GenXGirl’s Film Reviews
510 Films have been rated or reviewed by GenXGirl.
- Titanic (1997)
- Despite all the critics (after the fact), this film raked it in at the box–office proving that a sappy Hollywood love–story mixed with epic historical interest can be a winning combination of Titanic proportions!
- DVD $14.95,
$20 $15, $39.95 | Blu-Ray $49.95
- Spy Kids 3-D (Game Over) (2003)
- Final, and possibly the best, of the three films – the kids take on a power–hungary villian at his own game, entering into a 3D virtual computer game where they must advance through the various levels to save the youth of today.
- Catch That Kid (2003)
- Three clever kids on a top–secret mission manage to crack the hi–tech security system of a bank, intent of robbing it to pay for a parent's much need operation. Fast–paced action filled ride that does deliver.
- DVD $19.95
- Spy Kids 2 - The Island of Lost Dreams (2002)
- Just as entertaining as the first film, the spy–family return to take on a crazy genetics scientist who inhabits a mysterious island. Justifiably popular sequel.
- DVD $14.95
- Spy Kids (2001)
- Two top secret agents fall for each other, retire and have children. However, are called back to duty only to be captured by an evil techno–wizard – and it's up to their kids to save them. Good family adventure.
$6 $3, $19.95 $14.95
- Stormbreaker (2006)
- A 14–year old brought up by his uncle, after the death of his parents, discovers he's inherited the skills of an M16 agent – and must stop the an evil computer programmer from killing millions of schoolkids. Despite a good cast, a bit of a flop.
- Be Kind Rewind (2008)
- A man whose brain becomes magnetised unintentionally destroys every tape in his friend's video store, so the pair endeavour to replace them by filming, and starring in, their own versions. Uniquely funny – a nice tribute to the fading VHS format.
- Ghostbusters (1984)
- An 80's Hollywood classic, about a bumbling ghost–busting trio who take on the city's surge of paranormal activity. Quite amateur visual effects compared to today's standards, but very cool back in its day. Still entertaining
- DVD $14.95 | Blu-Ray $19.95
- Batman (1989)
- Box–office smash–hit, revives the super–hero classic. Superb cast, and a dark surreal Gotham City makes the perfect back–drop for this thrill ride of a film where the Dark Knight takes on one very unforgettable clownishly homicidal Joker.
- DVD $14.95,
$60 $45 | Blu-Ray $19.95
- Batman Returns (1992)
- A star–studded Hollywood cast, Batman takes on the Penguin and contends with the mysterious Catwoman. Nice follow up to the first.
- DVD $14.95