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  • Love, Chunibyo & Other Delusions! Take On Me

    Love, Chunibyo & Other Delusions! Take On Me

    ★★★★½

    It's got a few issues but it's hard for me to care too much about them, I just loved this so much and It was a extremely welcomed improvement over the really Good but somewhat Disappointing second season. It continues the character's story Beautifully and is one of the few anime Adapted films I've seen that doesn't Feel like an extended Episode of the show. Just Beautiful stuff, and KyoAni's animation skills continue to impress. I do wish it went…

  • Jupiter Ascending

    Jupiter Ascending

    Mostly incompetent and incoherent CGI spectacle lacking any sparks of life or quality writing, instead filling itself with some of the worst Dialogue I've ever heard and Performances that would make Tommy Wisseau recoil in disgust. Fails on almost every basic level, providing a dry story with a cast of boring characters and terrible Special effects, along with a Flat tone that felt very Marvel-esque in it's uncreativity. Just a tiresome, poorly paced slog that I wouldn't recommend to my worst enemy. Can't tell you how many times I wanted to just turn it off and fall asleep.

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  • Apostasy

    Apostasy

    ★★★★

    A recommendation from Chris Stuckmann's new video where he Talks about his experience as a Jehovah's witness. Watch it here if you haven't, it's heartbreaking.

    This movie is genuinely one of the most angering Movies I've seen in a while. Not because it's bad, but because it's great. It does such a fantastic job at showcasing how this Genuine cult Cuts off Relationships between families and how it Seperates and manipulates till they enter a state where this belief system…

  • In The Heights

    In The Heights

    ★★★★

    Really god damn good musical With some lovely music (especially 96000) and style. Directing is energetic as hell and the movie knows exactly when to cut the Mic and allow it's characters to interact and develop quietly. Has a great message about community and some really great performances too. Has some issues with length and a couple story things but Eh, it's nothing note worthy and doesn't change the fact that this is still really damn good.