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  • Nebraska
  • Punch-Drunk Love
  • It's Such a Beautiful Day
  • 28 Days Later

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  • Halloween Kills

    ★★

  • The Card Counter

    ★½

  • Palmer

    ★★★½

  • The Guilty

    ★½

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  • Halloween Kills

    Halloween Kills

    ★★

    I found that even in it’s worst moments, 2018’s Halloween still demonstrated the effects of the trauma that Laurie was put through for 40 years, and portrayed her lasting post-traumatic stress in a decent enough way. With Green’s newest outing, an hour passed, and barely anything caught my eye. Halloween Kills is a barrage of screaming and corny quipping to a point of no return. Now granted, this is to be expected. It’s Halloween. But that shtick means nothing anymore.…

  • The Card Counter

    The Card Counter

    ★½

    “This is not a proposal you can afford to reject.”

    I didn’t like First Reformed, primarily because of Schrader’s constant need to use Scorsese-isms. Specifically long drawn out pieces of narration to smooth the brain of anyone not listening hard enough to understand his wordy drivel. His need to use cinema as an outlet for his incessant political rants proves to be aggravating in the sake of what he’s trying to say and how he’s saying it. My point being…

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  • Arrival

    Arrival

    ★★★★½

    I love this movie.

    Arrival is incredible in every ascpect of film making cinematography, music, acting, sound mixing/editing, writing ETC...

    Acting: Amy Adams is a real gem and we need to see more of her on the big screen, and Jeremy Renner also did a great job.

    Music/sound: The music in Arrival is so well done with the different pitches of women doing that kind bum, bum, bum thing if you get what I’m saying. And the sound mixing for…

  • Beautiful Boy

    Beautiful Boy

    ★★

    Beautiful Boy tries so hard to make light of a true story about addiction, but what is portrayed is an abhorrent mess of a film that has shoddy editing, extremely tone deaf and uncomfortably bad church music, writing that doesn’t hit any emotional point well, and a poorly structured plot that moves back and forth between time periods so erratically, that I didn’t even know what time period it was at points. Chalamet’s performance is decent, but he overacts to…