Neil Wilson

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Favorite films

  • Oldboy
  • Strangers on a Train
  • 12 Angry Men
  • Back to the Future

Recent activity

  • Oppenheimer


  • Cocaine Bear


  • M3GAN


  • Plane


Recent reviews

  • The Cocktail Hostesses

    The Cocktail Hostesses


    Their jobs get them the tips. They get the rest after hours.

    Featuring such timeless classics as:
    - Mouth to Butt Resuscitation
    - Don't Bogart That Joint
    - Low-Hanging Fruit
    - Shag Carpet
    - Tickling the Ivories
    - Human Sintipede
    - She Works Soft for the Money
    - A One-Mistress Man

  • Life Partners

    Life Partners


    It opens with a mildly amusing traffic altercation. To discuss it in any greater detail would risk spoiling the only decent moment in the film.

    LIFE PARTNERS tries really hard to be a comedy. It fails really hard at being a comedy. It's aggressively, painfully, and relentlessly unfunny. Most of the characters are annoying and unlikeable from the start, but there are a couple of them that I actually wanted to like until I was finally beaten into submission by…

Popular reviews

  • Housebound



    It starts with an interesting idea: an angry-at-the-world woman finds herself under house arrest in a haunted house. At first, it's just haunted by her very-much-alive parents, after she's spent so much of her life trying to get away from them. But then come the other disturbances.

    Film history is littered with haunted house movies of varying quality, but it seems like we've reached the saturation point where the mere prospect of another one brings more dread than anticipation. But…

  • Big Hero 6

    Big Hero 6


    As is the fashion for animated films in recent years, BIG HERO 6 is preceded by a short. FEAST is a cute yet meaningful and multifaceted story about a man's progression through early adulthood as experienced by a dog, and in particular a dog's stomach. Dog lovers are almost certain to eat it up, along with just about everyone else.

    And then there's BIG HERO 6. This feels like Disney's answer to THE LEGO MOVIE, but it's so much more…