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  • Enola Holmes

    Enola Holmes


    "Useless men!"

    I'm all for strong and independent female leads but this movie has bits of some grindingly unsubtle feminism that made me cringe at times. It just felt like those random phrases that are scattered throughout the movie, show that some women can be equally as sexist as some men.

    Other than that, this is just another entry in the long list of boring Netflix originals.

  • Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker

    Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker


    The first hour or so went by without a single proper interaction or conversation between anyone, it all felt like on fast forward x2 (at least), just dull nonstop action. After that it slowed down a bit and manipulated me into caring quite much, honestly.
    I liked The Last Jedi as a standalone movie, but I undestand how it harmed the franchise in some ways. You can feel that a lot of effort is put into The Rise of Skywalker…

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  • Class Reunion

    Class Reunion


    Ēķa frontē bez pārmaiņām - amatieriski, jēli, bezgaumīgi un ultra-seksistiski.
    Šķita jau, ka "Blēžus" trulumā nepārspēt, bet autoriem tas ir izdevies ar uzviju, un šī filma ir tāds feispalms, ka tā pilnīgi visā tās garumā ir jāskatās caur pirkstiem.
    Varat šim mēslam izzinošos nolūkos upurēt pusotru stundu savas dzīves, ja vien ir iespēja to noskatīties bez maksas. Es, personīgi, būtu reāli nikns, ja tam būtu iztērējis kaut centu.

  • Suicide Squad

    Suicide Squad


    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    There are a few occasional cool bits, but they don't save this movie from being a shallow, pointless, incoherent and tedious drag that fails hard at trying to be really badass.

    It lacks any kind of Deadpool-like cheeky charm, the action scenes are dull, the plot doesn't make much sense and the characters are so thinly written that most of them are instantly forgettable.

    Also, they tricked us - prior to the film's release, we were led to believe that…