Get Out doesn't explain what cultural appropriation, exoticism, white conscience or the problems of blackface are. Get Out simply shows it. This is a great psychological horror movie dealing with racism. Although Get Out doesn't quite hit my sweet spot concerning the invocation of fear, all those creepy moments and mysteries kept me involved, sometimes kept my mouth open in disgust and sometimes on the edge of my seat. I'll probably watch it again to catch some more themes and motifs I missed at the first run.
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 pushes the limits of the bearable shenanigans a super hero movie can do before it gets too Green-Lanterny. That Pacman-thing was a tad too much for my taste. I was also a bit annoyed by a few details, such as Quill's new Walkman. You can tell, because it's a different model than in the first movie, but where do you get a branded Walkman in space? I wouldn't even know for sure where to…
"The director of Babe and Happy Feet brings you Mad Max: Grannies on Motorcycles"
There is little that distinguishes Mad Max: Fury Road from most productions of the Asylum studio. The plot is practically non-existent. The whole movie is basically a two hour long car chase sequence in a post-apocalyptic desert. This movie could be the wet dream of a boy not quite out of puberty. And it is fun as fuck!
This movie has a female protagonist with motor…