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  • The Other Lamb

    The Other Lamb

    I'm not 100% sure how much all of this works, but what a gorgeous ride.

    It definitely falls into "horror-adjacent" -- there are a few bloody parts (mostly involving animals, but even there, nothing too upsetting) but it's more just a slow-burn of weirdness. There is a lot of blurring of reality and it's hard to know what's real and what's not.

    It was filmed in Ireland but everyone has a stereotypical U.S./North American accent. There are some indications that…

  • The Other Boleyn Girl

    The Other Boleyn Girl

    This was some weird MCU fanfic. But wait, the Eric Bana Hulk movie isn't really part of the MCU, exactly. (Nor were Andrew Garfield's Spider-man movies, but he was barely in this anyway.)

    Look, sometimes you just want to watch a pretty costume drama (and the costumes are pretty) and then make jokes about how like 50% of the cast ended up in MCU movies. Or just in comic book movies. Starring in comic book movies is basically a given…

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  • We Have Always Lived in the Castle

    We Have Always Lived in the Castle

    This is one of my absolutely favorite novels of all time, so certainly I'm bringing a bit of baggage into this.

    I think Taissa Farmiga as Merricat is inspired. Her hunched posture and quiet scowl works well for this character. Alexandra Daddario's Constance is a bit too vacant and sunny, though -- yes, Constance was a cheery character, despite the circumstances, but she wasn't as much of an innocent as she's being played here. Crispin Glover as Uncle Julian is…

  • Dina

    Dina

    I feel really conflicted about this one.

    I like that Dina (especially!) and Scott are just themselves and there's no one mocking them or anything else. But the framing (and the music) does try to make it into some kind of twee indie drama, which is weird.

    It's an interesting story, but I can't help wonder why it's being told. Don't get me wrong -- I think it deserves to be told. But there's the question of "why" it's being…