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  • Basically

    Basically

    ★★★

    This popped up on my recommended videos on Youtube, so naturally I decided to watch it. Honestly felt as though I had to force myself to sit and watch it. I thought certain parts were funny but it really didn't make up for how uninteresting the rest of the monologue was. I enjoyed the directing but it wasn't enough for redemption. The editing I felt was distracting as well from the monologue being spoken. The change of topic and scenery every 30 seconds made it hard to follow.

  • Good Time

    Good Time

    ★★★★

    I realized I have not seen much of Robert Pattinson's work other than the first Twilight (that was really enough for me from that series) so I decided to watch this one. I saw it was A24 and honestly that was all I needed to get convinced.

    Pattinson's acting was phenomenal, somehow being the protagonist and antagonist at the same time. The entire film created such a convincing "on the run" story, truly making the viewer unsure what lengths the…

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  • The Invisible Man

    The Invisible Man

    ★★★★

    I went into this one skeptical of the positive reviews that I had heard from friends. Thankfully I can say that I agree with the positive reviews, it was a good movie. The Invisible Man combined so many different sub-genres within "horror," it is almost hard to pin it as just one. Somehow it managed to be a psychological thriller, slasher, and a paranormal/supernatural film at the same time.

    I especially loved how the entire film spoke on the ongoing…

  • Honey Boy

    Honey Boy

    ★★★★

    Just finished watching this after watching it here and there over the span of 3 days. I think it took me so long to actually sit down and finish it because the subject matter was so hard for me to watch at times. It felt a little one-toned, but I think that actually worked in the favor for the message throughout.

    The cinematography was incredible and the lighting felt so intimate and real. So real at times that, as a…