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  • The Nest

    The Nest


    lame ass story of a megalomaniac broker in the 80s serves as the latest alibi for a director getting off on shooting handsome actors and a horse in the warm british countryside (at dawn or during the golden hour of course). bo-ring.

  • DNA



    how high on the narcissistic scale is it to use your nation's (sic) widest political demonstrations in 30 years to illustrate the guilt towards its roots your tormented, parisian, slow mo e-bike riding, little self feels ?

    thankfully, the louis garrel improv show (which we even got a piece of live at the premiere), along with most of the group scenes, make for some delightful and/or necessary breathers in between the embarrassing maiwenn filming maiwenn stuff.

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  • Chernobyl



    “It's not alarmist if it's a fact!”

    episode one is just another zombie show pilot, where cute curly blondie smells the truth before anyone else, while men drown miserably in incompetence. then episode 2 pulls out the real guns. i kept going when jared harris shouted "FACT" at gorbachev, but a woman sneakily giving another woman some iodine pills because women gotta stick together against fat statesmen who hate on science, is just too much for me. ENOUGH of this disgusting american exploitation of historical events in order to fit the views of your clients. ENOUGH.

  • Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them

    Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them


    "They’re currently in alien terrain, surrounded by the most vicious creatures on the planet: humans"
    *kill me now*

    cheap marvel-like cash grab.

    the inventive spirit of adventure that made the harry potter movies so enjoyable is replaced by nice guys who like weird animals, bad guys who do not like weird animals and a relatable fatty.

    colin farrell looks dope though, as does the movie globally — some pretty great effects and ideas here and there, nice use of 3d…