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Velvet Buzzsaw

Matthew Brady - wrote on 02/19/19
"Critique is so limiting and emotionally draining"

"The admiration I had for your work has completely evaporated."

'Velvet Buzzsaw' feels more like Goosebumps TV movie with the plot summary and overexpose lighting that made it look cheap. This is just sad as I had high hopes for this one, despite 'Roman J. Israel Esq.' leaving a sour taste in my mouth.

There's not a single likable character in this movie. Well maybe Natalia Dyer character who play's the innocent co-worker. What's even worse is they get way too much screen time, which …

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Alita: Battle Angel

Fatguy moviefan - wrote on 02/14/19

So this was one of those movies that I wasn't sure about so much fun it turned out to be so much going on very exciting action to the core the alien was beautiful and a good role model for girls she's beautiful strong independent and saves the world I recommend taking the family for this one you better get some snacks but aside from that it's a wonderful movie

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Velvet Buzzsaw

Chris Kavan - wrote on 02/13/19

I'm don't really get into contemporary art (film and game reviews aside) but I do know that a lot of the current art world is driven by money and that what is defined by "good" art these days is what sells. That being said, there's a wicked streak of dark humor in watching a group of self-indulgent gallery owners, critics and art dealers getting offed by the very art they represent. It helps the film boasts a talented cast as well. Dan Gilroy is a nice fit for the film - and bringing Jake …

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The Man Who Killed Hitler and Then The Bigfoot

ikkegoemikke - wrote on 02/13/19
Brilliant film.

That day, I just killed a man.
What he stood for was unstoppable.

The absurd title alone should stimulate your curiosity. A film with such a whopper of a title (sounding completely absurd) can only lead to an unrivaled experience. My first reaction was: “Only Monty Python can come up with such a film title.“. I found “The man who killed Hitler and then the Bigfoot” a relief, after seeing so-called masterful films that should be breathtaking but ultimately were disappointing. More and more …

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