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Demi has written 36 reviews for films rated ★★ .

  • Moulin Rouge!

    Moulin Rouge!


    it is insane how relentlessly horny movies were right before 9/11. my man baz directed this thing like the tasmanian devil on cialis

  • Joker



    This movie means nothing. They just went “what’s big right now? incels and antifa? those are the same” and rolled it all into an existing character that could use politically and socially relevant anxieties as developing characteristics... but to make absolutely no “message.” and no, films don’t have to have a message (lemme just preempt that dumb comment someone always wants to make) but it’s so clear that this movie wants you to think it has one. it doesn’t. joker…

  • The NeverEnding Story

    The NeverEnding Story


    Just saw this movie for the first time— I distinctly remember it being played during daycare when I was a child, and I dreaded the idea of a movie that was truly “never-ending,” and thought it actually WAS somehow an infinite movie, because I kept leaving and coming back and it was still playing. The movie is 94 minutes long.

    Anyways, I think it’s bad? The production design is fantastic and the puppetry is super cool. But the editing is…

  • Long Day's Journey Into Night

    Long Day's Journey Into Night


    Extremely obtuse and hard to follow, and the famous 50-minute 3D tracking shot that encompasses the film's second half felt like a show-off move more than anything else. Technically impressive and interesting but... what more?

    I truly don't have any concrete thoughts about this movie, as I can barely tell you what the fuck was really happening through it. I'm am choosing to believe it's a feature-length adaptation of the song and video for Arctic Monkeys' "Cornerstone" though.

  • Animals




    One of those movies that should've ended at like 6 different points and ends in a place where I have no real clue what the point of the movie was except to provide a series of characters that I am not going to like. Not for me!

  • Judy & Punch

    Judy & Punch


    I’m always intrigued when a person manages to channel a very similar energy into two different roles in one year so imagine my “huh!” upon realizing Damon Herriman’s Manson-y (and Heath Ledger-y???) ass is also playing Charles Manson in ONCE UPON A TIME IN HOLLYWOOD. This is the only valuable thought I had walking out of this theater. The movie spins its wheels on a very simple plot for a bit too long and can’t really commit…

  • The Lion King

    The Lion King


    this is going to sound extremely stupid but my big problem with this movie is that nobody has eyebrows and i truly believe the movie would be fine if everybody just had eyebrows

  • The Equalizer 2

    The Equalizer 2


    DENZEL WASHINGTON: ...Would you like something to drink?
    DENZEL: Come on in.
    [he enters]
    DENZEL: Ice tea or water?
    ASHTON SANDERS: Pshh, what I look like, Jackie Chan?

    Absolutely nothing in this movie makes sense, but I cannot stop thinking about this particular exchange and what the fuck it was supposed to mean. I have googled the words and the only results are other people trying to figure out what it means. Incredible.

  • The Hustle

    The Hustle


    The literal first second of this movie made me let out a deep, upsetting sigh. Anne Hathaway was fine. (Don’t expect a big reveal or explanation on her accent though– I did, and there is not one. It’s just The Choice.) The highs of it all are a few supporting characters that altogether probably have 2 minutes of screen-time and a page of dialogue.

    Rebel Wilson continues to test my eternal optimism in film by taking otherwise-fine movies and making them feel like unbearable, feature-length Instagram “sketches” with the same treacly, misguided message and terrible “what was on the radio while we were editing” soundtrack.

  • Shazam!



    a very expensive PG-13 disney channel original movie buoyed by 3 or 4 real good jokes and a charming performance by zachary levi, imo

  • Velvet Buzzsaw

    Velvet Buzzsaw


    how come this episode of Goosebumps wasn't just 30 minutes like the other ones

  • Bohemian Rhapsody

    Bohemian Rhapsody


    i got chills every time they cut to Mary looking at Freddie in the final Live Aid performance (which was way too long) but I still cannot believe this absolutely boilerplate nonsense exists in a universe where Walk Hard was released 11 years ago