Clash of the Titans (1981)-Ray Harryhausen saves the day, but this really isn't as bad as I was expecting. The two leads are wooden, but probably are supposed to be, and it's cool we get to see the hot as #### Andromeda's ass in a PG movie. The gods are pretty useless, though. Bit of a waste of some major actors there! There are some great bits like the Medusa battle (seriously, she rules!) and then some silly kid stuff like that goofy owl, but overall it's fine.
Ghost Rider-oh man, the parts with the actual Ghost Rider riding up buildings and setting shit on fire and making bad guys see all their sins is great. The rest of the movie stinks. Don't really have anything to say about Cage's performance, but this movie also features Sam Elliott in the most Sam Elliott role ever. I dare anyone to watch the sequel and tell me about it.
Pride and Prejudice (2005)-not too good, with a dullsville Darcy being the main problem, but it's been about 20 years since I've read the book, so maybe he was dull there too. It probably would've been better if it had all been from Elizabeth's perspective. All of the Bennet actors did well except Donald Sutherland seemed distractingly miscast and there was too much, I don't know, giggling?
Sleepless in Seattle-cutesy as anything with an ultra annoying soundtrack of oversung lovesong standards making it pretty difficult to not cringe to, but the leads are great as usual and when it's not being overly schmaltzy it's pretty watchable. Interesting choice to make the fiance character a decent (and better-looking) guy, whose only real problem seemed to be he's allergic to things. Kinda makes Meg Ryan seem like a weirdo, but whatever.
Singles-I'd forgotten I watched this a few weeks ago. It's the typical pretty good movie he always makes; probably the best plotline is the boobjob one, but the Matt Dillon stuff is mildly funny at times and there's Xavier McDaniel references too. Oh yeah that reminds me, anyone watch The Last Dance on netflix? It's amazing. Pretty funny how scrawny Chris Cornell looks in that one scene, in any event.
Doctor Sleep-speaking of weird casting, no idea what McGregor's doing here, but this is okayish. It seems like it would work better as a miniseries dealie since all of the heel group's gimmickry is pretty new and the adventures of adult Danny and that little girl probably could've carried on. Skip it.