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Favorite films

  • Oppenheimer
  • Poor Things
  • Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse
  • Godland

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  • Silent Night

    ★★★

  • El Conde

    ★★

  • Pretty Woman

    ★★★★½

  • Nǎi Nai & Wài Pó

    ★★★½

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  • Silent Night

    Silent Night

    ★★★

    SILENT NIGHT hits well as being a dumb action flick. It's the sort of movie you can turn on and give yourself a mental break for a bit, but still have fun watching. It’s not one of John Woo’s better movies, but there’s enough there to keep you entertained. I know some people got tired of the no dialogue aspect of movie rather quickly, but I liked how heavily Woo leaned into that gimmick. I didn’t have to hear one bad guy yell “I’m gonna kill you!” or “Come and get me, <expletive>!”. At least the generic lines from action flicks weren’t included.

  • El Conde

    El Conde

    ★★

    EL CONDE may be beautifully shot but everything else landed extremely flat for me. I found it challenging to make it through. The satire was heavily laid out, but it ultimately lacked any humour. Perhaps turning a political figure into a vampire isn’t the best way to go with things. Politicians already suck the energy and power out of everyone around them without having to drink their blood.

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  • Drive-Away Dolls

    Drive-Away Dolls

    ★★★

    DRIVE-AWAY DOLLS is a road trip movie set in 1999 but feels more like a 70’s raunchy comedy caper. Margaret Qualley and Geraldine Viswanathan provide good performances and have good chemistry together. Colman Domingo provides a great performance and was the standout for me. While this is Ethan Coen’s film, it has a lot of similar vibes to some other films from the Coen Brothers (Burn After Reading and Fargo particularly came to mind for me). I had fun watching…

  • The Father

    The Father

    ★★★★½

    THE FATHER stars Sir Anthony Hopkins as a man that is suffering from dementia and I honestly can say that this film made me feel like I was suffering along with him. The script is impeccable. The production design is extraordinary, especially as little changes are made throughout the film. The acting is phenomenal. I think an Oscar nom for Hopkins is a sure bet and wouldn’t be surprised even a little bit if he took the prize home. Olivia…