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  • Nobody

    Nobody

    A strong start peters out to a pretty standard finish. It’s a schlubbier John Wick that feels like it needed more time in the oven.

    The early bus scene is fantastic, but none of the fight choreography lives up beyond that.

    And it remain pretty fun, but I was primed for a way more interesting character after the first 20 or so minutes. All he is is a dormant Rambo guy, even though the beginning promises more.

    I’ll watch and enjoy anything with Bob Odenkirk though.

  • After Hours

    After Hours

    Gotta love a movie that keeps it this tight.

    Something about this atmosphere is just excellent. It feels so strange, like an alternate reality. It absolutely nails the feeling of being deliriously tired like nothing else I've ever seen.

    Nail biting tension sprinkled tastefully here and there and a few really good laughs ("I'll probably get blamed for that"). Plus a cast full of winners, everyone bringing such a colorful performance to their roles, no matter how small.

    As a bonus BOTH of the Home Alone parents are in this movie, how fun!

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  • Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker

    Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker

    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    I have a lot of thoughts on this movie.

    The Last Jedi was a bold step forward for the franchise, and this one is two timid steps back.

    TROS is the ultimate corporate movie-by-focus group. They let the most vocal haters rewrite the story, which robbed the whole trilogy of the spirit that made it so unique.

    TLJ challenged us to question the old notions of Star Wars. The ideas of lineage, of a simple dichotomy of good and evil.…

  • West Side Story

    West Side Story

    Oooooh YES.

    A movie that feels so so so classic. Those two shots in the rumble scene are some of the best in Spielberg’s career. And this is probably his best movie since Catch Me if You Can

    Wouldn’t change a thing except Ansel Elgort who is so severely outclassed by everyone around him (especially Rachel Zegler). That’s the only thing that ever threatened the magic.