Doom.

Dwayne Johnson.

It took me 15 years to watch it. I would have liked the story. But I hate the light. Too much scenes are in the dark, I feel absolutely no pleasure in watching almost blank screen. It's like japanese porn with pixelized images with loud music as background.
If I knew, I'd skipped the first 50 minutes.
If I knew, I'd have not watched it.

Colony.

Serie, Josh Holloway, Sarah Wayne Callies.

Finished season 1. I enjoyed. The story happens after a successful alien invasion and occupation but wouldn't show how these aliens look like, that was brilliant.
Dilemnas.
The hero must do a good job at fighting the resistance while saving his family especially his wife who is involved. The two protect each other while seemingly battling in the opposite side.

Given the serie aired in 2016, Wikipedia article spoils.
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Colony_(

Skyscrapper.

Dwayne Johnson.

Could be a good movie for kids. Amputating a foot to "The Rock" during the whole movie was a bad choice IMHO. It was a pain to see the hero with an artificial leg.

Forsaken.

Marisa Drummond. (And absolutely not the Keither Sutherland one ;) )

This one apparently had difficulty in transforming a true story into a captivating movie. It became so classic and fade, in my taste.

I'm in love with a church girl.

Ja Rule.

Following my wish to take distance from SF, I've watched 3 "religious" movies. Ja Rule as a bad guy, in love with a really godly girl. This one had a side effect of making me judge other's way to believe. I'm uncomfortable with that (feeling of guilt for judging). Appreciated the scene where he spoke angrily to God, though. I think true relationship comes with strong words, sometimes.

Final note: a so so.

Apostle.

Dan Stevens.

Horror, Fantastic, Violent, Gore. To the extreme.

I enjoyed.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apostle_

Hubie Halloween.

Adam Sandler.

Well, Adam Sandler, as he always used to be. So much details I didn't follow about the scenario. The movie claimed to be a comedy horror, but, it didn't make me laugh or afraid. Nonetheless, I saw in it some message about why certain persons choose to be cruel, and how it ended managed to surprise me, so I liked it for that.

I'm thinking of ending things.

(Jesse Plemmons, Jessie Buckley).

"Du Charlie Kaufman". Either you understand or not. I didn't. Maybe because I don't speak english but I watched it in english audio with english subtitle. While writing this, I was searching for its english title, and saw ratings and explanations of other persons (who understood and spoiled).

Watched it till the end though, and while watching my feeling was that I'm thinking of ending watching.

Not interested in re-watching.

The perfect guy.

(Sanaa Lathan)

Although every behavior of "the perfect guy" was predictable, the offensive and the aggressiveness of the victim were warming. Apart from that, everything else is déjà-vu.

Far from the great movies you'll want to re-watch, I recommend to watch if you have nothing else in your watchlist :)

Enola Holmes.

(Milly Bobby Brown)

El (as Eleven) of "Stranger Things" grown up and no longer boyish was what made me like this movie. It was a pain for me to finish season 2 of Stranger Things and I think I won't be watching a single episode of Season 3.

Enola Holmes seems to have rescued the career of Milly Bobby Brown, I'd like to watch the next movie of hers.

Emily in Paris.

Serie. Lily Collins.

Pleasant. For me. But it appears others hate the clichés, the arrogance ...

Come Sunday.

(Chiwetel Ejiofor, Jason Segel, Danny Glover)

Disclaimer : I'm not an atheist, and I'm not an advocate of LGBTQ+ concerns. (story is not about lgbt)

I liked. Generally I don't quite like films inspired from true story but this one captivated me, somehow. Jason Segel outside of "How I Met Your Mother" was nice. With a religious role ... disruptive.

Bright.

(Will Smith)

The story was not that bright. Was difficult for me to understand its world. Took time to understand what I would expect from the movie.

Made me realize there's too much Sci-Fi suggested to me because I've watched some. So, need to look for a totally different genre now.

I am mother.

My note 4/10

I would probably have rated it 7 or 8 of 10 if it was a short movie of 25 minutes. But 2 hours was too long for it. Watching it while on lockdown is a very very bad idea.

But if you ever wondered what would be Baywatch's Pamela Anderson running on the beach if she was a robot and the beach was a fortress' lab, then you'll like this movie ... or not.

Glitch.

I've only watched season 1 because that's what's available in my country at the moment. I've seen this before Santa Clarita Diet, and maybe this is the reason why this latter popped up.

Australian serie seeing 6 dead people coming back to life near their grave. Not humoristic, it's difficult for me to accept the story seriously, but I liked the characters, and I managed to finish the 6 episodes with lots of "let's assume..."

Improbable fiction with some unresolved plots so far..

The Kissing Booth.

- Did I really enjoyed it ? No
- Did I find something extraordinary, original? No
- Did I regret spending time watching it? No
- Do I want to watch The Kissing Booth 2? Probably Not.

So, what's wrong? Maybe the story smells something déjà-vu, stereotype. I happen to like these kind of teen romance though.

I love morbid humor.

I took delight in watching Santa Clarita Diet. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Santa_Cl

After having finished season 1, I was a bit disappointed by the fact that the season ended in cliffhanger. I find it unfair for a serie to not properly conclude one season. (Pushing fans to watch next season is unfair, IMHO)

Then I looked at reviews to find that the serie was canceled after season 3, who itself ended in cliffhanger.

Presenting myself.

I am not a cinephile, I just like watching movies. 40, I live in Madagascar. Main account is dot at mastodon.mg, laserdisc.party one is dedicated to say what I think about films/series I am watch. Hope to find one day a profile who used to like the same pattern of movies I enjoy, so that I'll try the titles this profile would recommend.

My taste about movies and shows is somewhat different and weird sometimes, though.

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