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  • Tenet

    Tenet

    ★★½

    Where is Ellen Page when you need her?

    My long awaited return to cinemas is finally here; and I can’t think of a better film to comeback with than Christopher Nolan’s highly anticipated “Tenet”. Unfortunately, this film is a convoluted mess. So much so, it took away from almost any enjoyment I had with it. 

    The Pros: the set pieces, action sequences and cinematography. There is this amazing scene involving Washington’s character and a car in reverse. It’s the first…

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  • Borat Subsequent Moviefilm

    Borat Subsequent Moviefilm

    ★★★★

    Borat is just what 2020 needed.

    America is so unbelievably fucked up right now that Sacha Baron Carter doesn’t have to do much to expose just how awful things truly are. The political landscape of the “U.S. and A.” is at an extremely volatile point, making it the perfect stage for a Borat sequel. However the real star of the show in my opinion is Maria Bakalova as Borat’s daughter Tutar. She fully commits to the role, and almost steals…

  • Martyrs

    Martyrs

    ★★★★½

    Made my brother watch this. I don’t think he had the same reaction as I did. This movie so fucked up, and I love every minute of it.

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  • The Thing

    The Thing

    ★★★★★

    The ultimate quarantine film.

    Just as good as I remember it. The blood test scene, along with the defibrillator scene made me scream out loud in my room. I adore this disgusting masterpiece.

  • Palm Springs

    Palm Springs

    ★★★★

    Couples Groundhog Day

    Fun, charming, hilarious and a great cast to go along with it. “Palm Springs” doesn’t reinvent the wheel or anything, but it executes what it sets out to do. Putting another person in the permanent purgatory opens up so many more possibilities. Just that slight tweak, breaths fresh life into the typical “Groundhog Day” formula. Being stuck in a never ending loop with another miserable human can also be looked at as an allegory for marriage, which…