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Twenty Three Reviews (January up)

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I will review films in the order they are being released.Rating scale is equal of Metascore.

A or A+

100

A-

91

B+

83

B

75

B-

67

C+

58

C

50

C-

42

D+

33

D

25

D-

16

F+

8

F or F-

0

 

Samara – Good but not great, very good performances of the actors, good direction, but the pace was not very pro, I felt that the movie was rushed in its 85 minutes. B- More reviews coming ...

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I am really happy with that samara review. Most my films have been getting average reviews this quarter. And it finally looks like I made some good acting choices for a film

For sure, I'm looking forward to the next movies.

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... what scenes in the credits?

This, but it did not affect greatly the grade.

The three then ride off into the sunrise as the words THE END appear on screen.Tom and Martin’s horses suddenly vaporize into thin air as the credits begin to roll. They look down and find themselves back in the clothes they were in when this first began, and without tans. Martin licks his re-established tooth, while Tom blinks his returned eye in delight. They look at the credits and see names go by that unrecognizable. Suddenly, they hear a voice. The voice claims that he is the director of the picture they were just in, and they have a very important choice to make. A door appears in front of them. The Director explains that if they go through the door, they’ll be back in modern times. If they don’t enter the door by the end of the credits, they can live in the West forever as the Two Desperados, with Flint as their partner in crime. The choice is individually theirs. Martin tells Tom he’s staying with Flint. The West is the only place he’s ever been actual success, and there’s nothing Tom can say to change his decision. Tom understands, but he tells Martin that he himself needs to go back. He’s missed Mary for so long and he can’t just leave her. Martin understands, and lets Tom go. However, Tom sticks around for a few seconds, and gives Martin the best bro hug ever. Tom then walks to the door, and looks back at Martin. They smile at each other as Tom enters the door.Tom wakes up in his bed in a mirror shot to where he originally fell asleep. (The aspect ratio has returned to its original state.) Tom wonders to himself if it was a dream. He grabs his cell phone and calls Tom. A woman answers, and Tom says sorry, he must have the wrong number. He looks on his bedside and sees a DVD there titled “The Thin, the Fat, and the Felon: A True Story.” He puts the DVD in, and sees it was in the adventure he just had, as the film opens with the Two Desperados waking up in the Old West. He then turns around to his shelf of movies, seeing there is a series of ten westerns with Flint and Martin. He is kind of confused but the doorbell suddenly rings. Tom goes to answer the doorbell, and someone who looks like Martin (still played by Nick Frost) in a suit is there. The man says hello in an American accent, and says that his great-great-grandfather gave a specific request to come give the proprietor of this house a letter on this date and time. Tom comments that that’s very Back-to-the-Future-y, and the man shrugs, saying he thought so too, but it was a good way to give an excuse at work for a paid vacation to the U.K. Tom boggles at that, asking what kind of job gives a paid vacation overseas just to finish up an ancestor’s dirty work. The man doesn’t really have an answer and his phone suddenly rings. “Shit! It’s my boss,” he exclaims. Tom wishes him luck as the man leaves. Tom opens the letter, and reads that Martin had a great life as one of the West’s greatest outlaws. He eventually found a wife too, and started a family. Martin’s letter says that he has left Tom a bit of his illustrious estate (the monetary value of the gold they first stole) and thanks Tom for being the best friend he ever had, and the one true Desperado. Tom smiles at this as we zoom in the TV behind Tom. We then cut back to Martin and Flint riding off into the sunset, as THE END appears again.

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This, but it did not affect greatly the grade.

The three then ride off into the sunrise as the words THE END appear on screen.Tom and Martin’s horses suddenly vaporize into thin air as the credits begin to roll. They look down and find themselves back in the clothes they were in when this first began, and without tans. Martin licks his re-established tooth, while Tom blinks his returned eye in delight. They look at the credits and see names go by that unrecognizable. Suddenly, they hear a voice. The voice claims that he is the director of the picture they were just in, and they have a very important choice to make. A door appears in front of them. The Director explains that if they go through the door, they’ll be back in modern times. If they don’t enter the door by the end of the credits, they can live in the West forever as the Two Desperados, with Flint as their partner in crime. The choice is individually theirs. Martin tells Tom he’s staying with Flint. The West is the only place he’s ever been actual success, and there’s nothing Tom can say to change his decision. Tom understands, but he tells Martin that he himself needs to go back. He’s missed Mary for so long and he can’t just leave her. Martin understands, and lets Tom go. However, Tom sticks around for a few seconds, and gives Martin the best bro hug ever. Tom then walks to the door, and looks back at Martin. They smile at each other as Tom enters the door.Tom wakes up in his bed in a mirror shot to where he originally fell asleep. (The aspect ratio has returned to its original state.) Tom wonders to himself if it was a dream. He grabs his cell phone and calls Tom. A woman answers, and Tom says sorry, he must have the wrong number. He looks on his bedside and sees a DVD there titled “The Thin, the Fat, and the Felon: A True Story.” He puts the DVD in, and sees it was in the adventure he just had, as the film opens with the Two Desperados waking up in the Old West. He then turns around to his shelf of movies, seeing there is a series of ten westerns with Flint and Martin. He is kind of confused but the doorbell suddenly rings. Tom goes to answer the doorbell, and someone who looks like Martin (still played by Nick Frost) in a suit is there. The man says hello in an American accent, and says that his great-great-grandfather gave a specific request to come give the proprietor of this house a letter on this date and time. Tom comments that that’s very Back-to-the-Future-y, and the man shrugs, saying he thought so too, but it was a good way to give an excuse at work for a paid vacation to the U.K. Tom boggles at that, asking what kind of job gives a paid vacation overseas just to finish up an ancestor’s dirty work. The man doesn’t really have an answer and his phone suddenly rings. “Shit! It’s my boss,” he exclaims. Tom wishes him luck as the man leaves. Tom opens the letter, and reads that Martin had a great life as one of the West’s greatest outlaws. He eventually found a wife too, and started a family. Martin’s letter says that he has left Tom a bit of his illustrious estate (the monetary value of the gold they first stole) and thanks Tom for being the best friend he ever had, and the one true Desperado. Tom smiles at this as we zoom in the TV behind Tom. We then cut back to Martin and Flint riding off into the sunset, as THE END appears again.

Ohh...

Sorry if it wasn't clear, but that's not actually the credits. Those are the credits of the in-film movie 

"The Thin, The Fat, and The Felon: A True Story." Once Tom enters  the door, it returns to being the film, and after THE END appears again, the actual credits of the movie begin.

 

Thanks for the review btw!

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Ohh...

Sorry if it wasn't clear, but that's not actually the credits. Those are the credits of the in-film movie 

"The Thin, The Fat, and The Felon: A True Story." Once Tom enters  the door, it returns to being the film, and after THE END appears again, the actual credits of the movie begin.

 

Thanks for the review btw!

Aahh, I understand now. You're welcome.

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