All Posts Tagged as 'Conspiracy Theory'
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Dead Night (2018)
It bares its fangs early eliciting high wriggling expectations until bunk takes a seat and shits all over it. 18-Feb-2019
Devoid of purpose, study and reverence. The psychology of Laurie Strode was as an empowered victim that elicited strength from catastrophic violence. She's not Sarah Connor and she wouldn't burden a child with her horrid mythology. The holiday wasn't nostalgic and the nods to Hitchcock (who's that?) were extinct. Hallmark movies concoct bigger frights. 08-Feb-2019
Boa vs. Python (2004)
Made by environmentalists that insist that anything that moves or blinks is worth preserving even if it kills us. They hilariously plunder from Cameron's "Aliens" and every knockoff thereof. 04-Jan-2019
Bird Box (2018)
We get to conceptualize the threat, Paulson reads her lines in haste, nobody fucks with Bullock and Trevante Rhodes seizes beauty. 04-Jan-2019
Santa Claus (1959)
The mind sizzles with filmic ideas but it rejects the flipping from good to evil. It's a concoction for idle thinkers. 26-Dec-2018
Incredibles 2 (2018)
It's beautiful art. The family had two stars (mama/baby) and three supporting players. The thrill has dissipated. 16-Dec-2018
The series tackles mental health treatment and unlocks its mystery.
The length of it mattered because I was always surprised when each episode closed.
Every frame was effective.
Bobby Cannavale tears up his dip.
Stephen James piles the right amount of sincerity to make us care about his treatment.
Sissy Spacek. She deserves the show.
Alex Karpovsky. He creeps.
Shea Whigman. Every time he played with his glasses I shudddered with glee.
Marianne Jean-Baptiste. The kind of spectacle a mother should try to be.
Hong Chau. The perfect rise.
Julia Roberts. There is no bullshit. Her confidence in art is our trust. She lets no one down.
Written by people with forward self-reflections.
Sam Esmail. He shook it and rocked it until he reinvented it. Respect.
I was totally absorbed, grew a brain cell or two and became a fan. 14-Dec-2018
My Santa (2013)
High-end poverty, determined women amenable to situating on any daddy lap, crooked trees, miraculous gifts, susceptible children and a twinkie Santa. It's Christmas. 14-Dec-2018
The porn stars are depicted as twelve year olds forever playing. An AIDS crisis bulldozes the industry to maturity but a scapegoat keeps the party going. 13-Dec-2018
The terror arises from a vapid addiction and in the addition of numbers. Madeline Brewer's sensual tease and nervous sense of morality keep it edgy. 13-Dec-2018
Uglier than Chucky and Annabelle and coalesced with contemporary American horror bites. The absurdity compels hilarity. 10-Dec-2018
Michael Jackson: Rich and Acquitted (2016)
A revisit of a triumph turned acrid. His legacy was as King of Horrors and to be represented mostly by white women. Was that Heather Longboobs playing MJ? 05-Dec-2018
God Told Me To (1976)
The commotion was executed to impress Hitchcock, obsessed beliefs create boundaries and we got to be impressed seeing a policeman do his job. 02-Dec-2018
All Eyes On Me (2017)
I don't understand the sanctification. Only reality befits his truth. He was a musician with a thug problem. 29-Nov-2018
Murphy Brown (2018-)
The rush to be politically resounding is precipitating much silliness. 27-Nov-2018
I commend English for not overwhelming it and allowing fond characters to mature. 08-Oct-2018