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  • Tenet



    "Don't try to understand it. Feel it."

    Tenet is an extremely inventive and impressive sci-fi action thriller adventure from the wondrous mind of Christopher Nolan. It's so imaginative and creative that it may just be a bit too much to absorb all at once, this might take a few more rewatches in order to fully understand. This level of film mastery doesn't usually come along every day. Nolan has been working on this story for twenty years, I'm sure even…

  • Godzilla vs. Kong

    Godzilla vs. Kong


    I wonder whose breath stinks the worst? 🦎🦍

    These two behemoths face off in several epic battles. Not sure why they don't get along, most likely they heard gossip that one was bad-mouthing the other and it all kicked off. Little do they know, there have been dirty machinations going on behind both their backs...

    Godzilla vs. Kong is a big dumb monster movie, a kongfrontational throw-down for the ages. You either love this stuff or you don't. I do,…

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  • When We First Met

    When We First Met


    Noah (Adam Devine) discovers a time machine and tries repeatedly to get the same girl (Alexandra Daddario) to fall in love with him, with mixed results.

    A fairly average time travel Netflix rom-com, but it does have a few fun moments sprinkled in. I truly appreciated the Back To the Future nod with Devine singing Huey Lewis & The News' "Back in Time."

    Shelley Hennig is adorable, give her more starring roles.

  • The Lighthouse of the Orcas

    The Lighthouse of the Orcas


    The mother of an autistic young boy travel from Spain to the Patagonia region of Argentina to meet a lighthouse keeper who has a special connection to one orca. The boy develops a connection with both the man and the orca. The mother, of course, develops an emotional connection to the man. Nicholas Sparks himself would be impressed.

    Beautiful scenery and a touching story, it's easy to enjoy this one.

    Saw it as "The Lighthouse of the Orcas" but it is also known as "The Lighthouse of the Whales."

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  • Uncut Gems

    Uncut Gems


    The film opens with an inside look at Adam Sandler's colon, and then it blasts off into a stressful series of events that leave you white-knucklin' it for the entirety of the movie.

    Adam Sandler is in the zone here, the stench of Sandy Wexler is quickly fading. If Jonah Hill can be Oscar nominated twice for an Oscar, then the academy can surely throw a nom at Sandler for this, he's outstanding! The whole cast is, actually. This movie…

  • The Lighthouse

    The Lighthouse


    "Yer fond of me lobster, ain't ye?"

    This movie is a descent into madness, in more ways than one. It looks like Ingmar Bergman's Mutiny on the Bounty but has elements of many other cinematic works of art. It is, however, its own beast, and what a wild and crazy one it is too.

    Beautifully filmed in foreboding black and white in some old fashioned boxy aspect ratio, you're suddenly transported right there to the same lighthouse rock. The foghorn…