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  • Tiger Girl

    Tiger Girl


    Tiger Girl has style and grit but the messages it tries to send are questionable. What starts as a power fantasy a la Fight Club quickly evolves into pointless and unjustifiable violence without consequences. The main character Vanilla becomes incredibly unsympathetic and hateable throughout the course of this movie.

    Seriously, I hated her so goddamn much at the end of the movie – and I don’t think she gets what she deserved. The ending is pretty bad. I’m also not…

  • The Hitman's Bodyguard

    The Hitman's Bodyguard


    Ryan Reynolds and Samuel L. Jackson are two actors who I adore and the idea of them in a buddy cop comedy playing off of each other sounds goddamn genius. However, even after watching the trailer I was already pretty sure that this movie won't live up to its great cast. I was disappointed to find out that it's not a movie specifically written for the two actors (which could be a masterpiece) - instead, it's based on your average…

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  • Swiss Army Man

    Swiss Army Man


    I don't even know what to say. Swiss Army Man is funny, sad, weird, depressing, confusing, philosophical, beautiful. It's probably the weirdest film I have ever seen and I was in awe for the entire runtime.

    At the beginning, you think that it's just a weird comedy, but it is mind-blowing just how deep the rabbit hole goes in this movie. This is truly an art film. Manny (Daniel Radcliffe) is such a beautiful character, with his naivety and willingness…

  • Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2

    Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2


    So here it is, the sequel to my favorite movie. Is it as good as the first one? Not quite. Is it a visual feast and features great character development for every single one of the fantastic, colorful cast members? Hell yes.

    The movie's biggest issues lie in the editing and pacing. In my opinion it could have been a lot tighter, and the movie takes a long time to really get going, featuring a very long part of its…