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  • Whiplash

    Whiplash

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    Music was never my forte. For a little while, I played bass as a hobby before finding out that music wasn’t much my thing, and video editing/writing was more my suit. Whiplash is a film built for those who understand music with a burning passion, but for someone who’s on the outside looking in, it manages to speak to those with passions outside of the music industry.

    Despite my lack of knowledge for the musical terms used throughout Whiplash, the…

  • Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice

    Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice

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    3/10 ("Ultimate Edition")

    "You're gonna go to war?"

    After the destruction of Metropolis in Man of Steel, Batman/Bruce Wayne (Ben Affleck) vows to control or destroy a possibly horrible threat against humanity.

    Dear lord, what the hell is this movie?

    I guess I'll start with the fact that this "Ultimate Edition" doesn't do anything to improve this movie. We get a load of extremely pointless scenes, and a rather stupid subplot that adds nothing to the film, besides making Superman…

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  • Swiss Army Man

    Swiss Army Man

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    If you were going to jump into a film directed by the guys who made the DJ Snake/Lil’ Jon β€œTurn Down for What” music video, I guess this is what should be expected. Swiss Army Man composes bizarre, child-like comedy with a great sense of heart.

    As a whole, Swiss Army Man is a technically proficient film, with great direction, color, editing, cinematography, and the sorts, yet as the film goes on, and begins to mesh the strange with the…

  • Blinded by the Light

    Blinded by the Light

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    Blinded by the Light is a great celebration of art, and how we can be inspired to create big new things. An admittedly standard coming of age story is further developed into a beautiful cultural celebration of diversity and love. At its very heart, Blinded by the Light perfectly captures the ideology that you don’t need to be of a specific gender, race, or even anywhere near a certain part of the globe to have somebody’s art speak to you.…

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  • Slender Man

    Slender Man

    Maybe if it was 2011, people would actually give a shit about this.

  • Shrek Retold

    Shrek Retold

    Alright, I got this added into the database. I'm trying to get a poster and more cast information from the creators if at all possible. Thanks for your patience.