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  • Belushi

    Belushi

    ★★★★

    Absolutely loved this. Perfectly captures what made John Belushi so talented & unlike any other performer out there and how much he meant to so many people, while also not shying away from the darker aspects of his life. Really liked the way this documentary was told with animation and audio interviews from his friends and family. If you know his story, this doesn't really offer any new information but it's still really nice to finally see his story given the…

  • The Lie

    The Lie

    ★½

    A terrible start to these Welcome to the Blumhouse movies. “The Lie” features some of the most idiotic and unlikable characters I’ve seen in a thriller in a while. The writing is atrocious and the twist is laughable & just plain stupid. The performances are all actually quite strong here but they can’t save this garbage. Also I really like Joey King and she does well here but pretty much all the characters she’s played lately have drove me crazy, I really hope she starts getting better roles.

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  • The Intern

    The Intern

    ★★★½

    It's predictable, cliched, and it does run to long containing some unnecessary subplots but "The Intern" is still a really sweet and enjoyable film to watch. Robert De Niro is terrific and Anne Hathaway is really good as well and the two of them do share some really good chemistry. The tone also balances drama, comedy and a little romance pretty nicely as well. It's nothing to special, but it's still a irresistibly charming crowd pleaser.

  • Deadpool 2

    Deadpool 2

    ★★★★

    Far from perfect but easily the most fun I've had at the movies all year. To get the problems out of the way first, some of the CGI effects are iffy, not every joke sticks the landing, and the first 20 or so minutes a little messy, but once this film gets going I had a total blast. Reynolds is terrific once again but Beetz really impressed me as Domino and Brolin kills it as Cable. The action sequences are…