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★★★+ : Recommend
A dark comedy starring Christopher Abbott clocking in less than 90 minutes? Of course there was no way I wasn’t going to love this, but what I didn’t expect is how comforting the entanglement of the nihilistic and comedic approach to two sides of the same coin was going to help me process my own grief. Losing a friend less than a year ago still weighs heavily on me, but On the Count of Three oddly offers inspiration in…
You saw us dancing and you said nice.
I don’t know what that means.
I guess you do cause you’re smarter than us right?
The only thing I know is...
I don’t like when I feel when I see something nice.
Now I like dancing much more.
Because it’s like fucking, happy.
With a flushed face, cussing.
Hot, crazy, sex, moving.
And all of a sudden, bam, I’m surrounded by people.
And they’re all as horny as me. …
One would assume the son of David Cronenberg would be debuting painstakingly brutal and violent body horror that rivals even some of his aforementioned fathers masterworks. This assumption added with some shocking slasher razzle-dazzle would be correct. Rolling out today in drive-ins and theaters, Brandon Cronenberg bursts through seams with an entry that, whether people love or hate it, will be impossible to forget. Much less uses a concept that foreshadows to a frightening future but instead brings viewers into…
Walks the tight rope of an on-edge revenge thriller and heartbreaking story of the fallout of a life changing event before it gives into the more salivating genre fair side, going absolutely balls to the wall in one of the most shocking endings of the year.
It’s strengths become seemingly lightly flourished by the end but still shine through, showing not just one person becomes changed by trauma and not just over a short amount of time. Promising Young Woman is…