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  • Tenebre

    Tenebre

    ★★★★½

    Part of 100 Greatest Directors Club
    Director #7: Dario Argento
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    Had a delay in finding time to finish the Dario Argento films I wanted to watch, but I think the schedule has been readjusted so I can finish him and start with Aronofsky in the next week, because I CAN'T FREAKING WAIT TO SHARE MY THOUGHTS ON MOTHER!, YA'LL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


    And I'm glad I decided to give Argento another chance, because after being massively let down by Inferno, I thought…

  • Thor

    Thor

    ★★★★½

    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    Part of Marvel Movie Madness: Celebrating 10 Years of the MCU
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    People often credit Guardians of the Galaxy for being the movie that explored the MCU's expansion into the cosmos, but in hindsight, it was Phase 1's Thor that first paved the way for more expansions to occur.

    Directed by veteran director Kenneth Branagh, Thor, inspired by Norse mythology, takes this mythos into the superhero genre into full force and doesn't stop until the credits roll, in Marvel's return…

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  • Star Wars

    Star Wars

    ★★★★★

    Reviewing the Commentary #1:
    Star Wars- commentary provided by writer/director George Lucas, Carrie Fisher (Princess Leia), sound designer Ben Burtt, and effects director of photography Dennis Muren

    What I learned the most from this experience- Chewbacca's roars were provided by different bears, the lightsaber effects were provided painstakingly frame by frame via traditionally animated drawing cells, it took days for Carrie Fisher to get that hologram message scene right, Lucas' belief that Star Wars is not a sci-fi movie, his…

  • King Arthur: Legend of the Sword

    King Arthur: Legend of the Sword

    ★★★★★

    I will never understand the mentality of modern filmgoers. They'll say they want something original and different, but when an original and different film comes out, they'll complain that it is weird, silly, and bonkers, even though the sequel or remake they just watched has the same elements and the love the living crap out of it (like Guardians 2, for instance).

    That's why I'm bummed that films like King Arthur: Legend of the Sword flopped, because in my eyes,…