My friend and I got drunk and reviewed this gem. Check it out here: youtu.be/lnEX3KkA5wo
The ultimate exercise in code switching.
Although Spike hasn’t really been consistent for the past few years, this rises above the last few duds he’s dropped. Even if he is starting to seem like a one-trick pony, 'BlacKKKlansman' is an honest, and visceral wake up call for the audience. Proving true that those who don’t learn from history, are destined to repeat it.
28 years later and Bender is still one bad mothafucka, I'd still fuck the weird chick over Molly Ringwald even BEFORE the makeover, Brian still feels like my long lost white brother, and I can still say I hate my dad just as much as Andy does. The Breakfast Club is the epitome of teen angst, and the best of all the teen-oriented movies to come out of the 80's. With all the great music and crazy hairstyles I can…
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This movie ripped me up and put me back together again three times over while I sat in the theater.
I had to choose between seeing this, and Gone Girl, choosing to see Whiplash was the best choice I've made in my life.
God this was intense. All hail J.K. Simmons. While Miles Teller puts out a more than decent performance J.K. Simmons' performance truly carries this film. Not to say the story isn't an unbelievable triumph, but Terence Fletcher…