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  • The Invisible Man

    The Invisible Man


    It’s a movie that has good sound design and camera work, but the frustratingly lackluster plot, dialogue and character writing was too overwhelming to ignore. It build suspense really well but the pay offs were almost always met with an unnecessarily and excruciatingly loud noise jump scare. A handful of the dialogue was cheesy and came off incredibly scripted. The ending was also underwhelming, predictable and full of holes that didn’t add up. Again, in the suspense department, it was good. But almost everything else fell flat. Which isn’t a surprise coming from Blumhouse.


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  • The Lodge

    The Lodge


    As someone who went into this film completely blindfolded, this was one of the most unnerving films I’ve ever seen where the tension and psychological element never let its foot off the gas. The direction in terms of the acting and aesthetics were pitch perfect. There are moments in this film where the editing, sound, music, acting and cinematography created these unforgettable nightmarish sequences that felt both thematic and psychological. I’m extremely impressed with the films direction. There were only…

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  • Joker



    This was the most insane and memorable cinematic experience I’ve ever had with a comic book film. Seriously, Joaquin Phoenix is a treasure and gives the performance of a lifetime here. Easily in contention with Heath Ledger as the best Joker performance of all time. Todd Phillips directed this film to perfection where the vast majority of the films world, atmosphere and events feel incredibly believable on top of being aesthetically stunning to look at. It’s thematically rich, beautifully ironic,…

  • Uncut Gems

    Uncut Gems


    Such a fuckin phenomenal piece of filmmaking goddamn. Best performance of Adam Sandler’s career. Possibly the Safdie brothers best film to date. Everybody needs to see this film ASAP. Also expect an analysis on this film because I have a lot to say about it’s thematic approach in terms of the symbolism and characters. 9.5/10

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