Blast from the Past transcends its throwaway romantic comedy status by having such earnestness - powered largely by Brendan Frasier, but permeating every aspect of this film - that it's…
Whenever I get a notification that my package will be delayed, this is what I assume is happening.
This isn’t good, but it’s so compelling on so many levels that I have to love it. The grimy aesthetic, the neon, the camp, the 50s-via-80s vibe - it’s all…
liam f ★★★★ 30
it's getting pretty hard to suspend disbelief when there have been two films about quiet places and somehow not one character has even suggested living in the library
Siegel™ ★★½ 346
Five ladies walked into the showing late and spent a few minutes continually changing their seats and whispering loudly to each other. They finally got settled in, and then this…
Patrick Willems ★★★ 158
I’m glad Zack Snyder got back to what he’s good at: making dumb movies that know they’re dumb instead of dumb movies that think they’re really smart
Pube ★★★ 4
Mike Myers playing his Scottish father, weird cameos from Phil Hartman, Charles Grodin, etc. are all terrific. Adult contemporary alternative 90s songs every five minutes are not. Similar to watching…
I would love to see an interview between this octopus and Keith Raniere where they compare notes on seducing directionless South African filmmakers.
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