Movies I've Watched
I've certainly seen more than this, but I figured I'd update this list with some of my thoughts for the movies I've watched more recently.
Most recent at top.
Last Updated: September 2022
Some of it was predictable, other parts weren't. Didn't draw me in as much as I'd hoped but was still worth watching.
Star Trek: Insurrection
I know this isn't one of the favorites of most Trekkies, but I actually really enjoyed it. It does feel a bit like a 2 part episode but that's certainly not a bad thing.
Star Trek: First Contact
Arguably the best Star Trek TNG movie. Brings in philosophy with a nice mix of horror and action. Patrick Stewart was fantastic.
The Bob's Burgers Movie
It was your typical Bob's Burgers episode...only movie length. I did enjoy it.
I had been meaning to watch this for a long time. I enjoyed it tremendously. Chadwick Boseman does a fantastic job as Jackie Robinson
Don't Look Up
I think the scariest part of this movie was how much I could totally see this happen today given the state of politics in America.
No Time to Die
Some good action scenes, but the main villain didn't make much sense to me which definitely put the movie on a down note.
Was an enjoyable twist on Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol. Bill Murray was his normal self.
I really enjoyed this. I thought they did a good job of telling a new story while still paying homage to the past.
A dumb but funny movie with a great cast.
Muppets Haunted Mansion
This was basically what I expected.
Not one of Craig's best Bond films, but still a good Bond film nonetheless.
I decided to watch this after the fall of Kabul to the Taliban. Despite it being satire, it felt rather accurate to what happened in Afghanistan.
The Hunt for Red October
I've generally enjoyed Tom Clancy novels, and this movie was done well. Connery & Baldwin do a great job.
I had only heard of Robert Hanssen, while dramatized, this did fill in some of the gaps. Great acting by Cooper and Ryan Phillipe.
I enjoyed this telling of the end of Bonnie & Clyde. Costner & Harrelson did a fantastic job.
This had been on my list to watch for a while. It was a good movie, but I guess I didn't feel like the ending was as satisfying as I hoped it would be.
Gordon Lightfoot: If You Could Read My Mind
My Dad often listened to Gordon Lightfoot while I was growing up, so needless to say, I've grown an appreciation for his music. This was an interesting documentary about his life and history with folk music.
As a baseball fan, and a fan of Michael Lewis' writing, I loved the story of how baseball has probably seen its biggest change in the last 50 years with how teams are built and players evaluated.
9to5: The Story of a Movement
I always knew that women have had it tough in the workplace. This documentary gave me a much better understanding of the fight they've undertaken.
The Current War
I went into this thinking this was an Edison vs. Tesla movie and was pleasantly surprised that it was far more than that.
Wasn’t a horrible adaptation of Sherlock Holmes, but I still prefer Sherlock & Elementary.
I'm still not sure how I feel about the movie, but it has a fantastic cast.
Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country
This is my second favorite original Trek movie. Coming out right around the end of the Cold War, this does a good job relating to that time in history.
Definitely my favorite Daniel Craig Bond film. The interaction between Judi Dench as 'M' and Craig really shines here.
Star Trek V: The Final Frontier
As much as I love Star Trek, the only redeeming part of this movie is probably Kirk's "What does God need with a starship?" line
Capital in the 21st Century
Informative and disheartening at the same time. This documentary does a good job of looking back at what led to the current economic inequality and the rigged system.
Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home
Star Trek & time travel...often a fun mix.
Star Trek III: The Search for Spock
Being an odd-numbered Trek film, this one often gets overlooked. It’s still one of my favorites.
Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan
The quintessential Star Trek film. Definitely one of the best, if not the best Trek film.
Star Trek: The Motion Picture
Better than I remember it, but awfully slow.
Quantum of Solace
Not one of the better Bond films. Still a decent action flick.
The Game Changers
This was an interesting documentary about plant based diets. Part of me felt it was trying to sell me on the idea of going more plant based, but it does follow other things I’ve read. Worth a watch.
The twists and turns of this movie were enjoyable. Christian Bale and Hugh Jackman did phenomenal jobs.
Daniel Craig does a fantastic job stepping into the role of 007 in this. The casting all around is fantastic.
Die Another Day
Brosnan's final film as Bond is another good one.
Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy
I really enjoyed the intrigue in this one. It did take me a little to pick out the characters though.
This was definitely a Coen Brothers film. It was solid, not as funny as I expected, but still good.
The Nice Guys
I enjoyed this one. Russell Crowe and Ryan Gosling play well off each other.
The Death of Stalin
Can't say I really understood this one.
The World is Not Enough
Definitely better than I remembered it.
The Royal Tenenbaums
I wasn't a huge fan of this one. It had a few moments here and there, but overall I didn't really get it.
Tomorrow Never Dies
Another good Bond film.
Man of the Year
I seem to remember liking this movie a lot more when I first saw it. Still not bad.
Still one of the best Bond films out there. A great intro to Pierce Brosnan as 007.