I make terrible reviews of movies.
“I say before all of you, I spoke the truth!”
It is so nice to see Ridley Scott live up to his name, and do Ridley Scott things. A slow burned, masterful film that pulls you in more, and more into this story as the chapters zoom on by. While all the acting in this film is outstanding, Jodie Comer is the glue to this incredible film. Her performance is going to get the award buzz next year, and rightfully so.…
A f’ing brutal sequel that delivers as the perfect second part of a trilogy. Providing gruesome kills that get more violent as the film progresses. A literal non-stop Horror thrill ride that builds on the legend of Michael Myers. It’s not going to win over anyone that didn’t like the 2018 version, or people who just don’t get what so appealing about this franchise. I can see some people feeling like this was pointless, but going into it with the knowledge…
“This is only the beginning.”
This film is definitely one of those that gets better as you think about, and with a second viewing. Loved it the first time, but appreciated the scale of the film the second time. Absolutely beautiful from start to finish. Absolutely worth a price of admission for the Dolby/IMAX experience.
I’m so deeply thrilled and in awe with what Denis just put on the screen. The perfect epic that is needed more than ever in blockbuster cinemas. Within the same realm as Jackson’s Lord of the Rings. Rich in story and world building, compelling and incredibly acted characters, but most of all, masterfully directed by Denis. I did not want the film to end, I was hooked the minute the first act played, and wanted to explore more of what Denis…
“What the fuck is this?”
A film that wraps you into this isolated area, and makes you spend every minute with this couple, and to cherish their happiness they find with this child. Not so much a “Horror” film, but a beautiful directed Drama with suspenseful moments. That ends in with one of the most depressing last 15-minutes of the year. This film is not going to be for everyone, and especially for people who are expecting the…
Yeah... this was near-perfect. A 70s punk filled fashion war film that is a non-stop extravaganza. Emma Stone is f’ing fabulous in this movie, and owns every scene. The costume and make-up BETTER get an Oscar nomination next year. It’s jaw-dropping beautiful, and I gasped at the beauty of certain designs. This doesn’t feel like a Disney film at all. There’s just something that clicks from the minute you see Stone as this famous villain. It feels fresh and different for…