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  • Mank



    David Fincher's MANK (2020) is Fincher doing something entirely new we've never seen from the neurotic director before. While every camera angle, blocking, frame and actor movement is still very stringent and in control, and every written line rolls off the tongue in rapid remarks, as we have come to expect from the filmmaker, MANK showcases a new side of Fincher. A mellow, laid-back attitude towards filmmaking and storytelling that rather compares to the wits of the Coen Brothers rather…

  • Enola Holmes

    Enola Holmes


    There's a lot of people-being-drowned-in-toilets scenes out there, and whenever I see one I think to myself: "If it was me I would struggle for a while and then play dead, only to gain momentum, get my head up and fight back". To this day I had never seen this done in a film so I just want to thank ENOLA HOLMES (2020) for finally doing the logical thing that only took 120 years of cinema. Well done! Besides forever changing the course of drowning-in-toilet-scenes this Sherlock Holmes spin-off is sweet and innocent without much at risk.

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  • Grind



    Remember that time when Bam Margera was cool, toxic masculinity considered good fun, nu-metal was great music, stalking was an act of career improvements, and skating a sport for any weird manchild? Yeah, we should probably leave that in the past.

  • The Suckling

    The Suckling


    No fucking way THE SUCKLING is from 1990.

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  • Da 5 Bloods

    Da 5 Bloods


    Spike Lee's newest film DA 5 BLOODS (2020) is an anti-war film that rightfully proclaims black lives matter, gives a big fuck you to Donald Trump and legitimately comments on the Vietnam war as one of the most disgraceful acts committed by the US. Unfortunately, Spike Lee's style is cluttered and messy this time along with a lost, overlong jungle walk that leads nowhere. And when your heartfelt moments of drama rather seem to reference Ben Stiller's cry-drool in TROPIC THUNDER (2008) than the works of Coppola or Oliver Stone, you got a major problem.

  • The Old Guard

    The Old Guard


    Ease down with the generic trailer pop songs, daaaamn