My name's Aleister, I'm 28 and live with my beautiful wife Taylor. We watch movies whenever we can. Comments are encouraged!
I've seen Kill Bill Volume 1 and Volume 2 a hundred times before, but I always wanted to save the full cut for a special occasion and I can't think of a better way that we could have ended 2022 than this.
I truly don't think Tarantino is ever going to top this. From front to back, this movie is a rollercoaster ride of white knuckled action scenes, irresistible dialogue and whacky, endlessly entertaining editing. No matter how much the…
Beyond a pleasure coming back to this masterpiece on a stormy winter night. Tay and I turned off the heat and got bundled up in blankets to watch arguably the greatest practical effects film ever made tonight and I'm happy to say, it really does get better with every rewatch.
Not just Carpenter's scariest film, but also his biggest crowd pleaser. As much as the sci-fi concepts in this freak me out, the little kid in me is going crazy…
Tarantino's weakest film by a country mile.
I thought this movie took WAY too fucking long to get going and the worst thing is, I think from start to finish, this whole film really works on paper. Just not in execution.
Tarantino has never felt this self indulgent in the worst way. There's a lot of cool moments as there should be considering the film's 3 hour runtime, but I just couldn't get on board with a lot of the…
You people thought Gotti was a fucking meme?
Give this a few months to be the laughing stock of the internet. I seriously couldn't believe what I was watching as I was seeing it.
If it weren't for "The Haunting of Sharon Tate", this would be the worst film of the year, but it's simply too entertaining for me to put it lower than that offensive dumpster fire.
This is gonna be John Travolta's "Wicker Man". A masterpiece of garbage.