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  • The Greasy Strangler

    The Greasy Strangler


    If you could somehow crossbreed the works of John Waters, Todd Solondz, Harmony Korine, and Time & Eric, you might end up with something like THE GREASY STRANGLER. Or, you might not - this film might just really be THAT unique, so much that it defies all possible categorization. I honestly have no idea how to even talk about this movie. Heck, while I was watching it, and for some time after, I wasn't sure of anything anymore. It's a reality…

  • Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders

    Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders


    A nice treat for fans of the Batman '66 live-action series, this animated film returns to that world and even features the voice talents of surviving cast members Adam West, Burt Ward, and Julie Newmar. It walks a nice line between feeling like a missing episode of the old show, and gently poking fun at it. There are a few nice meta-jokes at the expense of the 60's series (including one referencing the fact that three different actresses played Catwoman),…

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  • Silence



    Martin Scorsese has been trying to get SILENCE made for over twenty years, which is only slightly longer than how long I felt like I was watching it.

    Wait, actually, let me start over and be nice for a moment - because, to be fair, the opening act of SILENCE is pretty decent, and at least sets up what seems like is going to be a fairly interesting film. A Jesuit priest (Liam Neeson) goes missing while on a missionary…

  • John Wick: Chapter 2

    John Wick: Chapter 2


    JOHN WICK: CHAPTER 2 is a near-perfect escalation of the instant action-classic first film. Here we have even better action (and that's saying something), a more compelling villain, a fun new batch of characters, beautiful cinematography and colorful visuals, and a really cool expansion of the fascinating underground world of assassins that the last movie introduced us to. The only thing that really hampers JOHN WICK: CHAPTER 2 is that the basic story feels a little more generic and familiar…