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Glee: The 3D Concert Movie

Glee: The 3D Concert Movie is an inspiring and hilarious movie. The movie highlights the Glee cast from their summer 2011 concert tour singing the songs they sang in the television show. You also have a chance to see the cast getting ready for the concerts backstage but they still stay in character. They also have stories of three ultimate Glee fans and how Glee changed their life. This movie makes you think that being yourself is okay. That who you are is who you are. That’s exactly what Glee is. This was a good movie that my friends and I really enjoyed. I’ve never watched Glee on television but I thought the movie was cool, especially in RealD...

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I went to see Zookeeper with a bunch of friends and we thought the movie was really funny and a bit goofy. The movie starts off five years in the past when Griffin proposes to Stephanie but things go terribly wrong. Back to the present time, Griffin bumps into Stephanie at a party but he makes a big fool of himself. She still decides to give him a chance but doesn’t like the fact that he is a zookeeper and wants him to get a job at the dealership. The animals at the zoo discuss how they can get Griffin to stay at the zoo because they think that he is the best zookeeper they have ever had. They...

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Transformers: Dark of the Moon

Transformers: Dark of the Moon is the best movie I’ve ever seen! This movie is epic and action-packed all the way through. Of course, the director left room for another sequel and I hope they make it. The plot is long and complicated and that’s probably why the movie was so long (2 hours 34 minutes). But the time goes by fast with the great animation and action. My favorite Transformer is the red Ferrari because when he transforms he looks like a red ninja with roller skates. He doesn’t have any guns but he has two awesomely cool blades. I thought it was strange that when the autobots were in robot form, they were all scratched up and...

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Cars 2 (Sierra)

Cars 2 is the sequel to the 2006 movie, Cars. Lightning McQueen is asked to race at a new race called the World Grand Prix. He brings his pit crew and his best friend Mater. But when Mater screws things up at the first race, McQueen yells at Mater, which makes Mater leave. But when Mater is lost in the city, he ends up working with secret agents. But during the next couple of races, cars are being blown up out of the blue. People are blaming the host of the race, Miles Axlerod and his new alternative fuel Allinol. But will Mater be able to save his friend while taking down those trying to destroy the cars racing...

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Cars 2 (Noah)

Cars 2 is the funniest movie that I have seen this year (so far). The movie starts off with McQueen coming back to Radiator Springs to do some crazy and fun things with Mater. Thanks to Mater, McQueen enters the World Grand Prix and takes Mater with him. The World Grand Prix has three courses in three countries: Japan, Italy and England. One requirement of the race is that all race cars must use Allinol, which is an alternative fuel that the sponsor of the race, Miles Axlerod, owns. It is supposed to be better for the environment than regular gas but it has a weak spot and criminals take advantage of it. In this movie, Mater also mistakenly...

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Hoodwinked Too! Hood vs. Evil

One word to describe this movie would be ‘bad’. I was expecting it be funny like the first Hoodwinked movie but this was really boring with only a few funny moments. This movie starts out by Granny getting “granny-napped” by a wicked witch. The only reason they do this is to get a truffle that can make you invincible. I know this may sound epic but it’s really not. We watched the 3D version and again I was greatly disappointed. The movie doesn’t take advantage of 3D like say, Despicable Me. While most of the movie was unexciting, there were just a few funny moments. The most entertaining part of the movie is Twitchy. Twitchy is a hyperactive squirrel...

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