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  • The Last Days of Disco
  • Sing Street
  • Hustle & Flow
  • Purple Rain

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  • Peanuts in Space: Secrets of Apollo 10

    ★★★½

  • Army of Darkness

    ★★★★

  • You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown

    ★★½

  • Morbius

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  • jeen-yuhs: A Kanye Trilogy

    jeen-yuhs: A Kanye Trilogy

    ★★★★★

    Review For TheTwinGeeks

    “How do we talk about Kanye West?” Jeen-Yuhs is not asking us to dissect Kanye West’s actions that make him a larger-than-life presence in the zeitgeist. If it did, we’d finally understand that his comments about being a GOD spoke to his inflated ego stemming from influencing and repurposing past trends like shutter shades. It’s asking to go on this journey with Clarence “Coodie” Simmons as he witnesses Kanye’s highs and lows – it asks us to…

  • Lucy and Desi

    Lucy and Desi

    ★★★★★

    Echoing the words of Clayton Echard from The Bachelor, "I Feel So Broken."

    My access to television was scarce as a kid. I've hit many anger points, and oddly, my father only kept channels showing reruns of classic 90s Disney cartoon series like Goof Troop. One of these channels was an ever-growing that kept that flow of 50s, 60s, and 70s sitcoms in rotation. I Love Lucy was one of those shows, and Desi Arnaz was one of my first…

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  • ABBA: The Movie

    ABBA: The Movie

    Engaging, frenetic, and oozing with wild filmmaking decisions; ABBA: The Movie is nothing more than a puff-piece film that gives fans a great time. And I'm a fan, so viewing this remastered version in theaters was a blast. But unfortunately, they don't play many songs fully, and it loses some of that spark from the remarkable cinematography. I left wanting more; however, still enough that I'd return to it without much hesitation in a group watch.

  • Slaughter

    Slaughter

    Another Jim Brown-led Blaxploitation film where his status has given us some great actors to perform opposite the bodacious leads. Akin to 1972's Black Gunn, which had Martin Landau, Slaughter has Rip Torn in a menacingly significant performance.

    I remember vibin' with Slaughter for its crazy shootouts and significantly funky score that rides with us through many scenes, like the wild 3vs1 knife fight on the roof or at the betrayal. It adds tension to this smooth revenge flick which…

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