• Top Gun

    Top Gun

    Saw it in a pretty packed house on TC's 60th birthday. Seeing "a Tony Scott film" projected on 70mm was great, really something that I imagine should be experienced with many Tony Scott films.

  • Jurassic World Dominion

    Jurassic World Dominion

    ½

    Fucking worst movie i've ever seen. Straight up painful to watch. I wish Colin Trevorrow would spend the rest of his life locked in a dark windowless room so he could never get an "idea" out again.

  • Drive

    Drive

    A real human bean 🔥🔥🔥

  • Top Gun: Maverick

    Top Gun: Maverick

    So fucking good. Went into an IMAX showing, third row, semi-drunk, immediately clear that I made a big mistake sitting so close to the gigantic screen. Perhaps surprisingly became sober at once once the M:I7 trailer came on, followed by the film itself finally beginning. What a screen, what a picture, what a ride. Miles Teller is kinda insanely good in this, and not even in the "wow he plays such a good asshole" way. TC should go with no mention needed by now.

  • Trouble with the Curve

    Trouble with the Curve

    In honor of Eastwood's 92nd I tried ti pick one of his I could excuse myself watching on an ipad, for the lack of a better watching option. The film is alright, a feel-good flick that would obviously be better if it was directed by the man himself. Interestingly the only starring role of his since 1993 not directed by himself, instead being directed by his frequent producer/assistant director. In retrospect I probably should've picked something he directed to watch, being even more of a fan of his as a filmmaker. Happy birthday Clint!

  • Every Which Way but Loose

    Every Which Way but Loose

    Had to get a bit of head start in celebrating the legend's 92nd birthday coming tomorrow. Funny movie. That orangutan sure cracked me up.

  • Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness

    Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness

    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    Big thumbs up on Zombie Strange. The one part that felt like an actual Raimi film to me below some surface camera moves. Got me squirming with giddy joy in my seat when he started delivering the emotional monologue of the movie with those prosthetics and the Darkman voice. The level that the rest of the movie should've aspired for. The only part of the movie that did anything for me. Practically a bore otherwise. Hated every cameo (except Bruce and Stuhlbarg). I guess Pizza Poppa did make me laugh, seeing Bruce was nice.

  • The Beguiled

    The Beguiled

    Lit so dark the events occuring on screen could only be seen properly in a cinema or a room as dim as a cinema.

  • Death Wish

    Death Wish

    Man, Bronson is so cool.

  • A Simple Plan

    A Simple Plan

    For some reason the digital rental was 4:3 instead of 1.85:1.

  • The Northman

    The Northman

    One of the few action films of the recent years to remind that action doesn't have to feel numb, in vain, or boring at any point. Also an electric Kidman showcase.

  • The Lost City

    The Lost City

    So happy that the return of the Tatum has begun.