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Winchester (2018)
19 days ago via Rotten Tomatoes

(2/5). Coming from a pair of filmmakers who know what they're doing, I was expecting more from Winchester. It looks nice and the performances are solid from both Mirren and Clarke but the whole movie is nothing more than a cliched jump scare fest.

Hostiles (2018)
23 days ago via Rotten Tomatoes

(4.5/5). Though it has a few missteps and is a little long, Hostiles is a phenomonal film, one that shows that not every situation is black and white. Bale & Studi give Oscar worthy performances here, and the breathtaking visuals along with Cooper's solid direction make this an unforgettable experience.

Bright (2017)
52 days ago via Rotten Tomatoes

(2.5/5). Despite it's title, this movie is anything but smart. A big disappointment considering the talent involved, Bright never truly shines. And that is mostly due in part because of the thin screenplay from Max Landis that clearly needed another re-write. You don't buy the chemistry between Jakoby & Ward, they waste Naomi Rapace, and while the visuals are cool and there are some entertaining action sequences, the end result is a jumbled mess.

The Shape of Water
52 days ago via Rotten Tomatoes

(5/5). Certainly one of the year's best films, The Shape of Water is also one of the best Romances I've ever seen. Who would've ever thought a movie would have you invested in the love between a Merman and a mute woman? Guillermo's visionary style absolutely fits the setting and the acting across the board is great, especially from Hawkins and Shannon. Its such a sweet tale that also reminds us that all though the world can be humble and kind, it can also be an angry, violent bitch.

Jim & Andy: The Great Beyond - Featuring a Very Special, Contractually Obligated Mention of Tony Clifton
52 days ago via Rotten Tomatoes

(5/5). One of the best documentaries I've ever seen, Jim and Andy gives a fantastic insight into the world of method acting. And love him or hate him, you have to appreciate the work that Jim Carrey puts into his movie.