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  • House of Gucci

    House of Gucci


    Finally, we have an answer to one of the biggest mysteries, the biggest unanswered question of The Last Duel - where did all the accents go?

    But seriously, I didn't know what to expect from this movie. The reception of the film has been polarizing to say the least, with some loving it and others hating it or being completely indifferent. Ultimately, it depends on how you approach the film. Those looking for high drama, such as The Godfather or…

  • The Suicide Squad

    The Suicide Squad


    As the tweets which led Gunn to join DC have demonstrated, James is a person who can stir controversy and divide audiences. Rather than changing drastically, his time in Guardians of the Galaxy was more like a hiatus or a pause. I'm not saying James Gunn is still the same person he was 10 years ago, but once he is allowed full rein to his imagination, some people will be disenchanted. Recently, I have observed that certain people suddenly had…

Recent reviews

  • Mystify: Michael Hutchence

    Mystify: Michael Hutchence


    I'm not a huge INXS fan, but I just gave them a try and have like several of their songs, with "Need You Tonight" being my all-time favorite (that guitar riff is such an earworm).

    In many ways, this documentary, which recounted through audio footage of commentary from friends and family as separate video clips plays out, was an enlightening process as I learned more about the band and Michael. Their ascension, fall, and sad demise I had no idea…

  • Kill the Day

    Kill the Day


    Action! - Female 4 Front: The Childhood, Death and Rebirth of Lynne Ramsay

    For her second effort, Ramsay takes a rather simple and practically trivial premise and turns it into something far deeper through her direction, performances, and her own style.

    Indeed, when it comes down to it, this is nothing more than a story about a thief. But there are times when we see how this petty criminal is a complex character. It's as if the filmmaker is attempting…

Popular reviews

  • Riki-Oh: The Story of Ricky

    Riki-Oh: The Story of Ricky


    Absurdly brutal, brutally absurd. This Stephen Chow-esque's splatter martial arts flick is like a less cosplayed version of Mortal Kombat directed by Stephen Chow. The intestines burst out and do acts of witnessing as much as in a Final Destination movie. The practical effects are belly-achingly hilarious. Several deaths are humorous, notably one having someone racing to their death by jumping from a building to the ground, and the response in the following scene is even funnier.

    If the objective…

  • Jurassic World Dominion

    Jurassic World Dominion


    Penned by Jeff Goldblum.... or Tommy Wiseau. Or Goldblum and Wiseau.

    Probably my worst movie experience in my whole life, one so horrible that it made me reconsider my views on child abuse for two and plus long hours. That unbearable. But, even with all of that, it says a lot about this film that I was still able to find some entertainment in it.

    For once, I feel this is the film in the series that feels the most…