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  • Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood
  • GoodFellas
  • La La Land
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  • Bones and All

    ★★★★

  • Mickey: The Story of a Mouse

    ★★★

  • WALL·E

    ★★★★½

  • Rushmore

    ★★★★

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  • The Banshees of Inisherin

    The Banshees of Inisherin

    ★★★★½

    What a feckin' film. This is one of the finest feckin' films I've seen all year long. It's so feckin' good, it'll make ya want to move to the motherland and raise a miniature donkey. Feckin' great time it is. Lot's of feckin' drama. Lot's of feckin' comedy. Many moments of feckin' hilarious moments as well as some feckin' downright feckin' downbeat ones. Feck.

    Review:
    Martin McDonagh is back with another cleverly written film about two Irish pals. I just…

  • Amsterdam

    Amsterdam

    ★★★½

    Look, I can separate art from artist, and I've liked a lot of David O. Russell's films in the past. Amsterdam (to me) is not the dumpster fire new entry from a problematic director that most claim it is. Is he a problematic director? Yes. Do I think people react to the movie with hatred for the director? Yes. But I know people can still separate art from artist and still not vibe with this movie. I am a person…

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  • Bones and All

    Bones and All

    ★★★★

    The sounds of chewing and ripping apart flesh fill the theater as the cannibals devour their human dinner. Bones and All is a shocking look at people who eat other humans. It’s filled with gore that will unsettle your stomach. Mine was unsettled pretty much throughout the whole movie. I wouldn’t just go see any movie about cannibalism. It has to look like it has artistic intent and great filmmaking behind it. This one does so I had to see…

  • Mickey: The Story of a Mouse

    Mickey: The Story of a Mouse

    ★★★

    Mickey: The Story of a Mouse intends (or does it?) to take the audience on a journey to trace the famous mouse from creation to now. I absolutely love Disney World and Mickey so this was a must watch for me any way you slice it. I'm a huge film history buff and seeing all of this old archive footage of Walt during his early days and seeing different clips of the first Mickey shorts is really cool. Unfortunately, this…

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  • Triangle of Sadness

    Triangle of Sadness

    ★★★★

    Immediate thoughts after watching: 
    Wow! Triangle of Sadness is a shocking and hilarious critique of the wealthy and a look at class hierarchy. Every rich person in this movie is obsessed with their own beauty and power over people they deem lower than them. In reality, it's their lives that are filled with emptiness and being unprepared for the real world. Everything worth anything is connected with Instagram followers or income to them and they are not shy in their…

  • Rushmore

    Rushmore

    ★★★★

    Wes Anderson's sophomore feature was the last film I needed to see to complete his filmography! Happy Thanksgiving to me, I finished Wes's filmography!

    Rushmore is just like Bottle Rocket in the sense that Anderson's style isn't entirely his own yet and it's still developing to what it has crescendoed into today up to The French Dispatch. Today is maximalist Anderson and back in the late 90's it was minimalist Anderson in terms of visual style. His usual humor, wit,…