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  • Godzilla: The Planet Eater

    Godzilla: The Planet Eater


    After the events of the previous entry, City On The Edge Of Battle, there's conflict between the Bilusado and the humans about what should be done about Haruo not taking the opportunity to kill Godzilla. The Bilusado believe it should be done at any and all costs while the humans don't want to sacrifice their literal humanity to do so and are also thinking about the aftereffects of killing Godzilla with the nanotechnology - it would have…

  • Railroad Tigers

    Railroad Tigers



    Railroad Tigers is one of the few Jackie Chan flicks I have not seen, until now, and his recent efforts have been not great, with a few exceptions, but this is one of the better ones.

    Definitely better than Bleeding Steel.

    That's for sure.

    The characters and story of Railroad Tigers are sufficient enough; my only real complaints are too much editing and its sorta misguided tone. The movie takes place in the context of Japan-occupied China,…

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  • Under the Skin

    Under the Skin




    That was weird."

    Don't you hate when people say that at the end of a film?

    Me too. It actually drives me crazy.

    But you know what?

    For the first time in my life ... I was actually brought to those words after I saw Under The Skin this afternoon. Though jokingly said, a part of me was serious. So let's talk about it, eh?

    Under The Skin is the third film by Jonathan Glazer in thirteen years.…

  • Boyhood



    There's really no easy way of beginning this Boyhood review.
    I'd explain what the film is and what the film's about, but I'm assuming all you film nerdz already know plenty about it. But there's one thing I can explain to you.

    It's not very good.

    Richard Linklater, who very very very few people or nonexistent-people-I-may-be-referring-to already know, is my favorite filmmaker in the history of cinema. I find his knack for pinpointing realism and creating genuine authenticity onto the…