As a regular contributor to 11 Word Review, this is a monthly post to archive all of the 11 word reviews of films that I have submitted throughout this month.
The Maze Runner – Excellent adventure, great young cast, but very different from the book.
Gone Girl – Fincher classic based on a tense book with lots of mystery.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles – Lots of nostalgia, a weak but funny script, overall pretty entertaining.
The Judge – A lovely drama about family with many heart warming, saddening moments.
Friday the 13th (1980) – Where it all began isn’t that tense, but real creepy ending.
Saw 6 – Franchise should have ended at 5, but it clears things up.
Urban Legends: The Final Cut – Doesn’t live up to setting, not as good as the first.
I Know What You Did Last Summer – A classic 90s teen slasher horror with a brilliant youthful cast.
The Thing (2011) – The special effects do nothing for this remake, just watch original.
Halloween (2007) – A great look into the making of the vicious Halloween killer.
Scream 4 – Same old story but with the same old scares and jumps.
Would You Rather – Premise has the promise of being gorier but goes far enough.
You’re Next – More of a thriller than a horror, original but predictable premise.
Khumba – Doesn’t start off promising but you find yourself rooting for Zhumba.
Knight and Day – Shouldn’t work but a guilty pleasure, Cruise and Diaz are great.
Prelude to a Kiss – An early ‘body switch’ premise with a young, 90s Meg Ryan.
Monsters vs Alien – Not one of DreamWorks best but the characters are pretty funny.
The Last Kiss – A brilliant romantic drama with real knowledge of life and relationships.
Charlotte Grey – Blanchett is incredible, but war drama could have been more emotional.
Elektra – A spin-off of superhero film Daredevil that’s just as bad.
Lost Highway – David Lynch fools you into believing that you know what’s happening.
Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me – Lynch has some serious problems but they make such great films.
Kingdom of Heaven – An epic tale that’s lengthy but full of many memorable scenes.