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Jonathan OyamaElektra

10 hours ago

For some stupid reason, I want to watch this movie, just to see how stupid it gets. I can't remember much of this film. I'd like to refresh my memory, just to see how bad it gets. I'm pretty sure that it was pretty darned bad.

Elektra

Elektra is a 2005 superhero film directed by Rob Bowman. It is a spin-off from the 2003 film Daredevil, starring the Marvel comics character Elektra Natchios (played by Jennifer Garner). The story follows Elektra, an international assassin whose weapon of...

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Jonathan Oyama wrote his opinion about Mamma Mia!

10 hours ago

Mamma Mia...Pierce Brosnan and Meryl Streep can't sing. At all. I'd like to kill the idiot who created a broadway play based on ABBA songs. I'd also like to kill the idiots who joined this cast so that they could sing and act terribly. Finally, I'd like to kill all the fans who actually enjoyed this piece of s***. The story wasn't that engaging to begin with, but the glowing Hollywood treatment of elevating this into an almighty hunk of trash is even more insulting.

Score: 1.5 (Abysmal!)

Jonathan Oyama wrote his opinion about Spider-Man 3

11 hours ago

No, this wasn't the worst movie of all time, but man, it was weird. Spider-Man 3 introduced "emo" Peter Parker. It also included a creepy romance scene between Mary Jane and Harry Osborn with cheesy smiling, cooking in the kitchen and dancing to "The Twist"? And...lots of romantic cheating. Geez. Near the end, Spider-Man killed Venom by playing music with some construction pipe. It was an anti-climactic ending that nearly killed all hope for continuing the Spider-Man franchise.

Score: 3.0 (Bad!)

Husky Wing In response to this not being the worst movie of all time: honestly, it might just be the *best*. Right?

5 hours ago

Jonathan Oyama ranked Dragonball Evolution and 3 more pages into Least Favorite Movies of All-Time

11 hours ago

Dragonball Evolution

Dragonball Evolution is a 2009 live-action adventure fiction film directed and co-written by James Wong. The film is loosely based on the Japanese Dragon Ball manga by Akira Toriyama, and stars Justin Chatwin as Goku, Emmy Rossum as Bulma, James Marsters....

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Jonathan Oyama wrote his opinion about The Patriot

11 hours ago

In The Patriot, Mel Gibson raised his middle finger in this face of realism. Sure, the combat follows all sorts of Gibson's action movie cliches. But let's face it, we just wanted to see Mel Gibson kill a bunch of people because...Hollywood!

Score: 5.0 (Average!)

Jonathan Oyama wrote his opinion about Dragonball Evolution

11 hours ago

Here's an action movie that just ruined all the potential of Chow Yun-Fat by slapping him and a few other Asian actors into some storyline that's very loosely based on an anime show. The director and the cast somehow found a way to make intense anime combat look like a sad joke. I mean, there wasn't much hope in this movie to begin with, but Jesus Christ...

Score: 1.5 (Abysmal!)

Jonathan Oyama wrote his opinion about Jeepers Creepers

11 hours ago

Jeepers Creepers, this movie is terrible. I think the story had something to do with a bat called a creeper? The whole movie hinged itself a miserable CGI bat and a bunch of campy sight gags. It certainly is creepy, but the dialogue is full of overused horror cliches. The ending just left me wondering why the hell I wasted my time watching this.

Score: 2.5 (Terrible!)

Jonathan Oyama wrote his opinion about Red Tails

11 hours ago

Just when everyone thought that Lucas was finished with making films, he released this insulting attempt to honor the African-American Tuskegee Airmen in World War 2. The movie is filled with cheap one-liners ripped straight from Top Gun and the Star Wars films. The green-screen fight reenactments are terrible and the characters are bland and one-dimensional. Even the racial relations in this movie are glossed over as simple 90s misunderstandings with hardly any complexity. All in all, this whole thing is a two-hour bore.

Score: 1.5 (Abysmal!)

Jonathan Oyama wrote his opinion about Pearl Harbor

11 hours ago

Director Michael Bay thought that he could try to make an epic war movie with the massive visual effects of Titanic. So he made Pearl Harbor, one of the worst war movies of all time. There's a campy love triangle, a terrible inaccurate reenactment of the Pearl Harbor attack and an even worse recreation of the U.S. bombing runs. All this ends with some stupid final scene where Ben Affleck is killing an entire Japanese army with a freaking pistol. Aside from the patriotic bravado, this movie is crap. It still isn't as bad as George Lucas's "Red Tails" film.

Score: 2.0 (Terrible!)

Jonathan Oyama rated Star Wars: Episode II - Attack...

11 hours ago

Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones

Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones is a 2002 American epic space opera film directed by George Lucas and written by Lucas and Jonathan Hales. It is the second installment of the Star Wars prequel trilogy, and stars Ewan McGregor, Natalie Portman...

Score: 4.0 (Meh!) - Rank it!