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  • Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

    Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri


    Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri is a film about acceptance through struggle disguised as a crime drama, and it's amazing.

    This is the best film of 2017 that I've seen. Frances is incredible, Sam Rockwell is AMAZING, and the emotional impact this has while also being throughly entertaining is very impressive.

    After In Bruges left me a bit upset with how I felt about it, I was really hoping for a good McDonagh film, and this didn't disappoint at all.

    Now onto to Seven Psychopaths.... hooray?

  • Millennium Actress

    Millennium Actress


    Great movie, I'm very surprised I didn't like it more. I could see this being one of the films I rewatch one day this year, and after that rewatch my opinion completely changes. It's really interesting how Kon could take such an odd, creative story and turn it into such a great mix of emotional moments and entertainment.

    Even though I didn't love it, it still has me interested in more Satoshi Kon films, which I'll watch eventually. Especially Perfect Blue, but for now I'll stick to Ghibli.

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  • Baby Driver

    Baby Driver


    This rating isn't set in stone, I need to think on this. I'm seriously debating whether I like this or 'Shaun of the Dead' better.

    Regardless of which Wright film I prefer, this is, along with 'Get Out', my favorite film of 2017 thus far. Every character did their job perfectly, and they managed to create a perfect Action-Comedy film.


  • 12 Angry Men

    12 Angry Men


    There is nothing not perfect about this movie.

    The mystery, the slow, developing story with new details arising every minute, the back and forth swing of votes. It's all flawless.

    Henry Fonda is incredible, and all the others actors, specifically Lee J. Cobb and Joseph Sweeney, their performances are mind blowing.

    This kept my complete interest for 96 minutes, and for someone with an insanely short attention span that is impressive.