The Last Eight Movies I’ve Watched

After watching all eight of these movies, I have to say they were all decent to watch even though some were better than others. I recently saw Tom Hanks comment on people especially young people who they hated a movie because of this or that. His point was do you really hate the movie that much. He mentioned hate should be reserved for really vile things such as murder (paraphrasing here). What he said is true in most ways. I’m not going to go too much in depth about each movie, but I will list which one I liked more in comparison.

Red Cliff (2008) is your typical early century kingdoms battling each other before they became modern Asian countries we know today. I personally didn’t think it didn’t have enough fighting scenes and was okay.

Paranoia (2013) is your typical man or woman hired by a greedy corporation and trying to find a way out of the mess he or she has been put into (at no fault of their own). I enjoyed watching this movie more for the mind tricks and games being played.

The King’s Man (2021) is a trilogy about a spy organization saving the world from death and destruction. it would’ve made more sense to watch this last instead of first. I enjoyed watching this movie more for its action scenes and story lines.

Prospect (2018) is about greed and survival while living in semi unknown territory such as outer space. This was a decent movie too but in a different kind of light.

The Internship (2013) is about two former salespeople that need a new gig and quick. Hence, an internship with a whole bunch of younger and smarter graduates wanting the prestige and power of being the winning team at Google.

Journey to the West (2013) is one of the weirdest mythology and folklore movies I’ve seen. I enjoyed watching this more for its ridiculous, fighting, and fantasy elements.

Alita: Battle Angel (2019) is about a man grieving over the loss of his daughter in a time of machines and cyborgs during a time of everyone for him or herself.

The Personal History of David Copperfield (2019) is about the economic hardship during the 1840s of an orphan in England. I enjoyed watching this more for its story line and acting.

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