Migo has written 5 reviews for films rated ★★½ .

  • Everything Everywhere All at Once

    Everything Everywhere All at Once


    i disliked it more on the second viewing. understood more this time: immensely creative but super cringe-y at times, the message really isn't that deep lol

  • Windfall



    watched for lily collins but didn't expect a somewhat decent chamber thriller. jesse plemons definitely carried this, there's something about "windfall" that worked but its pacing and screenplay were a struggle.

  • House of Gucci

    House of Gucci


    i've been into fashion ever since i was a child so i made aware of the gucci family and it's rise and fall. when i saw the trailer, i was super intrigued how they will pull this off especially with ridley scott as the director and a pretty solid cast. the main issue i had was the length of the film: it was unecessarily long when the point was really already made. i thought the acting was fine, so was…

  • The Dig

    The Dig


    Beautiful cinematography and scoring matched with great performances from Fiennes and Mulligan. This film nailed the era and setting these events took place in, it’s like I was watching a documentary on this discovery while in a war. Unfortunately, I just wasn’t a big fan of the story in general: the wordy dialogue on archaeology, anglo-Saxons, and the Viking era got me drowsy after a while. I also didn’t understand the sudden subplots in the second half that weren’t present…

  • Da 5 Bloods

    Da 5 Bloods


    Normally I’m a fan of Spike Lee’s films despite him making a lot of the same movies with the same themes. I thought “BlacKKKlansman” should have won best picture last 2019 so I kind of had hopes for this one. I just felt a lot of things were forced: a messy script, a lousy pace, average editing, and the overall message of the Vietnam war mixed with issues of race and discrimination: 2 completely different kinds of wars.

    I genuinely…