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  • Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull

    Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull

    ★★★½

    A shit-ton of fun, that’s what this is. 
    Damn, this was a much different film to me when I was a kid but it still rocks so that’s good. 

    Yes it’s edited terribly, the CGI is meh, and a lot of shit doesn’t make any sense, but c’mon, it’s set in the Cold War and a time where aliens and communism was at large. 
    It’s nothing god-tier like the first 3, but it’s still quite enjoyable. 

    I love the nuke scene, y’all just whine too much. 

    And being honest here, I wouldn’t mind Shia LaBeouf coming back for the 5th. 

    I love you, Spielberg!

  • The Interview

    The Interview

    ★★★

    I really needed something to take my mind off a few things tonight, and hanging out with a good friend of mine watching a dumb hialrious comedy really made it. 

    And yea, I kinda like this film.

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  • It

    It

    I can't wait to walk into the theater for IT and see a bunch of disrespectful and uncaring teenagers snapchatting, texting, and talking the whole time while screaming and whimpering at every second that Pennywise is on, and me just sitting there wanting to beat the shit out of every single one of them but instead just attempt to ignore them and watch the film. 

    Why does today's teenage generation have to ruin (most of) the theater experience?

  • Mandy

    Mandy

    ★★★★½

    When the title appeared halfway through the movie 🙌🏻😍🙌🏻 

    It’s nothing but gorgeous aesthetic, pure adrenaline, and badass craziness. 
    One of the most visually intcing films of the deacde. 
    Cosmatos held nothing back, as I was frozen staring at the grain and colors of this gritty hell. 

    Cage is absolutely bonkers here, and the bathroom scene alone requires some awards recognition, and the man needs more praise for this. 

    Jóhann Jóhannsson also crafted another beautiful score, which sadly will be…