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  • On Body and Soul

    On Body and Soul


    What a perfectly bizarre, wonderful film that I can't recommend enough. Go figure, on the weekend I'm finally finishing up my really belated favorites of 2017 list, I randomly clicked on this via Netflix and now my list is in total upheaval because this needs to go to the top!

    Both of the main protagonists' awkwardness and imperfections made these characters so engaging and relatable. They both inexplicably dream the exact same thing each night without realizing the significance at…

  • The 15:17 to Paris

    The 15:17 to Paris


    Wasn't sure how to rate this bizarre film. Nice that Eastwood let the men play their own roles in the story, but it hurts the film immensely. The majority of time is wasted on random, dull fragments of their childhood, from forging friendships with each other to going to the principal's office on a daily occurrence for completely unrealistic reasons. The dialogue was cringe-inducing. "No kid would ever say that!" is something I found myself saying several times.

    Massive failure…

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  • The Cabin in the Woods

    The Cabin in the Woods


    After painstakingly skimming over tweets with this title in them or avoiding Twitter for days at a time, and avoiding any and all reviews of this film, I am happy to say that I went in mostly blind. Unfortunately, two jerks on Twitter had a conversation about the END SCENE. Seriously? Take that sh*t to direct messaging.

    I loved it. I even went by myself. I loved how perfectly it hit all the genre stereotypes where you think it's going…

  • We Are What We Are

    We Are What We Are


    Somewhat arthouse look into the window of a cannibalistic mexican family bestowed with grief over the sudden disruption in their family's hierarchy after the father passes. The pacing didn't bother me. There is plenty of screaming and gore for those wanting it. The color saturation was very pretty, so much at times that it felt like I was watching a French film for some reason. What can I say? I dug it.