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  • Prisoners



    To think that Denis Villeneuve, Roger Deakins, Jake Gyllenhall, Hugh Jackman, Viola Davis, and Paul Dano were all within thirty minutes of where I live, and I didn’t even know it. (The film was shot in my neighboring town. I’ve actually been to some of the locations). 

    Anyway, this movie is yet again another five star from Denis. That man has never made a movie that’s been less than flawless. And this movie is no exception. The bleakness, mystery, and…

  • I Can Only Imagine

    I Can Only Imagine


    Who’d of thunk that a faith based film in 2018 could be.... dare I say it... good? 

    I never have any expectations for Christian movies. They almost always are terrible, but there are a few that can be decent (Risen wasn’t half bad). So in a world of many crappy faith flicks, what makes this one standout?

    To start, it tells a story. It’s not presented like a sermon, as most Christian movies do, which is supremely refreshing. Second, it…

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  • Whiplash



    I don’t throw out the term “Masterpiece” lightly. So when I say this movie is a masterpiece, I say that with the utmost sincerity. 

    Whoo boy, where to start. The direction: Breathtaking. The editing: Flawless. They acting: Mesmerizing. The story: A knockout. The pacing: Perfect. The ending: Unbelievable. The movie as a whole: Transcendent.  

    Not one part of this movie was off for me. Not one. I got that rare cinematic rush that you’ll get when you’re watching something truly…

  • The Untouchables

    The Untouchables


    My first De Palma in combination with my first Mamet! 

    There’s something romantic about the time of gangsters. The suits, the cars, I find all of it to be so cool. So naturally, I liked this movie. It’s obviously iconic, so that helped, but it’s really well made to boot. The main performances are all great, the shootouts are awesome, and the sets are superb. That particular scene at the train station was A+ filmmaking. 

    Honestly, my biggest complaint was…