I thought I would give you a little insight towards how I review my movies. I'd like to thank you all for reading them, it means a lot to me. I know I am not the greatest writer but I'd like to think I am getting better at it. I just have a strong passion for film and love discussing my thoughts. Since my ability to write is amateur at best, I like to keep my reviews short, sweet and to the point. I hate reading critic reviews where they describe scenes and give away a good chunk of the movie. That counts as a spoiler to me. So I've stop reading those reviews and deciding to write my own. I only give my opinion of the movie. I briefly describe the plot because I assume that if you are reading my review, you have seen a commercial or trailer for it. I won't go into plot detail since I'd rather let you be surprised when you see the film. I don't like saying, "There is a crazy twist at the end that you will never see coming!" I feel that is a spoiler in itself. You will be waiting the whole movie for the final payoff and it could be a huge disappointment.
If you really want to see a movie, don't let a review stop you. I always tell people to get their own opinion on a movie. I sat through the first two Twilight movies, just so I could say they were terrible movies. I couldn’t bear to watch the final three films. There have been plenty of reviews I've read on movies I wanted to see and critics were bashing it. I would still go and most of the times I disagreed with the critics. I just like to write my reviews because I find it easier to express my opinions. I am a pretty frugal person and I spend a good portion of my money on movie tickets, blu-rays and Mondo posters (when I can get a hold on them). So you can say movies are a big part of my life and I like to discuss them with others.