I watch movies, like a lot.
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
-Ancient Weird Religious Rights
-Legs > Thighs
-Chief of Detectives?
-“Well, we’re just working with a homicidal maniac.”
-That epic hat!
-Exotic foods…I bet he sells body parts
-That flame is way too close to those red drapes!
-Tony, speak actual words not just squeaky vowels
-Disproportionate animal parts masquerading as
-Dry ice passing for steam?
-The cinematographer was drinking on the job
-“Did you say Egyptian Gods, what a coincidence.”
-Snakey makey out…
I really love community movies.
This was a lovely true story about a math genius that found a loophole in the lottery, specifically the roll down lottery aka WinFall which took place in Michigan and Massachusetts. Cranston’s character then figured the odds and the more you bet the more you’re going to win. It’s not as complex as it sounds.
The movie is very vanilla but very likable, specifically Cranston and Bening’s characters are life goals. The direction and screenplay…
“Your arm is mint!”
I didn’t see the trailer and didn’t know much about the film going in. I just knew it was from the writer/director of Sinister (top 5 scariest movies of all time) and that Ethan Hawke like stole a kid. This film is very different from Sinister. It totally reminded me of Stephen King more than anything. I saw during the credits it was based on a short story by someone. I just looked up who that…