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  • Isn't It Romantic

    Isn't It Romantic


    "Isn't It Romantic" mocks the romantic comedy genre's tropes and exposes them for what they are, while at it's core, it's still the exact same cliched romantic comedy it's poking fun of. At a breezy running time, the film is a easy watch with it's humorous moments at parodying romcoms and Rebel Wilson's serviceable performance. While the film doesn't quite succeed at being more than just another romantic comedy, it's an enjoyable version of one.

  • Batman vs. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

    Batman vs. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles


    "Batman vs Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" is massive amounts of radical fun that should easily appeal to fans of either or both franchise, presenting a enjoyable story that packs tons of winks to it's fans and showcases their different personalities clashing against each other. While there's minor narrative flaws scattered throughout and a noticeably unbalanced tone, fans will get the best of both worlds from two legendary groups of heroes.

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  • Kung Fu Hustle

    Kung Fu Hustle


    "Kung Fu Hustle" punches in with plenty of laughs and action sequences that are filled with kinetic energy and slapstick comedy that embraces the visual cartoony nature of it all. Being inspired lunacy by design, the film is a rollicking, loving homage to classic martial arts films, while also being an absolute zany comical parody of those said exact films. A wild, boisterous, and demented roller coaster ride that's entertaining and unexpectedly gratifying, "Kung Fu Hustle" is an action comedy of colossal proportions.

  • Velvet Buzzsaw

    Velvet Buzzsaw


    "Velvet Buzzsaw", while looking like it was filmed with a television budget, is an aimless horror film that offers a half hearted critique on criticism and commercialism without any sort of concrete themes or compelling characters to drive it. Despite the narrative not fully connecting it's message together into one successfully chilling look into the world of pretension and status and having an atrociously slow pace, Jake Gyllenhaal's sweaty obsessive performance is the only real thing to take away from this piece of so called "art".