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    A Good Person


    A Good Person (2023)

    You know what’s fucking annoying? Having two of the best performances of 2023 from Florence Pugh and Morgan Freeman get leashed by a decent story with caveats of frustrating characters and an ending with hiccups.

    What Zach Braff does so well is being able to deal with realistic scenarios involving grief and guilt. He nailed it with Garden State and he was on the verge of replicating that emotion with this film, however the realism gets…

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    Missing (2023)

    Doing a follow up to Searching seemed a little redundant, I mean how can this team top what they did back in 2018. The bad news is that it’s not as good as Searching, the good news is that this didn’t feel redundant and was a good time.

    Surprisingly, no one other than Aneesh Chaganty, the director of Searching worked on this with Chaganty drafting the concept and story. Despite the absence of most creative key figures, the…

Popular reviews

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    65 (2023)

    65 brings nothing new to the table it riffs off several action and sci-fi films like Planet of the Apes and Logan. Hell, I’d throw in After Earth in there for good measure. 

    Adam Driver just makes nothing form with the drab material handed to him. He’s not terrible but he never elevates or boosts what’s written. He was a waste of talent. Ariana Greenblatt is having a good year of exposure from Barbie to Ashoka but here…

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    Babylon (2022)

    What a total head scratching mess. Too many ideas that got jumbled because of Damien Chazelle’s inability to juggle ideas and topics successfully. 

    About a third of this was just absurd 1920s orgies and shock value because “1920s Hollywood was crazy, right??!?” The characters weren’t at all investing, Jack Conrad and Sidney Palmer get the “best” stuff regarding their relationship to Hollywood. Conrad’s fading spotlight as a viable leading man and Palmer’s rise to fame as a black…