𝚊𝚕𝚕 𝚖𝚢 𝚍𝚛𝚎𝚊𝚖𝚜
whatever it takes
here we are.
everything over the last decade has led to this. The most anticipated blockbuster of most likely this century. The path we followed since 2008 has finally came to journey’s end. Before the film started, I looked to my side and saw the three smiling faces I’ve been with my entire life and the hearts that sat with me to enjoy these movies.
i remember back to the opening night of 2012 we drove to…
l̲e̲t̲'̲s̲ ̲m̲a̲k̲e̲ ̲a̲ ̲d̲e̲a̲l̲
Welp this is my 3000th movie on this site—which I’ve been apart of for nearly five years...wow. Much has happened since then but my reviews are still shit lol. I mean I didn’t realize how much of a emotional basket case at the beginning I was and the needless anger. It’s almost embarrassing in retrospect but this is cheaper than therapy so what can I say haha.
Sooooo everyone is just now falling in love with Eiza González??? Wtf she’s a literal angel walking among us.
s̲o̲u̲n̲d̲s̲ ̲l̲i̲k̲e̲ ̲p̲a̲r̲a̲d̲i̲s̲e̲ ̲
Holy fuck. This film was made for me. It feels like a wacky mixture of The Collector, Resident Evil VII game and Misery. Equaling to a psychological gut-blasting time in a house of horror. I know most people were put off by the dark humor but I absorbed that shit like a blood sponge haha cuz it’s just so funny. I love the character of Rex. I think I’m that politely unstable as him lol. A…
come with me
weep not for roads untraveled
weep not for sights unseen
may your love never end
and if you need a friend,
there’s a seat here alongside me
re-logging once again cause omg these movies are pure magic and make me feel like a kid again. I feel silly to ask but...do you want to relive childhood dreams together since we never met ? while we ride the rails to the untraveled sights waiting for us
i’m going to tear you apart
without a doubt the darkest one in the series. and more on the emotional spectrum that we haven’t seen this character go through. i can see the critics are already whining about the violence. yes it’s violent. goddamn it’s fucking violent and i loved every minute of it. where i grew up, rambo was a figure to look up too. yada yada yeah he’s a macho masculine icon. but here he’s still the symbol…