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  • Fast & Furious

    Fast & Furious


    Tried watching these films years ago and, despite hearing they get better with the fifth, the first three were so painful to sit through that I stopped, but with F9 (which looks delightfully insane) coming out soon, I decided to give this franchise another go.

    Anyway, this is definitely much better than the first three + Hobbs & Shaw and does show potential improvement for the franchise in the future, but it’s still not quite there yet. While it is refreshing to…

  • Hulk



    Very much a film of its time, and not because of the somewhat rough CGI (which isn’t even half as bad as people make it out to be for a film that came out in 2003). Rather, Ang Lee’s Hulk is very much a film of its time because it’s a comic book film that is so ambitious and so idiosyncratic, borderline experimental, it would most certainly never get made today. Certainly not in a time where Kevin Feige has…

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  • Captain Marvel

    Captain Marvel


    MCU Ranked

    Before I talk about Captain Marvel, I just want to say that if you see the film and dislike it, it’s alright. I know that a handful of people have/will have actual criticisms of the film (even if I completely disagree with them) and that is fine. Not all films work for everyone and we are all entitled to our own opinions. That said, if you are attacking Brie Larson on social media because of your own insecurity…

  • Midsommar



    A24 Ranked

    Absolutely phenomenal. Not as emotionally powerful as HEREDITARY, but better crafted, thematically deeper and more horrifying than that film. In fact, what HEREDITARY did for families, Midsommar does for relationships. Ari Aster makes so many bold creative choices with his sophomore feature film, and every single one of them pays off beautifully, especially the film’s comedic edge. As disturbing and horrifying the film can be, Midsommar is unironically by far the best comedy of the year, and a huge reason for that is because…