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  • Everything Everywhere All at Once

    Everything Everywhere All at Once


    With $200 million, you get a neutered director, occasionally breaking through and delivering a serviceable blockbuster with the occasional wacky multiverse scene before reverting to the safe experience you expected it to be.

    With $25 million, you get a feature where the possibilities are endless, every scene is introducing something new and interesting, a bonkers, hilarious, endearing, sweet and silly ride that isn't ashamed to be what it is.

    God bless the Daniels.

  • Moon Knight

    Moon Knight


    Wow, an MCU property Leon enjoyed? I'm just as shocked as you are. Kevin Feige finally allows some talented filmmakers the keys to the universe and (mostly) let's them go wild with creative cinematography, genuinely funny humour that lands more than it misses and a ton of interesting, fun action setpieces while also leering into some horror undertones that caught me off guard. It's not perfect and the final two episodes left a lot to be desired for me, but…

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  • Zack Snyder's Justice League

    Zack Snyder's Justice League

    Four years ago, audiences were treated to Justice League, a film I helmed "the worst superhero movie ever made" at the time of release and leaving that cinema initially, I was so disappointed and frustrated from my experience with it. It left me confused, unentertained and mostly bored. It's a film that's so tonally at odds with itself, half of it's trying to be this Marvel-lite affair, with random out-of-place humour, rushed pacing and nothing redeemable to offer its audiences.…

  • Free Guy

    Free Guy


    The worst film I've seen in a cinema all year, bar none.

    Insufferable, corporate garbage seems to be a trend this year and Free Guy is no exception to the rule. Hollywood attempts to replicate the success of Grand Theft Auto Online by completely missing the point of online video games and recycling the plots to The Truman Show and The LEGO Movie but having funny man Ryan Reynolds say “virginity” over and over again because that’s good writing.