‘I See Movie’ of the Week: ‘Jem and the Holograms’ vs. ‘The Last Witch Hunter’ vs. ‘Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension’ vs. ‘Rock The Kasbah’ vs. ‘Steve Jobs’

Last week’s ‘I See Movie’ of the Week match-up saw ‘Crimson Peak’ CREEP its way to the victory (get it? since the movie is supposed to be sort of scary and CREEPY). Unfortunately, the quality of the movie itself did not warrant any sort of victory but you’ll get to read why in my review (whenever it drops). Also, thanks to everyone who voted.

Now on to the week 22 match-up. This week, there will be not one…not two…not three…not four…but FIVE movies going at it. And before anyone starts getting any ideas, no I was not doing any sort of LeBron joke. I wouldn’t disrespect my homie like that. But anyways, take a look below at the FIVE movies taking part in this weeks battle:

– A movie that seems like it stripped away whatever redeeming qualities the TV show, it’s “based” off of, had

-It looks like Vin Diesel is just playing himself in a fantasy environment

-The “alleged” final installment of a horror franchise that finally realized it has over stayed its welcome by a couple movies

-Just a weird looking Bill Murray movie

-A great looking movie that almost starred the great Leonardo DiCaprio, at one point


Please vote below with your choice and comment on why you chose the one you did. My choice and the readers choice will be revealed Friday, October 23rd. The winner (more specifically, the readers pick) will (eventually) get a review from yours truly.


(Photo Credit: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jem_and_the_Holograms_(film);





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