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A Cinderella Story: Christmas Wish (2019)  Arf

Cindy fends an exploitative Jenner stepmom and abominable Kardashian sisters. The music is cute, the twink prince can break daddy dick and crush virgin vagina and its existence is Christmas cheer. Adorable! 24-Nov-2020

Tags: 2010s, Accidental Watch, Chemistry, Corn, Crapfun, Director's Slice, Drama, Enthusiastic, Funny, Gay Swatch, Hot Swatch, Music Swings, Pretty, Relationships, Sentimental, Wit Crack, Writ w/Possibilities

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24-Nov-2020


Sputnik (2020) Woof

After completing a space mission, an inexplicable disturbance causes two cosmonauts to crash land back to earth. One is faceless and comatose and the other has a symbiotic alien attached to him. A female doctor about to lose her license is coerced into psychoanalyzing the subject who has no memory or idea that an alien host resides within him. Her job is to cause scientific history by safely separating them. The alien arises during deep sleep and survives the length of an hour outside the cosmonaut. The alien is fiercely freaky and a bloodthirsty asshole. The surprises don't queef, the actors command and the whole is a serious Venom. The Russians may serve their drinks cold but their hearts beat warm. 22-Nov-2020

Tags: 2020s, Accidental Watch, Action, Chemistry, Conspiracy Theory, Daddy Squish, Director Movement, Drama, Foreign, Good Idea, Heart Writ, Hot Swatch, Music Swings, Mystery, Relationships, SciFi, Sentimental, Suspense, Sweet, Thriller, Wit Snit, Words Spoke, Writ Tight

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22-Nov-2020


Life Ahead, The (2020) Arf

A noble effort that only fortifies its purpose at end. If they had formulated a way to keep the boy's character rebellious with a seeping heart I would have been better invested. The film makes you work for it. Sophia's legend is tasked with being grouchy, tired and sad, just like the film. 16-Nov-2020

Tags: 2020s, Director Hands Off Approach, Drama, Foreign, Heart Writ, Relationships, Sad, Star Watt, Writ w/Possibilities

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16-Nov-2020


Berserk (1967) Arf

Crotch daddy trapezes, animal obedience and special talent, Friday the 13th kill inspiration and madame Crawford eminence in charge. Welcome to the circus. Keep your eyes on daddy, mommy dearest and animal freaks to entertain the crap out of fun. 14-Nov-2020

Tags: 1960s, Camp, Chemistry, Cold, Crapfun, Crime Drama, Daddy Squish, Drama, Enthusiastic, Funny, Gay Swatch, Horror, Hot Swatch, Magnetism, Over the Top, Relationships, Revenge, Star Watt, Violent, Weird, Words Spoke

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14-Nov-2020


Flower Drum Song (1961) Woof

Married At First Sight/90 Day Fiancee. Chinese immigrants curtail their visa wait by UPSing themselves to San Francisco. A father and his well-bred daughter. The goal is to find the man whose family promised the daughter betrothal. Prospect is a bad boy gangster, with gambling addictions, alcohol overconsumption and love for loose women. Picture bride's contract is traded like a football to the father of a son whose fucking Prospect's side piece. A third woman is gunning for the bachelor of Chinatown and the one that screams wife material the most but she is easily discarded. The lyrics refuse to gell. There are no rhythms or rhymes to make us remember them. The dance sequences fare better except that the bungle edits rendered the hard work flawed. San Francisco is a colored gingerbread house and even though the traditions are a bit sticky it's a pleasant world to live in. 11-Nov-2020

Tags: Cultural, Daddy Squish, Dance, Director's Slice, Drama, Funny, Good Acting, Heart Writ, Musical, Pretty, Relationships, Star Watt, Wit Snit, Words Spoke, Writ Tight

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11-Nov-2020


His House (2020) Woof

Sudanese refugees receive asylum in England to a house that appears too good to be true. The film exposes the culture's frailties and their strengths by unrolling the past during the celebration of the present. Something is wrong with the house, the husband and the wife. I felt the spit from the hate and I was genuinely spooked. The backstory is the magnet that keeps the house scares from falling apart. Some the of visuals meandered, separated from the backbone and made little sense but the writing kept it in check. The director is exploring, Sope Dirisu is grinding and the reach for excellence is pretty close. 03-Nov-2020

Tags: 2020s, Chemistry, Creepy, Cultural, Daddy Squish, Director Movement, Drama, Funny, Good Acting, Good Idea, Heart Writ, History, Horror, Hot Swatch, Life, Music Swings, Mystery, Political, Relationships, Revenge, Scary, Sentimental, Star Watt, Suspense, Tough, Wit Snit, Words Spoke, Writ Tight

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03-Nov-2020


Squid And The Whale, The (2005) Howl

Parents with two boys inject a marital separation into their situations. Jeff Daniels is the bitter dad that can't forgive marital indiscretions and uses the separation to win favors with the boys by turning them against their mother. Jeff slices exasperation, vulgarity, intellectual banality and the boredom of an unloved family man into a soul. Laura Linney is the studied wife who will discuss very intimate things with her children without realizing the added pressure she's pushing on them. She wants to live the liberated life that comes from besting her competition (husband) in his writing career and shoving it in his face whilst searching anywhere else for an orgasm. Linney is at her organic best. Jesse Eisenberg is the teen who is not yet a dork, kinda cute but is still creepy. He's on a sexual plight that has been curbed because of his parents' public history. He is the reason for the title and even though he's a dick, his heart sells it. Owen Kline is chilly as the kid masturbating and smearing his cum all over school, calling his dad "assman," telling mom she's ugly, cursing, laying out panties and becoming an alcoholic. Everyone is so busy competing for the other's love that love never comes. A child wants to make a parent proud as much as they want to best them. Anna Paquin is daddy's student who awakens men's desires by being a pixie and writing explicit stories about her vagina. May the best dad or son win. It's frankness felt liberating, the script was witty and smart, it went by too fast and Billy Baldwin whipped his hair back and forth. 25-Oct-2020

Tags: 2000s, Accidental Watch, Chemistry, Daddy Squish, Director Movement, Drama, Enthusiastic, Funny, Good Acting, Heart Writ, Hot Swatch, Music Swings, Relationships, Star Watt, Tough, Wit Crack, Words Spoke, Writ Tight, Writing Reigns

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25-Oct-2020


Valley Of Decision, The (1945) Howl

Impoverished daughter takes a job working for the owners of the steel mill that controls the town and whom father blames for his employment injury. Money is money, a job is an opportunity. Following Greer Garson bumbling and excelling at her job was cute, funny and "I'm proud of her." When the giant Peck acknowledges her, the passion begins and the charisma rockets. The closer the maid gets to her new family the farther away she gets from hers. I expected the romance to be histrionic but it was pensive and borrowed from real life. Unfortunately, love is constantly interrupted by employment strikes, demands, shutdowns and the threat of violence. Jessica Tandy was delicious as the runner-up who pecks at the competition 'til the bitter end. The surprises were eventful, the director kept pushing it and the conclusion is what it needed. 24-Oct-2020

Tags: 1940s, Accidental Watch, Action, Chemistry, Classic, Daddy Squish, Director Movement, Drama, Elegance, Funny, Good Acting, Hot Swatch, Magnetism, Political, Relationships, Romance, Sentimental, Star Watt, Suspense, Tough, Twisty, Wit Crack, Wit Snit, Words Spoke, Writ Tight

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24-Oct-2020


Nobody Lives Forever (1946) Woof

Gangster serving time in the army is released into a scam that involves sucker punching a widow for her money. The gangsters are divided by type but united by greed. The old timer that you can trust but has run out of gimmicks, the roughneck always by your side until the tide changes, there are tramp gangsters whose limitations and penchant for violence grants them misery, the stud with athletic edges that make the girls swoon is unmatched and most wanted and the moles destruct what the competition makes worthwhile. Garfield is thug sophistication, smarts with an aggressive charm and a daddy with a heart of gold that's going to generate much trouble. It isn't art but its tipping its hat to it. Faye Emerson scratches louder than Geraldine Fitzgerald's screams and "Mr. Gladys Kravitz" was funny. 11-Oct-2020

Tags: 1940s, Action, Action Fun, Camp, Chemistry, Crime Drama, Daddy Squish, Director's Slice, Drama, Funny, Good Acting, Heart Writ, Hot Swatch, Mystery, Relationships, Sentimental, Star Watt, Suspense, Wit Snit, Words Spoke, Writ Tight

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11-Oct-2020


Little Girl That Lives Down The Lane, The (1976) Woof

Girl home alone. Dying dad bestows his daughter home security and life skills that would allow her to survive until adulthood. Alexis Smith plays the ultimate Karen whose landlady suspicions arise at a most inconvenient time and whose spats with Miss Jodie are powerhouse. (The slap was everything.) Martin Sheen was so realistically slimy as a predator that I had to imagine it was his spawn's "Charlie character" from Two & Half Men. When you acquire power from self reliance, self love and luck, only the broken and the animals will be able to understand you. Miss Jodie doesn't quiver, exudes superior knowledge, bitches like an equal and demands the respect of a girl who wants to live in the house that daddy paid for. 04-Oct-2020

Tags: 1970s, Baby Wrecks, Brutal, Creepy, Daddy Squish, Director's Art, Drama, Enthusiastic, Funny, Gay Swatch, Great Acting, Hot Swatch, Music Swings, Political Satire, Rapey, Relationships, Sentimental, Suspense, Touching, Twisty, Violent, Weird, Wit Crack, Wit Snit, Words Spoke, Writ Tight

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04-Oct-2020


Freaks (2020) Woof

It takes you to a place a superhero blockbusters rarely do. It analyzes how a superpower awakening affects everyday chores, emotions and people for better or worst. You can get yourself some cash, gain a lot of respect, kill a few people, cause a ruckus and wonder how it integrates with a personal life. The villains are born from misunderstanding and rejection. The heroes are thrust forward for its mistakes. I wish they had been granted the effects that the story aspired to but the message zapped through. 01-Oct-2020

Tags: 2020s, Accidental Watch, Action, Action Fun, Chemistry, Cultural, Director's Slice, Drama, Fantasy, Foreign, Funny, Hot Swatch, Relationships, SciFi, Sentimental, Suspense, Sweet, Timid Effects, Words Spoke

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01-Oct-2020


Cast A Dark Shadow (1955) Woof

Gigolo with big dick aspirations and doofy looks learns he can coast on rich seniors before the invention of surgery gave them a choice. He was the professional husband that made grandmas' heart's reel with the wet joys of becoming a princess again. When he misconstrues what a will is and adoringly sets his social security plan on fire, accusations, cover-ups, intrigue, psychosis, mystery, double-cross and an entertaining 90 Day Fiancee vibe without the hassles of passports or visas ensues. 01-Oct-2020

Tags: 1950s, Action Fun, Camp, Chemistry, Creepy, Crime Drama, Cultural, Daddy Squish, Director Movement, Drama, Enthusiastic, Funny, Mystery, Relationships, Romance, Star Watt, Suspense, Wit Crack, Wit Snit, Words Spoke, Writ Tight

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01-Oct-2020


Boys In The Band, The (2020) Arf

The original was about mean queens celebrating a birthday whilst eviscerating each other. The remake tones down the queen and ups the hostility and humiliation. This is a most difficult success story to digest. Jim Parsons gobbles it up like it's the last dick he's gonna suck, Charlie Carver gets to squirt but not emote, Matt Bomer exhibited his ass and it was riveting and Zachary Quinto wore an afro sheen wig. It all isn't nicety and rainbows in our community and it elaborates on it without resolving it. The black band member did not walk out when his friend uttered the "n" word towards him and he didn't walk out when he sang it to him a second time. Friends do not call each other that. It would be over. This is where you insert daddy Ryan's skewered politically correct irrationality and award a character some self-respect. It depicts the hellish parts of the gay community that is always shining in the dark and slams your head against the wall with it. 01-Oct-2020

Tags: 2020s, Chemistry, Depressing, Director Movement, Drama, Enthusiastic, Fatigue, Funny, Gay Swatch, Good Acting, Hot Swatch, Life, Mean Spirited, Political, Relationships, Star Watt, Suspense, Tough, Wit Crack, Wit Snit, Words Spoke

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01-Oct-2020


Guess Who's Coming To Dinner (1967) Howl

White liberal tolerance is tested when daughter brings a black man home to marry. Sidney Poitier represented the culture as a man in love with a soul of a different pigmentation that he deserved to engage with. His idea for racial harmony and hopefully acceptance, was to lay the weight and fate of the marriage on white daddy's heart. The script was respectful and contemplative, hitting points from the heart and establishing strong voices for each character. Isabel Sanford hooted as the maid who has lost control of her household and the family she wove herself into. Katherine Hepburn's use of props and legend added quotes to her character, Spencer Tracy's suffering was real, Sidney Poitier had enigmatic charisma with everybody, Dorothy Houghton was a familial delicacy, Beah Richards was luminous and Roy Glenn was growling. It's greatest case isn't about racism but a parent's fear that their child is not choosing the safest life. My favorite speech is Poitier talking to his dad about who owes who. The father who demands payment and racial solidarity for the sacrifices of rearing him or the son who wants release for a choice he didn't make? The father may limit himself by being all about black but the son just wants to be a man. 26-Sep-2020

Tags: 1960s, Chemistry, Classic, Cultural, Daddy Squish, Director's Art, Drama, Elegance, Enthusiastic, Funny, Great Acting, Heart Writ, Hot Swatch, Music Swings, Political Satire, Relationships, Romance, Star Watt, Sweet, Touching, Wit Snit, Words Spoke, Writ Tight

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26-Sep-2020


Wolves At The Door (2016) Whimper

The desecration of humanity is unforgiving. In order to conceptualize fact based savagery onto film you have to be a little nuts. The film goes where Tarantino's wouldn't and exploits it. It doesn't feel like the 60s, the ladies never heard of the 60s, the boys are drunks, stoners and stoopids and the killers remained shadowed like Halloween supervillains. Giving an evil character personality does not grant them humanity. It gives us a clue who to run away from. Make it up and make it real. I was a fan of Sharon Tate and I felt her tragedy. When I read "that" book, I experienced haunts and nightmares, forever. How could people be so inhumane? If the writer brings up the question, he and the director need to answer it. If you're going to make it, let your balls hang real low so the audience can cut them. The crew has regular mental health issues but no psychosis or artistry. It's Lifetime violence with '40s flair. The opener sizzled only because nobody makes Miss Jane look stoopid. 19-Sep-2020

Tags: 2010s, Art Devoid, By the Numbers, Cold, Director Slouch, Drama, False Action, Fatigue, Horror, Relationships, Scare Obvious, Silly, Tacky, Timid

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19-Sep-2020




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