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  • Horns



    Where do I begin. Performances by Radcliffe and company were passable and believable. Story was a bit contrived and little too much at times. Cinematography
    Was fantastic though with some of the most unique shot ideas I have ever seen in a film. Decent twist in story but not enough from me wanting to watch this again.

  • Wish I Was Here

    Wish I Was Here


    An honest interpretation of the struggles of a real life family. Surprisingly funny and touching at the same time. Great performances and cinematography , and a refreshing take on religion,love, and life.

  • Boyhood



    Seems to me that you either love this movie or don't love this movie. I loved this movie. From the first scene down to the last it was encaptivating and I had felt like I had grown up with all these people. Due to minimilist cinematography and almost a documentary style of filmaking it seems like it is a real Life depiction of this kid which in a lot if ways it is. I can honestly say I have never felt this way about a movie and it changed the way I view film . Can't say that Snowpiercer did that for me

  • Foxcatcher



    Great performances by Tatum, Ruffalo, and Carel but poor pacing, lack of character development , and an anticlimactic ending make this film lackluster. I was never bored by this film but was never excited either.

  • The Tree of Life

    The Tree of Life


    I can't say this is an easy film to watch, but it is an experience. The lack of dialogue makes this film a pure cinematic and visual masterpiece. Acting is great, and believable, and it is a gorgeous film to behold. The themes that run throughout are of family, questioning are own existence and the balance of grace and nature. This film is perfectly executed and while it may not be for everyone will stick with you for days and weeks to come.