A Whole Bunch Of Movies I Saw In 2019 That I Loved but Didn’t Get Around to Writing a Review For (Because I’m Lazy)

I watched plenty of movies in theaters last year and some of them I didn’t get around to reviewing because I’m super lazy, rather than listing what is in here I’ll just tell you now that neither 1917 nor Parasite will be in this review as I have much more to say on those than I could fit in this already long list. First things … Continue reading A Whole Bunch Of Movies I Saw In 2019 That I Loved but Didn’t Get Around to Writing a Review For (Because I’m Lazy)

Spies In Disguise; A Fantastic Film In Disguise

I’m going to be honest with you guys. I didn’t think this film was going to be good. Maybe a few laughs here and there and a bunch of lazy humor. Something that I would walk out of with mild amusement then forget about until I found it in a bargain bin and buy it for $5 because hey it made me laugh once or … Continue reading Spies In Disguise; A Fantastic Film In Disguise

Some Idiot Rewrites Frozen 2 (That Idiot Is Me)

So watching Frozen II is no doubt a fantastic time and something I don’t regret watching more than once, but I couldn’t help but feel as if the film left a lot of ideas and scenes on the cutting room floor. I don’t know all of what was cut or intended but I feel as if there’s a lot that could’ve been different, so I’ve … Continue reading Some Idiot Rewrites Frozen 2 (That Idiot Is Me)

Frozen II; Fun but Faint

I was originally going to write about Frozen II in a triple feature review alongside Knives Out and A Beautiful Day In The Neighborhood. Then I saw it again. I originally watched Frozen II in theaters on November 22nd and thought it was great. I had a fantastic time watching, I cried when Elsa sung “Show Yourself,” and I had only a few small nitpicks … Continue reading Frozen II; Fun but Faint

The Lighthouse; A Beacon Of Light In A Sea of Horror Mediocrity

I saw The Lighthouse with the following knowledge: Robert Pattinson and Willem Defoe were the main stars It was shot on 35mm black & white film in a 4:1 aspect ratio The film was a physiological horror film set on an island with a Lighthouse during 1890 Robert Eggers was the director of the film There was a mermaid in the film I also knew … Continue reading The Lighthouse; A Beacon Of Light In A Sea of Horror Mediocrity

Spirited Away and Gotham By Gaslight; A Double Feature Review

Would it surprise you to know I haven’t seen most of Miyazaki’s films, or even Studio Ghibli films in general? Well before October 27th, 2019 at exactly 12:55 pm the only film I had seen from the Studio Ghibli film I saw was “Whisper of the Heart,” in which I ended absolutely LOVING. Something about Studio Ghibli films just pulls you into them with a … Continue reading Spirited Away and Gotham By Gaslight; A Double Feature Review

Jexi, Abominable, and Jigsaw; A Triple Feature Review

After a few weeks of watching movies I love I decided I need to watch something new. So I went out and watched two movies in theaters, Jexi and Abominable, then went home and finally watched Jigsaw because I had it sitting on my shelf for god knows how long and it was about time I got around to watching it. Let’s start with the … Continue reading Jexi, Abominable, and Jigsaw; A Triple Feature Review

Joker; A Joke For The Ages

“What do you get when you cross a mentally ill loner with a society that abandons him and treats him like trash?…. You get what you f**king deserve!” Arthur Fleck (Joaquin Phoenix) the Joker, says as he pulls out a revolver and shoots his celebrity idol, Murray Franklin (Robert De Niro), and celebrates with a little dance as the audience runs and shouts in fear. … Continue reading Joker; A Joke For The Ages