• Good Boys

    Good Boys


    This was really great. The main trio has a fun dynamic and great chemistry. The film was hilarious. Actually surprised about how much I loved this.



    Watched the first episode. The animation is stunning and I’m intrigued to see where the story goes.

    Update from November 29: Watched Episode 2. Continues to be intriguing.

    Update from November 30: Watched Episode 3.

  • 2001: A Space Odyssey

    2001: A Space Odyssey


    This was to my own surprise a massive disappointment. Visually and technically it’s pretty marvellous. But the story is infuriatingly dull. Not really a fan of the score and it truly drags a lot. Maybe I’ll rewatch it in a few years and have completely changed my mind, but this honestly really bored and annoyed me.

  • Scott Pilgrim Takes Off

    Scott Pilgrim Takes Off

    Two episodes in. I’m intrigued to see where they go with the story, which is surprisingly different after Episode 2 compared to the film.

    Update from November 27: Watched Episode 3 and 4. The last one was especially fun thanks to Young Neil.

    Update from November 28: Finished the show. I enjoyed it overall, although I’m not as over the moon as most other people.

  • Renfield



    It’s enjoyable! The action and gore is fun, some of the humour as well. Due to its short runtime it works perfectly fine.

  • Napoleon



    I enjoyed it. The battle scenes are great and definitely the highlight. Two solid lead performances and directing. The film is surprisingly comedic which sometimes works and sometimes it’s a bit unnecessary. The screenplay is pretty messy though. Multiple characters just disappear mid-story and never return. It also doesn’t fully explore all aspects of this story to its fullest potential. While I at times felt the runtime, I’m still curious and looking forward to the potential 4-hour directors cut.

  • Bottoms



    I didn’t expect to watch this today as there wasn’t an official release plan here but then today, I randomly stumbled across an article that said it was shadow dropped on Amazon Prime Video. Suddenly, my evening plan was sorted.

    I enjoyed it. It’s funny, especially the scene in the cafeteria. The story is pretty predictable, but as long as there are a few laughs in a comedy film, I’m happy.

  • Just Friends

    Just Friends


    I’m surprised about how much I liked this. It’s really funny thanks to Ryan Reynolds’ impeccable timing and facial expressions. Some Humor still misses though. Sadly the screenplay screws a lot of character develop down the bin and rushes things to get every character where they need to beat the end. It truly wouldn’t have been hard to make it a bit more smoother. Still I have to say I had a really good time with this one!

    Also quite fitting that I watched this on the day where the reunion ad of Reynolds and Smart for Aviation Gin was released.

  • The Family Stone

    The Family Stone


    It’s ok. The film needs some time to find its footing and I still think that for a romcom there really wasn’t a lot of romance. But in the end, yeah sure it’s ok for a Christmas movie night.

  • The Great Muppet Caper

    The Great Muppet Caper


    Every time when our main trio is onscreen, the movie is great fun. But when they aren’t, it feels like something’s missing.

  • D2: The Mighty Ducks

    D2: The Mighty Ducks


    I enjoyed this one. It recycles a handful of story beats from the first one and it’s screenplay isn’t the most well rounded but it still has the Charme of the original.

  • Anastasia



    It’s solid. I still don’t really like the mixture of animation styles in some of the scenes. It always takes me a bit out of the film.