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  • Zack Snyder's Justice League

    Zack Snyder's Justice League


    In 2018, I distinctly remember watching Justice League with three friends. Afterwards, we went to Carls Jr. where I spent nearly an hour stuffing my face and making fun of the film. It was everything I hated about Hollywood blockbuster films, and more specifically superhero films that play it safe and rely on over the top visuals and shitty one liners to carry the weak narrative.

    As for Snyder, my relationship with him is about the same. I've never been…

  • Punch-Drunk Love

    Punch-Drunk Love



    THERAPIST, (mid-40s), scruffy beard, thick glasses, plaid shirt with rolled sleeves, sits alone in his tranquil office, sipping coffee and perusing nondescript papers in his lap. On his right is a large window lighting up his profile, and similarly revealing various dusty psychology and philosophy books safely tucked away on his bookshelf for display. Hanging on the wall, illuminated by the light, is a PhD certificate from Harvard. All of a sudden, PP, (early twenties),…

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  • Godzilla



    Such an important movie for so many reasons, some of the wide city shots were amazing and while the human storylines weren’t fantastic, I think this film handled them better than the more recent Godzilla iterations. 

    6.4 / 10

  • Nobody



    White middle aged dads are going to mistake this for a rallying cry....I just know it.

    The core story is a somewhat interesting twist on the conventional John Wick-esque narrative, I just wish the film had done more to differentiate itself. The first third of the film was really exciting, mainly because it established itself has something different (especially with the bus scene because goddamn that was cool), but almost directly after that scene the remainder of the film felt…

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  • Malcolm & Marie

    Malcolm & Marie


    Holy shit just shut up.

    Beautifully shot but with some of the most melodramatic, egotistical, annoying, and exhausting dialogue I’ve ever seen put to screen. Zendaya and John David Washington try way too hard to salvage this whiny script, which is full of either gaslighting, the same three lines recycled in 1000 different ways, or just Director Sam Levinson using his characters as puppets to complain about critics and how smart and sexy he is. Honestly I feel like Levinson…