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  • Nobody

    ★★★★

  • The Sparks Brothers

    ★★★★

  • Belle

    ★★★½

  • The Tragedy of Macbeth

    ★★★

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  • C'mon C'mon

    C'mon C'mon

    ★★★★★

    95

    In what’s likely going to be the most underrated film of the year, Mike Mills delivers a heartwarming narrative on growing up, parenthood, and how it’s okay to admit you’re not okay sometimes. C’mon C’mon feels so distinct with it’s genuine dialogue, making you lose the concept of you watching this as a movie. Instead, you find yourself engulfed in a familial relationship as if it’s your very own.

    Joaquin Phoenix plays a New York native (Johnny) who travels…

  • Spider-Man: No Way Home

    Spider-Man: No Way Home

    ★★★★

    75

    NO SPOILERS:

    No Way Home delivers some of the heaviest emotional highs of the entire MCU and develops Tom Holland’s Peter Parker into everything we’ve been wanting him to become. Even with the most fan service of any superhero movie ever, I found myself ignoring most of the implausibilities, instead purely enjoying the glorious hype of it all. It’s a jaw dropping sequel from start to finish. 

    Picking up directly after Far From Home, Spider-Man (Tom Holland) must find…

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  • Nobody

    Nobody

    ★★★★

    75

    Saul Goodman, Doc Brown and the leader of the Wu- Tang Clan star in this action thriller. It’s about a suburban nobody dad living a boring life until a home robbery causes a chain of events that induce his anger. We find out that he’s somehow able to fend off in hand to hand combat like John Wick and we’re left speechless for the rest of the movie. After that first act, Nobody becomes remarkably fast paced and painfully…

  • The Sparks Brothers

    The Sparks Brothers

    ★★★★

    80

    I, like most everyone, had no idea who the band by the name of Sparks is. Yet, by the end of Edgar Wright’s first documentary, I found myself entranced with the band’s outlandish nature and found some of their odd music to be genuinely good. I was successfully marketed and sold on the band with fun and vibrant visuals as well as some fantastic editing. Edgar Wright utilized a traditional style of documentary with talking heads in a way…

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  • The Tragedy of Macbeth

    The Tragedy of Macbeth

    ★★★

    64

    There have been over 20 adaptations put to screen. It’s a story that’s been covered in nearly every high school English class. And this has been one of the most praised adaptations of the play yet. Yet, I have to be the only person on the planet that has never read Macbeth. As a result, it didn’t connect with me. Admittedly, a lot of the Shakespearean dialogue eluded me outside of the main plot points. It’s a visual spectacle…

  • Belle

    Belle

    ★★★½

    70 (subbed)

    Mamoru Hosoda’s Belle is an inconsistent execution of Beauty and the Beast meets Ready Player One. Yet, when it works, it soars and hits the exact emotional beats you want it to. It’s a tale of a young girl overcoming her insecurities and past trauma within a visually stunning landscape. The 2-D traditional (drawn) animation of the real world is opposed with vibrant 3-D animation for the virtual world. And it has some of the catchiest music of…