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  • Judas and the Black Messiah

    Judas and the Black Messiah


    Sundance 2021: Film #17

    Surprise!! I was able to get tickets for Judas and the Black Messiah after all because I wanted to end my Sundance in style. Was this accomplished? Absolutely, I thought this was really good and definitely worth your time. Daniel Kaluuya was great as Fred Hampton, the slain leader of the Black Panther chapter in Illinois. The same applies to Lakeith Stanfield as William O’Neal, who betrays Hampton by becoming an FBI Informant and handing information…

  • Promising Young Woman

    Promising Young Woman


    Don’t fuck with Cassie Thomas. Promising Young Woman was so damn good & it became my favorite movie of the year for me. Carey Mulligan gives her best performance by far and Emerald Fennell’s debut was a massive success. The soundtrack is awesome but the ending WILL be polarizing to some (not sure what to say, reminded me of 10 Cloverfield Lane), but thankfully didn’t ruin the entire thing for me like some other films have done in the past. The hype is real for this one and Emerald Fennell should be proud because she made a damn good movie that will have people talking

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  • The World to Come

    The World to Come


    Sundance 2021: Film #16

    Katherine Waterson/Vanessa Kirby, the production design and costumes were my favorite aspects of The World to Come. The film itself, really didn’t do much for me unfortunately because I thought it was alright. I took a chance on this film because of Vanessa Kirby and despite these feelings, I didn’t mind watching. It was cool seeing Christopher Abbott in something like this as well

  • Pleasure



    Sundance 2021: Film #15

    The porn industry is something that is very hard to portray in media nowadays because of how uncomfortable and graphic it can get. I must commend Ninja Thyberg for having the courage and desire to make a film like Pleasure; same applies with the actors that were involved. This was an unflinching look at this industry and at times hard to watch because of what goes down. If you’re sensitive to stuff like this, I seriously think it’s best for you to skip Pleasure. If not, feel free to give it a watch, just be warned of what’s to come

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  • The Devil All the Time

    The Devil All the Time


    I went into The Devil All The Time blindly, didn’t see a single trailer but was aware of how stacked this cast was. A mutual of mine was nice enough to send me a screener so I was able to see it two days before it drops on Netflix and overall I was pretty conflicted.

    This wasn’t a bad movie at all, there was a handful of good things. First of all, the performances are very good; the standouts being…

  • Mank



    David Fincher started this past decade in style with The Social Network. Even though he didn’t quite replicate that, it’s so damn great to have him back making films again because Mank was such a welcomed return. It was pretty interesting getting to see how Herman J. Mankiewicz was able to develop the screenplay of Citizen Kane, arguably the greatest film ever made (for some) and see what went down in 1930s Hollywood. Other than pacing problems, almost everything about…