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  • Logan Lucky

    Logan Lucky


    The acting is great and everyone from Channing Tatum, Adam Driver, Daniel Craig, and (surprisingly) Katie Holmes put on rather authentic southern accents, crisp cinematography and tight editing and direction, a trademark of Soderbergh, and a rather smart heist film- even if it's basically the redneck Ocean's Eleven.
    And while there are laughs to be found, especially with some great character driven comedy, there is quite a lot of padding and filler just to keep the film afloat, with plot…

  • The Glass Castle

    The Glass Castle


    Forgiveness is certainly divine, as is the understanding that all humans are flawed, forcing us to take the bad with the good.
    When it comes to giving the film some humanity, Harrelson especially is noteworthy in balancing fearful menace and tearful regret. Brie Larson gives a decent-to-solid performance, but I think she was overshadowed by Ella Anderson's much more soulful performance in playing the younger perspective of the character.
    The film also heads to dark areas, which is sort of…

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  • Deadpool



    This movie is basically the world's most violent and vulgar Bugs Bunny cartoon! Bring on the Chimichangas!!
    It's hilarious, fun, raunchy, daring, outrageous, vulgar, twisted- almost anything you can think you wouldn't see in a comic book movie- Except in Deadpool! Defiantly not for kids! (we need more R-rated superheroes)
    Ryan Reynolds works as Deadpool in the same manner as Robert Downey Jr. as Iron Man- he's already half the character he's playing.
    It's story is small scoped but works,…

  • Mulholland Drive

    Mulholland Drive


    Yeah- this was a mindfuck for the ages..