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|79 44%||Radiance (2017) - Mar 16, 2019
"Tranquil movie, watches itself like a poem. Development is slow, peaceful, but feels like it's almost without substance. Soundtrack beautiful."
|84 68%||Crossroads (1986) - Mar 10, 2019
"Good blues, acting is odd. Lucy in sky with diamonds."
|84 68%||Good Time (2017) - Mar 10, 2019
"Absolutely mad, twisted road this movie is. Fast paced, visual, tense. Interesting but unsettling characters, very well played. Would not watch again but would watch it the first time every time."
|84 68%||Roma (2018) - Feb 09, 2019
"What a great, technical movie! But - not as great as everyone suggests it is (critics, as I saw). Here's the thing, objectively this movie is near perfect, but I'm not doing this professionally so I believe I have some room for my movie perception. Can't really put my finger on it, but it did drag a bit. Still, Aparicio's performance is genius. It's also a movie that you have to prepare your mindset to it, which I admittingly didn't do so there's that."
|85 73%||Green Book (2018) - Feb 06, 2019
"A very watchable film. Reminds me of Les Intouchables. Ali & Viggo are truly above the what is really an average script (which is a great, great shame, imagine possibilites!). Viggo's performance was a bit less convicing though, a bit too cliche and washed out from countless mob films. Consequently it means it's great to watch him though. I expected more from this film, especially themes originating from Docs POV. This is a simple, charming movie, made to be liked by crowds."
|80 50%||Tully (2018) - Jan 24, 2019
"Great movie that feels very real - besides the ending of course (so not needed). Acting by Theron is superb and probably one of her best roles. Also Davis played well. I didn't review it after I watched it so now I forgot all the great things I had to write about it. Too bad."
|73 28%||The Mule (2018) - Jan 24, 2019
"The one thing I thoroughly enjoyed is how the protagonist moves in the flow of life. I don't mean the whole job over everything thing, but easiness of making decisions, having fun at little things and generally just being there, in the moment. But goddamn wife (Wiest) - how shockingly awful role that was, my god, it single handedly ruined the movie for me, hard to take it seriously. Ugh. I will never understand why they did that. Most of character dependance doesn't look natural. Odd goodbye."
|90 92%||The Old Man & the Gun (2018) - Jan 24, 2019
"Both Redford and Eastwood decided to end their career with classy, old school gentlemanliness, believing in old ways. For it turned out pretty well, charming. First half of The Old Man is probably one my favorite halfs ever. Love the passion of the character, elegance of their acts. Imporant messages that we, the young, should probably take note of from time to time. Both movies unique, but from both I expected a tad bit more. Nevertheless, sometimes you forgive little mistakes and just enjoy it"
|79 44%||The Ballad of Buster Scruggs (2018) - Dec 29, 2018
"I always liked the idea of different stories in a movie. Usually you have some that really good and some that are just plain boring, even though the message could be more important in those (see last story). Overall an interesting anthology of western stories with the one with Tom Waits standing out to me the most. Stylistically the stories are very different, not sure if that's the way to go as they feel somewhat disconnected, non-complementary - but not story wise."
|80 50%||Ant-Man and the Wasp (2018) - Dec 24, 2018
"Not a typical high grade Marvel this one. Not as ambitious obviously. Plot holes are so bothersome, gaahhh... you have a fucking shrinking device, use it god damn it! It's funny but not as often as one would like. Ending is great though. Forgettable but fun."