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universeandu has written 7 reviews for films during 2020.

  • Pet Sematary II

    Pet Sematary II


    All the ideas from the first film are recycled to create a rather mediocre sequel that nevertheless never ends to entertain us. The underlying discourse of Stephen King's book disappears completely here to give way to a well-packaged B-series that lacks assets.

  • The Slumber Party Massacre

    The Slumber Party Massacre


    Having an unmasked killer really makes the atmosphere of this movie very special. The murders are all the more cold and gruesome. It's a pity that the characters are not more in-depth, some of them are dropped and we feel less affection for them. Nevertheless, for a first viewing, it was quite fun to watch.

  • Get In

    Get In


    With such a promising and intriguing starting pitch, one could only expect a spot-on film. It's nothing of the sort. The film takes its time in developing the characters, except the morals never take. It questions the violence of society and how far it can affect us and push us into our darkest corners. Except that the script never exploits the right leads. And it will take at least a good hour and a half for things to get more interesting.

  • Taekwondo



    Glancing, winking, touching, touching and then talking, a lot. The birth of desire, there before our eyes, is what the directors of Taekwondo proposes to us. Rarely has a film given me this feeling of sexual tension between several men. Without ever being believed, the bodies are filmed, framed like a pure temptation. It is often beautiful, sometimes a little long but never boring. And the end is particularly successful.

  • Play



    Play gives you the chance to relive the most precious moments of your life. That is, if you were born in the '80s. The film plays with all those memories built up during childhood, adolescence and the transition to adulthood. In the form of videos recorded in the first person, we live through Max's eyes a lifetime of memories. The pitch is simple without ever being simplistic. All the beauty of the film lies in these time capsules that work so well together. The emotion is palpable and the spectator dives into this story to come out of it with wet eyes. A big crush!

  • Aquaman



    Wow, can't believe I only gave two stars when I first see this movie. Second viewing was one hell of a ride. And a fun ride I mean! James Wan was truly inspired by the world of the Aquaman. And Jason Momoa seems to have the time of his life. It's definitely on my top 3 of the DCU.

  • April Fool's Day

    April Fool's Day


    Not what I expected to be honest. But still very fun.