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  • Song to Song

    Song to Song


    A+ for excellent visuals and cast members but this is probably one of the most pretentious films I've seen in a long time. I'm all for complex narratives or strange interesting style way of showing characters but honestly this was a drag to watch and doesn't work for myself, i couldn't careless about anyone, just proves that A star credit and good camerawork can't create pure gold from a awful script!

    I'll be sticking with my David Lynch madness instead i think.....actually maybe i was a bit too hard on "La La Land" after watching this. Damn!

  • The Belko Experiment

    The Belko Experiment

    Well, I’m gonna really…..really hope that Sean Gunn actually written this script and his very caring understanding brother help him out by getting his project green light with his name on it. Because freaky this isn’t a James Gunn script being a huge fan of his flicks, from the underrated violence superhero comedy “Super” to really gross monster horror comedy “Slither” and of course his later Marvels films.

    This honestly doesn’t feel like something he write, the narrative is the…

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  • Gone Girl

    Gone Girl


    Director David Fincher returns to our screens with the writer of the novel/screenplay Gillian Flynn that have truly delivered, an outstanding edge grabbing mystery thriller called “Gone Girl” it’s tense, hilarious, dark natured and haunting. The best way to compare the film is American Psycho meets Prisoners; it’s beautifully filmed and composed, I never felt bored the long runtime of nearly three hours. The casting portrayals was spot on from the book with Ben Affleck, proving himself once again from…

  • Star Wars: The Force Awakens

    Star Wars: The Force Awakens


    The best way to sum up my feelings, my expectations, my passive for seeing something so special, that light can once again, be found from the depths of the dark ways....A new hope for a brighter future, in cinema history once again, for a film called "Star Wars: The Force Awakens"

    Without saying any spoilers and too perfectly mark my 500th feature film viewing, well...."Chewy, we're home!"

    Star Wars, welcome back old friend!