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  • Rolling Thunder Revue: A Bob Dylan Story by Martin Scorsese

    Rolling Thunder Revue: A Bob Dylan Story by Martin Scorsese

    This isn’t a documentary in a traditional sense, in that it’s less educationally focused and more emotionally driven. But I think that that’s wholly appropriate, and summed up perfectly in the bit near the end where the businessmen’s endless barrage of reasons that the Rolling Thunder Revue was a failure is drowned out by audio of the crowds cheering, overcome with pure emotion. Is something a failure if the only thing lost is financial gain?

  • Zack Snyder's Justice League

    Zack Snyder's Justice League


    “MY MAN!”

    So: this is a real movie now. Gosh, what a weird thing to be able to say. The 2020s never cease to deliver the unexpected.

    While I haven’t personally been a fan of Snyder’s last two DCEU films (or of the DCEU in general), I was immensely interested in seeing what this guy’s true vision was. I’m always gonna respect an artist more than a committee of studio execs. I remember when I first went to see the…

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  • Evangelion: 3.0 You Can (Not) Redo

    Evangelion: 3.0 You Can (Not) Redo


    I was putting this off for so long because I didn’t really like Evangelion 2.22, and I now realize that was a mistake. (Watching this movie at 2:30 AM was also a mistake but oh well)

    So, this is the closest to End of Eva this franchise has ever gotten since. Obviously it’s nowhere near that good, but it’s leaps and bounds better than the other Rebuild films. I really love how utterly and completely different this film is. It…




    Really liked the majority of this. It’s got a really interesting time travel hook that brilliantly intertwines with a murder mystery. The themes of memory, friendship, and wanting to change things really resonated with me. Sadly, I don’t think the ending stuck the landing. I figured out who the killer was very quickly so by the time everything was revealed, not only was I not surprised, but it was portrayed in this goofy, border-line cartoony way (and no, just because…

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