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  • Ouija: Origin of Evil

    Ouija: Origin of Evil

    The original "Ouija" was the most cliched lazily executed excretion of a horror film to come out in 2014. Ouija: Origin of Evil is slightly better due to being an "Exorcist" knockoff. While the film is well shot and the 60s aesthetic is utterly convincing you've seen this plot a thousand times before and its way past old hat at this point. Worse yet, the film isn't even slightly scary. Possessed characters repeatedly show this contorted CGI face which is…

  • Justice League

    Justice League


    Easily the second best DCEU movie, although that isn't a particularly high bar to leap. Post-Wonder Woman the series seems to finally be getting on the right track. The films tone is much more upbeat, there's some sharp humor here, all the team members have a good dynamic, the color pallet isn't washed out anymore, and this film takes full advantage of the vast DC Universe's world. If you liked Wonder Woman but wished Superman and Batman had gotten better movies, this one is worth your time.

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  • Interstellar



    "Do not go gentle into that good night,
    Old age should burn and rave at close of day;
    Rage, rage against the dying of the light."

    In short, this film is the lovechild of Gravity & 2001: A Space Odyssey. In long, this film is a lovingly crafted deeply contemplative science fiction drama. The majority of the complaints I got about this film from people (besides the ones I listed below) boil down to the fact that most of the real…

  • Star Wars: The Force Awakens

    Star Wars: The Force Awakens


    Star Wars Canon Entry #9 & My Must Watchlist for 2015 Entry #12

    Having a filmmaker helm the new entry in beloved franchise who is also a fan of said franchise can be a mixed blessing. On the one hand you have someone who “gets” the intellectual property fans adore but on the other hand the creator can potentially be blinded by nostalgia. Take Superman Returns for example. In the 70’s Richard Donner brought Superman to the big screen which wowed…