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  • John Wick

    John Wick


    It’s kinda crazy. I remember watching this movie a few years ago in the theater with a friend in a nearly empty screening. Not sure what got my ass in that seat, but I’m glad it did.

    It’s strange to approach this film without the knowledge of this franchise’s booming success. As long as we keep seeing them, they’ll keep making them. Honestly I’m up for it. Even if I didn’t particularly like #2 & have yet to see #3, this…

  • Hereditary



    So, I don’t usually watch scary movies. It’s just something in my programming that I never surpassed. It’s interesting because I’m somebody who usually roots for character driven narratives and the horror genre is laser focused on them. With that being said, this may be one of the most unintentionally funny movies I’ve ever seen. 

    So, in a scary movie, I think it’s important for characters to think more logically & realistically than in a bio pic or political drama or…

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  • Avengers: Endgame

    Avengers: Endgame


    So much of this movie should be crap. There are ideas that look terrible on paper, but yet they execute every ridiculous attempt flawlessly.

    This was made for nobody else except for it’s fan base and I think that amount of confidence should be commended. I don’t think I’ve ever seen a movie where years & years & years of previous installments come into play. Not to this extent.

    There are many reviewers (the YouTube variery) who harp on the pLoThOLeS and…

  • Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile

    Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile


    What an interesting idea for a film. Showing Ted Bundy as someone wrongfully convicted, but also as a superstar. There are times where it nails certain elements, but it ultimately/unfortunately falls short.  

    I like a lot of the choices made. Not showing the horrible acts that Ted Bundy is accused of committing, having him seem desirable, Zac Effeon as the lead....  But the way the narrative frames it all is rather odd. It’s almost as if this wasn’t about Ted…