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||Cats (2019) - Jun 20, 2020
"This movie left me saying "What the hell?", but not in the way I expected. I found myself finally understanding why this was the longest-running Broadway show in history. It's an ambitious, elegant study of life and society that uses music to explore themes of worth, desire and character. It's not for everyone, but I fully understand now why it was so appealing in the early 80's. Mark my words: Theater kids 15-20 years from now are going to discover this movie and make it a cult classic."
||The Invisible Man (2020) - Jun 18, 2020
"I really love the idea of modernizing the classic Universal Monsters and going full-on horror film with them, but I kind of hated everything about the execution with this one. The horror, the scares, the storytelling, the finale. None of it worked for me. The finale was especially poorly handled considering the message the film was trying to convey."