McFly πŸŽ₯

McFly πŸŽ₯

I wish I wouldn't struggle to give every film five stars.

Favorite films

  • The Dark Knight
  • Good Time
  • Back to the Future
  • Prisoners

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  • The Silencing

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  • Eternals

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  • Ray Donovan: The Movie

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  • Secrets of the Saqqara Tomb

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  • Spider-Man: No Way Home

    Spider-Man: No Way Home

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    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    You know, I'm something of a scientist myself.

    Categorizing each Spider-Man: Tobey - childhood, Garfield - teens, Tom - Present. This was wholesome to see. All my spidey senses were tingling, damn. Tobey is my hero! I almost fainted seeing this guy back on the screen. Andrew is a liar. I will never trust him again! Good job, sir. Tom is like both guys put together in one.

    I'm not going to decide if this was the best MCU or…

  • Nine Days

    Nine Days

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    Edson's work is fresh fruit and this might be one of the most original and thought-provoking screenplays in the last few years. Moments are memories and memories are moments. Make sure you're able to exist in both realms. Nine Days by Edson Oda is a film about an existential crisis that questions the perception of life. It's a very intimate, meditative, and personal feature debut. Edson's work is impressive, and it might be one of the most innovative and thought-provoking…

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  • Rush Hour

    Rush Hour

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    This is the United States of James Carter. I'm the president, I'm the emperor, I'm the king. I'm Michael Jackson, you Tito. Your ass belongs to me.

    I feel people are kidding themselves, Rush Hour is one of the last pure and fun action pleasures from the 90s. I remember watching this on VHS or anytime it was shown on the TV. My generation misses these type of films. Jackie and Chris Tucker is the real duo. Just a pure classic.

  • First Man

    First Man

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    Damien Chazelle steps down from a musical genre to continue challenging himself leaving an impressive mark on the cinema once again.

    I was so excited to see First Man on its opening day at the Showcase cinema. This film in every sense of the word is an astonishing, technically crafted, tense and claustrophobic ride which focuses not only on Neil Armstrong's biopic journey to the moon but opens eyes how dangerous it actually was. Various tragic events didn't stop humankind…