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  • Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood

    Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood

    A film about a transitional period in movie history that comes during a transitional period in modern day cinema, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood is a great hangout movie that pays homage to history, before ultimately rewriting it.

    Rick Dalton and Cliff Booth have their fair share of flaws, but Tarantino ultimately argues in favor of these faded pillars of a different era by using them to save Sharon Tate from the Manson Family. The uproarious third act is…

  • Spider-Man 2

    Spider-Man 2

    Spider-Man 2 still the best spidey adventure.

    It’s the film that best encapsulates Peter Parker’s struggle, as he’s beset with every possible obstacle as he struggles to find work, is ignored by Mary Jane, and struggles to maintain his relationship with Harry Osborn when he blames Spider-Man for his father’s death. Given everything that he’s gone through and the unrewarding nature of being a hero who nobody truly knows, Peter decides to throw away the suit, and the film shows…

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  • Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade

    Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade

    Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade is downright brilliant, a joyous revision of the Arthurian legend that examines the specific bonding experience of a father and son.

    Much of Indiana Jones’s life is defined by his somewhat tumultuous relationship with his father, and when he crosses paths with Henry Jones Sr. once again, the two work through their issues as they search for an artifact that has defined both of their lives. Henry Jones Sr. feels much like the opposite…

  • RockNRolla


    A much more mature and darker film than “Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels” and “Snatch”, the film still possesses Ritchie’s sense of black comedy and violence.

    It’s a film filled with twist and turns and Ritchie balances the elements of surprise quite well. Jam packed with memorable scenes like one character being fed to crayfish and some pretty wicked monologues, “RocknRolla” is a criminally underrated film that deserves to be seen.