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  • Jay and Silent Bob Reboot

    Jay and Silent Bob Reboot


    Kevin Smith does not make movies for everyone, so naturally, this movie will be divisive, as all the View Askewniverse entries have been. Watching this film is, in a sense, like watching Endgame, or more appropriately the Arrowverse's Crisis on Infinite Earths. Sure, a good time can be had, and it can be enjoyed by those not familiar with this universe, but the true weight and heft of it will be lost. I say more like Crisis than Endgame, because,…

  • Marriage Story

    Marriage Story


    It's rare that a film's characters feel so lived in, so authentic, so possible. All their flaws are just that, flaws. We all have them, and most of us in excess. This is a fundamental truth which Marriage Story not only understands but embraces. It's refreshing to venture into a story about such a difficult issue that deals with characters who are likable and unlikable simultaneously. A story that places characters at it's center who are conflicted, yet good people…

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  • Another Earth

    Another Earth


    Incomplete until the last shot. Something that can be said about literally every film ever made, though it is rarely ever as crucial as it is here. I found myself watching this with amazement for several reasons; it's beauty, it's complexity and it's seemingly hollowness. How those three things could ever be coupled together is a mystery to me. I wondered how it was possible. This was my take on the film as I watched it. It perplexed me, and…

  • Faults



    Tension. Mystery. Intrigue. Confusion.

    That would be an apt tagline for Faults. Riley Stearns has crafted an ambiguous and effective low-key thriller that will be sure to turn a few heads. I will say right off the bat that this film will be divisive, and I understand why. I see this more-so joining the ranks of a Sound Of My Voice/Martha Marcy May Marlene as an oft-misjudged work than a Spring Breakers/Under The Skin love it or hate it experiment.…