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  • Bullet Train

    Bullet Train


    David Leitch has been steadily cementing himself as one of the most exciting action directors of the decade, and while his films have been hit-or-miss after co-directing John Wick with Chad Stahelski (arguably the greatest action film of the 2010's, and the best work of their respective filmographies), his eye for beautifully realized stunts and kinetic fight choreography is abundantly clear. Bullet Train has been compared to films by Ritchie and Tarantino for its absurd, R-rated violence paired with a…

  • Bodies Bodies Bodies

    Bodies Bodies Bodies


    As a Gen-Z who happens to be the same age as the characters in Bodies Bodies Bodies, I couldn't help but be deeply curious as to how this film would tackle the defining characteristics of my age group. Having seen the film debut at SXSW in March, it gave me the unique perspective of judging how well the trailers would depict the satirical nature of the film. The advertising for this film was incredibly disappointing given that it made the…

Recent reviews

  • Jurassic World Dominion

    Jurassic World Dominion

    Mini-review of the extended director's cut:

    The theatrical cut of Jurassic World Dominion is one of my least favorite films of the year. Not only was it the nail in the coffin for a once-beloved franchise, but it cemented itself as the worst film in the series. While the extra fourteen minutes do nothing to alleviate the mess of underdeveloped, bland ideas within the narrative, the new opening and added moments of dialogue between the original cast ironically happen to…

  • Thirteen Lives

    Thirteen Lives


    I will always agree that Ron Howard is a talented storyteller, despite his direction feeling like the cinematic equivalent of white rice. His style is palatable, but overwhelmingly bland to a point that he is only as good as the screenplay he is working with. His documentaries and procedural dramas always stand out as the best in his filmography, and given that Thirteen Lives is a blend of those two genres with a gripping screenplay by William Nicholson, it makes…

Popular reviews

  • Everything Everywhere All at Once

    Everything Everywhere All at Once


    Everything Everywhere All at Once is an indescribable film you need to see to truly believe. The Daniels have crafted one of the most wickedly creative and immaculately edited films in years, bolstered by unpredictable and frequently hilarious ideas, energetic direction, with superb performances from the entire cast. This is the type of original filmmaking that will (hopefully) be embraced and rewatched for years to come.

    The most impressive quality can be attributed to how smoothly the Daniels maneuver around…

  • Us



    When Get Out was first released three years ago, it not only struck a chord with the horror community but film culture in general, comedian turned director Jordan Peele scoring the best screenplay Oscar and universal acclaim from worldwide audiences. Peele's sophomore feature came with mounting expectations but still managed to surpass his extraordinary debut with one of the best horror films of the twentieth century thus far.

    The film is directed with meticulous detail, every plot element seeping in…