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  • Phantom Thread

    Phantom Thread


    Fucking bonkers how good this film is. The entire run-time my entire thought process is as simple as “PTA is the best director of all-time”. Every single thing about Phantom Thread screams impressive to me, like every component that makes this up is yelling at me to appreciate their individual advantages. From the top to the bottom this is just perfection. No one does romance (and obsession and infatuation) like PTA. Not to mention this is the single funniest movie ever and home to some of the most hilarious lines of dialogue in cinema. Just absolutely fucking wicked how great this shit is.

  • Virus



    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    Film Lads Film Club: Round 2 #1

    I don't mind the premise as despite most of them being pretty trash, I've got a soft spot for disaster and survival movies but Virus failed to really grasp my attention at any point in the film. I find the idea of this quite interesting and coincidentally it was only the other day I was having a similar kind of conversation, but my own influence only took me so far in Virus' storytelling…

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  • Avengers: Endgame

    Avengers: Endgame


    I am so beyond pleased right now I'm feel like I'm in a mild state of shock. Endgame delivers and delivers hard off the back of Infinity War in a way I can't say I was totally expecting. Just how the culmination of 10 years resulted in the behemoth that was IW, Endgame closes the curtain of this chapter in the MCU in way that is most fitting. There are things we didn't see that I would've loved to have…

  • The Irishman

    The Irishman


    Tough to immediately sum up my thoughts given it's length and will take me at least a month to soak this bad boy in fully. Very likely I see this again before it leaves cinemas so hopefully I've got some idea of a succinct thought process by then. My main takeaways from this watch are that of complete confidence that this is, at the very least fucking incredible, Robert De NiroJoe Pesci and Al Pacino specifically are award worthy performances, though…