Showing posts from January, 2016

"Dirty Grandpa" Is Deliciously Vile! {Grade of A}

Absolutely hysterical! I am so glad that this was the first movie that I saw in 2016! This is DEFINITELYthe type of film to begin any new year off with! Zac Efron was just as funny as Robert DeNiro! From Team Hornets, to cock blocks, to golf cocks, to fingers in the butt and genitalia to great sex and so much for master baiters! I was amazed at the crude and sexual humor displayed in this movie. 

The things I saw DeNiro say and do, I was like the name of this movie does NOT do it any justice at all! I will be buying this movie when it comes out on BluRay! I felt that I was watching another X-geriatric version of "Neighbors." There is NOTHING NOTHING NOTHING that I can say bad about this movie except that the grandpa is a bad old boy! Bad! Bad! Bad! Very naughty in a hysterical sort of a way! Efron & DeNiro have the on-screen chemistry in the film. 

Julianne Hough's character was a piece of work- she would make anyone do to her what the grandfather was doing to the gran…

"The Boy" Dies! {Grade of D}

The movie started off really slow and then it gradually picked up the momentum and a tad bit of suspense. There were only two moments throughout the entire films that "attempted" to scare me with the very USUAL music.

I never jumped, but a few people did gasp and scream/yell. I always tend to find that funny than scary. The film reminded me of the film, Dead Silence in certain ways because the film was based on a porcelain doll. About the last 20-25 minutes of the film- the movie did a total 180 and headed in another direction that I was not even ready for nor did I see coming.

I guess the writers wanted to start off dumb & mediocre- the ending was with a bang because boy  leaves you wondering and guessing- a concept that all movies should have to keep the attention of its audiences! In conclusion, the film was average. 

I would not rave and brave on it; but I will will commend the last 20-25 minutes as I said. Those last few minutes was the climax and highlight of the enti…