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    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


    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



    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



    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


    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


    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


    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.