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  • The Man From Toronto

  • The Witch: Part 2. The Other One

    ★★★½

  • Last Seen Alive

    ★★★

  • Interceptor

    ★★★

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  • The Man From Toronto

    The Man From Toronto

    I’m sure this will find an audience with the average joe flipping through Netflix; Hart provides predictable chuckles and people generally dig Woody. Honesty though, by any measure of quality, THE MAN FROM TORONTO is a piece of shit.

    Beyond just being a shit action movie, what’s really frustrating is how I just saw Kevin Hart on Netflix give a legitimate career-high performance in the excellent Neo-noir black comedy/drama TRUE STORY. He has a whole other level of greatness in him but he wastes time in trash.

    Bottom line: THE MAN FROM TORONTO is even worse than RED NOTICE

  • The Witch: Part 2. The Other One

    The Witch: Part 2. The Other One

    ★★★½

    In the past decade plus, other countries have made leaps in crafting spectacle cinema to compete with Hollywood blockbusters. THE WITCH 2: THE OTHER ONE is a sci-fi horror/thriller with brutal superhuman action (and a few comic relief moments that lean on the sillier side) that caps off with a mid-budget MAN OF STEEL-like brawl in its final act. Really solid genre fare that has me now invested in this franchise.

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  • Pig

    Pig

    ★★★★★

    When my mom died, I learned in grief counseling that the “phases of grief” is a myth; you’re never really over loss, it’s how you choose to carry on that matters. Grief calluses & festers in PIG, but the film also proposes that perhaps simple tenderness can be enough to heal the hardened hearts of men. 

    PIG has the spirit of literary classics like Old Man & The Sea where metaphors are profound yet direct. On film, characters apply their internal philosophies…

  • Everything Everywhere All at Once

    Everything Everywhere All at Once

    ★★★★

    Intergenerational immigrant trauma, interdimensional chaos, Existentialism, Death & Taxes. Michelle Yeoh is the queen of the movies. Ke Huy Quan is owed a lifetime of film greatness. Stephanie Hsu is the future. Jamie Lee Curtis on a well deserved victory lap. Cinema baby!

    This silly-ass movie really won me over, I aint mad. SWISS ARMY MAN was as technically impressive as it was annoying as fuck; this specific frequency modulation of their artistic vibe was more my speed, even though I…