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  • Blind Woman's Curse

    Blind Woman's Curse


    This fever dream of a movie feels like Takashi Miike was smoking weed and watching Yakuza epics and samurai films and suddenly he got a phone call from his agent and said “do you want to make a Japanese adaption of The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo?” and he said “yeah sounds cool…” but never read the source material and this is what we got.

  • Lady in the Water

    Lady in the Water

    Lady in the Water is unfairly maligned and treated like an all-time bad movie. I think people who spit venom at this movie should redirect their attention towards unoriginal movies that are lazy and purely made for commercial purposes. M. Night Shyamalan may not have the best impulses as a filmmaker but I will always take an auteristic 'misfire' than a run-of-the-mill commercial 'success' if that makes sense. Lady in the Water is a film that kind of defies easy…

Popular reviews

  • Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker

    Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker

    Illogically plotted, empty, and ultimately offering nothing new to say about Star Wars, the supposed “finale” to the Skywalker saga is a truly disappointing experience.

    I will say this immediately that I am an unabashed fan of what Rian Johnson did in The Last Jedi. This film certainly takes a hard U-turn from that film, but that isn’t even the biggest issue for me. I’m okay with JJ doing something different. That’s his artistic right as a filmmaker. However, he…

  • Knives Out

    Knives Out


    Rian Johnson continues to prove himself as one of our generation's most confident and original filmmakers. Thrilling, funny, and thoroughly unpredictable, Knives Out is a blast at the movies. Johnson is especially adept at making genre films that pay respect to established traditions while also subverting tropes to deliver something fresh and unexpected.

    Expertly written, impeccably directed, and featuring an A-List cast at their most fun and unrestrained. Toni Collette, Chris Evans, and obviously Daniel Craig stand out. However, it's…