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|86 T9||The Death of Stalin (2017) - Feb 23, 2018|
|79 T8||Doctor Strange (2016) - Feb 17, 2018|
|63 T7||Justice League (2017) - Feb 16, 2018
"Better than expected. I am not a big fan of the DC Universe, I hate Ben Affleck and the plot is probably the idea of the 374th extra they had and he just blurted it out. However, it didn't feel prolonged; there were humorous moments and you can feel moderately entertained. Even though slow motion scenes are currently very popular, the scene with Barry and Superman really cracked me up. On that note, wave of awkward superheroes is coming, I am calling it."
|68 T7||The Cloverfield Paradox (2018) - Feb 11, 2018|
|74 T8||10 Cloverfield Lane (2016) - Feb 11, 2018|
|90 T10||The Stanford Prison Experiment (2015) - Feb 07, 2018|
|6 T2||The Beguiled (2017) - Feb 07, 2018
"I really wanted to like it. Every scene was prolonged, most of them with suspenseful music out of place. At the end of the movie my mouth felt sore, was that... all? Every single dynamic was unsure of itself, as was the whole movie - it just couldn't land on a subject or an emotion, except sexual desires. The only heartfelt reaction was of a man, unexpectedly losing a leg. Sure, having an atmosphere is nice, but you can't call excessive tree shots - cinema."
|17 T2||Murder on the Orient Express (2017) - Feb 07, 2018
"Ah, is that all that Johnny Depp is worth now, after all those allegations-spending a movie as a dead body... Aside from that, I haven't read the novel, nor have I seen other adaptations, so my dislike towards the movie is not from a disappointment it did not live to a certain potential. However, I am a huge fan of the genres and the movie felt bland, boring and predicable. Kenneth Branagh felt obnoxious and full of himself and overall I didn't feel invested. Tons of feelings, all of disappoint."
|0 T1||The Competition (2018) - Feb 07, 2018
"I keep watching (fast-forwarding) those rom-coms with the desperate desire for a sinister ending, or at least a realistic one. But "The competition" is the usual corny, filled with actors from commercials (I would presume), bland story, that probably came from the imagination of someone who's never seen people or only soap operas. You cannot care for the main characters at all, the feelings of chairs would be far more investing. All in all, the plot is an insult to cinema and humanity."
|4 T2||Suburbicon (2017) - Feb 05, 2018
"If we move past the tremendous disappointment that the movie is, it could actually make a nice documentary - "A serial killer: Childhood". "