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    ★★★★

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    ★★★

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    ★★★★

  • Deep Water

    ★★½

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  • Ambulance

    Ambulance

    ★★★★

    I wish I didn’t have herpes but we’ve got to go with what we got

    Michael Bay is his fucking BAG! If you’re looking for a movie suspended in realism and logic, this one is not for you.  I mean, some of the most shoddy cop work I’ve ever seen on film.  Some of the chase sequences you’d think the cops were driving blindfolded.

    This is everything you’d want in a Bay film. Great location and action set pieces, sexy…

  • Deep Water

    Deep Water

    ★★½

    Talk about a toxic relationship. Ben Affleck and Ana de Armas give us one of the most effed up on screen couples ever.

    Ana de Armas steals the movie. She’s so good with such a limited script, her character motivations were so strange. 

    Ben Affleck is great in subdued performance. He gives off some real off putting vibes and you see why as the movie goes along.

    Never did I think we’d get a script from Sam Levinson this boring.…

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  • Godzilla vs. Kong

    Godzilla vs. Kong

    ★★

    Kong bows to no one 

    Hahahahhhhahahahhahahhahahhahaha

    My guy Kong just wants to sit on his island and chill and Godzilla out here trying to start trouble. Hate to see it. This movie is a mix of Pacific rim, stranger things, and a mash up of other out dated disaster stories with really really good visuals.

  • Mainstream

    Mainstream

    ★★½

    You wanna make art or chase affirmation from faceless strangers? 

    Mainstream is a movie trying to say something about influencer culture but doesn’t really hit the mark. Andrew Garfield is great in this “look at me” role. He’s really captivating for the 90 minute runtime. The film just felt all over the place, and not just in the intentional frenetic YouTube editing way the director was going for. I thought the stunt casting of Johnny Knoxville, the original online superstar of his time, was a pretty effective meta moment.