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Roma Movie Review

6.5/10 A great film hindered by its slow-moving pace. Roma has the markings of a being another Alfonso Cuarón classic, but the unraveling of events is far too tedious to maintain this critics interest. This is one film I Read more…


The Ballad of Buster Scruggs Movie Review

9/10 A profound anthology film for the making. The Coen Brothers manage to divert their incredible storytelling talent into six fantastic short stories. The Ballad of Buster Scruggs works like Western folklore to cleverly tell stories that feel the Read more…


The Clovehitch Killer Movie Review

8/10 A masterpiece of minimalist mystery drama. The Clovehitch Killer utilizes a simple but original premise to execute with great skill a riveting story. For those curious and who might think if this has anything to do with the Read more…


Extinction Movie Review

3/10 From Perth director Ben Young, Extinction falls flat as a science fiction drama that takes too long to give anything remotely original or interesting. Focusing on a simple-minded civilian, Peter keeps having nightmares about an alien attack on Earth and Read more…


What We Do In The Shadows Movie Review

7/10 “We’re Werewolves, not Swear-Wolves” It might not necessarily handle an original subject but the comedy gold that comes out spins a refreshing twist and more than makes up for choosing to tackle a familiar genre. What We Do Read more…


Drive Movie Review

7.5/10 “Hey, do you want to see something?” Minimal on the outside but engagingly tense on the inside, Drive might be a simple story about a driver with a good heart who works for those that have none but Read more…


Shoot ‘Em Up Movie Review

7.5/10 “Tit for tat, Mr. Hero. Tit for tat.” One word can simply describe this movie: fun. There is so much to enjoy here in terms of action that it’s just fun, fun, fun, fun and more fun. It’s safe Read more…


Frances Ha Movie Review

7/10 “It’s after three. I can drink.” The story of a young adult trying to find their purpose in life is an age-old fable that is used in a lot of films (Boyhood, Dead Poets Society, Good Will Hunting). Read more…


Okja Movie Review 

8/10 “Have I ever given you a boring show?” I feel like these words sum up the master behind the camera Bong Joon Ho, whose latest film Okja is yet another fine example in his impressive filmography. For those Read more…


The Purge Movie Review

3/10 You’ve got to purge Morty *burps excessively*. The way I see it, The Purge is the precursor for the shitty horror films Blumhouse Productions went on to make, such as the horrendous Happy Death Day, Unfriended, Ouija and their Read more…