I haven't seen Crocodile Dundee since I was a little kid. This movie first came out in 1986 and in a lot of ways it definitely shows. There are certain scenes that would not pass through if they were to be made today. On the other hand there is also an innocence to this movie that you can't deny. I was enamored by this movie when I was a little kid so I was excited to see how I would react to this movie today.
I remember when Terminator Genisys came out back in 2015. I wasn't sure how they would bring Arnold Schwarzenegger back as an old man looking robot but they did. There were a ton of bad reviews for the movie and I never really got to watch the movie. Recently, it was added to Netflix and I decided to check it out.
I watched this movie a while back and watched it again since my brother hadn't seen it before. Oddly enough, I don't think I reviewed this movie back when I first saw it. The movie was just as I remembered it when I first watched it.
First off, I would like to start off by saying this isn't a knock on the veganism lifestyle. I actually admire the fact that people are sticking to what they believe in and acting on their beliefs by changing their lifestyle. When I first heard of the term vegan, all I knew about it was the dietary restrictions. Of course not all vegans are the same. Everyone has a different reason for being vegan but for the most part its about eating food with no animal products.
Klaus is another re-imagining of the origin of Santa Claus. I wasn't sure if I should watch it but I had some time to waste and thought it would be nice to watch a Christmas movie.
Tombstone has been one of my favorite movies for a long time. I remember watching it when I was younger and always remembered how Val Kilmer's Doc Holliday stole the show. He played a hilarious slick gunman suffering from tuberculosis.