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  • Braveheart



    Been a long time since I watched Mel Gibson's "Braveheart" which happenes to be before I became versed in filmmaking so here's ny new opinion.

    I get that it's as people say, historically inaccurate, but I think some of it warrants change because none of it was offensive and advanced the narrative such as Robert the Bruce's betrayal of Braveheart himself. Granted, the second love angle felt unnecessaey however, I'll agree.

    But to hold the film back because of that…

  • The Texas Chain Saw Massacre

    The Texas Chain Saw Massacre


    A genuinely unsettling and disturbing experience less concerned with any narrative than it is with the craft of horror in every frame whether its the taut atmosphere, realistic style lense, setting, horrifying implications, scary imagery and a downright vile finale, all topped by a haunting final shot and a horribly disarming antagonist.

    P.S.: The clear inspiration for Resident Evil Biohazard by the way

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  • Avengers: Endgame

    Avengers: Endgame


    "You know your teams. You know your missions. No mistakes. No do-overs. This is the fight of our lives."

    With Avengers: Endgame, the Marvel Cinematic Universe delivers a deliciously satisfying conclusion to a decade-long franchise filled with thrills, genuine emotion, and unexpected twists that further compliment its unconventional structure and ensemble of strong characters.

    P.S.: The first hour is spectacular for any comic book movie. And the final hour is just epic by any proportions and arguably the best for any comic book film yet.

  • First Man

    First Man



    "What are the chances you're not coming back? Those kids, they don't have a father anymore! So you're gonna sit the boys down, and prepare them for the fact that you might never come home!"

    Damien Chazelle's more intimate and grounded perspective, backed by exceptional performances both elevate this important look back at a pivotal moment in history, resulting in a dramatically soaring experience that flies high above the clouds, much like it's real-life hero.

    P.S.: This is the biggest budgeted indie film, besides Blade Runner 2049 that I've ever seen.