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  • Hardcore Henry

    Hardcore Henry 2015

    ★★★★ Watched 24 Aug, 2016

    Watching Hardcore Henry felt like it took 15 minutes. This is because the movie is outrageously entertaining and frantically paced. The gimmick of a "first person shooter film" can wear thin on occasion, but the script its built on is so loose and fun that it's remarkably easy to run with as our hero Henry goes through a variety of horrifically violent and continually more unbelievably "levels" to get to his destination. In a lot of ways the film is…

  • The Girl Who Knew Too Much

    The Girl Who Knew Too Much 1963

    ★★★★ Watched 24 Aug, 2016

    If Mario Bava had creative backing and a studio system that believed in him, he would be considered one of the greatest directors ever by more than just the cult audience and his name would be said in the same breath as Hitchcock and Kubrick. As is though, he remains something of a cult director and his work must be discovered. The Girl Who Knew Too Much is proof of his talents where his visual use of the Rome backdrop…

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  • Inside Out

    Inside Out 2015

    ★★★★½ Watched 21 Jun, 2015

    Since Pixar decided to completely abandon creativity with their last two films, I was skeptical about Inside Out. However, this is easily one of my favorites that the studio has released and one of their most ambitious, unique, and creative films of their highly regarded catalog. It's both outrageously fun and horrendously sad (a key component to the theme of the film). I'm glad to see the studio producing films like this again. It comes highly recommended.

  • Gone Girl

    Gone Girl 2014

    ★★★★★ Watched 05 Oct, 2014

    Fincher, you mad genius bastard! Only he could take a film like this and make into a riveting, roller coaster emotional thriller that has even the most intelligent of movie goer leaning whatever which way he wants them to go. It's intoxicating in its subtlety, brimming with impressive performances, and challenging in its delivery. Bravo, good sir.