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Take a shot every time you cringe at a one liner said by Chris O'Dowd and you will absolutely die of alcohol poisoning.
Its confused, paranoid and claustrophobic nature is very professionally and stylishly executed despite its plot-point genre cliches.
An imperfect messy movie, albeit consistently charming, unlike Suicide Squad.
A genius film that invites you into its spectacular tale without demanding you prior knowledge of its predecessor.
Wick goes full MacGyver in this latest outing and it's as utterly satisfying as it is breathtaking.
Boldly wiping the slate clean, Halloween (2018) is as timely as it is relentless is reminding us that Michael Myers is unpredictable and unstoppable. Not remortely a perfect film, but an ideal sequel with a reason to exist. That being said, Laurie Strode has never been more badass!
Killing Grounds is, when at its best, a air-tight suspense shocker with likable believable leads. And, when at its worse, gratuitous torture porn. To its benefit, it's mostly the former.
A movie that doesn't put on pretenses of being anything more than guilt-fully thrilling, albeit convoluted. And as a franchise goes, this is the only film in the XXX trilogy that didn't bore me to near-death.