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Recent reviews

  • Bullet Train

    Bullet Train


    Definitely a fun film.

    A lot more violent than I thought it would be in the best way possible.

    David Leitch is 100% the best action director working today. He captures these fights so beautifully and methodically. He pretty much puts most other current action directors to shame.

    However, my issue with Bullet Train is caused by the same thing that was hampered my enjoyment of every Leitch film thus far: the script/story.

    Atomic Blonde, Deadpool 2, and Hobbes & Shaw…

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Popular reviews

  • The Return of the Living Dead

    The Return of the Living Dead


    The Return of the Living Dead (Dir. Dan O’Bannon, 1985)

    When audiences think of zombies, they instantly picture undead civilians who crave brains. While that depiction is regarded as played-out in the present day, in 1985, it had never been done before, at least until the release of The Return of the Living Dead.

    While watching it, Dan O’Bannon’s film felt like a somewhat enjoyable, yet insignificant zombie flick, but, historically, it actually is an important one. This was the…

  • The Way Back

    The Way Back


    The Way Back (Dir. Gavin O'Connor, 2020)

    The Way Back stars Ben Affleck as Jack Cunningham, a former high school basketball star whose life has gone to shit because of his alcoholism. When Jack is asked to coach the team he once played for years ago, he begins a path to redemption.

    Leading up to the film’s release, I heard that this was an incredibly personal performance for Ben Affleck. Various entertainment news sources reported that he broke down while…