This film is amazing but it will require a certain amount of suspension of disbelief.
Don't try and justify or understand it, just go with the ride and what a wacky ride it is. The cast is brilliant, the script is awesome and it makes the 70s seem kinda rad. 5/5
The tag line of the film is 'Rags to riches story' but this film is far from that. Throughout the film you're constantly on Brewster's side and are rooting for him.
The film is brilliantly cast, produced and directed and makes me jealous that I never had a chance to visit New York City in the 80s.
Brewster's Millions is one of my all times favourites and I'll always love it. 5/5
This horror film is actually my favorite Christmas film. I call this a horror film because before having children I thought it would be pretty cool to live in a giant American house on my own, eat candy and fight off useless baddies, but now that I have children I can't help but feel for the parent and can't anything worse to happen to my kids. Damn you kids for ruining my favorite Christmas film. damn you! 5/5
I'll say it! I'm not afraid... Pacific Rim reminded me of Power Rangers and I'm not even ashamed about that.
Giant Robots - Power Rangers Zords
Zordon - Idris Elba.
Jaeger Pilots - Power Rangers
Kaiju - Rita's monsters enlarged
Mako - Alpha 5
The list goes on. Overall it was a good film, action till the end but the thing that let it down was I didn't really care if the humans won or not, the film lacked the emotional connection for me to get excited. 3/5