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  • The Last Black Man in San Francisco

    The Last Black Man in San Francisco


    Gentrification, loss, love, family — the list goes on for what The Last Black Man in San Francisco has to say about the pressure that economic despair can put on a community. 
    The score, cinematography, performances and a fantastic screenplay with well developed characters makes The Last Black Man in San Francisco the best film of the year thus far. My full review can be read here if you’re into longer reviews.

  • Teen Spirit

    Teen Spirit


    Teen Spirit is visually mesmerizing. It’s a strong directorial debut from Max Minghella as he tells this Cinderella story while we all fall in love with Elle Fanning. She does all her own singing and might be a real life pop star. It’s not without it’s cliches but the performance and musical sequences win you over.

    I did a full review that can be read here.

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  • Late Night

    Late Night


    In a world dominated by live-action Disney remakes thankfully we still get some origin adult comedies such as Late Night. A pleasant watch all around but still falls victim to a predictable plot. Check out my full review here.

  • Se7en



    I know damn well what’s in the box but it still fucks me up every time I watch this film.

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  • Mad Max: Fury Road

    Mad Max: Fury Road


    Dude with the flamethrower guitar adds an extra star rating alone. The incredible visuals combined with some of the most insane action sequences I’ve ever seen make Fury Road a game changing film that will be remembered for years to come. Hopefully the universal high octane blood bag returns for a sequel.

  • Avengers: Endgame

    Avengers: Endgame


    Avengers: Endgame has its fair share of fan service, as it says goodbye to this version of the MCU as we know it. Each character gets their own 15 minutes of fame so to speak and we're reminded of why we've been paying attention for so long. The three-hour run time sounds daunting but the pacing is perfect. It never drags or loses your attention. With so much ground to cover, so many beloved characters all coming together for possibly…