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79 80% Monkey Man (2024) - Rated 15 May 2024
"Kinda like Only God Forgives by way of John Wick (which gets referenced by name), and more than once evoked Jet Li's Fearless. Just an all-around good time."
70 54% Day of Wrath (1943) - Rated 04 Apr 2024
"If it was me, I would try not to bang my dad's hot young new wife"
76 73% Late Night with the Devil (2023) - Rated 26 Mar 2024
"I absolutely love the slow buildup, the characters, and the effects work (minus the AI stain), but a couple things could have bumped it much higher for me. I would have liked a further devolving into carnage and chaos by the end, maybe a longer runtime, and a bigger commitment to either being "found footage" or not, because half the movie is shot like a regular modern movie and doesn't commit to the bit. Not that that's a problem, but I would have preferred full commitment in either direction."
61 33% The Marvels (2023) - Rated 26 Mar 2024
"It put in a surprising amount of work to make Captain Marvel a more interesting character, but imo Ms. Marvel is easily the most entertaining character on screen most of the time. It's just a shame that the movie really banks on you having seen Captain Marvel and Ms. Marvel in their entirety, because if not, some major plot elements may very well be lost on you"
86 94% Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 (2023) - Rated 26 Mar 2024
"This is what all the other MCU movies should aspire to be. It wasn't a big crossover spectacle, and not furthering some larger plot, but instead feels like a genuine evolution of the characters we've seen in the past two movies, even if that means taking some turns that aren't optimally marketable. It still had genuinely great action scenes and genuinely great humor while showing a surprising amount of emotion throughout."
35 8% Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania (2023) - Rated 26 Mar 2024
"The superhero fatigue is realer than ever. I liked the Ant-man movies because they were more scaled-back and had a healthy amount of humor to them that worked really well. This one was a gigantic messy pile of dense effects shots and too many returning characters who still manage to not have anything important to do (plus newly-introduced characters with too little to do). Overall felt like Marvel Product #59144F3"
74 67% Werewolf by Night (2022) - Rated 26 Mar 2024
"I never would have known this was a Marvel property if not for the logos in the beginning and end, and that is a point of praise. I can't believe they made an MCU product that wasn't saturated with flags for potential sequels and tie-ins with other Marvel characters. Just a nice self-contained short movie that feels like its own work."
63 36% The Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special (2022) - Rated 26 Mar 2024
"Pretty decent, though it is basically the Drax and Mantis show, rather than a full-on Guardians special. I honestly would have preferred if they tried to make something like the Star Wars Holiday Special, just a completely incomprehensible slapped-together production detached from human logic."
71 58% Black Panther: Wakanda Forever (2022) - Rated 26 Mar 2024
"More all-around solid than I ever expected a Black Panther sequel to be, especially going without Boseman"
58 27% Thor: Love and Thunder (2022) - Rated 26 Mar 2024
"Mixed feelings. Near the beginning of the movie, there's a scene where characters are watching a silly stage play about the events of the previous Thor movies, and this movie as a whole felt like it was taking that same approach to its own story material. Basically a self-parody. Every scene featuring Christian Bale was infinitely better than any other, but also felt like it came out of a different movie where not everyone is a cartoon character. Also did Guns n Roses personally fund this movie?"