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  • Tokyo Drifter
  • Wild at Heart
  • Repo Man
  • Hard Ticket to Hawaii

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  • Ghostbusters: Afterlife


  • New York Ninja


  • Spider-Man: No Way Home


  • Jingle All the Way


Recent reviews

  • Ghostbusters: Afterlife

    Ghostbusters: Afterlife


    If it was the case that the first two thirds were from an original concept that was mangled and broken to form into a ghostbusters corporate four quadrant evil Voltron it would make a lot more sense as to why this movie exists, and honestly it would be pretty good! It feels more like Jason Reitman's Frighteners than anything else, which is fine because Frighteners is the second best ghostbusters movie that exists.

    The third act carbon copy of the…

  • New York Ninja

    New York Ninja


    Full of goofy moments but lacking any honest goofy vision; John Liu is great but unfortunately not YK Kim-style deranged. Probably could've been a real face-melter if he was trying to use this as a vehicle to smuggle some kind of new age message about world peace through taiwanese liberation ideology vis-a-vis breakin'-fu.

Popular reviews

  • Tiptoes



    Gary Oldman plays a little person.

    Matthew McConaughey is his twin brother.

    Their father is the dwarf from Twin Peaks.

    Peter Dinklage is a French motorcycle riding marxist misogynist.

    Patricia Arquette stole Gary Oldman's hair from True Romance.

    Kate Beckinsale stole Gary Oldman's hair from Dracula.

    David Alan Grier has sex with dwarf porn star Bridget Powers.

    Best movie ever.

  • USS Indianapolis: Men of Courage

    USS Indianapolis: Men of Courage


    The US government has a very secret and risky mission they can't tell anyone about, so they gather everyone together and everyone goes "oh is this a manhattan project" and the government blushes and winks. All the best seamen are enlisted because they do swing dancing and get into race wars in their spare time.

    Nic Cage is the captain because he is very good at talking directly into the camera, and by extension my soul. At one point his…