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  • Pokémon: Mewtwo Returns

    Pokémon: Mewtwo Returns

    ★★★

    This week I finally resumed going through the Pokémon films again. But instead of groupwatching movie 4, I decided to see this TV special first because I had never gotten around to it as a kid. Also because I felt that it would serve as a good sequel to the end of Mewtwo Strikes Back, since I just really can't bring myself to like that movie's finale.

    Honestly, I sadly wasn't that into this overall. I guess that my expectations…

  • Spaceballs

    Spaceballs

    ★★★½

    So that was Jews in Space?

    Oy, what a ripoff. :P

    Glad I finally got around to this one, but it's probably on the weaker end of the Mel Brooks films I've seen. Some of its social commentary is very on point and absurd, but some jokes are kinda hit or miss for me. Just wasn't nearly as funny as I hoped it would be (some were just a bit too on the nose and dated), but still a lot…

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  • Puella Magi Madoka Magica the Movie Part III: Rebellion

    Puella Magi Madoka Magica the Movie Part III: Rebellion

    ★★★★★

    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    Puella Magi Madoka Magica the Movie Part III: Rebellion can only be described as the following: a nearly two hour cinematic spectacle that will either:

    -Delight and inspire a cavalcade of emotions and thoughts toward its narrative and characters that longtime Madoka Magica fans will not be able to stop thinking about for months after viewing it, or be utterly reviled by them due to it seemingly attempting to destroy everything the original series set out to accomplish and containing…

  • Kizumonogatari Part 3: Reiketsu

    Kizumonogatari Part 3: Reiketsu

    ★★★★½

    At long last, this prequel saga is now complete.

    For an entire year now, Kizumonogatari has been my most anticipated and satisfying moviegoing experience. In no small part because I love the Monogatari Series with all of my heart, but because what SHAFT has constructed here is a cinematic feast for the senses which takes the strengths and weaknesses that make Monogatari and NisioIsin's writing what it is and translates them to the silver screen. And of course, nothing is…