I don’t think I’ll ever hate anything as much as I hate the phrase “Please Stand By”
thanks to marvel for the early screener!
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Due to premiere as a headliner of the thirty-second edition of this year’s South By Southwest Film Festival (that was cancelled due to the ongoing events of the pandemic), She Dies Tomorrow has had to brave many obstacles to get to where it is today. Alas, due to its timely premise, Amy Seizmetz’s newest film has a new-found potential of becoming the next big cinematic conversation starter of the summer.
From the start of the…
WHEN YOU FINISH SAVING THE WORLD is light family portrait that thrives in its simplistic nature. Despite a lack of thematic depth, Finn Wolfhard & Moore’s performances shine alongside Eisenberg’s breezy script in a solid outing for A24, establishing him as a promising voice to watch
“now THIS is cinema”
- Martin Scorsese
WOW... ZACK SNYDER’S JUSTICE LEAGUE may just be the DCEU’s BEST film yet. With an epic scope, Snyder’s vision transforms the film into a bold & stunning classical epic with heart. Ray Fisher shines too, alongside super action setpieces and a cameo that will leave you begging for more!
I actually was quite mixed on Snyder’s previous work, but this is something special. Thanks to WB for the early screener!
ETERNALS is one of the best superhero films of the year. Although it’s Chloe Zhao’s most conventional film (and falls prey to Marvel’s typical faults), it’s by far the franchises most unconventional film yet. Zhao’s ambitious storytelling overcomes occasional expositional issues to work wonders, grappling with mature themes and melding an incredible scope with intimate heart to result in a brilliant, visually stunning epic that is unlike anything you’ve seen in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Full review here.