Matt Neglia

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Owner & Editor In Chief for the entertainment Awards website filled with film reviews, weekly podcast episodes and more!

Favorite films

  • The Lord of the Rings
  • Apocalypse Now
  • The Shawshank Redemption
  • 2001: A Space Odyssey

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  • Dune: Part Two

    ★★★★★

  • Madame Web

    ½

  • Orion and the Dark

    ★★★

  • Bob Marley: One Love

    ★★

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  • Dune: Part Two

    Dune: Part Two

    ★★★★★

    DUNE: PART TWO is an astonishing sci-fi epic that surpasses Part One in every single way. Denis Villeneuve has realized his dream of adapting Frank Herbert’s masterwork to the big screen with the depth and scale it deserves in a tour de force we rarely see anymore. Truly in awe of all its craft from top to bottom and the perfect cast who bring these characters to vivid life. Timothée Chalamet gives one of his most captivating performances to date,…

  • Madame Web

    Madame Web

    ½

    Not only is MADAME WEB set in 2003 but it may have set the entire superhero genre back that far as well. What are we even doing here? Unless this is a deliberate attempt to recapture the so-bad-it’s-kind-of-good (but not really) vibe of “Elektra” & “Catwoman” this is bewildering on literally every level. From the dizzying camera moves, the incoherent editing, the terrible ADR, writing, acting, visual effects….literally, everything. The only form of entertainment comes from laughing in disbelief at its…

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  • All Quiet on the Western Front

    All Quiet on the Western Front

    ★★★★½

    ALL QUIET ON THE WESTERN FRONT is the most terrifyingly realistic depiction of war on film since Saving Private Ryan. A bleak, brutal onslaught on the senses with an immersive soundscape & astonishing cinematography. A stunning technical achievement on all fronts from production design, makeup, original score to Felix Kammerer’s agonizing performance.

  • Barbie

    Barbie

    ★★★★

    Greta Gerwig has done it again! BARBIE never loses its joyous spirit while telling a thoughtfully meta-story about gender roles, existentialism & self-worth. First 15 minutes had me a bit nervous but as it progressed beyond Barbieland and into the real world it became much more layered & emotional than I was expecting. Margot Robbie is beyond perfect in a role she was born to play, while Ryan Gosling is exuberantly hilarious. Endlessly creative, silly & fun.

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