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  • Get Out

    Get Out

    ★★★★

    Get Out is the debut film by Jordan Peele of 'Key & Peele' fame. Peele delivers what I consider to be a fascinating, hilarious, and all around scary film that makes one very uncomfortable while watching it. 

    There's a terrific balance of comedy and horror and the tone stays consistent throughout the runtime. Whenever the audience is both freaked out and laughing it never feels forced. This film is naturally funny and scary.

    I was impressed with some of the camerawork…

  • The Great Wall

    The Great Wall

    ★★★½

    A solid epic that is very dumb and (for the most part) knows it. My favorite aspect of the film by far is how the filmmakers from both China and America clearly made an effort to make this a seamless blend of the two country's ways of making big movies. The story itself reflects this by having a main focus on the Westerners helping the Easterners and vice-versa. Which makes for some pretty well rounded characters overall. Almost all them…

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  • The Lego Batman Movie

    The Lego Batman Movie

    Following up a surprise hit like The Lego Movie isn't an easy task, and yet they succeeded. The Lego Batman Movie is a terrific family film that honors the decades worth of material on the character of Batman. 


    Almost all of Batman's staple side-kicks and villains are in this film, and while not all of them get to shine as much as The Joker it is great to see these classic characters in a fun cinematic playground such as the…

  • A Cure for Wellness

    A Cure for Wellness

    ★★★★

    A Cure For Wellness combines a lot of things  that I love about movies. It has a disturbing story that offers the audience amazing scenery and plenty of weird moments.

    The main leads played by Dane Dehaan, Jason Isaacs, and Mia Goth are very good in their roles. Loved Hannah, played by Goth, who has a child-like innocence to her that's hard not to love.

    This is a messed up movie that really worked for me, but I can see…