Movies Posts Tagged as 'Twisty'
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Star Trek II: The Wrath of Kahn (1982)
It's an old friend I had no idea I made. It's everything it pretends to be. 12-Nov-2018
L.O.R.D.: Legend of Ravaging Dynasties (2016)
The logic doesn't matter. Feast on the luscious realism of their art and the low-key male romance. 14-Oct-2018
Trash art elevated by high energy, cliche improvements, professional visibility (actors,) Alexandre Aja (director) and Nicotero's (make-up) enthusiasm. 08-Oct-2018
Florida Project, The (2017)
It was a contender for greatness. It tests our patience of children, the ingratitude of charity and the dejection of hope. The candy color added brilliance to poverty and the actors took realism to gut. Unfortunately, the finale adds delusion to reality and makes us feel cheated for watching a Disney commercial as crispy and removed as its music. 07-Oct-2018
The haunt's mythology is terrifying but the present laid out flicks instead of punches. 04-Oct-2018
Before I Fall (2017)
I got it and I agree. 05-Sep-2018
It affirms its origin and endears us with embellishments. It debates life assumptions and Casper is illuminated with a thoughtful backstory. It's magic with gumption. 27-Aug-2018
A future world where men control the financial and the empowering facets of every woman. She's a mother to a gifted daughter, too old and unattached to succeed financially and whose choices for betterment are minimal. The scares arise from her choices but her heart makes it logical. 23-Aug-2018
Big Sick, The (2017)
Its not outrageous in comedy but its perceptive in family relations and love. It argues stereotypes, parenting and choices convincingly and it presents the actors amiably. Kumail Nanjiani espouses his culture with nods to old traditions while embarking on new ones as an American. Zoe Kazan demonstrates love with a minimum drop of physicality and Ray Romano splatters all the isms that make him classic. 01-Aug-2018
Moderate presentation of big ideas.
(There are fun moments.) 31-Jul-2018
Star Wars: The Last Jedi (2017)
The story upheld the promise of its mythology but the dialogue forgot it. Except for the originals no one truly grasps or becomes a legend.
The last hour zips past to overcome its trepidation of fulfilling its spiritual demands. All that's required is pushing forth the magic. It gave us poignancy with two legends celebrating their careers then giving the fans an action comic stampede. 15-Jul-2018
Her piggish husband has been possessed by a gentler woken ghost. What is a woman to do? Half the fun is figuring it out and celebrating the film's laughs, zestful anterior American tunes and "no bullshit" relationship conclusions. I might've chosen wrong for her but she didn't. 10-Jul-2018
Sinner, The (2017)
It terrifies with the psychology that no matter how virtuous the effort, parents can't take pride in giving life if they can't provide a way for the distressed to enjoy it.
Jessica Biel may be putting up walls but they're decorative. She has the same light that burned Farah's wings on.
I couldn't put the book down. 07-Jul-2018
Take Me To The River (2015)
Hillbilly family reunion corrodes when mindless gay teen usurps flamboyance against parental repression. Combustion arises from a "me too" moment wherein the offended family ascribe scaring the "California" out of the teen. It's courageously choreographed and uniquely categorized but when the balloon pops it fizzles. The sexual indiscretion that drives the suspense has no explanation, resolution or respect. Chicken fighting has been ruined. 21-Jun-2018
Postman Always Rings Twice, The (1981)
Jessica is ignited, Jack is just and the story is on broil. It replaces a toxic relationship with a violent one pretending its a portrait of love. The brutality that intercedes raises a wall between the main that disallows the emotionally sequestered writ understanding of motivation. Jessica and the film's corruption keep it afloat. 18-Jun-2018