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  • I Saw the Devil

    I Saw the Devil


    Uncut Edition 

    Kim Soo-hyeon: Close your eyes. Look away and plug your ears.

    Evil is very apparent in this film, and regularly shown, but is there any good to stand against it? 

    Violence and extremely brutality occur from many characters but it’s not just for the sake of shock value or cheap thrills. The story and the loss of “humanity” warrant it. This is an intimate view of a serial killer unlike any that came before. The loss or disconnect…

  • Braveheart



    4K Ultra /Dolby Atmos

    Over the last couple of years I’ve seen a lot of films I’d say are masterpieces or have affected me in ways where I love them wholeheartedly. Examples of these being films like Blade Runner 2049, Warrior, Dunkirk, Fury, The Grand Budapest Hotel, Incendies, La La Land, Parasite......and it can go on forever. I’ve been fully engaged and caught up in these films but nothing has ever grabbed me in such a way that Mel Gibson’s…

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  • Stuber



    Dave Batista, however talented, would never beat Iko Uwais in a fight. 

    That aside Dave Batista is completely awesome and is a comedic and action star. 

    Best Performer: Dave Batista 
    Best Scene: Everything in the strip club

  • Come to Daddy

    Come to Daddy


    Completely bonkers and brutal. But at the same time hilarious. 

    What in the world!!!

    Who is Elijah’s hairstylist and costume designer??

    Best performer: Elijah Wood
    Best Scene: Fight with the hunchback. 

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  • Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood

    Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood


    This is what you get when Tarintino makes a comedy. 

    Cliff Booth: Alright, What's the matter partner? 

    Rick Dalton: It's official old buddy, I'm a has been

    This is a very personal and retro movie. Inglorious Bastards is his best film but this is pretty close for me. It’s hilarious with great star performances from DiCaprio and Pitt. This film takes you back to when films were based on Movie Stars, instead of themes and money-making ability. Not that one is…

  • I Can Only Imagine

    I Can Only Imagine


    Dang Dennis Quaid was great.

    Great and moving story about the life story of Bart Millard and the making of the chart-topping I Can Only Imagine.

    The film flows well with a pretty decent script and performances, especially Dennis Quaid and Trace Atkins.

    Probably the best film I’ve seen from the Christian  movie genre.