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  • The Toymaker

    The Toymaker


    Some how better and worst than Revenge of Robert*...

    Andrew Jones turned out to be the most annoyingly incompetent director in present times. Between the bad filmmaking and pretentious writing, useless acting and tedious storytelling, there's absolutely no payoff.

    I mean you're making a movie about killer dolls. DO SOMETHING WITH THEM! 2/3rds of this movie is about nazis' looking for a book. I mean there are scenes ripped right out of Inglorious Basterds (a film that shouldn't be mentioned…

  • The Revenge of Robert the Doll

    The Revenge of Robert the Doll


    There are four of these Robert the Doll films. FOUR...

    I didn't know that. I thought this was just the sequel to Robert the Doll (a film I have not seen), not the THIRD sequel. Jesus Christ, Why?

    First of all Robert the Doll is barely in this hunk of junk. Second of all, the first 30-40 minutes (out of 80 min. total) are completely useless. The story (and a dumb-ass story too) doesn't actually start until halfway through the…

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  • mother!



    Oh boy...

    Controversial? sure.

    Pretentious? nah.

    Unique? yes.

    Intense? undeniably.

    Scary? not the scary you're thinking of.

    Good? very.

    Once you get the metaphor, the message is straight forward. But it doesn't bash you over the head with it (unlike what some people think). Aronofsky is just telling it as it is, through his own interpretation of the story. I think it's quite brilliant, the way he pulled it off.

    I would like to Highly Recommend this film, but it…

  • Solo: A Star Wars Story

    Solo: A Star Wars Story

    I wish that I was alive when Star Wars, directed by George Lucas, hit theaters. It was a completely original, special effects heavy B-movie that took everyone by surprise. A commercial success. The people's choice. A movie for everyone, old or young, with no strings attached...

    That will never, ever happen again.

    Whether it be today, tomorrow, or as long as we travel the path that we're currently on in the verse of cinema. That will never happen again.