Cinephile-turned-just some guy who watches movies.
Widely considered to be the “Best Worst Movie” ever made, Troll 2 contains a brief instance that ranks among the greatest moments in film history: whenever George Hardy throws his son on the bed and starts angrily unbuckling his pants and every single person watching the movie thinks for a brief second “Is this man about to piss on his own son?!”
Donal Logue turns in the best performance of 2021 in a single scene. I was cracking tf up.
This is a movie made to be watched with your friends, and if you do, you will have an absolute blast.
2021 has been the year of trashy video game adaptations that my gamer friends hate, and I blissfully enjoy because I’m too bad at video games to play them.
Busting. What can I say?
…feels good, man.
Ghostbusters is a funny movie. It’s never been anything more to me than that. And that’s fine. The world needs funny movies. But it’s not a foundational text to me like it is with a certain portion of film fans. So when this one came around and was marketed as more of a rural small-town coming of age thing with a heart, I was down dude. Weird for a Ghostbusters movie to try and elicit…
Aight. I'm drawing a line in the sand.
As a society we can either:
-continue to lie to ourselves and say this movie is "bad", or whatever...or
-we can all finally come to our senses and admit the undeniable truth that Tim Burton's late-in-the-game masterpiece is one of the most aesthetically beautiful movies to be released this century