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Blazing Saddles
2 months ago via Rotten Tomatoes

Filled with often silly and a little bit subtle humor, carried by two amazingly likeable leads and capped with a fantastic climax, Blazing Saddles will occasionally encounter bumps in the road (flatulence) but still ranks well among Mel Brooks' legacy.

The Crooked Man
2 months ago via Rotten Tomatoes

On the surface, it should be just as bad as you would expect. Acting just as bad as writing...some of the worst I've EVER seen! But the villain is so damn cool that if you set standards low enough, you should be able to leave with a smile on your face.

A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night
3 months ago via Rotten Tomatoes

This is like watching a great director's first film, which it probably is considering this is Ana Lily Amirpour's feature film directorial debut. Some amazing themes that you could think about forever and a very interesting story, but it lacks the ability to streamline those ideas into a film palpable for those just looking for a new take on vampires, and comes out feeling a bit amateurish and uneven.

Kingsman: The Secret Service
4 months ago via Rotten Tomatoes

Kingsman successfully applies modernity to a classic formula, bringing the best elements of newer action movies like The Matrix and older action films like From Russia with Love. It is creative and gripping while simple. Its action sequences utilize slow-motion and close-ups to be able to illustrate the emotions and thoughts occurring throughout the action sequence while maintaining a incredibly fast-pace that would otherwise render these scenes too fast to be properly analyzed. It is not the originality of the storyline - for there is absolutely none - but the various familiarity, finding elements of nearly a dozen notable action thrillers found in its thread. The reason why this film did not truly ascend as a cult classic is that this combination cannot properly register with those who don't appreciate the rarity and novelty of the combination, and thus it fails to reach a very wide audience for reasons other than its subpar marketing.

Bait (2012)
4 months ago via Rotten Tomatoes

Not half bad. 2.75/5.