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Darkness (2004)

SadnessNeverGoes - wrote on 09/27/19

this film is best why the hate i loved each moment of it plus the great acting by anna paquin and lena olin ,the atmosphere and everything is excellent hey this is not a film for everyone ,the video and sound quality is amazing specially the audio crips loud clear and with dolby digital and dts so enjoy i loved this and enjoyed this very much this goes down in my list as favorite films yes it got slow pace but its tense and intense its filmmaking at its best this is what cinema should be …

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Yojimbo - wrote on 09/24/19
"BlacKKKlansman" by Yojimbo

A rookie undercover detective decides to infiltrate the Ku Klux Klan on a whim, despite the fact that he is in fact, black.

Based upon the true story of Ron Stallworth who during the early 1970’s was the first black officer in Colorado Springs’ Police Department. The obvious irony of the KKK welcoming both a black and a Jewish undercover cop – bizarrely posing as the same person – into their fold is the basis of the story and although rather Donnie Brasco-esque in its plot, the …

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Once Upon a Time ... in Hollywood

SIngli6 - wrote on 09/10/19

Quentin Tarantino has gone too far this time. Just play L.A. Noire and put on some 60's tunes during the driving sections and you would have Once Upon a Time... in Hollywood. This is why auteurs have such a bad name these days!

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Deep Red ( Profondo rosso )

Stoney McStonerson - wrote on 09/09/19

Somewhat stylish with suspenseful moments and cool early slasher/genre kills with a hilariously awesome later one are not quite enough to offset some strainful acting and a heavy driving soundtrack that weaves between a 70's funky beat to almost becoming a comical side character.
It sometimes takes away from the story.
Good for it's time but lacks the quality to rival Argento's Suspiria.

My grade 2 1/2 Joints

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Aladdin (2019)

Cavernstones - wrote on 09/05/19
Not enough street cred for street rat and Genie

No. Just no. Will Smith may be a great artist as he does have great charm, but he is seriously miscast here. His lack of singing talent combined with the first half of the movie where he was trying too hard to make it his own role derailed some of the magic this film may have generated. Maybe Disney was trying to target a younger audience than the original animated movie, because those under 13 likely don't care about that blatant street American sounding of the lines. Jafar also never really …

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Good Boys (2019)

fatso - wrote on 09/02/19
funniest movie of the year

wow i must say that i was really suprised by this movie i was expecting to laugh no doubt but i found the funniest movie of the year here my entire theater was rolling in the floor over this one i went as a man outing with my two brothers really not knowing what to expect but oh my god i laughed and i laughed and i laughed long and hard here i would definetlly see this one again its for sure not for kids but aside from that the movie made me about piss my pants i laughed so hard quite sexual …

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The King of Kings (1927)

akhansen - wrote on 08/25/19

Some elements of this film are fantastic: the production is outstanding; the actors give great performances; I'll even admit to some touching moments. I know this film was a hit & is much beloved my many, but I just can't. The plot is just RIDICULOUS in spots.

Case in point, my favorite line of the whole film is at the very beginning. We are introduced to Mary Magdalene, extravagant, reckless courtesan, who finds out that a carpenter has lured away her lover, Judas Iscariot. (What now ?!) …

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Return to Sleepaway Camp

Roberto DaCritic - wrote on 08/06/19

Yeah, I can't defend Return to Sleepaway Camp. The main character is horrible, the other characters are either underdeveloped or unlikable, besides Ronnie and Petey, and the 2nd act has no kills (it's 25 minutes with no Angela killing people).

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Once Upon a Time ... in Hollywood

Leslie - wrote on 07/30/19
Once Upon a Time...There Were Movie Posters

There is an enormity to see in "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood." Quentin Tarantino’s new movie about the film industry and Los Angeles is replete with 1960’s era iconography. Especially eye-catching are the lustrous B-movie posters featuring actor Rick Dalton (Leonardo DiCaprio), which if were historical, may have even found their way into the Dwight M. Cleveland Collection.

If you’ve ever wondered what it would be like to tag along with an actor and his stuntman to and from a …

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Fast Color

Ionut valentin - wrote on 07/28/19

I only resume to warn you not to play and watch this as it is a waste of time to do so.

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