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  • Deadpool 2

    Deadpool 2


    Hot take: Better than Infinity War.

    Also better than Deadpool.

    Give Domino her own movie (or put her in the foreground of X-Force).

    I think the humor hits more often than the first film. The story was at least slightly better. Domino and Cable were great. Better villain. The flashback wasn't 50% of the movie. Fantastic mid-credits scene.

  • Mississippi Burning

    Mississippi Burning


    I'll never understand. I'll never be able to wrap my mind around the prejudice and racism that was so blatant and disgusting. The torture, the abuse, the slander, and the disregard for the way anyone else felt is inconceivable. I just can't understand it.

    It's not just this film. It's any of them. Any film with depictions of slavery, lynching, or the KKK. Any film with prejudice and racism, whether it's intended to be there, absolutely baffles me time and…

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  • A Dog's Purpose

    A Dog's Purpose


    The controversy doesn't matter in rating the film. I personally feel as though the video and TMZ blew things out of proportion. Whatever problems were happening seem to have been minimal and with no malicious intent.

    As for the film itself, it is one of the most manipulative things I've ever seen. Josh Gad isn't even 1% of the voice actor here as he was in Frozen. The implications of reincarnation and dogs in general is utterly absurd. It feels…

  • Fur: An Imaginary Portrait of Diane Arbus

    Fur: An Imaginary Portrait of Diane Arbus


    March 2016 Scavenger Hunt

    Film #1/Task #1
    An unconventional romantic film.

    I decided to focus my reviews on the task, as opposed to the film as a whole.

    Downey and Kidman are just so strange. Their characters languish over almost everything. Their touch lingers whenever they pick up the simplest mundane object. It's very off-putting, but it does help to elevate them above the rest of the characters to the point where you can really see a connection forming between…