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  • Tau



    Tau was a train wreck of a movie, and I hate myself for putting up with the 97 terrible minutes of this film. When you strip off the horrendous CGI and the nonsensical plot, all that's left is laughably terrible dialogue, Ed Skrein's dry acting performance, and (sadly) the obvious use of Maika Monroe as a piece of eye-candy.

    The only redeemable part of the film is found half-way its runtime (for which this film earns the one and a half stars), but it isn't worth sitting through the remaining parts to reach those scenes.

  • Blade Runner 2049

    Blade Runner 2049


    Denis Villeneuve does it again: after directing "Arrival" (in my opinion, one of the greatest film adaptations of recent cinema), he created this fine piece of film. I'm amazed that Villeneuve managed to pull of a sequel to an old science fiction classic, and I'm excited for his adaptation of "Dune", set to release next year.

    "Blade Runner 2049" certainly holds up to the original picture, and is a solid sequel to the original "Blade Runner". Some parts of the…

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  • Interstellar



    Interstellar (2014) - A Review

    Wow. Interstellar was an amazing experience. It was my first time going to the charming small town cinema six miles from my home town and I’m pleased I had this movie to attend. I wanted to see this film for a while now and tried to avoid all spoilers, and I’m glad I did, because this movie has some nice twists and turns.

    First of, Matthew McConaughey (The Wolf of Wall Street, Mud) and Anne…

  • Lucy



    Lucy (2014) - A Review

    Lucy is a sci-fi action movie about an American woman named Lucy who begins obtaining β€˜supernatural’ powers after she gets a large quantity of drugs in her body, starring Scarlett Johansson (Her, Under the Skin) and Morgan Freeman (The Shawshank Redemption).

    The movie isn’t really groundbreaking plot- or acting-wise. Lucy is a short but fun action flick with a not-so-scientific premise at its core. Luckily, the movie doesn’t take itself too seriously. If you look…