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  • Heat
  • Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri
  • Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood
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Pinned reviews

  • The 355

    The 355


    The 355 is a decent spy action thriller that is carried by its leading ladies. I don't know what people expect from a film like this, but I'm under the impression too many are setting themselves up for disappointment by expecting some Mission: Impossible level stuff.

    The script could've used another draft to smooth out a few clunky moments and polish the dialogue, other than that I don't have a serious issue with the movie. I don't mind that it…

  • The Lost Daughter

    The Lost Daughter


    Watching Maggie Gyllenhaal's The Lost Daughter was a profoundly discomforting experience.

    I've never seen such an unflinching depiction of motherhood. In film its usually romanticized and even the few that don't (Tully, We Need to Talk About Kevin come to mind), didn't affect me noticeably. So why did this one?

    I grew up with a mother who wasn't mentally equipped in the best possible way to raise kids. She loved my sister and me, and I doubt she ever regretted…

Recent reviews

  • Old



    There are dumb movies and there are dumb movies. Old is the latter.

    Also people have been murdered for less than writing dialogue this piss-poor.

  • Transformers: The Last Knight

    Transformers: The Last Knight


    The key to enjoying Transformers: The Last Knight is to wholeheartedly embrace how fucking preposterous the whole thing is.

    That it's the fifth movie of a franchise about alien robots from Outer space hiding on planet Earth, is somehow the least outrageous part of The Last Knight. It also rewrites Arthurian Legend, makes a detour to Nazi Germany (apparently Hitler was killed by a Transformer disguising itself as a watch - unfortunately off-screen, though), pays homage to James Cameron's underwater…

Popular reviews

  • Dune



    Well, that wasn't very good.

    Dune collapses under its gargantuan ambition. Denis Villeneuve builds a world so stupendously large in every frame, and yet he spectacularly fails at creating space for his characters to exist in. There isn't a single character that has more to offer than mere surface level traits. Without proper introduction it feels like we are thrown right into an ongoing story. Despite being littered with clunky exposition - and dialogue so wooden it would give Christopher…

  • Logan



    Initially my expectations for this movie weren't that high. I'm not much of a fan of the X-Men franchise and I do find the first two Wolverine solo outings particularly bad. What got me on board were the trailers. They left me with the impression that this actually could be an interesting film. Also I like Hugh Jackman and Patrick Stewart, and director James Mangold has made two films, that I really like a lot. Identity, and Cop Land where…