I cannot properly articulate how excited I was for this movie. Baaghi 2, which I saw in theaters out of boredom, is my favorite piece of dumb cinema. I’ve shown it to multiple friends, which has strengthened friendships, and I can always count on it to put me in a good mood. Ever since this film was announced I could not wait for it to come out. I booked my Regal Unlimited ticket for opening night with expectations that couldn’t…
From best to worst and in tiers
- Apichatpong Weerasethakul's [the only short without a straightforward narrative yet perhaps the most mesmerizing]
- Jafar Panahi's [so simple but so sweet]
- Anthony Chen's [not huge on the note it ended on but this was really well done in all other aspects]
- Laura Poitras' [disappointingly dry in comparison to Citizenfour, but it's a harrowing topic that mostly manages to overpower its presentation--this might also have benefitted…
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This might just be the worst horror movie I've seen all year. My dad thinks this might be the worst movie we've seen together EVER (including the shit I made him see when I was a child). I had much more fun talking about it on the way home than I did actually watching. If you're reading this without having seen I will be ripping the entire plot to shreds, just FYI, but don't watch it.
These characters are…