If you have seen the End of the Week before you what will happen. All I do is review all of the movie I've seen for this week and do a small review about them. Let's start the reviews.
Fremenies is a Disney movie that is based in three acts. The first act involves a dog and a guy named Jake that become fremenies. The second act involves two best friends who have a fight on who should Geekly Chic editor. The third act is involves two girls wanting to switch their lives. Basically, Fremenies is one of the worst Disney TV movies I have ever seen that was related to Disney Channel. The story was easy to guess, no twist and turns, and plain bad acting from everything person in the film. The best part of the film was the choreography. If the best part of the film was the choreography, you shouldn't see this film in the first place.
The Hulk (2003 movie edition)
The Hulk was great superhero movie. The acting was not the best thing in the world, but the story behind The Hulk made the movie shine. Without the plot, we would not really understand why Bruce Banner (Eric Bana) is the way that he is acting now because of his past. Also, the plot makes us root for Bruce instead of disliking him and hoping he should die. This movie was a great superhero movie that has tons of actions and heart into the film.
The Dark Knight Rises
Saying goodbye to a movie trilogy that affected your childhood is tough. It is like saying good bye to your best friend in the whole entire world. The acting was really fun to watch. Tom Hardy as Bane was really scary and he did an great job in not using any emotions in his face, but with his voice instead. I applaud Tom Hardy for doing that because that seems like a challenging task to complete in a film like this. Anne Hathaway was the perfect Catwomen for this film. Anne acting sweet and naughty when she needed to. Also, she acted like a vileness when she needed to as well. Choosing Anne Hathaway as Catwomen was a excellent casting choice. The movie was not the best in trilogy like The Dark Knight, but it did good job for a final bittersweet conclusion of a movie that has affected my childhood dearly.