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  • The Host

    The Host

    ½

    The Host wants so bad to be Psycho that it steals most of its story but executes it in such a bland way with terrible acting, poor direction and cinematography that comes off as cheap and a feel that is cheesy and also very bland. Hate knocking on a film that lacks a budget to look great, but The Host fails to be anything memorable and is just forgettable at the end of the day.
    1/10

  • The Grudge

    The Grudge

    January horror films are usually not good and this continues the tradition with this loose blending of several stories of this entity terrorizing them because of their connection to the cursed house and it has a great cast (with John Cho, Lin Shaye, Betty Gilpin, Demian Bichir, Jackie Weaver and William Sadler among others) and give them nothing to do. The stories are all predictable full of jump scares, cliche horror imagery and scenes that come off as laughingly bad…

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  • Gone Girl

    Gone Girl

    ★★★★½

    The stylish dark filmmaking style of David Fincher and the captivating story written by Gillian Flynn and a great performance by Ben Affleck and an Oscar worthy performance by Rosamund Pike. The tension of the film keeps the audience on the edge of your seat for most of the film. The film is best seen without knowing much about the film so if you haven't read the book, wait and watch the film first. The twists and turns are original…

  • Moonrise Kingdom

    Moonrise Kingdom

    ★★★★★

    A movie that screams Wes Anderson with its stylistic cinematography (the pastel colors look amazing onscreen), the absurdly and often dark plot elements and the endearing story ( thanks to Jared Gilman and Kara Hayward that bring a chemistry and depth to their characters that shows experience beyond their young age).
    The supporting characters (comprised of several big name actors-Bruce Willis, Bill Murray, Frances McDormand and Edward Norton among many others) add a lot of depth to the film and…