Reviews


‘Don’t Worry Darling’ – Review

Olivia Wilde’s new dramatic thriller is a visual wonder to behold, but does not ever fully blossom to the film it wants to be. *This review contains spoilers!* Olivia Wilde is a brilliant director, who can craft a world on screen that is beautiful and crisp. Don’t Worry Darling perfectly exemplifies this. The film invites…

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‘Avatar’ – Review

Avatar being rereleased in theaters is a worthy trip to the theater, especially if you have access to an IMAX 3D showtime. Cameron’s epic film is a sci-fi, fantasy film like no other. Leading up to the release of Titanic in 1997, the conversation was filled with doubt, panic, and underestimating James Cameron. In 2009,…

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‘Blonde’ – Review

While the technical aspects of the film are admirable, they ultimately do not come together to transform a soulless script that plays as trauma porn.  This review contains spoilers for the film Blonde as well as descriptions of sexual assault, abortion, suicide and violence.  Marilyn Monroe is perhaps one of the most famous performers to ever grace…

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‘Moonage Daydream’ – Review

Moonage Daydream serves more as a beautiful tribute, that gracefully captures the very essence of who David Bowie was, or at least, who he was to the public.  It’s hard to describe Moonage Daydream. Yes, it is a documentary, but not in the traditional sense. There’s no overarching narrative. No main anchor point or person…

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‘Pearl’ – Review

Goth is undeniable throughout the film and perfectly complements the film’s technicolor style with psychological horror, madness, and eventually violence.  This review contains spoilers for the film, X, as well as brief spoilers for the film, Pearl.  While X was Ti West’s ode to exploitation filmmaking in the 70s as a slasher film, Pearl, the prequel, is a much different…

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