What an absolute treat to get not just 1 Jackass films this year, but 2. These ".5" films have always followed previous releases showing off unseen footage, unused stunts and behind the scene interviews. I'd always found them lesser, but always watchable. This time around however was filled with so many great moments and dangerous stunts that it easily ranks among the best Jackass has to offer.
The return of Party Boy was extremely welcome and Chris Pontius remains…
Matt's 2022 Film Challenge:
#20. The Piano (1993)
When I worked in HMV I remember seeing the Blu-ray of this pop up and based on its front cover, instantly dismissing this as pretentious looking art-house wank. For some reason I even thought it was a foreign language film, no idea where I got that from. After being impressed by Jane Campion's brilliant exploration of repressed homosexuality in last year's The Power of the Dog, I'd been meaning to check…
After being bombarded by the trailer for this about 50 times in the past year, I was more or less done with this film before it even released. When I saw the reviews were shockingly good, I thought maybe I had been mislead and the actual film was going to be fun. I was dead wrong.
I'm dumbfounded by how good the reception to Free Guy has been. It's a shockingly bad and generic big-budget studio comedy that feels…
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
I was very much looking forward to this. I haven't read the comic, but everyone talked about it like it was the second coming of Jesus. An R-rated Batman film. It had potential to be amazing.
Well, this is mostly just a horrible mess. The voice performances are great, Mark Hamill is incredible as expected as The Joker. The inclusion of both Hamill and Kevin Conroy makes me feel like it could be canon to the Arkham game series (Which…