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why’d ya spill yer beans?
Willem Dafoe's and Robert Pattinson's performances are dynamic to new extremes, ultimately igniting the screen from start to finish. But when digging deeper, everything, at its core, is empty. The plot is dry, and a mash-up between a hangout movie and a study, about two men drove to insanity. There's nothing to grab onto, nothing to be invested in. The film is relying on us being enthralled the entire time, and that's where The Lighthouse…
the wild west
Vince Gilligan crafted television perfection with Breaking Bad. With five seasons of meticulous writing and direction, there has been nothing better on television since it's launch and departure, and they're probably never will. So when El Camino was announced, like many other Breaking Bad fans, I was worried. Worried that one of my favorite things put to screen would be ruined, and its legendary legacy unraveled. Yeah, I was wrong.
El Camino is for Breaking Bad fans.…
send in the clowns
Todd Phillips has crafted something so unique and complex that it's bound to change the landscape of comic-book cinema for years to come. Don't expect an action movie; you will be severely disappointed. This is a character study, a drama, a slow burn- which consequently makes for one of the most audacious and risky takes on the comic book genre. I loved it.
Joaquin Phoenix is an absolute riot, and this performance signifies him as one…
in this town, it can all change, like that
Films needed saving this year and oh boy Tarantino saved the shit out of it. Once Upon a Time in Hollywood may not be Tarantino's best work, but it damn sure comes close to taking that spot. The directing is phenomenal, Quentin Tarantino exquisitely shows once again why he is one of this generation's auteurs. The performances from everyone, especially Leo and Brad, are extraordinary and the writing is superb, as…