I rewatched Transformers Age of Extinction to give a second overall opinion. Nope, still terrible as I watched it the first time. Though, I do give it props for making it easier to tell the robots apart now. 3/10
I saw Goosebumps 2015 last night. It took the goofy plots of the 90s books but made them legitimately terrifying and chaotic. It also builds up on the author himself in a way and brings a fresher concept of Night of a Hundred Frights, you know? 8/10. Because they picked the creepiest ones Stine wrote. Also Stine-Black reference was a bonus.
So, I managed to catch Jurassic World the other day and it was way better than the previous two movies combined. I'd actually like how it completely ignores the previous two and act like it's a direct continuation of the first lol. The final battle between the dinos was pretty sweet, but I have a feeling that this isn't the last time we'll see that Rex. :maybe: I'll give it a 7/10
Inside Out was a wonderful movie. Interesting casts of characters, great music and an excellent meaning. There was lots of sad moments, especially with the *spoiler* heroic sacrifice. I'll give this movie a 8/10
Ju-On: The Grudge 2...gotta say the Japanese versions of those movies are really different. It's a little hard to follow it's plot since told through the perspective of all of the characters separately. It also has some of the most flat out disturbing imagery I've seen in a live action film...I won't say anything but one of the final scenes in this might be the biggest ''NOOOOO, OH YOU GOTTA BE F%#KING KIDDING ME THEY DID NOT JUST DO THAT'' moment I've ever seen in a film. 8/10, if you like horror and insane graphic imagery you just have to see the Japanese version here, I seriously have never seen anything like that one part before.