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  • Parasite




    It doesn't quite stick the landing, I felt the final minutes could've been handled better, but oh my god is this a tense, zany and thrilling delight. If I wasn't before, I am officially a member of the #BongHive.

    It isn't subtle, but it doesn't have to be. Bong takes on capitalism with both a deadly serious tone and some of the best satire you'll see from even the best filmmakers of this generation.…

  • Charlie's Angels

    Charlie's Angels


    God, Kristen Stewart is just so cool. Like, too cool for words. And she's just so damn funny and enjoyable here. God she's so cool

    However, I regret to inform you that the 2019 'Charlie's Angels' is not the greatest movie ever made as it should've been. It's at it's best when it's Angels are bonding and quipping at each other, but flounders when it's action is ramped up, as the shots are choppy and chaotic.

    Naomi Scott is a…

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  • The Irishman

    The Irishman


    Marty, Marty, Marty, you almost lost me there for a while.

    'The Irishman' is a whole lot of movie for better and for worse. The movie doesn't feel it's length, but there are several parts of this movie where I wondered why they were included. That being said, I'd totally watch 5 hours of just De Niro and Pesci doing this over and over again.

    Pesci is the star here in a role that by this movie's standard, feels very…

  • Honey Boy

    Honey Boy


    A cathartic, emotionally enveloping movie that despite some interesting editing and pacing decisions, manages to effectively communicate the perils of young stardom and childhood trauma.

    Noah Jupe and Shia LaBeouf are positively phenomenal. Jupe plays the scared, anguished and unsure young Otis. His performance is so layered, and as he deals more and more with the idea that his dad will never be the person he wants or needs to be, it's borderline heartbreaking.

    LaBeouf's performance is nothing short of…

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  • Justice League

    Justice League


    I'll lead with I'm biased, and this is not an objective review.

    I didn't see the problems people had with it. Snyder's and Wheedon's visions aren't like oil and water as some people make it out to be. The action sequences were wonderful, it was so terrific to see these characters I've loved all my life fight on the big screen.

    The movies strength certainly is in its characters. Affleck's Batman is tired, and I kind of like that angle.…

  • Donnie Darko

    Donnie Darko


    Fans of this won't care what I have to write so I won't even bother. They always just say "you're too stupid to understand".

    This is not a very good movie, I can't be the only one who sees that right?