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  • Red Rocket

    Red Rocket


    Sean Baker is incapable of making a mediocre film, let alone a bad one. Red Rocket is incredible. Obviously the direction is perfect. The writing is suburb, there is a lot of humor mixed with drama. The performances were all great, especially Simon Rex and Ethan Darbone, their scenes together are fantastic. When is Simon Rex going to join the conversation for Best Actor?

    Watched at home.

  • Spencer



    First off that shower was dope, I need to get one. Get rid of the monarchy already, I am sick of hearing about it. Thankfully Kristen Stewart is in this. She gives a profound performance, let's get her an Oscar already. The plot is fine enough, just hard to get into something as archaic as the monarchy. I love the way this was shot, it is hard to explain, but I enjoyed it. Because of that and Stewart this film is mostly fantastic.

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  • The Father

    The Father


    I wish there were two awards for best actor this year. Boseman and Hopkins are both so great. The Father is the best film I have ever seen dealing with Alzheimer's, it isn't even close. By sending the viewer through the point of view of Hopkins we are able to get a sense of confusion and helplessness. Coleman is great, as usual, but Hopkins is on another level here, probably the best he has ever been, and I swore I…

  • Nightmare Alley

    Nightmare Alley


    I enjoyed this immensely, del Toro is a master. Using people that are considered 'monsters' and humanizing them is something that he is the best at. It doesn't matter if it is a sea monster, carney, or seemingly normal humans, he is able to bring out a soul to each character. When you throw in the casts that he is able to get to act out these characters it creates an attainable world. The cast here is one of the…