Rest In Peace, Loretta.
“But where does dreaming end and madness begin? Anyway, isn't all love based on delusion?”
…all this talent just squandered on this mean spirited & disgustingly exploitative biopic.
Ana De Armas is legitimately fantastic in this role but man it felt gross watching this movie. Andrew Dominik directed this film, whose previous works I’ve loved with films like Killing Them Softly, & The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford. Dominik tries and fails to take an almost Avant-garde/David Lynch approach to…
Finally, the fitting conclusion to the “Can’t Have Shit in Detroit” Trilogy of It Follows, Don’t Breathe, & now Barbarian.
Barbarian is one of the few times I’ve walked out of a horror movie completely speechless.
It’s a truly unique horror experience that is boosted by a stellar marketing campaign that somehow managed to keep everything, and I mean everything, under wraps.
Trust me when I saw going in to see this film absolutely blind was one of the most enthralling experiences…
My hype for Guillermo Del Toro’s Pinocchio just skyrocketed because there ain’t no way it could be worse than this.
Poor Robert Zemeckis, he was genuinely an innovative filmmaker who used to push the boundaries of visual effects throughout the years. Pinnochio is honestly his worst looking film, and I do mean worse than his stints in motion capture. This film took a tumble into the uncanny valley and never escaped. Unlike Zemeckis other uncanny valley movies, where the central…