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  • Curse of the Zodiac 2007

    ★★ Watched 28 Oct, 2014 2

    oooooh boy.
    here we have the legendary king of bad Ulli Lommel telling his version of the Zodiac killer. to say this film is simply shitty would not be totally fair. if awful movies were a genre, then this would be an art awful film. it's currently on Netflix streaming & i just recommend checking out samples of it. fast forward past the credits and just listen to that voice over. observe the fine "acting". if you're laughing at the film…

  • Of Unknown Origin 1983

    ★★★★ Watched 28 Oct, 2014

    before George Cosmatos made man's manly classics like Rambo First Blood Part 2, Cobra, Tombstone, (and Leviathan), he made this criminally under seen one man vs one giant fucking rat movie. pretty much ALL this movie has is Peter Weller slowly flipping out as a GIANT FUCKING RAT ruins his life and his swank 80s NYC house. once i realized that Of Unknown Origin was going to be just Weller going Rambo/Moby Dick against a super rat, i was totally…

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  • John Wick 2014

    ★★★★★ Watched 23 Oct, 2014

    who knew JOHN WICK would be the one the best action movies of the year (i'd say right beside The Raid 2) and one of the freshest, most refreshingly great movies i've seen all year. The premise is so beautifully simple. Keanu channels the ghost of Bronson as he plays John Wick, the world's greatest badass dude with a bloody past. So BAM! right away in the movie his wife dies. His dead wife got Wick a dog before she…

  • Man of Steel 2013

    ★★★★★ Watched 06 Jun, 2013 7

    i dug the shit out of this.
    for real, this is Superman on a level we have never seen before. in terms of CRAZY COMIC BOOK SCI FI & AWESOMENESS..... nothing ever on this level.
    very similar to Batman Begins for me in that it makes you think about just what makes this superhero just so incredible. Zack Snyder pulled it off & this film is the superhero standard to be judged by.

    i was happily surprised to see how successful the…