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  • Come to Daddy

    Come to Daddy

    ★★★★

    “Come to Daddy” is a heck of a thrill ride. It’s unpredictable and exciting and absolutely hilarious all at the same time. I honestly think this is a film that transcends genre, and it does so in a way that makes me excited to see whatever might come next from Ant Timpson.

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  • Barking Dogs Never Bite

    Barking Dogs Never Bite

    ★★★

    I am a huge fan of Bong Joon Ho (“Memories of Murder”, “Parasite”). I thought this movie was decent, but I didn’t love it nearly as much as (any of) his other films. I think my biggest hurdle I had to overcome with this film was that it finds humor in animal abuse, and I do not. This is a dark comedy, and I have to admit that from a filmmaking perspective it is well done, but my personal preferences…

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  • After Parkland

    After Parkland

    ★★★★

    This documentary is a great example of what some documentaries are capable of doing. Many struggle to accomplish this feat because just finding enough pieces to create a movie that makes sense can be difficult when you are having to rustle up footage from years ago and splice it into interviews conducted later. For the team that made “After Parkland” they were fortunate to not only be covering a story which captivated millions and played on the news for weeks…

  • Das Boot

    Das Boot

    ★★★★★

    Simply stated: “Das Boot” is, in my opinion, the pinnacle of submarine war movies. Other films like “The Hunt for Red October” and “Crimson Tide” barely hold a candle to the nail-biting, claustrophobic world of Petersen’s “Das Boot”. Where other submarine war movies try to excite you with action and excitement, this film tries to instill in you the fear of war that these men would’ve faced, tries to give you a glimpse of the boredom they would’ve felt before…