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  • Amadeus



    Another entry into Every Best Picture Oscar Winner

    An enjoyable film about the life of Mozart as told from the perspective of one of his rivals, who now sits in an insane asylum as an old man and looks back at his life and what it was like to live in the shadow of Mozart. I think the thing that stood out the most for me is Mozart's laugh....i mean, was that historically accurate, or did the actor just throw that in? if it was accurate, i can see why his rival hated him...

  • Blair Witch

    Blair Witch


    This movie feels like the guy that graduated from college 10 years ago but still hangs out at the frat house. Yes, the original Blair Witch Project broke ground but too much time has passed and too many superior movies in the genre have been released, which when compared to those films it makes this look beyond amateurish (which i understand that it was was that look that the original seemed so fresh), but the film and the format are past its prime and its time to move on.

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  • Martyrs



    FINALLY got to see this today and can't believe i waited this long. This one will definitely need a second viewing, but I recommend everyone horror fan see this at once. Don't let the description of the film mislead you, it sounds like a very simple straightforward film but there's a lot more going on than just senseless violence and gore. A must watch.

  • All About Eve

    All About Eve


    One of my favorite movies of all time this film is an excellent depiction of the inner pettiness and jealousies that exist in all of us. Bette Davis is absolutely amazing as the aging stage actress coming to terms with the fact that her time in spotlight is reaching its end. You can literally feel the highs and lows of her moods and every deprecating thought and emotion inside her is laid bare for everyone to see. Although her performance steals the show the story itself is well crafted and told through a well paced narrative.