Review

Film Review: The Disaster Artist
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Film Review: The Disaster Artist

Who could’ve ever imagined that this would ever be a thing? A studio comedy that covers the making of one of the most infamous cult films in recent memory, The Room. How can you possibly capture the distinctive weirdness behind writer/director/producer/star, Tommy Wiseau, without resorting to caricature or even underplay […]

Film Review: Thor: Ragnarok
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Film Review: Thor: Ragnarok

If anything, the one thing that makes Thor: Ragnarok such a joy to behold is that it is very much director Taika Waititi’s film through and through, and while he isn’t credited as a writer (that goes to Eric Pearson, Craig Kyle, and Christopher Yost), his fingerprints are all over […]

Film Review: Only The Brave
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Film Review: Only The Brave

It’s interesting how Joseph Kosinski has made a reputation of making films that were techno-fetishistic visual marvels that were emotionally cold with films like Tron: Legacy and Oblivion, only to come in with Only The Brave and deliver what might be the ugly cry movie of 2017. A far departure […]

Film Review: Lucky
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Film Review: Lucky

Lucky opens with Harry Dean Stanton as the title character waking up and doing his normal routine. He cleans himself, does his exercises, puts on his clothes, and he walks out the door, which is lit up so bright it’s like he was walking into the light. Having seen the […]

Film Review: American Made
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Film Review: American Made

So many filmmakers want to channel their inner-Scorsese at some point in their careers, but in many cases, they tend to miss the point as to what made his films like Goodfellas, Casino, or The Wolf of Wall Street so brilliant (I’m looking at you American Hustle and War Dogs […]