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  • Transformers: The Last Knight

    Transformers: The Last Knight


    Probably the best Transformers movie in a decade. I was genuinely surprised. It was a pretty overloaded movie, but the stakes and the scale were staggering. The writers crafted a compelling story, which is something the franchise has been missing almost since it’s inception.

    I also enjoyed the relevance of the characters. Throughout a majority of this franchise the humans have mostly just been brave individuals with little significance, but this installment changed that. Mark Wahlberg is hard to dislike;…

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  • Widows



    It’s rare that a film feels poorly paced, hard to follow and showcases ill-defined characters all at the same time. I expected Steve McQueen to hit a few of a those marks; hell, I expected him to hit them out of the park. Unfortunately, Widows was just kind of messy. 

    I spent a majority of the film waiting for something big and thrilling to happen. When those moments finally came they were just underwhelming. The sub-plots and minor twists just…

  • The Wizard of Oz

    The Wizard of Oz


    It’s impossible to bring up musicals and not mention The Wizard of Oz. What’s more amazing is how well the visuals hold up for a movie that’s older than some of our grandparents.

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  • The Revenant

    The Revenant


    Powerful and moving. Hard to watch but impossible to look away. I could feel the pain in Leo Dicaprio's performance. The affects of the wilderness were penetrating. I loved the movie and I hope Alejandro Innaritu gets his acclaim for it.

  • mother!



    All I can say is that sometimes allegory really works for me, and sometimes it doesn’t. Unfortunately, this is one of the times it doesn’t. My podcasting partner Matt said that this movie is going to sit with him for a while. I agree with that. It’s remarkably powerful. The visuals and camera work were a serious achievement. I think maybe the allegory was just a little blunt for me. It’s an impressive movie worth seeing, but I don’t know that I consider it remarkable.