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  • Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3


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Pinned reviews

  • Ferdinand the Bull

    Ferdinand the Bull


    Once upon a time, Walt Disney made an animated short film about an introverted, prancing, sissy gay boy who doesn't like sport and grows up to be a muscle queen yet no less flamboyantly homo whose eyes bulge at the sight of a half-naked Spanish man who he proceeds to lick. Oh, the boy is actually a bull. How progressive!

  • Soul Survivors

    Soul Survivors


    At one point, two kids in Halloween costumes jump out from behind a corner to scare the lead actress. "Trick or treat!?!" These are the only two characters we see in costumes and the only evidence that this is apparently even set on Halloween at all.

    Gets an extra half a star for the gay goth raves.

Recent reviews

  • Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3

    Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3


    The irreverence of the first film is long gone, and now any joy is purely inorganic. Aims for some big dramatic moments, with only the Rocket stuff really landing. Even then, it still lacks the oomph that something like the final two AVENGERS movies achieved because it doesn't have the guts to do anything of any weight or consequence.

  • Retribution



    I've actually liked some of the Liam Neeson shlock like NON-STOP and THE COMMUTER, but this is very lazy. A flat mish-mash of a whole lot of different titles. But mostly it just annoyed me because it never went to any real effort to convince us why everybody believes Neeson's character is responsible.

Popular reviews

  • Wasp



    "My mum looks like Victoria Beckham, ya foul cunt."

    It's like poetry.

  • Looking: The Movie

    Looking: The Movie


    No, you cried because of the way it encapsulates yearning and change and the humanity and the performances and the cinematography and the shot of the mirror. I could watch this movie a dozen times in a row right now and continue finding beautiful, perfect moments. It speaks to a world I know all too well. I just loved every single second so much my heart could burst.