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Green Room doesn't fuck around. Clocking in at a lean and mean 95 minute run-time, Jeremy Saulnier's third feature film is unnervingly swift, curating the entirety of its gruesome atmosphere through quiet character moments. Akin to Saulnier's previous (and brilliant) effort Blue Ruin, it settles into an indistinct, melancholic rhythm, only to be ripped to shreds by furious specters visualized in an array of ghastly imagery. With a talented cast more than capable of handling the material, success was…
A Sprawling three hour ballet of intense emotion, Paul Thomas Anderson's "Magnolia" is something I can only describe as what I think is a film using all of the potential the medium can bring to the table.
What do I mean by this? Well I mean in tern that this is a film that uses every single frame of an actor and character as a means to progress its story from one place to the other all the while Anderson…
After the double whammy of "Valentine's Day" and "New Year's Eve," audiences across the country were all asking the same question: "What can we do to prevent Garry Marshall from making another one of these things?" The answer, it turns out, was "nothing." We are but simple peons, powerless to stop the completion of the "Pretty Woman" director's holiday-themed trilogy of terror. Lifeless, ugly, and vaguely evil in its gross attempt to offer something for everyone, "Mother's Day" doesn't feel like a movie so much as it does a cinematic adaptation of Walmart.