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  • American Psycho

    American Psycho

    ★★★★½

    This cinematic adaptation tone’s down the De Sade‘s violence and torture in comparison to the Ellis’s ultra-graphic gruesome original novel, yet it isn’t sacrificial of what made the book to be intriguing with a intensive-satirical look at yuppie culture. Bale really bring’s Bateman and his psychopathic mind to life with his charm and taste for the blood of the innocents with every stab within the Huey Lewis vibe.

  • Emma.

    Emma.

    ★★★½

    Wilde's take on the Austin couldn't be far from special with no idea's and a bland palette, yet she still takes great care in how she respectfully present's this adaptation to modern audience's with a favourable performance from Taylor-Joy in how she mange's to be an apart of the 1800s, with the assistance of the talented costume designer in this pic. Her development was also central to her realization of her own attitude and her preconceptions of love in her position, with all who dutifully follow behind her.

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  • The Invisible Man

    The Invisible Man

    ★★★★

    It's what can be called a proper iteration in remaking and re-modernizing Universal's Classic Monster's and what can be categorized as feminist-empowering horror with Moss having one of her best performances outside of the television box, where she plays the victim who struggles to overcome what her abuser brings to her in the aftermath. Whannell uses camera movement with the stretch of a wide-angle lens to perpetuate the dangerous presence of the invisible menace which can deteriorate after he comes into his, hoaky physical form.

  • Blue Velvet

    Blue Velvet

    ★★★★½

    The best contrasting piece is one that switches from the innocence of a small town to the sexualized violence of an big city, with a semi-innocent schoolboy, a blues singer, and a abusive, foul-mouthed criminal in the middle of this memorizing divide of good and evil. With all of its sappyness, there’s the warmth of the heart, and with all of its unrelenting ugliness, there’s hope for the best.