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  • Dracula Untold

    Dracula Untold


    Luke Evans brooding shirtless, brooding wearing a black outfit, brooding while wearing armor, going to war to protect his family, brooding at night, brooding over his family, turning into bats, turning into bats and killing his enemies. Plenty of action and romance. In between there's some story about the origins of Dracula. Pretty much LUKE. EVANS. So it's a perfect movie.

  • Hacksaw Ridge

    Hacksaw Ridge


    How brutal and bloody is war really like? Director Mel Gibson puts audiences to the test with this incredible true story of a WWII American Army Medic and Pacifist Desmond T. Doss who became the first person to receive the Medal of Honor without firing a shot. Despite the incredible conviction of the movies' hero, the violent nature of Hacksaw Ridge borders between being faithful to history's bloodshed and replicating the one-sided interaction of video games, where participants become usurped…

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  • Where the Wild Things Are

    Where the Wild Things Are


    Visually the film delivers on so many levels as well as the soundtrack. And, I appreciate Jonze's loose cinematography, but the imbalance of the layered story and its expression made me continually frustrated and unfulfilled. Max's escapism is as complicated and morose as his real life. What might've felt like a kid going into his backyard and dreaming up animals and places to get away from home - something we've all done growing up - becomes more of a kid…

  • In the Loop

    In the Loop


    Every time I watch this movie, I pick up something new in the dialogue that is absolutely horrible to my ears yet completely hilarious. I would love to get paid to listen to Peter Capaldi's imaginative insults for they are much more creative than anything I could never dream of uttering myself. If you're a fan of satirical documentaries such as The Office with far more adult-language than you could ever dream, this is for you. Sometimes you just need to watch people lose their sanity over the insanity of politics and running the world from inside the government.