Hi my name is Justin, I left my old church because they wouldn't let me watch movies.
"So why do you shop at night, then?"
"People wind me up."
The Female has been expressly designed to entice and lure males of the target species, delivering them to be harvested for their meat. She's tracked by an ever-lurking handler, who monitors her for aberrant personality growth and acts as a deterrent against attempts to deviate from her prescribed role. Her body autonomy was revoked before she was born but this isn't considered to be an…
"You want me to make this easy for you? No, no fucking way, it's not gonna be! IT'S NOT EASY FOR ME!"
How can you go on living once you've chosen evil and the consequences are closing in and it's too late for dreams, too late for forgiveness, too late even for acceptance of fate? Why continue existing now that you've failed your goals and discarded your morality, revealing your deepest self to be nothing like the pleasant persona you've…
"You are a very bad influence."
Another top-shelf Plaza product, kind of doing for her what Pig did for Nic Cage in terms of taking someone we know and love and usually find funny and putting them in grounded danger whilst refraining from going over the top or turning into an action film. Not that she hasn't done Serious Shit™ before but this isn't as surreal as something like Black Bear or as eventually reassuring as a Ingrid Goes West.…
A plodding and mediocre thriller of the sort that people really seem to love to hire Noomi Rapace for. And I can easily see why, because these things must have someone of her intensity and commitment to be even remotely memorable.
This one milks the everloving shit out of its possible case of mistaken identity (is dude German or Swiss? hmmm), but you can pretty much tell from the jump that this is one of those movies that hopes to…
Mehhhhhhh. The synopsis and marketing write a check the actual product can't cash. The strong first episode sets up a basic but promising revenge tale of a young female director trying to even the score against a predatory producer but we take so many ridiculous twists and turns along the path that you don't even care that much by the time you finally get to the messy, lackluster payoff. There's a metric shit ton of body horror stuff which should…
"Thank God I'm an atheist."
To get any enjoyment out this film I think you either need to be a fan of the people involved or you need to be someone who just loves the sub-genre of 'movies about making movies.' Both of those descriptors apply to me so I had a good time but I will say I don't think there's much value here for the casual viewer.
After a few minutes of chit chat it becomes just endless…