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  • Blue Velvet

    ★★★★½

  • The Sting

    ★★★★½

  • The Little Things

    ★★

  • GoodFellas

    ★★★★

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  • Blue Velvet

    Blue Velvet

    ★★★★½

    95%

    David Lynch’s dive deep into a dreamlike underworld is simply strange and amazing. Blue Velvet is an extremely freakish but fascinating film, and definitely not for weak hearted people. After the film is done, you’ll be left speechless of what you just witnessed. Similar to Mulholland Drive, which exposed the underbelly of Hollywood, Blue Velvet dives deep into the underbelly of a small town called Lumberton. The structure to the film is not similar to Mulholland Drive though, and…

  • The Little Things

    The Little Things

    ★★

    40%

    I’m a huge fan of crime thrillers, and I was scrolling through recently released films I could watch, when a film called The Little Things caught my eye. After seeing the cast and reading the description, I was excited and worried at the same time. This genre is already very crowded, so understandably it’s very hard to bring something new and good to the table. The Little Things doesn’t, which makes it really bland, and it feels like a…

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  • Joker 2

    Joker 2

    ”Joker gets his groove back” Is this a fucking joke?
    If this is real, just by that little text I already know that this will be as bad or worse than the first one…
    ”How about another joke” would probably be a good quote to describe this film.

  • The Magnificent Seven

    The Magnificent Seven

    ★★★

    In a way The Magnificent Seven surprised me positively. It’s fun, it has great action and it knows exactly what it tries to be and doesn’t push its limits. Something I was afraid of when starting this film was that it would rip off or rely too much in the original Magnificent Seven and it didn’t. This film has it’s own tone with a more modern western and it tells its own story, which I really like. The story is…