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Demi has written 7 reviews for films rated .

  • It Chapter Two

    It Chapter Two

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

    It has been a looooong time since I disliked a big studio blockbuster as much as I disliked this one. The script is awful, the balance of humor and horror is so fucking slapdash and without concern for really nailing one or the other, and so much of this movie feels like Muschietti really wanted to sit in the theater next to a 15 year old watching it so he could lean over with a smirk and go "Pretty fucked…

  • Gotti

    Gotti

    Started joking about this movie at a party so we put it on and had a blast shit talking it the whole time. And for that, I can give it exactly one star.

  • Deadpool 2

    Deadpool 2

    This is like a narcissistic and self-congratulatory Superhero Movie (2008). This is like a $110 million feature-length NewGrounds flash animation. This is a lazily-written superhero movie made for and by people who love (and fear?) CinemaSins, and think calling attention to your own cliches (but still doing them) and pandering to your audience with hackneyed references is ‘clever’. This sucks.

    The only part I came close to loving (not just liking- LOVING!) was Domino’s first action sequence, and they even had…

  • Bright

    Bright

    People are trying to defend this movie by saying "at least it's ambitious." It's not ambitious in any sense. It's formulaic, predictable, and terribly written by filling in the blanks to a million other cop movies, but with "Cop #2" find-and-replaced by "orc."

    The dialogue is awful, the movie has the subtlety of a firework, it's shot poorly, the magic in the world has absolutely no rules to it and is wasted in this universe as a macguffin– even the…

  • Red Dawn

    Red Dawn

    Woof.

  • First Daughter

    First Daughter

    I really need to stop watching movies at 3 in the morning just because they're on TV. They are rarely good.

  • The Change-Up

    The Change-Up

    This is probably one of the most stressful films I have ever watched. It's awful, and despite it being under 90 minutes, it just felt so long. I wouldn't recommend this to anybody under pretty much any circumstance.