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A Cure For Wellness
3 months ago via Rotten Tomatoes

Gore Verbinski's A Cure for Wellness is absolutely fucking gorgeous. I was convinced I was watching this movie in IMAX. The cinematography, set design, sound design, color scheme, and costumes are all incredible. From a visual standpoint, this movie is amazing. There were so many shots that I would LOVE to have framed on my wall. This movie takes place in the middle of the Swiss Alps in a castle, which makes for some epic, beautiful, and stunning imagery. I was completely floored. There is this one specific shot of Dane DeHaan's character sitting on a bench overseeing the Swiss Alps that had my jaw on the floor. Take a little peek for yourself (<------ my second favorite shot)!

A Cure for Wellness is surrounded in mystery. At a run time of nearly 2 and a half hours I was never bored for a single second. I was fully invested in this movie from start to finish. The haunting score, the mind blowing visuals, the characters, and the mysteries kept me glued to the screen and eagerly waiting to see what was going to happen next.

A Cure for Wellness handles it's characters brilliantly. We spend a lot of time with Dane DeHaan's character as well as the supporting cast. I especially liked Mia Goth's character. She is easily the most interesting character in the film. She had this screen presence that was transfixing. Jason Isaacs who is the doctor of this wellness center is very creepy and eerie. I also thought Dane DeHaan was pretty great. In my opinion this is the best performance of his career.

Besides the visuals, the score is by far my favorite aspect of the film. The score adds a whole 'nother layer to the movie. It's so haunting and captivating. I've been humming the score non-stop since I left the theater.

There is A LOT to like in a Cure for Wellness. No doubt this film will divide audiences. Some will hate it and others will love it. It's really fucking bizarre and weird. But the more I think about this movie, the more I love it. There's so much imagery that's still stuck in my mind as I type this review. This movie has a little bit of Shutter Island, some of The Village, mixed with The Devil's Backbone with a little dab of Crimson Peak on the side. If that sounds awesome to you, you will likely enjoy this film! It could have been a little bit tighter of a movie, which is really my only tiny complaint. A Cure for Wellness is certainly one of the most ambitious films I've seen in quite some time. It is essentially 2017's Batman v Superman.

Resident Evil: The Final Chapter
3 months ago via Rotten Tomatoes

Well is turns out Resident Evil: The Final Chapter is garbage. This movie is probably the worst edited movie I've seen to date. The action sequences are incomprehensible. Seriously, it's damn near impossible to tell what's going on. It was like looking into a fucking strobe light. There are cuts every second. It was like the movie was on fast forward every time there's action taking place. Whoever edited this movie shouldn't even be allowed to edit YouTube videos. RETFC does the exact opposite of RER. RER actually had impressive and well edited action sequences. You can actually see everything that's going on. What a concept!!

Ouija: Origin of Evil
4 months ago via Rotten Tomatoes

The period-piece aesthetic is done absolutely brilliantly. The look and feel to this movie is awesome. Flanagan makes it really easy for the viewer to become immersed into this world.

When Kids are in a horror movie they can make or break the film. Take The Witch for example. Not only did that film contain the best child acting I've ever seen in a horror film, but also some of the best child acting I've ever seen in any film period. In Ouija: Origin of Evil case, the child acting makes the movie! Lulu Wilson was pretty fantastic (she's the younger sister). I was genuinely afraid of her character. She says this line of dialogue to a male character that had me squirming in my seat. The older sister Annalise Basso does a really good job as well (she's the girl from Oculus). You care about what happens to these people which is crucial for a horror film to be successful (in most cases). Don't get me wrong the acting in this movie is no where near the brilliance of the acting in The Witch, but it's very good nonetheless.

I never saw the Ouija movie from 2014, but I can only assume this one is 10 times better. This film is scary, well written, and well acted; which makes for another solid horror movie to come out in 2016.

Hacksaw Ridge
Hacksaw Ridge (2016)
4 months ago via Rotten Tomatoes

Hacksaw Ridge might be the most realistic portrayal of War ever put on screen.

Mel Gibson proves once again that he is a legitimate top-notch director. This film is incredibly well made. Every aspect of this movie is impressive. The performances. The visuals. The battle scenes. The story. The characters. You name it, and this movie does it well. The man deserves a Best Director nom!

If Andrew Garfield isn't AT LEAST nominated for an Oscar, it will be a travesty. This is Andrew Garfield's movie, but aside from him I was most impressed with Vince Vaughn. I've never seen him take on a roll like this and I think he pretty much knocked it out of the park. He has some great lines that had me laughing out loud. While his character in this film does have some comedy aspects to him, it's not the typical Vince Vaughn role that we're all sick and tired of. I also really liked Teresa Palmer. Her role was small and she wasn't on screen all that often, however when she was on screen I was very impressed with her performance.

I need to discuss the battle The battle sequences are absolutely masterful. I've seen quite a few War movies and in my opinion this is the most realistic portrayal of War that I've seen in a movie. It's so brutal and so realistic. I just sat there completely still with my hand covering my mouth for the entirety of the battles. Hacksaw Ridge is one of, if not the scariest film I've seen it 2016. It does an excellent job and showing he sheer terror and horror that comes with War.

This is the movie Michael Bay wishes he made with Pearl Harbor.

Doctor Strange
4 months ago via Rotten Tomatoes

In the words of Juicy J, "Let's get trippy mane".