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If you’re able to connect to the truth of the film in its simplest form, there’s a lot there to glean.
Ultimately, I think I do like where this lands with its “grifters are people too” message.
For movies that weren’t for me, I write shorter blurbs like the two below just to get out some overarching thoughts out there
In this video essay, I revisit the movie Noah for the first time it was released and view it with a much more open mind.
In this video essay, I discuss what it is about Inception that keeps me coming back over and over again, even 11 years after its release.
For such a seemingly inaccessibly film, so much of its metaphor and meaning is right there on the screen and easy for you to uncover.
It’s a middle-of-the-pack semi-original Disney outing that’s perfect to stick on Disney+ for the rest of eternity.
It’s a wonderful little message placed in a nice little action comedy that makes it the biggest, best surprise of the year so far.
In this video essay, I break down what made the first three Pirates of the Caribbean films so iconic and what happened to make the fourth and fifth movies sink.
Good action and sporadic chuckles do not a good movie make, especially when so much of what’s done cinematically is unmotivated.
The Green Knight is a wonderfully atmospheric and sometimes incomprehensible masterpiece.
He made a movie that is gentle, yet rough, cutting, yet humorous, and heartbreaking, yet uplifting.
I address my first controversial topic in this video essay with Star Wars: The Last Jedi. But I explain why it’s resonated so much with me since it was released.
I highly doubt we’ll be getting more entries in this second attempt at making G.I. Joe happen.
You can feel the earnestness and sincerity behind everything, but it all feels a bit too incongruous.
Old is the best bad movie of the year.
It’s beautiful in both heart and appearance
It’s time for me to acknowledge this franchise as a whole just isn’t my thing anymore.
If this seems like your kind of thing, give it a watch. If not, you’re not missing out on anything spectacular.
Zola is the first time I’ve seen an A24 movie that felt like it was parodying the studio.
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