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I see pretty much anything put in front of me, and always have an open mind no matter how bad it may sound. I really enjoy reviewing films and watching them. Most of my favorite movies consist of Kevin Smith films, as well as many others (The Dark Knight, for example) and I enjoy talking about movies with fellow moviegoers.
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How my ratings work:
.5/5 = Worst Movie Ever
1/5 = Awful
1.5/5 = Pretty Bad
2/5 = Bad
2.5/5 = Average
3/5 = Pretty Good
3.5/5 = Pretty Great
4/5 = Really Great
4.5/5 = Spectacular
5/5 = Excellent
If you don't agree with my taste in a certain movie, don't whine about it to me and judge me based off of hating a film everybody loves so much.
DON'T RECOMMEND ME A FILM IF YOUR REVIEW IS ONE SENTENCE.
Foxcatcher is a riveting psychological thriller from director Bennett Miller. His direction is glorious as the story moves along with a great amount of tension that rises as the stakes are heightened. It's nice to see a movie that is equal parts engrossing and terrifying. It's always fascinating to see just how crazed of a reaction a film can manifest. It left me feeling shocked, dejected and wretched. Foxcatcher works due to an impeccable cast featuring Steve Carrell, Channing Tatum and Mark Ruffalo at their very best in career-defining performances.