Five Nights at Freddy Krueger’s would've been better than this.
And the award for Warm Blanket of the Year goes to…
Alexander Payne’s latest picture The Holdovers, a cozy little chestnut of a movie filled with all the sweet and sour goodness of table-side Cherries Jubilee. One of my most anticipated films this year, The Holdovers does not fail to deliver, thanks in large part to three moving central performances, some time-travelling art departments, and a wonderfully well-written screenplay.
The plot of The Holdovers doesn’t need to be explained—it’s pretty…
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What in the Matrix hell!!!
I was lucky enough to catch Don’t Worry Darling a few days early, and my first question is this: Why the fuck is this film getting spit on so much?
Sure, Olivia Wilde’s Stepford Wives - Truman Show love child isn’t flawless, but it’s far from the punching bag critics have been beating up on ever since its memeification at Venice. Honestly, did I watch the same movie, or was it some new cut done…
David Leitch’s latest, Bullet Train, rolls into theatres this week and while it’s not the smooth maglev’d ride its double entendre of a title would suggest, it’s certainly an entertaining one. Starring Brad Pitt, whose week promoting the film has been one long parade of Fruity Pebbles-inspired linen-blend suits and skirts, Bullet Train is packed with about as much colour and energy as a bowl of the Post cereal.
Admittedly, I was pretty lethargic heading into this one—in a few…