Half stars are for frauds!
☆☆☆☆☆ = Favorite
☆☆☆☆ = Great
☆☆☆ = "good"
☆☆ = eh?
☆ = BAD
Some Directors You'll Find…
I was about halfway through Robert Graysmiths Zodiac novel when I broke down and had to watch Finchers film. I've lost track of how many times I've seen this film but like any good mystery, especially mysteries so emblematic of a certain time or place, you always find yourself wanting to go back.
No one was ever brought to justice for the Zodiac murders. Families didnt get closure. Victims didnt get to rest peacefully. The closest weve come to closure…
Uncut Gems begins with a Jacques Cousteau-esque voyage inside a diamond or mineral as it would look under an electron microscope. Vast caverns of crystalline structures pulse to the Oneohtrix Point Never beat and in one bold stroke the eternal, infinite, and boundless beauty of one of Earths precious minerals fades into a shot of a colonoscopy video feed being performed on Adam Sandler.
I dont want to outright say that this fade is reminiscent of the famous 2001 jump…
The word "trainspotting" can mean alot of things.
It literally translates to the phyisical act of watching trains, whether it be for a hobby or for recreation.
It's also commonly used among junkies to signal the track marks it leaves on the arms of addicts.
In the context of Danny Boyle's masterpiece, the word means all of the above. The life of a heroin addict could be summed up as the act of watching trains. You are watching hundreds of…
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
Have you ever seen a story that begins with a gunshot and ends with a cumshot?
Well I just did...
And it was one of the most horrifyingly beautiful psychedelic experiences I've ever had the pleasure of viewing in my life.
From what I read about the movie it seems to be pretty hit or miss with people. I pity the people who saw no substance in this film. Because underneath its nightmarish outer layer is a film that…