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  • The Blackout
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  • Déjà Vu

    ★★★★

  • Executive Koala

    ★★★★½

  • Terror Toons

    ★★★★

  • Highlander II: The Quickening

    ★★★★

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  • Déjà Vu

    Déjà Vu

    ★★★★

    Tony Scott produced blockbuster that feels like a procedural Bruckheimer production before turning into like, funnily enough, some Nolan convoluted science fiction route like Tenet but 1) taking itself more seriously and 2) without the posturing that fans do about how smart Nolan's movies are. At it's heart though, it's just a deep melodrama, like most Tony movies in the 21st century are underneath all the crazy and hyperactive editing. Denzel just wants to prevent everything, feels for the victims…

  • Executive Koala

    Executive Koala

    ★★★★½

    Insane movie that is schizophrenic, bordering on a huge conspiracy that ends unexpectedly wholesome. I mean the whole thing is already absurd due to the nature of a koala being a real life person in a koala costume, but this just goes in so many bizarre, conspiratorial directions. Love this shit

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  • Empty Metal

    Empty Metal

    ★★★★½

    Movies are kind of afraid to outright say that a call for violence is necessary for a revolution, only to hugely hint at it, to make it within a plot device for a story central to only a few characters. This movie just says outright that violence is necessary for change, that in able to enact systemic change that we need to kill capitalism and the police, the systems that control, which is such a stance to just, present without…

  • The Happening

    The Happening

    ★★★★½

    M. Night striking a perfect balance between effective, emotional genre pieces and a huge b-movie. I guess during the time of COVID-19 that we are going through that this movie somehow appears to be realistic. People staying away from each other, hiding in their houses, becoming paranoid with new information and huge panicking. M. Night then uses this to prop up a ecological terror, one that is unknown until the very end of the film. The uncertainly of it all,…