JasonRLatham

JasonRLatham

I invented the piano key necktie, I invented it!

Favorite films

  • Beverly Hills Cop
  • Clue
  • Point Break
  • Dream a Little Dream

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  • World War Z

    ★★★★★

  • Jungle Cruise

    ★★★★★

  • Resident Evil

    ★★★

  • Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay

    ★★★

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  • Jungle Cruise

    Jungle Cruise

    ★★★★★

    If you’re gonna steal, steal from the best, and Jungle Cruise does. Take a whole lot of The Mummy, which already took a whole lot from Indiana Jones, sprinkle in a Pirates of the Caribbean vibe that’s so inescapable you’d think Captain Jack was going to board the boat, and then take a couple scenes from Richard Donner’s Maverick because it’s an underrated gem that people have probably forgotten, and you’ve got yourself a recipe for success. So why did…

  • Wander

    Wander

    This film is advertised as a story about a “detective with a traumatic past” which is true but that’s overshadowed by the fact that he’s a paranoid conspiracy theorist who might be seeing things that aren’t there. “Detective with a traumatic past” should have been replaced with “paranoid conspiracy theorist” but I suspect that would have received a lot of negative attention due to the country’s political climate and the abundance of conspiracies circulating social media. However, the movie falsely…

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  • Trauma Center

    Trauma Center

    Here’s a fun game to play if you ever stumble across one of those straight-to-VOD Bruce Willis movies streaming free somewhere. 

    Get with friends and try to figure out just how much Bruce Willis is actually in the movie. 

    The poster says Bruce Willis but we all know that a straight-to-VOD Bruce Willis movie contains very little Bruce Willis. 

    So, let’s say you and your friends are watching the Bruce Willis movie Trauma Center

    Individually or in teams, you all…

  • Happy Gilmore

    Happy Gilmore

    ★★★★★

    Happy Gilmore takes a fictionalized approach to the very real problems of elder abuse and economic imbalance in the United States, as Adam Sandler’s titular character is forced to abandon his career aspirations and start a new job – one that he is not trained for, in a completely unfamiliar industry -- in order to save his grandmother from the abusive orderly at her senior citizen’s home. Gilmore, like many Americans, finds himself struggling to adjust to this new line…