National Lampoon's Animal House Meh...
National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation Solid holiday comedy.
National Lampoon's European Vacation Classic comedy. Hilarious.
National Lampoon's Vegas Vacation I kind of want to see more Vacation movies but then I'm like... Hmm... maybe four is actually enough...
National Lampoon's Senior Trip Funny, yet crude, high school comedy.
National Lampoon's Vacation Great comedy.
National Lampoon's Van Wilder Decent college comedy.
Nemesis Game I like a lot of parts of this movie but the end is one of those endings where it's not really satisfying but you know it had to end like that... If you love riddles and puzzles or people from mid-ninties television, this is the movie for you.
Never-Ending Story, The Great visuals, cool story and interesting characters. Nostalgia, too.
Never-Ending Story 2: The Next Chapter, The Drops the ball in every way from the original.
Never-Ending Story 3: Escape From Fantasia, The Stupid as hell. They pulled every second of this movie out of their asses. Coincidentally, Jack Black is in this movie.
New Guy, The Watchable, average teen comedy.
New World, The There's almost a movie here... I think. Uhm... someone forgot that a movie normally has structure with plot points and conflict. This just feels like an elaborate re-creation of the events, with a cold eye for characterization. Unfocused. We never get too deep into the character's heads is what I'm saying, we just see... what happens.
Next I'll just say... I'm glad it ended when it ended. For a minute I was like, "Wait, are they gonna go back and do that all the fuck over again?" It ended where it should. On the other hand, this is just Nicolas Cage the Movie Part 2. (Part 1 was Ghost Rider). It's corny. A lot of the character's motivations I question. The girl sleeps with the creepy guy the day after they meet why? On the other hand, it's pretty fucking cool the way he plays out each possibility in his mind until he finds the best one and does that. Cool concept executed properly... sometimes. Worth a rental, I'd say.
Next Karate Kid, The Meh... Not nearly as good as the original.
Newsies I movie slows down a bit too many times but other than that, a great story, great memorable songs and Bale. Gotta love "Santa Fe."
Nick and Nora's Infinite Playlist Michael Cera and a cute hottie in a comedy of errors. Feels like a warm summer night on the town.
Night at the Museum Ben Stiller teaches us about history with special effects. Nicely paced (thank god).
Night at the Roxbury, A Great comedy with the hilarious Chris Kattan and Will Farrell. Classic.
Night of the Living Dead Great horror movie. Standard in zombie movies. Perhaps defined the genre.
Nightmare on Elm Street, A Awesome movie with great effects. The villian and his powers are original and really friggin' cool. Really dark and scary as fuck.
Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy's Revenge, A Okay... Disappointing.
Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors, A Neat deaths, the whole dream-reduction pills was interesting as was the dream hospital angle.
Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master, A Dumb... The movies becomes pretty much unwatchable at this point.
Nightmare on Elm Street 5: The Dream Child, A Really really fucking stupid. Featuring Fetus-Freddy...
Nightmare on Elm Street 6: Freddy's Dead: The Final Nightmare, A Heads in an interesting direction, Freddy's past but hardly scratches the surface of shit I'd be interested in, like where his powers come from and shit...
Nightmare on Elm Street 7: Wes Craven's New Nightmare, A Darker, with a scarier Freddy but he's on screen for like 15 total minutes... Has that one kid in it from Full House and Kindergarten Cop. He's cool.
Nightmare Before Christmas, The Awesome animation, one of the last "claymation" movies, but I don't think it was clay used. I LOVE stop-motion and this is perhaps the best stop-motion film ever created. Great characters, settings and music. Solid, solid, instant classic.
Night Shift Funny movie about prostitutes. Fonzi and Michael Keaton play the amatuer pimps and Fonzi falls in love with one of them... Haha, this movie is great.
Ninth Gate, The Dark and suspenceful. I like the nearly-theological aspect as well. Kind of a jip ending though, I wanna see Johnny Depp grow wings and breath fire and shit... At least will a golden-hilted sword and smite that one bitch...
Norbit Eh, a pretty decent Eddie Murphy movie. It's okay.
Not Another Teen Movie Funny spoof on the genre, but mainly just steals scenes from them and injects silliness rather than being really clever.
Number 23, The This movie is really intrigueing if for no other reason than bringing the "23 Enigma" to life. It's really fucked up how often this number has popped up in different areas of... human existance, I guess you could say. The first half is really engrossing. The idea of a tattered old novel mimicking your own life is a cool idea. Like the wife says, there's that part of most stories and books where it seems the author is talking about some secret part of you you always knew was there but never knew how to describe. I think that's really true and one of the most delightful parts of a really great book. The ending is one of those endings where the whole first half you wonder "Damn, how is this going to end?" and then you find out and they show you the best ending possible, it totally makes sense, you may or may not have predicted it, it is still pretty good... it's kind of a disappointment. Please don't let that hamper your will to go out and see this movie, it's really good but it's just that sometimes you hope that you will find some giant magic secret behind something and when you're done, you see there is no magician behind the curtain, there is no Book of All Truth at the top of the tower, for it can all be explained with facts and logic... Well... yeah. There's is no magic. Or is there? Is there one? Maybe love?
Nutty Professor, The Classic...
Nutty Professor, The (remake) Funny as hell, Eddie Murphy at his best on the big screen.
Nutty Professor 2: The Klumps, The Disappointing and unneeded. The first is good enough on its own.