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  • Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith
  • Freddy Got Fingered
  • Dancer in the Dark
  • Buffalo '66

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  • Django

    ★★★

  • Elf

    ½

  • Star Wars: The Last Jedi

  • Frankie and Johnny

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  • Star Wars: The Last Jedi

    Star Wars: The Last Jedi

    Watched the "Anti-cringe" cut out of curiosity. The A plot is unsurprisingly left unscathed by the purging of the casino planet, and the edit mostly feels natural from a sound standpoint, making it a solid susbtitute for someone who inexplicably wants to marathon the sequels in Current Year and get to the shitshow of Rise of Skywalker as fast as possible. The most childish and petty decision is reversing the scene of Luke throwing away the lightsaber, which distorts the…

  • The Menu

    The Menu

    A movie that defies the viewer to describe it without using tacky puns, which, coming shortly after my viewing of the nearly ineffable Twin Peaks: The Return, cements for me how devoid of deeper substance this film from the director of What's Your Number? is. I'll just say that once I got the Concept—when trivia expert and starfucker Nicholas Hoult conspicuously juxtaposes the "art" of athletes, musicians, and painters with that of chefs—connecting the dots of what characters and courses…

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  • Bullet Train

    Bullet Train

    ½

    "Damn, I missed the stop."
    "Why?"
    "Because God hates me."
    "No she doesn't."

    I had to think about that exchange for a solid ten seconds. My first impression was that Pitt said the name of some character, maybe Gata, who hadn't been introduced, or that the recording of Bullock's voice over the earpiece was intentionally garbled. Then I realized what was happening.

    One of the most annoying movies I've seen in a theater (I didn't pay, for the record). Nearly…

  • Allen v. Farrow

    Allen v. Farrow

    ½

    So is the rehashed sexual abuse slander miniseries just an HBO Originals genre now?

    Do yourself a favor and watch Rick Worley's much more illuminating and evidence-based documentary on the same subject. This has been deboonked.