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The Death of Stalin
25 days ago via Rotten Tomatoes

This film is funny, sometimes in the smartest way and other times in the dumbest. It balances political power plays with goofy satire well, and the performances are very entertaining. The plot
of this film, however, is very thin and the narrative never wows you. This movie is certainly entertaining, but won't have you belly-laughing, biting your nails, or blow your mind.

Avengers: Infinity War
25 days ago via Flixster

There's a whole lot of movie here, so much I hate and so much I love. This film can only be described as a roller coaster. It has very high highs, low lows, and the destination doesn't matter because it's all about the ride, and quite a ride it is. It's as funny and action-packed as expected, and more emotional than expected. The cross-film interactions are always fun, and this film leans into that, while Brolin puts on the best performance in a Super Hero film in recent memory. The issue comes with the fact that due to story holes and depth constraints, there's really a ceiling on how great a Marvel movie can be. Thankfully, they seem to be hitting their head on this ceiling a lot, and maybe cracked it a little with this film.

Blockers (2018)
25 days ago via Rotten Tomatoes

This film is good for some laughs, but it's ultimately just three C- to C+ comedic actors coming together with some okay young actresses to create a film that is exactly the sum of its parts. Even this film's biggest fans likely only enjoyed it to a certain degree. Mann, Cena and Barinholtz all have a certain chemistry, but overall this movie is very high floor, low ceiling, and forgettable in the end.

A Quiet Place
A Quiet Place (2018)
46 days ago via Rotten Tomatoes

I like dialogue and am not a fan of horror. So this film started in a hole, climbed out, and then slapped me in the face for being ignorant. The screenplay is solid, the acting is good (particularly from Blunt), but the real shock here is that Krasinski is better at directing than he is at making sarcastic faces at office cameras. This may be the beginning of a brilliant directing career for him. The film's tension builds well, the post-apocalyptic world is well set up, and the score works really well with sounds of the film. If you actively dislike horror movies then this one may not sway you, but if a small part of you can tolerate them then this horror flick is the one to see.

Ready Player One
46 days ago via Rotten Tomatoes

This could have been better, but also could have been worse. The story is fun at times, but inconsistent as it falls into some really corny 80's-type movie tropes. There are no real twists or turns, it is just a straightforward, non-risk taking screenplay. The main appeal may be the overflow of pop culture references, which may impress some, but is really just unnecessary and do not add much to the film honestly. It's a neat film, but not one that sticks with you once you've left the theater.