Movie Review: Daddy’s Home

Hey everyone! Sorry I’ve been a little bit MIA the last few days. I’m not going to use any excuses for filler posts. Today I went and saw Daddy’s Home.

Movie Title: Daddy’s Home

Release Date: December 25th, 2015 (USA)

Movie Rating: PG 13 (Originally PG)

My Rating: 8.5/10 stars

IMDb Rating: 6.6/10

Movie Trailer:


My Thoughts and Others:

I thought it was a great movie. Some parts made me think it was closely rated to R not PG 13. Many rated it very low. I’m not a film critic but I think people were being too picky. There were some very mature sequences and lots and lots of language. I recommend seeing this only if you can handle the language and amounts of suggestive behavior. Definitely not for young children but there were at least a couple of kids in the movie. These links below may not influence your decision but it’ll give you professional opinions. Most I don’t agree with. Will Ferrell was of course funny and Mark Walberg seemed to be more of the serious guy this time.

IMDb

Rotten Tomatoes


I don’t want to spoil too much so this is my review. Daddy’s Home was a great movie but had quite a few questionable parts.

What are your thoughts on Daddy’s Home? Let Me Know!

Thanks for reading and stay tuned for more movie reviews!

This will be the last one till 2016.

~Makayla the Bookworm 😀

 

Movie Review: Star Wars The Force Awakens

Hey everyone! It’s been such a long time since I’ve done a movie review! Sunday night, I had the pleasure of seeing my first 3D movie. The movie also happened to be Star Wars VII or Star Wars: The Force Awakens.

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This was my first 3D movie as well as my first Star Wars movie. I know, I know, I should’ve watched the others so I knew what was going on blah blah blah. O f course, I didn’t. There was some new characters and a seriously bada** protagonist named Rey. I can’t spoil anything but she does some amazing things and kicks some butt.


 Movie Trailer:

This is what I would (a.k.a. Google) calls the official trailer. I recommend watching it if you haven’t so you can see a bit of what the movies like. If you’ve seen this several times, you can watch it again of course xD

 


My Rating and Thoughts:

My Rating: 8/10 stars

IMDb Rating: 8.7/10 stars

My reactions and thoughts in Star Wars memes and more memes:


That’s my review of Star Wars VII! I definitely recommend this movie! I rated it 8/10 because I’m not into Sci-Fi or else it would’ve gotten a 10/10 or even 11/10.

Thanks for reading and stay tuned for more movie reviews next year XD

Are you going to see the movie? Let me know! If you’ve already seen it, let me know what you thought. No matter what, NO SPOILERS! I don’t want to ruin anyone’s movie experience.

~Makayla the Bookworm 😀

 

 

 

Paper Towns: Movie Review

Hi everyone! Today I’m bringing you a new movie review. Today I went and saw Paper Towns. I’ll give you a basic summary that doesn’t give away too much (Just in case you haven’t read the book or seen the movie yet.)

Summary:

Margo Roth Spiegelman and Quentin Jacobson were friends as kids. As they grow up, they also grow farther and farther apart. Little does Margo know, Quentin has eyes for her and always has. As the end of High School and graduation loom closer, Margo and Quentin have been complete strangers. Until one night when Margo appears at Quentin’s window to ask a favor. He has to help her give some people a taste of their own medicine. For the first time ever, Q or Quentin feels confident and comfortable. The next morning he wakes up and Margo isn’t at school that day. Or the next. Or the next. “Margo Roth Spiegelman loved mysteries so much she became one” Quentin and his crew must work to find out where Margo has run off to.

Movie: Paper Towns based off a novel written by John Green

Length: 1 hr. and 52 minutes (roughly)

Rating: PG 13

Average rating: 7.1/10

My rating: 8/10

I totally recommend this movie for someone who loves romance, adventure, and some humor. Whether you read the book or not, this movie will definitely satisfy.

I hope you check out the second movie based off a book written by John Green. It’s rated PG 13 because of partial nudity, drinking by teens, language and the smallest amount of sexuality. I’m 13-16 and it’s nothing I haven’t heard before. Great movie but probably not for anyone younger then 13 (It is rated PG 13 for a reason!)

Thanks for reading and Stay tuned for my first What I’m Reading Wednesday’s post tomorrow.

If you’ve seen Paper Towns or read the book, let me know what you thought of it in the comments!

~Makayla the Bookworm 🙂

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