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David Lynch's monkey movie is 17 minutes and must have been developed when Lynch was tripping. It seems like gobildy gook, but for whatever reason it works enough to give it a watch. It's black and white and dramatic and funny and Lynch once again proves his mind works like few others. Final Score: 6.7/10
I'm not usually into the comic book universe, but what a treat 'Shazam!' was. It flows and it's fun and there are laughs and some spine tingles, but make no mistake this isn't a kids movie. It's spooky and violent and isn't for young kids. What we do have is an excellent story and some really good child acting (not so bad adult actors either). We also have the obligatory sequel set up tagged on which lets ya know this is a franchise about making money in case your weren't aware. Final Score: 8.5/10
Documentarian Matt Tyrnauer once again proves he's one of the best out there in his latest, 'Where's My Roy Cohn?'. Consisting of tons of archival footage, Tyrnauer uses a heavy-handed style to pound into our brains that Cohn was a complicated yet evil vessel. When he connects the dots to Cohn and one of his clients Donald Trump the film really pops. Tyrnauer takes his time, but moves fairly rapidly along the entire life of Cohn. There are talking heads who all seem to have a disdain for the titular individual. It's another in the growing line of docs from this filmmaker that are worth watching! Final Score: 8.1/10
Jafar Panahi co-wrote, directed and stars as himself in '3 Faces', an Iranian film that worked for me until the third act. I watched this with wife on a Hubby Wife Date Night and she felt the same way which makes this review much easier to construct. It's beautiful and the story is alluring, but once the reveal happens we're not left with much more. The problem is there's another 40 minutes of movie and what was once a cohesive and hypnotically beautiful film, becomes a slog. Perhaps the final act will work for you, but for us not so much! Hubby 6.6/Wife 6.0 Average Final Score: 6.3/10
'I Lost my Body' is the story of boy who stalks a girl he's attracted to until he gets close to her. Hubby and wife date night turns into a movie which is animated yet graphically violent. It's made for adults and who doesn't love a good stalker? It's kinda gross and when we both agree it makes writing the synopsis a lot easier to write. Romanticizing stalking kinda sucks. The movie is wonderfully animated and the story is certainly original and the film leaves more questions than answers and that works, but about that stalking thing. Yea can't get over it. Not for us! Hubby: 6.0 Wife: 5.8 Average Final Score: 5.9/10