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  • X-Men: Days of Future Past

    X-Men: Days of Future Past


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

    I can't tell if the artfulness of the reboot is actually the most stunning aspect of this movie?

    While my ten-year-old self wanted this time traveling saga back in the day, instead, I got a solid, modern X-men flick with a little too much Jennifer Lawrence and not enough Michael Fassbender. Eh, who am I kidding? There's never enough Michael Fassbender.

    In the original First Class, Fassbender and McAvoy go on a road trip looking for mutants. Now, that's the movie I'm still waiting for. More banter and laughs, and less despair. Quicksilver was a breath of fresh air in this melancholy affair.

  • Snowpiercer



    The the moment it started, this movie took me by surprise, then again, and again, and again. Chris Evans trades his Captain America shield for a hatchet and leads us on an unforgettable train ride. By the end, we're not even sure who to root for anymore. Survival is a dirty game, and this film shies away from nothing.

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  • Godzilla


    It's a real shame this movie came out two decades too late for my six-year-old self to enjoy it. Destruction, and Godzilla himself, never looked or sounded so good. If you surrender to spectacle, there's a lot of fun to be had here.

    Yet, if you glance away for a second (for popcorn, Junior Mints, or whatnot), it's hard to immediately forget again that skyscrapers weren't just build for Godzilla to destroy them.

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  • Primer


    If Upstream Color confounds you with too few details, Primer baffles you with an abundance of them. Yet, never have I enjoyed being so befuddled in recent memory. By the end, I too want to go back in time smarter and more insightful to experience this unique film again, and again.