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  • Birds of Prey (and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn)

    Birds of Prey (and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn)


    Some films decide to bring you along slowly, they setup the plot and bring you in by introducing you to the key players. Other films kick the door open and grab you to take you along for the ride. Birds of Prey is decidedly one of the latter cases.
    Birds of Prey delivers a vigorous energy throughout, it feels like you are high on drugs. The close-ups feel very intimate yet feel very caricature in a positive way. The quality…

  • 1917



    Sharing more in common with fellow war set thriller Dunkirk and Saving Private Ryan than more traditional war films , 1917 sees Mendes and his team of behind the scenes superstars and actors unleash a rather simplistic men on a mission type race against time pulse racer that becomes something truly special thanks to the craftsmanship on show that is of the highest order you'd ever hope to see.
    The film works for numerous reasons: the direction is tremendous, the…

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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..