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  • Sorry to Bother You

    Sorry to Bother You

    ★★★½

    Scavenger Hunt #53 – Task 28 (Watch a movie starring Armie Hammer)
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    Rewatching this for the first time and my thoughts haven't really changed. This is a wholly original, visually creative, and original film that takes huge risks. Some work and some don’t, but the film is anything but cookie cutter.


    The problems for me arise in the last half-hour of the movie where the film’s sci-fi elements come into fruition. It's difficult to describe and even more difficult…

  • Pineapple Express

    Pineapple Express

    ★★½

    Scavenger Hunt #53 – Task 8 (Watch a movie from the year 2008)
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    At its center are two ridiculously high guys trying to understand each through a haze of marijuana. Your enjoyment of this movie will pretty much depend on how hilarious you think stoners are. I thought it was amusing but kept hoping for more clever jokes to sprout around the stoner ones. Sadly, the rest of the movie is nothing all that hilarious or memorable.

    Franco and…

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  • Next Floor

    Next Floor

    ★★★★

    Denis Villeneuve, you fucken genius.

    Is it a coincidence that this short film came out in 2008?

    This is a gross depiction of the downward spiral of higher class gluttony, causing absolute wreckage as they fall into darkness. The servant will serve his master. Infinitely.

    Nothing will change for the ones at the top floors, but everything will change for those at the bottom.

  • mother!

    mother!

    ★★★★½

    TIFF Film #1 - mother!

    A couple's relationship is tested when uninvited guests arrive at their home, disrupting their tranquil existence. Directed by Darren Aronofsky, MOTHER! is the most fucked up movie I've seen all year. It’s received polarizing reviews from critics and will most likely be just as controversial among audience members, if not more so. So naturally, I loved it.

    It revolves entirely around Jennifer Lawrence’s character; it’s either shot over her shoulder, on her face, or whatever…