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    ★½

    Not even entertaining despite its short running time. All of it has been done before in much better movies. Skip it!

  • Mary Poppins Returns

    Mary Poppins Returns

    ★★★★

    Emily Blunt as ☂️Mary Poppins 👌
    A Cover Is Not A 📖Book 👌👌
    The leeries riding bikes and doing 🚲BMX tricks 👌👌👌

  • Bird Box

    Bird Box

    ★★½

    A Quiet Place wannabe.

  • Some Kind of Wonderful

    Some Kind of Wonderful

    ★★★

    Love does not always arrive in the package we expect, and if we’re not careful, we can pass it right by because of that fact.

  • Veronica

    Veronica

    ★★

    Netflix horror fodder.

  • Donnie Darko

    Donnie Darko

    ★★★★

    Arrow's beautiful 4K restoration of the Theatrical Cut 🤘

  • The Shape of Water

    The Shape of Water

    ★★★★

    Gorgeous semi-sequel / love letter / tribute / fairy tale remaining of Creature from the Black Lagoon. Del Toro is well on his way to become (if he isn't already) a cult classics director.

  • Suspiria

    Suspiria

    ★★★★½

    More beautiful than ever thanks to Synapse's 4K restoration. Truly. a work of love.

  • Blade of the Immortal

    Blade of the Immortal

    ★★

    Damn this film is baadddd! Too bad because it has great acting, direction and photography but the script is total crap. I do not understand all the good reviews here... Mike has done a lot better.

  • The Age of Adaline

    The Age of Adaline

    ★★½

    The actors give their best effort delivering good to great performances but can't overcome a clunky screenplay, full of one bad decision after the other, where complex things are over simplified and simple things are over complicated. Too bad, this could have been a great movie in the vein of The Curious Case of Benjamin Button (maybe if Fincher had been behind the film?). I can't completely trash it though because the concept is actually good and so is the cinematography.

  • The Monster

    The Monster

    ★★★½

    Very effective, low key horror thriller that manages to go beyond the conventional and make the best of its low budget to create a scary and suspenseful ride.

  • An Affair to Remember

    An Affair to Remember

    ★★½

    A little charming here and there, with some great dialogue and, of course, the presence of Cary Grant and Deborah Kerr. Unfortunately, the film is ultimately unremarkable and over long, a victim of its era.