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  • The Proposition

    The Proposition


    The Proposition is a very dark, very brutal film. But there is nothing over the top about it. This is not Tarantino kind of violence. This feels real. 

    But it’s not just the violence that feels fully authentic. Guy Pierce, Ray Winstone, and Danny Huston all give life to their very multi-dimensional characters. These are men that are at once savage and merciless, manipulative, loyal, and intelligent. Each of these men seek their own - very much perverted - ideas…

  • Mad Max: Fury Road

    Mad Max: Fury Road


    Mad Max: Fury Road doesn't have a complex plot or particularly complex characters. It's not really all that interested in letting you know who these people really are deep down or in teaching you any lessons in morality or philosophy. This is not a film of great substance.

    But with all that heart-pounding, nitro-boosted action, those crazy looking cars, crazy looking costumes, insane stunts, ridiculous dialogue, and that sexy motherfucker Tom Hardy, I don't give a shit. This is pure number one alpha prime entertainment.

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  • Jojo Rabbit

    Jojo Rabbit


    This film views to me like what would happen if Wes Anderson actually knew how to write people and made a film about something that actually matters. I don’t think I’ve ever seen any of Waititi’s other films, but if this one is any indication of his work then he’s definitely someone I’m interested in seeing more from. 

    JoJo Rabbit is full of quirky characters that inhabit a bright, colorful world that pops off the screen. Its coming-of-age tale is…

  • Pain and Glory

    Pain and Glory


    Leading up to awards season, I was vaguely aware of this film and of the accolades Antonio Banderas had been receiving for his performance in this semi-autobiographical Pedro Almodóvar flick. I didn't, however, know anything of Almodóvar's life and had previously seen only Tie Me Up, Tie Me Down (which I was not especially fond of) and The Skin I Live In (which I loved).

    I didn't really know what to expect, but I given the subjects of those other…