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  • Shallow Grave

    Shallow Grave


    "No, no. That's what you paid for it. Five hundred pounds is what you paid for it. We don't know how much its cost us yet."

    After more than 20 years of movie watching and over 20 of his films, I've never found Ewan McGregor anything less than charming, let alone annoying. Until today. In Shallow Grave, Danny Boyle's feature-length debut, he plays an obnoxious fuckboy who stands apart even from his utterly unlikable flatmates. To McGregor's credit, he does…

  • Zombieland: Double Tap

    Zombieland: Double Tap


    "What was that?"


    Zoey Deutch. Zombieland: Double Tap may be completely unnecessary (it is) but if there's one reason to celebrate this follow-up to one of the more amusing major studio releases of the aught 2000s, it's her. Channeling not only Paris and Nicole but the very soul of The Simple Life itself, her bubbly Madison is hilarious and disarmingly at-odds with the wavelength of the world around her, making her the unexpected saving grace of what ultimately feels…

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  • Midsommar



    Scavenger Hunt 52 - #5 - A film you think would be PERFECT to see at a drive-in theater.

    "Welcome, and happy Midsommar. SkΓ₯l!"

    Midsommar might take the flower crown for the most uncomfortable movie-going experience I've been through. It's a supremely disturbing and shocking picture that I guarantee you aren't ready for, no matter how much you think otherwise.

    I still haven't been able to shake this film's effect. It's certainly gotten under my skin and I can't imagine…

  • Parasite



    "You know what kind of plan never fails? No plan. No plan at all. You know why? Because life cannot be planned."

    As a young child, I would often look at massive estates that passed us by as I sat in the backseat of my parents' car during our leisurely drives and wonder what it would take to end up living in such fenced-in opulence. Since then, I still find myself taking the odd daydream stroll in these extravagant lifestyles.…