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|95 89%||John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum (2019) - May 17, 2019
"An amazing symphony of violence and fun. Continues to build on the story and world from John Wick 2, in interesting ways that make me crave for more world building. Every scene feels different enough that you don't become desentized to the violence. The first 20 minutes are 100/100 perfect display. A sight to behold. "
|30 10%||Pokémon Detective Pikachu (2019) - May 11, 2019
"This poorly acted unfunny, bad CGI filled disaster piece lacks heart. It feels as if Rob Letterman only knew Pokemon GO was popular, Deadpool was popular, and then proceeded to ask his kid the plot of the first pokemon movie, before handing him back to the maid half through the explanation cursing as to why he had kids. The movie is filled more plot holes than you'd expect from a kid's movie and Kathryn Newton and Bill Nighy act poor if held up to "Bad Original Disney Channel Movie" standards. "
|85 59%||Captain Marvel (2019) - May 06, 2019
"A good origin story. Nothing special but nothing awful. Brie Larson is a good superhero and was a great choice to play the Superman of the Marvel Universe. "Young" Samuel L. Jackson steals the movie and makes it worth watching all by himself. "
|86 62%||Long Shot (2019) - May 06, 2019
"A silly movie, able to balance smart jokes with dick jokes. Its a political comedy, so it gets cheesy as hell at the end but it gets points for not forcing an over the top Trump metaphor to be the source of "humor" . Also somehow Charlize Theron and Seth Rogen have chemistry? It's crazy you would never think they should. "
|98 96%||Avengers: Endgame (2019) - May 06, 2019
"Amazing Superhero movie and probably one of my favorite big budget blockbuster films. It's an emotional spectacle that knows how to pull on the heartstrings of the fans who have been with the MCU since the beginning. Acting is standout, everyone delivers in this, while Robert Downey Jr. especially delivers an amazing performance "
|90 75%||Us (2019) - Apr 01, 2019
"The 2nd act is able to balance unsettling horror with comedy as well as the legendary Texas Chainsaw Massacre's dinner scene. It's unrelenting to the point it becomes tiring and probably needed another cooldown scene but that's nit picking around the films only real, but major, issue that the final act becomes overly explanatory that the films overall theme is loss. Acting is amazing and scares and gore were fun. Symbolism in the first two acts might have been a little to on the nose. "
|91 78%||Green Book (2018) - Mar 03, 2019
"Amazing acting in a funny, film filled with heart. The beginning is a little unevenly paced with a "been here, felt these emotions" going through the motions movie, but once the two main characters barely like each, the relationship and the movie grows. "
|90 75%||The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part (2019) - Mar 02, 2019
"A cute sequel, where its biggest problem is having to live in the shadow of the first movie. Luckily it contains great animation and hilarious laugh out loud jokes. The plot doesn't feel like it is fully there, but the jokes more than make up for it. "
|87 65%||Crimson Peak (2015) - Feb 15, 2019
"Beautiful set designs in a slow paced gothic romance film. The horror jump scares feel out of place and at odds with finding the correct audience for the film but the fairy tale aspect is one Del Toro is perfect at crafting. The overall tone and feel would be nailed in Del Toro's next film, The Shape of Water, but this film is still easy to recommend as Jessica Chastain and Tom Hiddleston seem to have a great time chewing up the lavish scenery "
|14 6%||Maquia: When the Promised Flower Blooms (2018) - Feb 14, 2019
"A film so reliant on tropes yet somehow manages to tell them in a confusing and boring way. Okada directorial debut is a disaster, with a boring and tired mother/son plot set in the backdrop of a fantasy war which should have been more developed instead of being drip fed random plot elements that go nowhere. The son is completely unlikeable. This movie attempts to tug at the heartstrings in ways we've seen before, but fails to capture any reason to care. "