Diary of a Wimpy Kid trilogy (2010, 2011, and 2012) 🎞
There's a remake or a f**king fourth movie, I'm reviewing the Diary of a Wimpy Kid trilogy.
I feel lazy at reviewing each film, I'd rather do it like this, a combination review, I did it with the Transformers movies, I thought I'd do it again.
These movies are OK for their own right, I have the first book, what I really like about the book is it's genre. The realistic genre that's what it's called or I call it that, LOL.
These movies would be talked about whenever I'm at school, that was a long time ago during my little kid years.
I watched these on DVD, never saw them in theatres.
What I always find strange about the movies are it's humour. Weird and pretty disgusting humour, and besides, Greg Heffley is an a$$hole, but he does care about his best friend as much as Randall has a rude personality but he cares about Dante.
Diary of a Wimpy Kid (2010) 🎞
This is an OK film, I didn't enjoy it as much, it's about a kid named Greg Heffley who's a wimp at school and starts his first year at middle school, or junior high at least.
He's friends with Rowley Jefferson, a chubby kid who's pretty dumb but has a lot of heart.
It didn't really have a story to it, but it's based on the first book, it followed a little bit of the first book.
I like the idea if you've ever been injured or wounded, girls will come and ask, hell yeah, LOL.
Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules (2011) 🎞
To be honest this is probably the most satisfying and enjoyable sequel for me. I only read the first book, I never read any of the sequels, just the book.
This time Greg Heffley more likely hangs out with Rodrick, his mean brother. I'm not like that with my sister, only sometimes when I want to.
After a party which almost became a disaster, they become best friends themselves. This is probably a good sequel, it definitely continues the story and doesn't rehash anything from the first film, its it's own movie.
Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days (2012) 🎞
Just by watching the trailer, I knew it may not be as good as Rodrick Rules. This time it's the summer and Greg Heffley wants a good summer.
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