May 232022
 

Double Indemnity is what is considered The Godfather of film noir. It’s a fantastic film through and through thanks to a tight and suspense-filled script from Billy Wilder and Raymond Chandler and exceptional performances by MacMurray, Stanwyck and Robinson.

 

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May 222022
 

The Batman is a good film. Not great. I did like that Matt Reeves had a different and unique take on the character who has seen the big screen a handful of times dating back to 1989 and while there is room for improvement.

 

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May 102022
 

Candyman might not be some horror classic in my book, but it was incredible enjoyable with a few good twists with taking it down an unexpected path, at least compared to others in the supernatural-horror subgenre; but what was especially noteworthy were the performances from Madsen and Todd.

 

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Apr 112022
 

Scream 2022 is a decent entry into the now vaunted franchise. The kills are gorier than ever and the new cast actually mostly work and it’s nice to see the three legacy cast members back one more time even if their roles are on the limited side.

 

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Mar 132022
 

The Godfather Trilogy is another (almost) great set from Paramount with a plethora of bonus features and excellent video and audio transfers. My only qualm is, like the DVD set, they’ve gone back to the cardboard digi-pak which means you’re SOL if any of them get damaged.

 

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Mar 082022
 

The Matrix Resurrections is far from terrible and it’s not the worst amongst the sequels, but it can’t recapture the magic of the original, however I did like the movie whenever Reeves and Moss were onscreen together.

 

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Mar 022022
 

Alligator isn’t a half-bad movie with its cheesy moments and some respectable makeup effects, not to mention the charisma from Robert Forster in a lead role. Don’t know how much replay value it has, though it does provide a fun time.

 

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