Horror movies: very good
Found footage horror movies: extremely good
The "Woodstock 99" has lots footage from the disaster itself that is just absolutely unreal, though the commentary is something of a mixed bag: ideas expressed range from the thought-provoking to the banal and exaggerated. It was also quite obnoxious to see how much the documentary bundles together nu-metal as one homogenous musical movement, as though Korn and Rage Against the Machine were making the same kind of music with the same kind of intentions; it's a rather surface-level analysis…
"Dashcam" has an intriguing yet undercooked story at its core, but this is surrounded on the outside with poor logic and one of the most obnoxious lead characters of all time. I thought making her a QAnon MAGA person would tie into the story somehow, but it doesn't, it's seemingly just there to let the audience know how much we should dislike her (her personality was plenty, thanks). There's some really great moments here but the movie as a whole is too disjointed and annoying to make them worthwhile.
"Hi everybody and welcome to Top Gun: Maverick," Tom Cruise tells audiences in a brief pre-movie introduction. "...Our incredible cast and crew worked very hard to bring you the most immersive and authentic film experience we could. There's real F-18s, real Gs, real speed..."
"Top Gun: Maverick" is a movie where our heroes are trying to start World War III. The US military is selecting pilots for a bombing run over an Iranian nuclear facility near completion, one which was built "in…
[A note unrelated to this movie: Wow, the "Top Gun: Maverick" review really riled some feathers, huh? Welcome to all new followers, and thank you to everyone with kind words for the review. I would also like to thank those of you who disagreed with my review but remained respectful- your decency stands out in a sea of angry comments. I understand that it can be hard to hear harsh criticism of something you've enjoyed, but I maintain that it…