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SJD 1/25/22 💜💜💜
The Last Voyage of the Demeter is a victim of many unfortunate circumstances, most of them revolving around its release. Let us "count" the ways.
First, it was released very close to the end of summer break. Kids are gearing up to go back to school, and their parents are busy in that process as well. Second, people had spent their movie theater budget on seeing Barbie and Oppenheimer weeks prior. There wasn't enough pull to go back after those,…
This is so close to earning a 5, but I think I give far too many movies that honorary status. Usually, I like to save that for my all-time favorites, and this just skirts right outside of that list.
Still, it's hard to find any solid flaws without making it sound like I'm just nitpicking. This is absolutely a title Disney put their all into, and earns the cult status so heavily attached to it.
Lilo & Stitch creates a calling…
Well boys, strap in. It's gonna be a long review. I finally got to revisit my favorite film of all time, for my 250th log on here.
Taxi Driver is so difficult to put into words, just how incredible a film it is and exactly how much it means to me and my life. When I first saw back probably 10 or so years, I didn't see the hype. Nothing was understood. I actually disliked it. I kept…
A sequel thirty six years in the making and one, to be quite frank, I enjoyed far more than the classic. The first Top Gun has its place in history, but never had any nostalgic attachments. Drama there devolved from little more than men trying to out man each other.
First and foremost, the quality of filmmaking here (forgive my pun) really does reach for the sky. The lengths taken to ensure piloting was kept authentic but safe, and visual appeal…