I See You
I See You is a thriller/mystery movie that was release on December 6, 2019. When a twelve year old boy goes missing, Greg Harper (Jon Tenney), and investigator, lead him to investigate the missing boy. He struggles with balancing the pressure of the investigation and problems with his wife Jackie (Helen Hunt). With this happening some “phroggers” invade his home and interfere with their lives.
I would give this movie a 3 out of 5. I gave I See You a 3 because sometimes it didn’t really make sense. But, I did like the plot of the movie and the actors. If you don’t really like scary movies that make you jump but are still scary this is a good movie to watch. In conclusion, I think that this movie is good, but needs some minor changes.
This Netflix Original revolves around 2 brothers, Dean and Sam Winchester who are raised by their father John who is a monster hunter. Mary, their mother, was murdered by an evil supernatural creature when the brothers were young. About 22 years later, the brothers set out on a journey to find their recently missing father, fighting evil along the way. When they meet up with their father he reveals that he knows what demon had killed their mother and has found a way to kill it. Along the way Sam starts to develop a mysterious ability called deaf vision (visions of people dying before it happens). Somehow these visions are connected to the demon his mother and his evil plans that seem to include Sam.
I would give this show a 4.5 out of because unlike most monster hunting shows, this show is not cringe worthy. I like the show because some of the supernatural creatures have an interesting back story and are cool. I would definitely recommend this show to someone who likes suspense, horror, and traumatic events.
One of the most well-known Christmas movies in the world:
Home Alone is a PG movie about a young boy named Kevin McCallister. He made a scene the night before his family was supposed to leave for Paris, and his mother made him sleep in the attic. Not being able to hear them leave, Kevin was left alone at home. When his family realizes he is gone, his mother desperately tries to reach him. While Kevin is home alone, two robbers break into his house. Since he’s alone he protects his house.
I rate this movie a 5 out of 5 because it is a really good movie. It has a good balance of comedy and seriousness. This has been one of my favorite movies growing up, and I really enjoy watching it. Another reason why I like this movie is because of the contraptions Kevin makes to protect his home. This movie is a classic, and it is really worth watching.
Bored of watching Hallmark movies? Turn on Elf, a Christmas movie
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Elf is one of America’s most beloved Christmas movies. This movies stars Will Ferrell, and many more famous faces. This show is PG due to adult content, and some mild language. Elf is filled with characters being themselves, and showing perseverance. The storyline starts out with an orphaned baby, that crawls into Santa’s red present sack. This baby is raised as an elf at the North Pole, and his name is Buddy. He soon realizes that life as a large elf is very hard, and Buddy starts thinking about the possibilities of him not being an elf. Buddy hastily finds out that he is no elf, but a grown man. When he takes this in, he starts his journey in finding his birth father. This movie is a laugh-out-loud, and somewhat of a romance. This movie really shows how life as raised human-elf is very hard. In my opinion this movie never gets old no matter many times I watch it.
I would definitely rate this movie five stars. I love how Buddy (the main character) is not afraid to express himself no matter what people are thinking. I believe the world would be a better place if we all acted like Buddy the elf. Please have a Merry Christmas and don’t forget to be a Buddy, but most importantly watch the movie first.
Ponyo is a movie made by Studio Ghibli, a well-known Japanese animation studio and the animators of several other amazing movies. The movie starts with a five-year-old boy named Sosuke at the beach he lives on with his mother, finding a tiny goldfish with a human face stuck in a jar on the coast. He releases it from the jar and takes it in to take care of it, naming it Ponyo. It’s revealed that Ponyo is a magic fish and the daughter of a man named Fujimoto who had abandoned his life as a human to take on magic and to care for his wife and Ponyo’s mother, the spirit of the ocean and named Granmamare. Fujimoto takes her back from Sosuke, but as the story progresses, Ponyo continuously professes her desire to be a human girl, against her father’s wishes. She sneaks out from her father’s home again and takes on a four-year-old human form using her magic to be with Sosuke. Granmamare convinces her Fujimoto to let her become fully human if Sosuke’s love for Ponyo is true using a test. Sosuke passes the test and the movie ends with Ponyo and Sosuke on land sharing a small kiss that turns her into a human girl permanently.
The movie’s animations of the beach scenery and characters are beautiful, and the components of the storyline and characters are very creative. Studio Ghibli never fails to share an amazing story through their wonderful animations. This movie is also one for all ages to enjoy and is very popular among all ages, as well. Ponyo is definitely recommended to those who enjoy heartwarming stories and beautiful art in an anime style (Japanese cartoon art style).