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While I don't always love them, I appreciate a movie that is smarter than me. When I am done, I am not entirely sure what I've seen and I have to read about it to get a better foundation before I can move into understanding. And then I need to watch it again.
Sorry To Bother You is one of those movies. I understood some of the race and class satire, but not the specific references. Just Write's Sage Haeden…
A select few comedy movies have an infectious glow. They fill you up. They supersede jokes, and become an experience. I can probably count on one hand movies I would put into this category. And I would count Booksmart among them.
In Booksmart, best friends Amy and Molly have spent their entire high school lives studying, and are determined to experience one night of partying before heading off to College.
There's a universality to stories about finishing high school. Whether…
This if the feel-goodiest time loop movie out there. Most movies where characters are in a time loop involve a lot of death, but The Map of Tiny Perfect Things is too innocent for that. All it wants to do is make a map of its infinite world to appreciate every possible beautiful moment it can find. It's about seeing the world for what it can be, and seeing ourselves for what we can be.
I love the tiny ways…
Excluding the original (which is its own thing) Godzilla vs. Mechagodzilla is the zenith of the Shōwa era.
The series - and possibly director Jun Fukuda - found something in Godzilla vs. Gigan. One of my favourite shots of Godzilla vs. Mechagodzilla is of Godzilla in the foreground, stumbling amongst flames and smoke, as Mechagodzilla stands unscathed in the background.
From the start of the series, Godzilla has seemed invincible. "What could harm a creature created by an atomic blast?"…