In almost every comedic movie I've ever seen, no matter how funny the overall film is, there's going to be moments of drama. It seems all comedic writers need to channel their inner Billy Shakespeare. What I adore about Richard Linklater's Everybody Wants Some is the closest we get to drama is the comment made by Jake, the character most of the movie is seen through, about Super Baseball Scout Pete Ward, not being real. The tension lasts for seconds,…
Sometimes we romanticize the wrong people. Killers, thieves, bandits etc etc. QT, never known for passing History class, does something so right, I can’t stop smiling. Instead of painting some sympathetic picture of the Manson Family, he picks Margot Robbie’s Sharon Tate as his rightful muse. The passion in her presence is contagious. She doesn’t have a lot of lines, but this is her movie. Without her character, none of this would be possible.
Brad and Leo are real movie…
Top Gun: Maverick literally took my breath away. From the opening to the end, I was glued to the screen. Tom Cruise’s Maverick is a movie icon, but damn both Glen Powell’s Hangman and Miles Teller’s Rooster made every scene they were in even better. I’m on board for a Glen Powell Best Supporting Actor Oscar Nomination, and Miles Teller winning Best Mustache of 2022.
Maverick is how you make a fuckin’ sequel. Hell yes!! Maverick is the most pure action…
I’m a huge Johnny Strong fan. I am the target audience for Invincible. While Johnny looks cool as hell doing everything he does, I feel the film falls a bit flat. The story felt rushed, almost like they ran out of money and stopped filming. Perhaps there’s a reason this one stayed on the shelf for so long?
I guess my favorite scenes involve Johnny being Johnny, Johnny fighting Marko Zaror, and watching Zaror eat everything in site. Someone must’ve…
Damien Chezelle's tale of a boy, his drums, and a teacher that speaks ever so loudly, and carries the biggest stick of badass this side of the Academy Awards, in one of the most heart pounding cardiac arrest breathtaking intense movies I've ever seen. The opening beat. The opening shot. The first time J.K. Simmons speaks. Groovy funky jazzy music makes all movies better. RIFIFI is the shit. Carter Burke? I knew Miles Teller was going to be special after…
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College kid returns to his hometown after his dad is injured in a freak accident. Kid finds severed ear on the ground. Kid plays Scooby-Doo detective. Kid hides in a closet. Kid gets caught in the middle of a crazy kidnapping scheme. Kid falls in love. Kid has final boss battle with loco Dennis Hopper. Just another day in the sleepy town of Lumberton, right?
Imagine if you could show Blue Velvet to someone unfamiliar with any of the actors.…