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Being Australian and under 30, Dick Cheney is not someone I ever payed a lot of attention to. I knew he shot that dude and the dude he shot is the one who had to apologise somehow, and that he was one of the evil puppet-master types who stood behind George W. That's it. So while Cheney as a subject matter isn't something I can say I **care** about, it's also not material that's old hat to me either. I ended up watching it only because that's what my mate wanted ...
***One of the most entertaining music biopics ever made (but also nastiest)***
RELEASED IN 2019, "The Dirt" is a biography of Mötley Crüe from their inception in the early 80s to the mid-90s. Along with GnR, the band was the cream of the crop of 80’s hair metal. They were notorious for their childish, debauched antics and the movie depicts this from the get-go with an off-putting bit o’ raunch at a party ...
If _Bohemian Rhapsody_ is so great, why was the best part of it Tom Hollander saying a single word? Don't get me wrong, Rami Malek deserves props for the role, that much is true (less perhaps than he's been getting, but still, props). But beyond that, _Bohemian Rhapsody_ is bland, choppy, arguably even offensive. There **might** be some value in one of those sing-along type deals if you can get enough Queen fans together for one, but I'll never know, because I have no interest in re-watching this.
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As a huge fan of the sci-fi genre, especially when it involves alien invasions of some kind, movies like this always leave me excited. It doesn’t matter what the audience or critics have been saying (in fact, it never does) because it won’t affect my enthusiasm (in fact, nothing does). By knowing who the cast, director, writers, and producers are, I instantly know ...
What makes ‘Parasite’ so satisfying is that it commits neither error. It’s an engrossing, stylish and near perfect movie, and its underlying themes go beyond merely pointing out class exploitation to challenge the logic of capital. Though he is often juggling a mosaic of characters, themes and social issues, Bong never eschews his anarchic impulses and dark humour. It’s a movie that should be seen as widely as possible, if only so that Bong Joon-ho gets more chances to make movies for modern audiences that badly need them.
Anon is a noirish sci-fi thriller set in the near future where the human mind records everything through its eyes. It is a society with no privacy but what if the memories can be manipulated?
Sal Frieland (Clive Owen) is a detective who solves crimes by reviewing people's memories that exist in some kind of matrix where the memories are placed and can be accessed.
I was very pleased with this film. My gf and I appeared to be the only ones in the theater without kids. And the auditorium was full. The movie is very kid centric and does not rely on crude or off color humor to keep the adults interested. Many, many times the kids laughed out loud. As did many adults. And much to my surprise, a good majority of the audience applauded at t he end. I've seen a few movies where some of the audience clapped. But not one ...
You might expect a former FBI agent to be able to handle a gun, or protect himself at gunpoint. But you sure as hell don’t expect a doctor to, and yet, Sarah Sawyer can not only steal a gun pointed at her, she can stop a burning building’s fire without even being in the building!
Will Sawyer’s posed with a challenge when the tablet that he was for some reason given with full control of ...
Johnny English Strikes Again
_Johnny English_ is a franchise that continues to get worse with every movie they release, which obviously makes _Strikes Again_ (as the newest) the worst to date, but I will say, there is one sequence with a certain cannister of pills that I did genuinely enjoy. But digging five minutes out of an hour and a half is not really a rate good experience.
_Final rating:★½: - Boring/disappointing. Avoid where possible._
A Quiet Place
This review contains **spoilers**.
So let’s First get this out of The way I’ve never been more frustrated, by people eating popcorn, fidgeting, & Coming in late.
Anyways form the very start I had so many questions, how’d they get here? Where’d the Monster come from? Etc. And by the end I have no answers and even more questions. Are they gonna survive and kill all the Monsters? Is everyone else dead? Why’d they think ...
The Strangers: Prey at Night
I liked a lot of things in this movie that I didn't expect to, and I disliked a lot of the things I thought I'd be on board with, averaging out for a pretty midling experience. I didn't love _The Strangers: Prey at Night_ but I was into it enough that I'd watch it again some day.
_Final rating:★★½ - Had a lot that appealed to me, didn’t quite work as a whole._
It's American Pie for a more sophisticated era, and with more parental involvement. This was unexpectedly good--dumb-in-the-good-way, and sweet, and lighthearted, and touching--if occasionally false--and the best straight comedy I've seen in years and years. There's humour of every kind in here, so you're bound to get at least a few laughs.
Massive win from _Game Night_, had no expectations going in, but it ended up totally thrilling not just me, but the whole group I watched it with. One of 2018's stronger entries thus far. Always a pleasure to get that sort of a feeling, but especially happy that it came from a non-franchise movie.
_Final rating:★★★½ - I really liked it. Would strongly recommend you give it your time._
The Nutcracker and the Four Realms
Okay so this was not my first choice to see this movie but I admit I did it and I wasn't actually too pissed off I did It made me smile and feel all christmasy like I totally recommend you don't count this out yet it's a great
To the cinema
I honestly don't know what everyone's talking about, _Venom_ is **fine**! I mean... It's not great. There were a few moments I found myself thinking "This bit's pretty bad, why did they do this?" and a lot of moments I found myself thinking "This bit's pretty good, but they still probably should have just made a **real** _Venom_ movie with Marvel." ...
Shocking nobody, _Mortal Engines_ was not very good. Trying to jam way too much into two hours than is reasonable, it instead delivers on zero things. I guess I was **kind of** interested in the character of Shrike, but that was really the whole of my positive experience with _Mortal Engines_. Maybe if this thing had come out about eight years ago in the **height** of the bizarre Steam Punk obsession that gripped the globe (even if it was a weird sort of obsession where everybody called everything they like, and ...
I've liked a decent amount Nick Park's work. I grew up on _Wallace & Grommit_ and _Chicken Run_ and enjoy them even now, but I think that maybe you have to like other things if you want to enjoy _Early Man_, things I personally, don't.
_Final rating:★★ - Definitely not for me, but I sort of get the appeal_.
**_Examining something rarely seen on screen_**
> _It was important for me to tell this story because I've seen other representations of motherhood, but they tend to be humorous. Mommy needs vodka. The coffee mug slogan. And I thought no one has really gotten gritty with it. Because there's a side of it that's dark. And it used to be enough to be just a good caretaker and now it's that you need to be ...
I love Jennifer Lawrence, she's just amazing. It's not her best apparition but she's the main character of the plot, so you can appreciate her like in no other of her movies.
Twisted and complex, the main plot is defined by itself during the development of the movie ...
Ant-Man and the Wasp
It's fun to see big stuff get real little and little stuff get real big, but _Ant-Man and the Wasp_ suffers the same problems of its predecessor, except this time with an added issue, one that effects many movies (and even more TV shows), the problem of "The entire movie didn't have to happen if people would just have had normal human conversations with one another" ...