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The Adam Project movie review

The Adam Project is directed by Shawn Levy, written by Jonathan Trooper, T.S. Nowlin, Jennifer Flackett, and Mark Levin, and it stars an ensemble cast headlined by Ryan Reynolds, alongside Zoe Saldana, Mark Ruffalo, Jennifer Garner, Catherine Keener, and young Walker Scobell. After the surprise hit Free Guy, The Adam Project is the second collaboration […]

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The Batman movie review

There are only a few comic-book characters that can get me excited for a movie adaptation; actually, there is only one. Batman’s an iconic character, not only in the comic book world, but in films, TV, pop culture, and general culture. A new movie adaptation will compete with previous ones, will be compared to some […]

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The Last Duel review and discussion on why it flopped

The Last Duel (2021) is a historical drama, directed by Ridley Scott, written by Matt Damon, Ben Affleck, and Nicole Holofcener, based on the 2004 book by Eric Jager, and stars Matt Damon, Adam Driver, Jodie Comer, and Ben Affleck. Set in Medieval France, the movie depicts the events that lead to the last judicial […]

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Nightmare Alley movie review

Guillermo Del Toro is a fascinating director; from his earlier horror-oriented work to his action blockbusters and romance-centered dramas, and now his neo-noir drama re-imagining of Nightmare Alley, he has shown incredible versatility yet all of his work still feels like part of his style. He is an incredibly gifted writer and visual storyteller, able […]

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Spiderman: No way home movie review

Spoiler-free, for the most part. I do point to when I’m about to spoil some very small elements, so be careful! I have not tried to hide how fatigued I am of the new phase of Marvel movies and similar, CGI-spectacles; I’ve also grown tired of nostalgia-bait and fan service as items on the checklist […]

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The French Dispatch movie review

Watching a Wes Anderson movie is like nothing else you will experience that year and The French Dispatch is exactly that; a unique experience that is full of laughter and drama, excitement and quiet, a well-structured script with lots of improvisation. It is an audiovisual experience that is levels above everything else that came out […]

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Ghostbusters: Afterlife review

What genre is Ghostbusters? That is a question I never really thought about, but was in my mind while watching Ghostbusters: Afterlife. I really like the first Ghostbusters movie and I don’t really care about the other ones; I enjoyed the second, but it was not as memorable as the first. The reason why I […]

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Nobody movie review

If I told you that the director of Hardcore Henry (one of the best action movies of the 2010s) and the writer of John Wick are going to collaborate on an idea by a leading actor, who would you guess that actor would be? If you guessed Bob Odenkirk, then you already know about Nobody, […]

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Last night in Soho movie review

Out of the many names whose mention would get my attention, few will actually get me excited and one of those names is Edgar Wright. From the Cornetto trilogy to Scott Pilgrim and Baby Driver, I’ve loved everything he has done thus far, but this year was always going to be a special time to […]

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There’s someone inside your house movie review

Halloween is a great time of year for horror fans; this is the time of year we can watch horror movies every day with friends, instead of every day alone. This year, I had limited time so I spent it with the objectively best movie ever made (Jason X), Ari Aster’s Hereditary, and – just […]