Three O'clock High - Might be the best teen movie of the 80s.
Paranormal activity 3 for the third time. BORING.
'If you meet a loner, no matter what they tell you, its not because they enjoy solitude. It's because they have tried to blend into the world before, and people continue to disappoint them'
Living Dead at the Manchester Morgue (a.k.a. Let Sleeping Corpses Lie) - the one zombie film I still love and it still scares the stuff out of me.
Wake me up when it's over...
Universal Soldier Day of Reckoning. Van Damme and Dolph showed up for about 15 minutes altogether. I was very disappointed.
The Brothers Bloom
Adrien Brody, Rachel Weiz, Rinko Kikuchi and Mark Ruffalo (and JGL very briefly) in a con men story. I like Rian Johnson a lot but this felt like the was trying really hard to make a Wes Anderson film and it just didn't click. The characters felt less quirky than just hollow, and the supposedly complicated schemes were sketchy at best. It isn't necessarily bad, but nothing to write home about either.
Breaking dawn part 2.
Not the worst one. Nothing good but part 1 was so bad that in comparison this one looks like a damn freaking master piece.
But this is it boys, the nightmare is finally over. Well, in Europe at least. Your turn to suffer now yanks, bwahahahaha !!
Mr. Backlund continued wrestling under the new gimmick of an out of touch, yet highly dangerous, maniac out to teach the new generation a lesson. He often appeared in business suits, had a hyperactive personality, and used (or, often, misused) large words to sound important. He also demanded that he be addressed as "Mr. Backlund". He would only sign autographs for wrestling fans if they could recite the names of all of the US Presidents in chronological order