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  • A Good Day to Die Hard

    A Good Day to Die Hard


    'Alright, let's go kill some motherfuckers'.

    I know it's universally slammed, but I don't care what anyone says, this is a fucking awesome action movie. If you genuinely love action movies, you'll love this. If you hate it, then with respect, you're not a true action movie fan.

    * Stop comparing it to the first three magnificent Die Hard movies! Nothing will ever compare to those (especially the original). AGDTDH has little in common with those three, so just view…

  • A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood

    A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood


    A major letdown. All surface and no real depth, which is a shame as Mr. Rodgers was a genuinely great man, and he deserved a better movie than this. A few thoughts:

    * Tom Hanks is awesome in the role, but I never expected anything less. The problem is that Mr. Rodgers is a supporting character in his own fucking movie! Yes, that's a deliberate (and wrong) choice, but the main character - Lloyd Vogel - just isn't interesting enough…

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  • Halloween


    Holy shit. What a fucking travesty. I can't believe how bad this turned out to be. The hype for this generic turd is off the charts, and legions of undemanding sheep with low standards (i.e. millennials) will ensure a huge opening weekend. However, make no mistake: this is not just a bad Halloween movie, it's bad movie overall.

    As a big horror movie fan who loves the Halloween series, I was excited to see this, but it failed miserably on…

  • Kill List

    Kill List


    Fantastic. One of the best British films in years, and just gets better every time I watch it. For some reason, it's criminally underrated, but given the subject matter, it's no surprise that 'Kill List' didn't get a wide cinema release.

    On the surface, the story seems simple: two (ex-military) hitmen take on a new assignment for a bunch of shady businessmen, but there's so much more to it than that. It starts off as one thing, but morphs genres…