2015 Total: 47
In the Heart of the Sea – 12/12/2015 – Theater – Quite an entertaining tale. Nothing amazing, but it kept my attention from start to finish.
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2 – 11/27/2015 – Theater – This one was better than Part 1, but only fair in my book. I’m very over these movies. I think the main problem for me was not caring about Katniss. I didn’t find her likable in the movies, whereas I didn’t have that problem with the books.
Spotlight – 11/20/2015 – Theater – Great movie! Definitely worth watching. Eye-opening and sad.
Spectre – 11/8/2015 – Theater – Pretty much as expected.
Preview Screening – 11/5/2015 – Theater
The Intern – 10/1/2015 – Theater – This movie had a pretty bad message and was not very good.
Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials – 9/19/2015 – Theater – If you read the book, this will seem like a completely different story. Huh?
Preview Screening – 9/17/2015 – Theater
Preview Screening – 9/3/2015 – Theater
American Ultra – 8/24/2015 – Theater – Average movie. Average isn’t always bad!
Preview Screening – 7/16/2015 – Theater
Inside Out – 6/27/2015 – Theater – This is one of my least favorite Pixar films, but it was still enjoyable enough.
Jurassic World – 6/20/2015 – Theater – Fun movie, but obviously not even close to the original. But good effort!
Spy – 6/5/2015 – Theater – Loved it!
Preview Screening – 5/27/2015 – Theater
Tomorrowland – 5/25/2015 – Theater – So, apparently a lot of people didn’t like this movie. I did! I thought all of the kid actors were great, including the 25-year-old “teenager“. I guess because it’s Disney people were expecting more? But I enjoyed it.
Pitch Perfect 2 – 5/16/2015 – Theater – Was the first one a thousand times better? Yes! Did this one still make me giggle? Yes.
Avengers: Age of Ultron – 5/8/2015 – Theater – Yikes, a bit of a snoozefest. How much longer will they keep churning out these superhero movies (that are ALL the same)? I guess until people like me stop paying money to see them.
The Age of Adaline – 5/2/2015 – Theater – Cute little movie. Nothing spectacular, but enjoyable.
Furious Seven – 4/18/2015 – Theater – You know exactly what you’re going to get with this movie. Uh… cars, ladies and cheesy lines. Oh yeah, and a battle to see which star has the biggest muscles. (Duh, Mr. Johnson.) You also get a nice tribute to Paul Walker.
Preview Screening – 4/16/2015 – Theater
Preview Screening – 3/30/2015 – Theater
The Librarian: Quest for the Spear – 3/21/2015 – Instant Download – Is this a good movie? No. Is it fun? Yes (and cheesy). They even made two more and a TV series out of it! (Which I will get around to watching some day.)
Run All Night – 3/20/2015 – Theater – As Ross said while leaving the theater, “A solid Neeson movie.” I wasn’t sure if he was being sarcastic, but I did enjoy it. And it turns out that he did mean it (non-sarcastically). I think. Now I just have to wait for Joel Kinnaman to break out as a star (check out The Killing — well, at least the first season).
The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water – 3/7/2015 – Theater – Wow, this was a really bad. I know, I know — should’ve been expected, right? But I don’t remember The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie being bad. Or has my taste matured? (nope)
Oscar Nominated Shorts – 2/21/2015 – Theater – I’m not sure if it’s appropriate to list shorts here, but I’m going to since I sat through 3+ hours of short films — and only enjoyed about 3 or 4 of them? Both live action and animated… some I just looked at Ross and said, “Huh?” Sorry, but I really don’t understand how some were Oscar nominated. At least the best ones won! My rating is for my overall enjoyment.
Kingsman: The Secret Service – 2/14/2015 – Theater – What a fun movie! A lot of over-the-top violence, though. You have been warned!
Philomena – 2/13/2015 – DVD – Touching and sweet!
Preview Screening – 2/12/2015 – Theater
The Boy Next Door – 2/1/2015 – Theater – Umm… sigh.
Preview Screening – 1/26/2015 – Theater
American Sniper – 1/17/2015 – Theater – Solid movie, but sort of just another war movie. Sad that it’s a true story.
The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies – 01/02/2015 – Theater – Jackson should’ve just stopped with The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King. You know? End on a high note. I almost fell asleep in this last Hobbit movie. Never a good sign! Is 1.5 too harsh? Perhaps, but I just really didn’t like it.