Movie reviews of Derrick Carter

These are all the movies and series that Derrick has reviewed. Read more at: Are You Not Entertained?.

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Poster for Wind River

Wind River

10

2017, Drama, Suspense, Crime, Mystery

I cared about these people. I cared about their plights. I wanted to see this mystery solved.

2017.09.02

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Saw 3D

5.0

2010, Horror, Crime

Mixed bag thanks to shoddy acting, hit-or-miss traps, ridiculous continuity...

2017.09.02

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Saw VI

5.8

2009, Horror, Mystery

Rather decent outing in this long-running horror series.

2017.08.27

Poster for Saw V

Saw V

2.5

2008, Horror, Suspense, Crime

The worst acted, most poorly written, and undeniably boring Saw yet.

2017.08.26

Poster for Saw IV

Saw IV

4.2

2007, Horror, Suspense, Crime

Stop playing these games. It’s not worth it!

2017.08.20

Poster for Saw III

Saw III

7.5

2006, Horror, Suspense, Crime

This is the last good film of the series for me...

2017.08.15

Poster for Saw II

Saw II

8.3

2005, Horror

Hands-down the best film in the SAW franchise.

2017.08.13

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Seed of Chucky

6.7

2004, Horror

This slasher sequel is ultra-meta, campy beyond belief, and not meant to be taken seriously in any way, shape, or form.

2017.08.13

Poster for Bride of Chucky

Bride of Chucky

7.5

1998, Horror

There’s loads of creativity thrown into each demise and specific scenes pay homage to past horror classics.

2017.08.11

Poster for Child's Play 3

Child's Play 3

5.8

1991, Horror, Action, Suspense

Still manages to maintain a semblance of fun through humor and entertaining kill scenes.

2017.08.10

Poster for Child's Play 2

Child's Play 2

6.7

1990, Drama, Horror

The script doesn’t exactly have many surprises up its sleeve and is a straightforward slasher sequel...

2017.08.07

Poster for The Boss Baby

The Boss Baby

3.3

2017, Animation, Comedy

A children’s film that might make more sense and be far more enjoyable if the viewer was high.

2017.08.05

Poster for Absolutely Anything

Absolutely Anything

2.5

2015, Comedy, Science fiction

A missed opportunity all around...

2017.08.04

Poster for Fast Times at Ridgemont High

Fast Times at Ridgemont High

8.3

1982, Drama, Comedy, Love

There are laughs and surprisingly potent drama...

2017.08.03

Poster for Despicable Me 3

Despicable Me 3

7.5

2017, Animation, Action, Comedy

If you liked the other Despicable ME movies, you’ll like this one.

2017.08.03

Poster for Child's Play

Child's Play

7.5

1988, Horror, Suspense

Every bit as silly as its premise would suggest, but there’s also a remarkable amount of well-executed suspense...

2017.08.02

Poster for Despicable Me 2

Despicable Me 2

8.3

2013, Animation, Comedy

Packs a few smart surprises for adults alongside big laughs, a soft heartwarming center, and energetic animation...

2017.08.02

Poster for Despicable Me

Despicable Me

6.7

2010, Animation, Comedy

The Minion scenes have just the right combination of potty humor, immature antics, and fish-out-of-water slapstick.

2017.08.01

Poster for Dunkirk

Dunkirk

9.1

2017, Drama, Action, History, Suspense, War

A war epic that’s well worth watching and serves as a nice return to stellar quality for Nolan...

2017.07.31

Poster for Atomic Blonde

Atomic Blonde

9.1

2017, Action, Suspense, Mystery

A smart, suspenseful spy-thriller. On those grounds, this flick is an absolute blast!

2017.07.30

Poster for Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets

Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets

7.5

2017, Adventure, Action, Science fiction

Works as sci-fi spectacle with a goofy sense of a humor, but stumbles in its on-and-off chemistry between the two leads and a very predictable plot...

2017.07.29

Poster for Wish Upon

Wish Upon

5.8

2017, Fantasy, Horror, Suspense

Far more unintentionally campy than it is creepy, but I still found enjoyment in its sillier moments...

2017.07.28

Poster for The Dark Half

The Dark Half

8.3

1993, Horror, Mystery

George A. Romero’s cinematic treatment of this story is very underrated, fun, and undeniably spooky.

2017.07.23

Poster for Monkey Shines

Monkey Shines

7.5

1988, Drama, Horror, Suspense, Science fiction

Has equal amounts of laugh-out-loud moments (some of which are downright unintentional), killer animal hijinks, and genuine suspense.

2017.07.22

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