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  • Justice League

    Justice League

    ★★★★½

    "Child, my axe is still slick with the blood of your sisters."

    Hi. I haven't reviewed a movie in around 2 months. Why? Classes to attend and deadlines to meet but that's not the point. What matters is that i had to review Justice League, because I father-flipping loved the crap out of it.

    Okay from the reviews I've seen, people are not really swallowing JL. Of course I am not a complete ignorant moron, I know it has a…

  • Logan Lucky

    Logan Lucky

    ★★★★

    An elaborate heist, refreshingly witty dialogue, and most of all the subtle quick jokes executed effortlessly made Logan Lucky a great movie to watch. It knew when to get serious and when to be hilarious. When to drop the jokes hurriedly and when to make a long loud bit.

    Look, I am sure this isn't quite a 4 star movie, but I had a great time watching it and you probably will too.

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  • It

    It

    ★★★★½

    "You punched me, made me walk through shitty water, dragged me through a crackhouse....and now I'm gonna have to kill this fucking clown."

    I am writing this review the next morning after watching It, because the last thing I wanted to do last night was think about those freaking balloons again. It isn't only horrifying because of the demonic shapeshifting clown, it also deals with fear itself and how it manifests for different people. Fear of standing out, of loss,…

  • The Shallows

    The Shallows

    ★★★½

    Simple and straight to the point.

    In an unnamed beach in Mexico, medically-trained, bird-taming Blake Lively goes to toe to fin with a great white. The Shallows is less than 90 minutes long, and in that very short run time we get well-executed and beautifully-shot action sequences that work well despite the complete lack of a background story or any characterization, which resulted in the audience rooting less for the protagonist, at least that's what I did. Jaume Collet-Serrra focused…