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  • The Wolf of Wall Street

    The Wolf of Wall Street


    When will people realize this is Scorsese's magnum opus? This statement isn't meant to knock his other works which are just as good, but there's something so fascinating about The Wolf of Wall Street.

    Goodfellas and Casino are both very similar in being somewhat of a cautionary tale, but at the same time being wickedly entertaining gangster films. However, there's one problem, the world and characters we're introduced to make us fall in love. While this may have been intentional,…

  • The Host

    The Host


    Bong Joon-Ho manages to craft something so politically charged, yet functions as a wildly entertaining monster movie at the same time. The design of the monster is so odd, and even though the CG isn't great (I won't hold that against them) Bong Joon-Ho somehow makes it fucking work and the monster is still very threatening. All of the main characters are all flawed people but I actually cared about all of them, which made the journey that much more…

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  • Don't Know Yet

    Don't Know Yet


    Connor made me watch this because his professor made it, so I guess that's it for our friendship. We had a good run

  • The Faculty

    The Faculty


    Honestly, it's not that bad. Some decent cheese.

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  • Justice League

    Justice League


    tfw when a friend from school asks you to make sure his homework is right and turn it in because he can't make it, but you double check the homework and change answers that you think are incorrect and he fails

  • Suspiria



    Suspiria doesn't cater to what you want, it's nasty, bold, unique, and it's the best thing ive seen all year.

    Luca isn't just remaking Suspiria, he's reinvented it. It's the most well directed film this year so far, it's a technical marvel. It's all so meticulous and incredibly detailed. This film made me feel a certain way that I haven't felt in a theater in a long time. The film never fails to keep you on your toes, and engulfed…