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Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri – Review

As many who know me well have infuriatingly heard and had to witness persistently, I have many tattoos which almost all have some connotation to a movie or film as a whole. One of the most obscure inked on me is a quote from the 2008 directorial feature debut by Martin McDonagh, In Bruges. The […]

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Kingsman: The Golden Circle – Review

In case anyone was mildly curious to my level of dedication to giving unbiased analysis; I refuse to read any reviews, look at any scores (IMDb, Rotten Tomatoes, or Metacritic), or listen to any criticism about a film before I see it. I’m self-disciplined enough to know that just a peak will be enough to […]

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Mother! – Review

This is going to be one of the hardest reviews I’ve had to write. After the film was over, my significant other nor I said a word to each other. We went out to the lobby of the theatre, turned to each other, and let out a disorderly and exhausted, “Damn.” There’s no hyperbole nor […]

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It – Review

Few films have had a cleverer nor more effective marketing campaigning that 2017’s It. The online buzz was massive weeks before its release and the steam never seemed to slow. The film had so much going for it; a director who had already created a well-reviewed horror film (Mama), nostalgia from people who enjoyed the […]

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Wind River – Review

 Actor turned director, turned writer, turned director; Taylor Sheridan has a vast resume and one that’s been on the front page of most executives for the past few years. Sheridan acted in countless shows from the mid 90’s onward, and only recently decided to go behind the camera. His first film, Vile, an ultra-indie, ultra-gory […]

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Detroit – Review

The team-up of writer Mark Boal and director Kathryn Bigelow are one of the strongest forces to reckon with in Hollywood. Their initial effort, In the Valley of Elah, was an underseen personal gem. Then, The Hurt Locker, exploded them onto the scene; it grossed a mere $700,000 more than its budget despite incredible reviews, […]

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Annabelle: Creation – Review

Annabelle: Creation entertains rising star Lulu Wilson who was a breakout in last year’s Ouija: Origin of Evil. The Annabelle films and Ouija films have more in common than just being current horror films. Even worse than the first Annabelle (29% on RT), Ouija was a colossal disaster (7% on RT). Universal and Blumhouse then […]

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