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  • Kingsman: The Golden Circle

    Kingsman: The Golden Circle


    Why was 60% of Colin Firth's role in this movie running from robot dogs that seem to target him and only him specifically?

    This tried to amp things up that worked in the first film but flopped, a la Guardians of the Galaxy 2, but worse, in my opinion.

    It still has its moments but is extremely predictable and the action felt very meh for the most part.  What made the first one so great was its unpredictable yet familiar…

  • mother!




    One of the best movies of 2017?  Yes.  Amazing performance from Jennifer Lawrence?  Yes, and everyone else too.  Insanely controversial subject material and execution by Aronofsky?  Hell yes.

    This movie is a 2 hour long visual poem that begs to be analyzed and interpreted from a wide variety of viewpoints.  It's insane, disturbing, unforgiving, and provides a surprisingly relevant and accurate commentary on humanity (at least in my interpretation).

    Go watch this movie and form…

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  • Wonder Woman

    Wonder Woman


    "Now I will just have to DESTROY YOU!!!!!"

    Jesus H. Christ.  Why, DC? Just... why.

    I have no idea where all this extremely positive reception is coming from.  This movie was bad.  Like, barely better than Suicide Squad bad.  People have been saying that this movie has broken the DC film losing streak, but I strongly disagree.

    The pacing was extremely slow.  Much too slow.  The CGI was passable at best, but usually pretty awful, which is simply inexcusable, especially…

  • Alien: Covenant

    Alien: Covenant


    "Look on my works, ye Mighty, and despair."

    This was a very good science fiction film.  It suffered from the same slow pacing in the first act as did the original Alien, but quickly picked up during the second act and culminated well in the final act.  I can say with complete certainty that you need to have seen Prometheus to fully enjoy this movie.  Which is to be expected, as Ridley Scott has already said many times that Covenant