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  • Kingsman: The Golden Circle

    Kingsman: The Golden Circle

    ★★

    Kingsman: The Secret Service, was a great film because it was shot and directed in such a unique way; to the viewer, it was something new. In "The Golden Circle", Matthew Vaughn tried to replicate his success from the first film by overdoing petty jokes and overly-intense/unrealistic action sequences. To put it simple, it lacked the originality we, as viewers, all loved from the first film.
    Putting all of that aside, the plot is simply horrible. It almost seemed like…

  • Colossal

    Colossal

    ★★

    Review:
    Another shorter review for a very mediocre film. Honestly, I was expecting a lot less from the abnormal plot of Colossal, written and directed by Nacho Vigalondo. The plot of the movie made me feel confused. I didn't know if I was supposed to view it as an abstract/experimental film, or take it as a serious drama. If it was supposed to be a serious drama I would have rated it lower, but I am giving Nacho the benefit…

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  • Detroit

    Detroit

    ★★★★

    Short Review:
    Wow... Best second act in a film ever. Will Poulter's performance is Oscar worthy, and the aesthetic is phenomenal. Beginning (first 20-25 minutes) is a bit confusing and, for the most part, did a poor job of introducing the setting. The third act brought the character development of one of the main characters into full circle. Fantastic film... period.

    Full Review:
    Wow. The best way to describe what was felt throughout the audience was "shook". The entire film…

  • The Dark Knight

    The Dark Knight

    ★★★★

    First off... I just wanted to say that there is a reason that the Joker (Heath Ledger) is on the cover.
    Short Review:
    Some of the most iconic scenes in cinema come from this film. There is a great plot which will always leave you wondering what will happen next. Best antagonist in a film period. No arguments. Some great cinematic shots which is a testament to Nolan's capabilities.

    Review:
    The Dark Knight is a great film; however, if Heath…