After watching the incredible Strangers on a Train, I got back in the mood for Hitchcock, which is conflicting with my current obligation to watch war movies for the war countdown.
Tarzan the Ape Man 5/16/23
Throughout most of the movie, we forget about the very reason Jane and her father are in the jungle because most of the movie is Tarzan being Tarzan and humorously "charming" Jane, which doesn't really feel romantic at all.
I know the movie has no audio, so listening to a few albums while watching this is no different to me than watching any other movie with the background noise of the ceiling fan or dogs barking.
And this time the movies are all jumbled with one connecting theme: they're all movies that are directed by people I've experienced before.
The Super Mario Bros. Movie 4/27/23
The Mario Movie might not have broken the video game curse to a few movie goers, but it certainly reversed the problem, and capitalized on the strengths of faithfulness.
But there wasn't much of that forgotten resolution here, largely becuase the movie plays out how you expect the movie to go.
Rocky V 3/30/23
Rocky V is better than the original cut of Rocky IV in the story department, but in my opinion, IV and V are filler movies just to get to Rocky Balboa, the sixth movie, and of course, the iconic Creed films.