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  • The Wolf of Wall Street
  • The Shawshank Redemption
  • The Dark Knight
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  • Jungle Cruise

    ★★

  • Batman: The Long Halloween, Part Two

    ★½

  • Luca

    ★★★

  • Dead Poets Society

    ★★★★★

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  • Jungle Cruise

    Jungle Cruise

    ★★

    This was a huge disappointment. I expected it to be something along the lines of the recent Jumanji films, both of which I really enjoy, but it just really wastes its potential and premise thanks to a hollow script and crappy cinematography.

  • Batman: The Long Halloween, Part Two

    Batman: The Long Halloween, Part Two

    ★½

    It’s definitely better than the first one but it’s still awfully paced and animated, and the voice acting, although improved, was still bad. I really don’t understand the trend in these Batman animated movies to just try and ruin the twist by making it even more predictable than it already was for someone who’s read the comic. Incredibly bad ending, and the rest was really not good at all either.

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  • Luca

    Luca

    ★★★

    Jesus Christ sixteen minutes of credits. Despite a really well-done third act, the majority of the rest of the movie just felt kind of stale for me. The town it takes place in isn’t explored enough to have its presence influence the movie, and both the animation, characters, and especially the plot, weren’t compelling to me. The characters got better overtime and there a couple scenes I loved, but otherwise this is still a fairly low-tier Pixar.

  • Dead Poets Society

    Dead Poets Society

    ★★★★★

    This movie encapsulates everything I love about 20th century cinema. From the humor to the score to the color scheme even down to the quality of the video, everything about it to me represents some of the best film has to offer, and something that can never be recreated. No matter how many times I rewatch this movie, it manages to bring me near tears in multiple scenes thanks to the amazing dialogue, performances, and score. Easily my favorite Robin Williams performance and my favorite movie ending of all time.

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  • Spaceman

    Spaceman

    HOLY FUCKING SHIT AMOGUS

  • Spider-Man: Lotus

    Spider-Man: Lotus

    In the opening scene set in London, England, Deckard Shaw (Jason Statham) stands by his brother Owen's (Luke Evans) bedside as he lays in a coma, badly scarred and crippled after being ejected from the plane (in the last Fast and Furious film). Shaw promises his brother that he will settle the score. He leaves the room and goes out into the rest of the hospital, with bodies everywhere. The building continues to burn and crumble around him. Meanwhile, Dom…