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  • The Room

    The Room


    The Room has a very intriguing premise along with some likeable characters and minimal settings(which has always been a personal preference of mine). Outside of the extensive sex scenes, the pacing is actually really good and manages to keep my attention the whole time.

    Unfortunately, everything else is bad. The writing. The acting. The editing. The score. Ultimately, I'd rather this movie be a perfect storm of bad filmmaking than have it be a dull, boring, uninteresting, run-of-the-mill flick.


  • The Resurrection of Gavin Stone

    The Resurrection of Gavin Stone

    When you're in the theater and you see a logo before your movie that says "WWE Studios", it makes you nervous that you're about to sit through a 90 minute long pile of crap. Unfortunately, this movie doesn't do much to waive those concerns.

    The Resurrection of Gavin Stone is the story of a Cory Feldman-esque former child star-turned-drug addled sex pervert who pretends to be a Christian so he can get a job acting the role of Jesus Christ…

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  • Underworld: Awakening

    Underworld: Awakening

    Underworld: Awakening is the fourth installment in the Underworld series and is yet another pointless sequel with a plot that needlessly treats it as a reboot of the series.

    It's hard for me to choose where to start with this movie. So much was wrong with it, from characters doing illogical things(i.e. putting silver ammo in guns when preparing to fight humans) to flat-out continuity errors within the story(i.e. Vampires inexplicably not needing blood to survive and instead just using…

  • La La Land

    La La Land


    I can't claim to completely understand Damien Chazelle's obsession with jazz music, but it does make for some awesome movies.

    La La Land is easily the most endearing and masterful movie I've seen all year. The writing was great. The editing was great. The direction was OUTSTANDING. La La Land is one of those movies that could successfully tell half of it's story without dialogue and still keep you emotionally engaged.

    If I had to pick one aspect of the…