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Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle (2017)

8/10

 

Really enjoyed it. The humour was great and just "stupid" enough for it not to be too childish. The children also didn't get that much screentime which probably helped a lot :)

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Wonder (2017)

7/10

 

The unusual pairing of Owen Wilson and Julia Roberts exceeded my expectation. There are points when you will reach out for some tissues but they're peppered with enough laughs along the way to make it well-balanced, extremely relevant and combined with a strong message

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Mother! (2017)

3/10

 

Wasted two hours of my life. Started off as something that could be good, then it turned completely bonkers. Too many unanswered questions, beyond the realm of believability. Too many times I asked WTF during this movie. Even with a star studded cast it fell apart.

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Bright (2017)

 

4/10

 

Sooo much potential :(

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Blade of the Immortal (2017)

8/10

 

This whole movie was in Japanese and I can barely speak English. It was 3 hours of stunning visuals and a properly structured storyline, basically, Manji, a samurai cursed with immortality is asked by a young woman, Rin, to avenge the death of her father at the hands of the renegade ronin group, the Itto-ryu. Rin eerily resembles Machi, the disturbed figure whom Manji had witnessed being brutally butchered 50 years before.

 

I want them to release a follow-up movie exploring the origins of Yaobikuni and how the bloodworms were discovered.

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The Big Lebowski

7.5/10

 

It was fun to watch actually had a full on storyline that made sense and it was interesting to see where so many memes came from, hard to believe this movie is 20 years old.

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John Wick: Chapter 2

8.9/10

 

I am just totally biased being a major John Wick fan, the movie itself was good, more of a story to it than the first one, but still some lacking bits or places to build on if they will continue with the franchise.

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I've seen Darkest Hour the other day. Gary Oldman was so good it's ridiculous. If you like historical dramas, you'll love it.

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The Foreigner

7/10 

 

I've always been a major fan of Jackie Chan, especially his more serious work like the Police Story. I had the idea that this movie should be of that caliber, it was to a certain degree but lacked a bit. At times it felt that he was more playing a supporting role despite being the center of the plot, I would have liked if they involved him a little more.

 

Pierce Brosnan knock this out of the park, very dynamic actor and being a big 007 fan especially the Pierce Brosnan era. This was incredible to watch, you could see some fear and tough emotions. He nailed the Irish accent and mannerism a very dynamic actor indeed. 

 

Most people only know Jackie Chan in the comedy roles, the foreigner highlights the ability of Jackie Chan being a true actor, expanding into different roles being polar opposites of each other.

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12 Strong (2018)

 

8/10

 

Great war film. The guys who really did it must giant balls. Pure madness.

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Coco

6/10

 

Very cute movie, even managed a twist or two. And had a few laughs here and there.

Very nice animation and singing.

 

Children will definitely enjoy it and it's very much bearable for a parent.

 

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The shape of water 2017

6.5/10

 

Complex movie, showing how far the spirit of generosity takes us.

It's too long, a very slow paced film that I feel could have achieved the same in 40 minutes less. It's definitely a love story and comfort watch unable to generate real dramatic tension.

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The Big Sick 2017

 

6/10

 

It's a cute story, has a few really funny moments. Good character development and story for that matter.

Not the usual romcom you expect.

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I, Tonya 2017

7.5/10

 

One of the more dark comedy biography movies you'll watch. There's funny moments, but overall the whole story is a tragedy of note.

 

Margot Robbie played this role incredibly well with immense character building early on.

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The killing of a sacred deer 2017

0/10

Unrelatable characters, abrupt conversations, and scenes that are incomprehensible. Still have no idea what I have just seen.

Collin Farrel and Nicole Kidman doesn't make it better.

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Gringo (2018)

8/10

 

This was just a great movie. Action, drama, comedy and none of it overdone.

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Tomb Raider (2018)

7/10

 

I'm alone in my thinking it seems, but I reckon it was better than Angelina Jolie's Tomb Raider movies.

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Annihilation 2018

5/10

 

Cosmic Sci-Fi, not really my thing, but the movie was alright. It felt like a Jurassic Park movie playing off in some alternate universe. Big fan of Natalie Portman probably the only reason I marked this movie above 1/10, the ending was too open-ended for me and the origin story was none existent, just felt like this movie would have been better layed out if they made it a series instead, like Tera Nova.

 

If I must some this movie up in one sentence it would be: "Trippy shiaat"

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Lady Bird

6/10

 

A bit awkward at times, but it's a good film about growing up.

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Train to Busan and I loved it. Really tense, a "bad guy" you can really hate and avoided the worst of zombie tropes with a good ending. Would recommend it to anyone. 9/10

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Darkest Hour - truely excellent display from Gary Oldman, stunning in fact. Very powerful messages of desperation coupled with fear of pending doom. Thoroughly enjoyed all of it.

9/10

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The house with the clock in it's wall. 

2/10

 

Unfortunately I misjudged the audience for this one. (Saw Jack Black and suddenly missed Tenacious D) 

 

If you are over 12 years old, best to skip movie. 

 

 

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Project Finale (2018)

Netflix

 

Follows the hunt, arrest and trial of Eichmann (Ben Kingsley).

 

7/10

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