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(Amazon Prime - BFI Channel)
Outside of a select few, old fashioned spaghetti westerns do little to interest me. I only watched this due to the obvious inspirations for Django Unchained, so it was a pleasant surprise at how much fun I had with Django.
A tight 90 minutes of racially fuelled western action that was a lot more graphic and off-putting than I usually get from this era of westerns. It's raw, action heavy and rarely drags. The only…
(Danny B's 2021 Criterion Challenge)
#18. The 2000's
I've never been the biggest fan of Steven Soderbergh, aside from a select few films, his output is often entertaining but leaves me every cold and sometimes outright bored. Traffic is far and above the best I've seen from him.
A graphic, harrowing and deeply upsetting look at the utter travesty that is the war against drugs in the US that branches out into several interconnected storylines. From Michael Douglas, to…
It's impossible to talk about about this reboot of Hellboy without bringing up the fact this is a reboot no one asked for. The fans of the Del Toro Hellboy films (A series of films that have a cult and dedicated fanbase) wanted Hellboy 3, not a reboot. There's no way round that and it was a struggle to even watch this without the fond memories of how much better Del Toro's films were.
I try to go into films…
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…