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  • Pacific Rim

    Pacific Rim


    Watched this on BluRay to test my new surround sound set up. While the 5.1 track didn't actually have much depth to it beyond just regular stereo, I still had an absolute blast. Pacific Rim is just the right level of stupid while still being beautiful to look at and exciting.

    Most scenes are lit like a cartoon with strong colour themes and contrasting palates. The neon glow made for great silhouettes that help you follow the otherwise busy monster…

  • Star Trek: Nemesis

    Star Trek: Nemesis


    Production and plot-wise, slightly better than your average TNG episode, but that's not saying too much. Unfortunately, the script felt a little dumbed down compared to some of the better episodes. Why was Tom Hardy bald? That's stupid, especially considering that in actual episodes of star trek where we get to see a young Picard, he wasn't bald. Picard even makes reference to having more hair when he was younger several time throughout the series. HE EVEN HAS MORE HAIR…

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  • Midsommar



    Aside from a few minor "scary parts" that didn't make no god damn sense, Midsommar is a fantastic movie.

    I was very much impressed by the framing of most shots. Many scenes in the first act of the film utilize mirrors and long, steady takes to show the viewer every angle of a scene at the same time. Other times when, a mirror is not present, entire conversations will happen with the camera only showing half of the people involved.…

  • Rocketman



    Brilliant, fun, inspiring, beautiful, sad, and extravagant. Rocketman was incredibly fun, and one of the best musicals I've ever seen.

    Anyone who complains about Rocketman not being historically accurate has missed the point. Some biopics that do try to recreate an accurate chronology of events can and should be criticized when they alter the facts. Far too often, biopics tend to tell a story that sounds plausible while also helping the brand image of whoever it is portraying by telling…