this a train crash. The director is Bruno Mattei (here as Vincent Dawn) so you know you’re in for quality 😂.
Here I collect every short review I made on Sci-Fi movies. To see another genre look at the index page. You find it here! I will confess, I’m not a fan of “out in space” sci-fi movies like Star Wars or Star Trek, but I love movies when it’s more down here on our planet like Ex-Machina, Edge of Tomorrow, District 9, Attack the Block and so on.