Trevor Elms

Professional graphic designer living in Colorado.

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  • Aquaman




    Both my wife Megan and I felt our senses were assaulted throughout almost the entire movie. Constant action and explosions -- the only time the movie slows down is for heavy exposition dumps. Or, for short moments of poor acting and poor chemistry between the leads.

    Camera work, art direction, and music were top notch. CGI was well designed and imagined, but over used and poorly executed by my assessment. Almost all water scenes…

  • The Cloverfield Paradox

    The Cloverfield Paradox


    I liked this movie.

    Not a life changing experience and certainly very inspired by the likes of Event Horizon. However entertaining and pretty well interesting nonetheless.

    One thing I think this movie has over the superior 10 Cloverfield Lane is the way it actually ties in to the universe itself -- though I appreciated how loosely that was represented/explained. Thought it fit within the frame of the other two movies extremely well while still being very much a "unique" slice…

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  • The Lost City of Z

    The Lost City of Z


    Robert Pattinson’s supporting performance as Mr. Costin is the crown jewel in this biopic about Percy Fawcett that centers around his expeditions into the South American rainforest. If you are not familiar with that part of history don't read up on it until after watching the film.

    Charlie Hunnam as Percy is passable, and he did a better job with the role than I expected. Though his vocal inflections were improved he still often carried himself like and furrowed his…

  • Dracula



    This film is very near and dear to my heart. Growing up my Grandfather was always raving about Bela Lugosi and his Dracula. How it could never be topped.

    Personally, I was a big fan of Francis Ford Coppola's film starring Gary Oldman in the titular role; at the time. Him and I would have debates about which was better -- him going on about how and why Gary Oldman's could never be considered better.

    Before he passed my grandfather…