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  • Justice League

    Justice League


    Basically just a CGI film with some actors (and some actors with suspiciously CGI-altered upper lips). A shallow one at that. We don't get to know pretty much anything at all about Aquaman, Cyborg and Flash. Boring action, when there even is any, since all of it is CGI and none of it is very impressive. Looks more like the prerendered cutscenes from the debut game of a new Ukrainian game developer, which would be impressive for them but not…

  • Burial Ground

    Burial Ground


    I don't even know what just happened. Terrible but also hilarious zombie film, with possibly the worst zombies ever put to film. Or, well, the absolute worst is when they just slap grey make-up on the actors and call it a day, but Burial Ground has to have the worst ones with actual prosthetics and some modicum of effort put into them. But just the lowest possible amount, and just enough to make them hilarious.

    But forget the zombies. You…

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  • The Cloverfield Paradox

    The Cloverfield Paradox


    Enjoyed the first act, was still into the second act enough to keep watching and then hated the third act so much that I wanted to set fire to my TV.

    The film starts out hopeful that technology will save mankind. They stay away from useless technobabble by not really going into detail, which worked for me. The one detail that got me here was that I felt like they implied that coal and oil energy are the only kinds…

  • Nemesis



    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    Appropriately moody cyberpunk piece with some decent action and mostly good prosthetics and other robot effects. Let's just ignore the horrible effects at the end and pretend those didn't happen. Tim Thomerson shows up and is always a badass, as is most of his crew. I don't even mind that the film goes to the "low-tech shithole" of Java because that's cheaper than doing proper cyberpunk, as it feels like it serves the plot in a good way.

    The big…