Lord of War

I watched Lord of War yesterday. I taped it when it was on The Movie Channel. It has Nicolas Cage (love him), Bridget Moynahan, Jared Leto, Shake Tukhmanyan, Jean-Pierre Nshanian, and Ethan Hawke in it.

Big Warning: there is lots of violence and some very sad parts.

In this movie, a man named Yuri Orlov (not a real person, but inspired by five other men) decides to get into the arms business. Once he gets into the business, he discovers that he can make more money selling guns during war time. So he does and he marries the woman of his dreams. They have a son together. But his business comes with a price which he loses his wife and son. His parents disown him. His uncle is killed and his brother is also killed.

I can’t really like this movie. It is too sad and if Yuri was a real person, he had no heart. If I had been him, I would have stopped when the bomb killed the uncle. That bomb was actually meant for him. And when his brother tried to tell him what he was doing was wrong and then killed himself, he still didn’t stop. He says in the movie, it wasn’t the money, he just knows he is good at it.

Next week I’m watching The Weather Man.


I watched Killshot yesterday. I taped it when it was on Flix channel. It is based on a book by Elmore Leonard. (I haven’t read the book, but I might.) It has Mickey Rourke, Brandon McGibbon, Hal Holbrook, Diane Lane, Thomas Jane, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, and Don McManus in it.

Big Warning: there is some violence and a sad ending.

In this movie, an assassin goes to kill an old man. Meanwhile a young guy blackmails a real estate man. The young guy gets a chance encounter with the assassin who decides to help the young guy learn how to do things right. The problem is the young guy isn’t so easy to teach and he’s really rude. They go to the real estate office and a couple is there instead of the real estate guy. The couple sees them which means they have to die. In the end the good wins.

I did like this movie, but I would have written the ending differently. Next week I’m watching Lord of War.

Pet (movie)

I watched Pet yesterday. I had taped it when it was on The Movie Channel Extra. It has Dominic Monaghan, Ksenia Solo, Jennette McCurdy, and Da’Vone McDonald in it.

Big Warning: there is a little bit of violence.

Note: This movie is not what you think it is. There is a huge twist to it. This is an awesome movie.

Here is a semi summary. I can’t tell everything, but like I said above it is not what you think. A man named Seth works at an animal shelter. He sees an old crush on a bus. He gets obsessed with her so he kidnaps her and puts her in a cage underneath the animal shelter. (Yes I know that doesn’t sound good, but like I said it’s not what you think.)

I loved this movie. Next week I’m watching Killshot.

The Hundred-Foot Journey

I watched The Hundred-Foot Journey yesterday. I taped it when it was on The Movie Channel. It is based on a book by Richard C. Morais. (I haven’t read it.) It has Helen Mirren, Om Puri, Manish Dayal, Charlotte Le Bon, Amit Shah, Farzana Dua Elahe, Dillon Mitra, Aria Pandya, and Juhi Chawla.

In this movie, a Indian family moves out of India after there was a fire that caused their restaurant to be burned down and the mother f the family to be killed. They ended up in France. Their van breaks down in a small village. A woman helps them to take their van to be looked at. While going through the village, the father sees an abandoned restaurant. He ends up buying it. There is a French restaurant across the street. The woman that owns that restaurant had ran off the previous owners of the abandoned restaurant. They end up getting into a feud. Then one of the chefs of the French restaurant attempts to burn down the Indian restaurant. The woman who the French restaurant fires that chef and decides on making amends. The son decides to try out for a trial run at the French restaurant. The woman is impressed and hires him. The son becomes a great chef, but comes back to the little village to manage a restaurant with the woman he loves.

I loved this movie. Next week I’m watching Pet.


I watched Jigsaw yesterday. I taped it when it was on Syfy. It has Matt Passmore, Tobin Bell, Callum Keith Rennie, Hannah Emily Anderson, Clé Bennett, Laura Vandervoort, Paul Braunstein, Mandela Van Peebles, and Brittany Allen in it.

Note: This movies comes after Saw: The Final Chapter. But in chronologoical order, parts of the movie comes after Saw III. I now want to watch Saw III and Saw The Final Chapter again. I am Saw fan. I don’t like the violence, but I do like the plot.

Warning: there is some violence.

In this movie, Some bodies are discovered around the city. It seems like Jigsaw (John Kramer) is still alive even though he has been dead for 10 years. The first part of the movie you see five test subjects. There is one survivor which is revealed at the end of the movie. It is also revealed that the first five test subjects are from 10 years ago. Detective Halloran and Detective Hunt investigate the bodies. Not only the evidence points to Jigsaw, but it points to Detective Halloran too. But the real copycat is revealed at the end.

I’m going to try to find Saw 3 and Saw Final Chapter later. There will be a new Saw movie coming out. It’s called Spiral. Next week I’m watching The Hundred Foot Journey.

Van Helsing (movie)

I watched Van Helsing yesterday. I taped it when it was on Cinemax. It has Hugh Jackman, Kate Beckinsale, Richard Roxburgh, David Wenham, Will Kemp, Samuel West, Shuler Hensley, Josie Maran, Robbie Coltrane, and Alun Armstrong in it.

Big Warning: there is some violence and one very sad scene

In this movie, Dracula is partnered with Dr. Frankenstein to do something evil which is revealed later on. The villagers want to kill Dr. Frankenstein’s monster. Dr. Frankenstein is killed by Dracula. Meanwhile, Anna Valerious and her brother try to kill a werewolf, but the werewolf and Anna’s brother fall off a cliff. Meanwhile, Van Helsing is fighting Mr. Hyde and kills him. The church orders Van Helsing to go to Transylvania. He does to help Anna fight Dracula. It then revealed that Anna’s brother is a werewolf and Dracula is using him to give life to his “children.” Anna’s brother bites Van Helsing which turns him into a werewolf. He kills Dracula and his first love.

I didn’t like the sad ending, but I did like the movie. Next week I’m watching Jigsaw.

Practical Magic

I watched Practical Magic yesterday. I taped it when it was on HBO. It is based on a book by Alice Hoffman. (No, I haven’t read the book, but I do plan on getting it once I finishing read all the other books I need to read.) It has Sandra Bullock, Nicole Kidman, Stockard Channing, Dianne Wiest, Goran Visnjic, Aidan Quinn, Evan Rachel Wood, and Alexandra Artrip in it.

Big Warning: it has little bit of violence.

In this movie, two sisters go live with their aunts. The aunts tell the girls that there is a curse over their family. If they fall in love, their love will die. Sally decides to do a spell of the perfect guy for her. One who supposedly didn’t exist, but actually does. Sally does fall in love and has two daughters. But her husband dies. Her sister Gillian moves and falls in love with many guys. One guy falls for, but he tries to kill her. Sally rescues her sister and accidently kills the guy. A cop comes to question them about the guy who is missing. The guy was a serial killer. Then Gillian gets possessed with the guy’s ghost. Sally gets help with some of the town people and Gillian is freed from the ghost. Sally and the cop fall in love.

I liked the movie. Next week I’m watching Van Helsing.

The Illusionist

I watched The Illusionist yesterday. It has Edward Norton, Paul Giamatti, Jessica Biel, Rufus Sewell, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, and Eleanor Tomlinson in it.

Big Warning: there is a big twist at the end. This was an awesome movie.

In this movie, a boy who was cabinet maker supposedly met a magician. He teaches himself magic. He shows his tricks to some kids. A girl instantly likes him, but they can’t be seen together because she is a duchess. So he leaves. When he is an adult, he puts on magic shows around the world. He decides to come home and the duchess comes to one his shows. She is engaged to a prince. The prince ends up being accused of killing her and the magician escapes.

I loved this movie. Next week I’m watching Practical Magic.

Love, Fall & Order

Yesterday I watched Love, Fall & Order. I taped it when it was on Hallmark channel. It has Erin Cahill, Trevor Donovan, Gregory Harrison, Jan Broberg, and Jazmine Shaw in it.

In this movie, A woman name Claire is a corporate lawyer who deals with property issues. Her father calls her to tell her that his neighbor is suing him for owning part of her land. Her nephew found an old deed that saying part of it is hers. So Claire goes to her father’s farm to find a lawyer that will take the case. But she doesn’t find one so she takes the case herself. Then she finds out the neighbor’s nephew is opposing counsel. Her ex-boyfriend helps with the case, but then the nephew finds another old document which disputes the land again. In the end, both parties come to agreement.

I loved this movie. Next week I’m watching The Illusionist.

Incredibles 2

I watched Incredibles 2 yesterday. It has Craig T. Nelson, Holly Hunter, Sarah Vowell, Huck Milner, Catherine Keener, Eli Fucile, Bob Odenkirk, Samuel L. Jackson, Brad Bird, John Ratzenberger, and Bill Wise in it.

Big Warning: there is some violence.

In this movie, as the Incredibles fight Underminer, Frozone gets approached by a man who knows a wealthy family who wants to talk to the Incredibles. So the Incredibles go to see the wealthy family who say that they want to help the superheroes get reinstated. They want Mrs. Incredible to do the job. She accepts the job. She quickly learns there is another bad person out there who is controlling people. She does find out who the bad person is, but fails to get the bad person. The Incredible children come to rescue and they as a family capture the bad person.

I liked this movie. I had read there will be a third movie, but I don’t know when it will be out. Next week I’m watching Love, Fall & Order.