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Co-written and directed by Academy Award winning filmmaker, Chloe Zhao, Eternals is the 26th movie in the marvel cinematic universe and tells the story of a team of immortal beings sent from the cosmos to Earth with the purpose of watching over it and protecting humans from alien monsters called Deviants.
There’s been a lot of fuss about this movie recently because it’s currently the worst rated MCU film on Rotten Tomatoes, and it isn’t getting the best reviews from…
Co-written and directed by Jeymes Samuel, this modern Western is a visually stylish, well acted, and gleefully hyperviolent piece of cinema that also happens to be one of the best films of the year, in my opinion.
The premise is basic and deals with an outlaw who discovers the man that took his mother/father from him & permanently disfigured him is being released from prison, so him and his gang seek revenge. But make no mistake, the handing and execution of…
A god-awful, cringey, and dated holiday romance film with some admittedly sweet moments and a great cast. I can see why people like it, especially those who enjoy cheesy Christmas movies, but holiday spirit aside, this movie was laughably bad most of the time in my opinion, and not in a good way like some movies. There’s so much potential with the story and the actors in the film, but it’s all wasted to instead go for a bland, basic, and ultimately forgettable Christmas movie.
Hands down my favorite Dreamworks Animation movie (I know that’s a controversial statement). The critic in me says it’s a 4/5, but the Megamind fan in me says it’s a 5/5. Sure, this movie isn’t perfect, but it’s still so much fun and so funny. I think it’s one of the best satires on the superhero genre as a whole.
Always remember, “There is no Easter Bunny, there is no Tooth Fairy, and there is no Queen of England.” - Titan
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A brutal and visceral movie about addiction that is not for the faint of heart. It’s a gut-wrenching experience with fantastic performances from its talented cast, creatively erratic cinematography, and editing that’ll make your head spin. It’s a difficult movie to watch at times, but it’s also difficult to not have your eyes glued to the screen. This is hands down one of the most intense films I’ve ever laid eyes on. It leaves you with a sense of dread that sticks with you long after you’ve watched the movie.