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Inside Llewyn Davis is a fantastic journey of a down on his luck musician making his way through the 1960s folk music scene. This film represents many different emotions and feelings that culminate in a fantastic experience of memorable characters, genuine moments of humor and drama and amazing music. The casting choices in the film are amazing, Oscar Isaac and John Goodman in particular really shine with some truly stellar performances. In total, Inside Llewyn Davis is a more than enjoyable watch with obvious passion put into it. I recommend this film for anyone who just wants to watch a good movie of substance that might stick with them for years to come. The Coen Brothers have done it again!
Almost Famous is a beautifully original coming of age story that has a little bit of something for everyone. The performances are truly mesmerizing and I often found myself forgetting that I was watching a movie at all.
Despite a few unrealistic moments throughout the film, Almost Famous is a highly recommended experience that I think music lovers and film lovers alike will deeply enjoy.
Despite blatant and often times offensive chronological errors, Bohemian Rhapsody paints an interesting and somewhat unseen picture of Queen vocalist Freddie Mercury's journey through the highs and lows of his career.
Creep's refreshing take on the found footage genre is an incredibly fun and watchable experience that I would recommend to most horror fans. The one issue I have with the film is it's tendency to use horror cliches found in every mediocre January horror movie. Besides that small issue, Creep is definitely worth the watch if you want a clever scary movie that will never fail to make you jump.